Many clients often approach us about how they can add light and space to their existing home. One of the best ways to do it is by removing an internal wall, adding a window or a Bi-fold door.
Changing the internal ‘flow’ of a property can be an excellent way to transform its appeal without spending a fortune. Knocking down a wall is potentially a great way to create a feeling of light and space sweeping away cramped, dark and dull rooms.
A lot can go wrong and we have seen first hand people discover this the hard way when attempting DIY jobs. External and internal walls are often structural load bearing walls which carry the whole weight of your home. Interfering with this incorrectly can put the health and safety of your family at risk.
For quality renovations and hassle free wall removals use a licensed builder!
Taking out a wall separating two rooms like a kitchen and an adjoining dining room can dramatically improve the layout at minimal expense compared to the cost of building a new extension.
But inevitably, walls don't only divide rooms and spaces; they can also serve a structural purpose. For a start, internal walls can play an important role in holding buildings together, so in some cases, ripping them out can be structurally unwise.
It may sound obvious but it's important that any building work is carried out by a competent builder. Trying to cut corners when it comes to building expertise will only cost you more in the long-run and could make work unsafe or illegal.
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