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Cracks in Walls

Cracks in Walls

Wall Cracks should I be worried? You have just noticed that there is a crack in one or more walls of your home and don't know what to do about the problem. To start with don't panic... cracks in walls are very common and may fall into one of two categories. Live...

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Loft Conversions

Loft Conversions

A loft conversion adds value to a property It doesn't have to be a bedroom either! Much cheaper than moving home, as long as you don't mind a little disruption for a few weeks, a loft conversion can add living space to almost any home. Whilst most people will add...

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Planning Permission

Planning Permission

Planning Permission There is a great deal of mystery around planning permission, however it is fairly simple to understand the basics. Firstly, there are two types of planning permission which relate to building a new home. These are outline and full planning...

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