rewiring a bunaglow

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rewiring a bunaglow

Post by pammyb » Mon Feb 12, 2007 5:49 pm

I am looking at a 3 bed bunaglow which needs completly re wiring as it is 50 years old . The bunaglow is in Derby and I was wondering roughly what it might cost me. Does the house have to be re plastered afterwards.
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Post by sparkydude » Mon Feb 12, 2007 6:36 pm

Hello, As a rough idea , with basic amount of wiring accessories, about £1000-£1500 . Bungalows are normally easier to rewire than houses due to the lack of floorboards. You should not need to re-plaster the house but it will depend on the age of the building and how tough the plaster is. Probably have to get a plasterer in to fill the chases in the plaster up though.I am from burton so if you want someone to look over it for you , PM me.

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Post by markysparky » Tue Feb 13, 2007 1:55 am

It would be at least £1800 for me.

If the house was occupied I would allow a bit more still as it would take even longer
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