Wet room extension to side of 4 bed detached house - Extensions job in Norwich, Norfolk

  • Location
    Norwich
  • Trade
    Extensions
  • Posted
    2995 days ago by retep
  • Hired

Job description

A single storey extension to the house measuring 3500mm x 2400mm. The roof will be sloping and tiled. It will have one window. A waste pipe from the upstairs bathroom will run down through the roof and down the side of one wall. An existing waste water pipe runs underneath the extension to the front of the property.
An opening for a doorway into a down stairs bedroom would be requoired.

At this stage I want an idea of the cost of this extension so that I can the procede further or not. Please assume the extension is unfinhished ie not tiled, no toilet, shower etc etc etc

* The following information was added Tuesday, 9th June, 2009 :
The extensionj is brick built.

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Feedback for A,N,JOLLY

Tony and his team have done a fantastic job. It was not made easy by the awful weather we have just had but I cannot commend them enough for how they have gone about the job and the work that has gone into it.
The project was also completed to Tony’s original estimate, a lot of unforseen additional work had to be done as a result of building control etc, this was reflected in the final price.

Whilst on paper the wet room looked very feasible it was only after Tony had used all of his talents and experience that he had gained over many years that the project came to life and produced an impeccable result.
He used all of his project management skills, passion and craftsmanship to produce a result that was better than could ever have been planned for.
To any one with any doubts at all about hiring a builder then rest assured Tony and his lads can be well trusted to get on and get the job done in the way they have described.
There are many stories about rogue builders .. THIS THEY ARE CERTAINLY NOT !

As a final recommendation, details and photographs of the construction and finish of the job were presented as an example of a disability project in Norfolk to HRH Princess Royal when she recently visited Wymondham. She showed great interest in the construction and complexities of the work that Tony had carried out and was very impressed by the overhaul workmanship.