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    gable wall removal in bungalow

    So either way (trussed roof or rafters) it's do-able ? ie not cost prohibitive even in the worst case scenario .. ? Thanks for all your help
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    gable wall removal in bungalow

    Pretty certain its a trussed roof (W shape), only 6ft at ridge - cant get pics as not bought yet ! From what you're saying it seems like quite the costly project even if it were possible to remove the stubs ?
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    gable wall removal in bungalow

    they extended through the rear of the bungalow which was a gable end. they left the gable in place and just opened the back of the ground floor, originally with a flat roof then later they put a pitched roof on it. on this floorplan i have written "gable" where the back of the bungalow was -...
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    gable wall removal in bungalow

    Hi there everyone, I'm dithering over buying a little 2 bed seaside bungalow which has had a rear extension which basically meant removing the rear windows and doors to give the openings to access the extension which is right across the back of the bungalow. So, I had a look in the loft and...
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    Exterior wall tiles - what is underneath ?

    But no issues with mortgage companies then? I'm more concerned with the apparent lack of thickness on the upper walls as apart from anything else I'm thinking it'll be cold. Guess its common practice though as it appears to be very common place. Would just be nice to know if they're nailed to...
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    Exterior wall tiles - what is underneath ?

    Hi all - in the process of purchasing a house built in the 1980's - the top half of which is covered with clay (?) tiles. My question is what is under it?! Looking at the window recesses it would seem there is not much more than 6 inches of thickness between the inside wall and where the tile...
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