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Extension possible to an airey house?
What's the possibility of a single-storey extension to an Airey House? Because of the non-standard construction, are there any restrictions/problems?
It has already had a single-storey, breeze-block, double-length garage built in 2002.
The house has been rebuilt and certified.
1 Answer from a MyBuilder Extension Builder
If the property has been rebuilt then there is no reason why you can't extend.
The only problems you may come across is the junction between old and new and exposing the foundations of the existing structure which may need localised underpinning.
Answered 23rd Nov 2015
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