Taking out a wall

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Trying to work out the best way to do your new kitchen, and still got a wall between it and a sitting room?

Get it out! Seriously. If you can live with the mess and have the budget to do a building project (and it’s not that much more work anyway if you’re going to rip out your kitchen), get a decent builder in with a couple of hefty steel joists and open up your living space.

It’ll improve the light, improve the family feel of the house, give you masses more options in designing and choosing a new kitchen and you’ll love it from the second it’s finished.

If you’re wondering if this would work in your house, give me a call and I’ll put you in touch with my favourite builder.

These guys are fantastic. They do a really good job, they’re not expensive and they’ll do all the prep work as well ready for your new kitchen to go in.

 

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On November 19, 2014
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One Response to Taking out a wall

  1. Suze says:

    ‘Something there is that doesn’t love a wall, that wants it down!’

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