Exterior door bricked up?

Is this an easy job or expensive job? We have a 1950s brick house that has a wooden framed door that needs to be filled preferably?

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Zeffco ltd
4 Reviews, 100% Positive
No one days work for two men and small amounts of material
6th Mar 2021
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HyTech Maintenance
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Hi, I have personally done a few of these kind of jobs, the job itself doesn’t take much time but is always worth getting done professionally
9th Mar 2021
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ProBuilder
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It’s a two day job. Price with insulation and plastered etc would be around £750 - £900 + vat.
9th Mar 2021
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It's a strait forward job. The price would depend on labour and materials.
7th Apr 2021
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brick and blockwork solutions
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Hi if materials are dated it may be difficult to find an asthetically pleasing alternative. It isnt a difficult job to brick up the hole left when door is removed it is however difficult to match to exsisting materials
12th Apr 2021
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Luke Trembath
2 Reviews, 50% Positive
Yes, should be straight forward to do, to be honest. Do you know the hight and width?
10th Aug 2021
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AJKCONSTRUCTION
5 Reviews, 100% Positive
Not a big job and fairly priced.. reclaimed bricks around 35p each to match the house wall ties £10 20 blocks £30 labour around £250
16th Sep 2021
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