After 28 years in the building industry, we are a specialist building company in space creation. From rear extensions, loft conversions, chimneys, and steel fitting. We have a one-stop-shop with a wealth of experience. We pride ourselves on doing great work for our clients. We have completed over 760 successful projects and our clients are delighted with the outcome.
Load bearing walls are the external walls and the wall that the floors and roof are loaded down onto.it can also be the wall if removed it would affect the upper floors and spand of the floor joists.
Yes it is for the work on the quote. they can be ajustment to the quote if un for seen areas for example. digging foundations into clay and the building control states we need to dig another 50cm that my cost more in skips and labour. if this si the case it should be writen on the quote.
Yes. if the upper wall and chimney breast is supported with a steel beam or gallows breakets. with building control agreement.
No. the timber floor is flexable. it will be bouncing under the chimney breast and will cause some movement.
No. it is a permitted developemnt. but you need to inform building control and do a party wall agreement.