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Making good end of extension

Discussion in 'Building' started by Vicario, 23 Aug 2020.

  1. Vicario

    Vicario

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    A few years ago my neighbour had an extension built at the side of my property. When the builder came to finishing off he couldn't access the far corner because I had an old shed there that was very large and well fixed into the ground. We agreed that, as I was going to replace it soon, he would come back when it was demolished. I got rid of the shed but my neighbour didn't bother to contact the builder so eventually I put a storage unit there to cover the corner and forgot about it. Now I'm about to put a more permanent structure there and would like to finish off that corner (new owners of the extension who didn't know all this are asking if this could be done before I erect my new shed). Is this a job for a professional or shall I just offer to fill and render it myself. Not too bothered about the pebble-dash etc. as it will be hidden. How should I proceed with the job?
     

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    Easy DIY job to be honest, but not for you if it's not your property. Your neighbour should do it, or pay someone to do it.
     
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