Single story extension to a kitchen in a fairly recent timber framed
house. Size about 15x12ft. Side walls brick - end wall opening (hinged)
glass full size doors. Sloping roof tiled to match. Lights installed, but
other wise just to decorator's finish. No plumbing or kitchen units. Good
access to site.
Very rough idea of price?
*Snowmen fall from Heaven unassembled*
Dave Plowman firstname.lastname@example.org London SW
On Friday, March 8, 2013 10:30:01 AM UTC, Andy Champ wrote:
Yes, but for a normal domestic building, the perimeter to area ratio
doesn't vary *that* much - certainly much less than the variation in
the cost of materials and finishes - so it all gets lost in the noise.
Exactly. And on a smallish extension the builder could spend a week of
his time and a thousand on the bill coming up with a better figure that
was 900 pounds less.. on a job that might be less than a month, 3 days
bad weather can cost him 5000 quid..
In the end they quote a guesstimate. Sometimes they make good money,
sometimes they barely get a living wage.
(in-ep-toc’-ra-cy) – a system of government where the least capable to
From a very recent extension I worked on, kitchen and living room
extended, approx 4m x 8, open apex roof inside, velux windows, numerous
BIG steels put in, chimney taken down etc. i.e., not a basic extension,
£30k here in Leicester.
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