We loved our house from the first time we went through, but it really didn't have enough living space. We have worked on improving the layout of the home and increasing the living area of the home to create a modern and more pleasant layout to the home. We are really proud of how the job has turned out and we wanted to share some of the details of how the extension and layout changes where designed and constructed. This blog has some of the photos of our extension as well as tips that we have learnt along the journey,.
'Knock down' is a recently-coined term that refers to self-build plots where a new property will be built on the site of an existing one. Although it often makes sense to replace an old, tumble-down house with a brand new eco-home, there are some potentially-overlooked financial implications that you should take into consideration before you instruct your contractors to start the demolition work. Read on for some helpful information.
When considering building on a 'knock down' plot, there are many financial implications to be considered:
When considering building your dream home on a 'knock down' site, there are number of financial implications you'll need to be aware of, before you being your project. For more information and advice, have a chat with your construction and demolition contractor.Share
8 August 2016