I am looking for someone to repair a hole on my internal gutters. Wondering if someone can provide a free quote on how much it needs to be repaired.
I've attached the photos of where the damage is located and how high the property is.
I live in a tight shared drive way. Tradesman will need to park on our on property drive way not on the shared driveway as neighbours get angry if someone is obstructing the drive
1) install proper cladding on former conservatory, which had been converted into a bedroom
The conservatory of the upper unit has been converted into a bedroom in the past.
JIB-board lining has been fixed on the inside, however the outside is still the glass cladding of the conservatory, so the room is not part of the building envelope.
The room’s size is 3600x3600mm with a stud height of 2600mm
and has a small adjacent deck/balcony of 3600x1200mm
- Scaffold required, to work on second floor
- removal of all former conservatory glass (to be re-used by owner)
- removal of existing internal lining
- new building paper / membrane
- new weatherboard cladding, R2.2 insulation and internal lining (13mm plaster board) of southern wall, no windows in this wall
- new weatherboard cladding, R2.2 insulation and internal lining (13mm plaster board) of western wall, with window opening of about 1800wide x 1100high
- new weatherboard cladding, R2.2 insulation and internal lining (13mm plaster board) of eastern wall, with french door to balcony and windows to left and right of french doors
(very similar to existing windows & door)
New windows and french door will be supplied by window company and may need to be installed as part of this job.
- removal of ceiling lining, installation of R2.9 insulation, installation of new ceiling lining
- removal of existing carpet (possibly to be reused afterwards)
- leveling of the floor, which has a slope from formerly being a deck
- reinstallation of existing carpet
- removing wall/step at room’s entrance door, which is still there from times of being a deck,
so that internal floors are one surface
- new wooden balustrade on small deck/balcony at standard height,
similar to railing on large balcony (existing balustrade is too low)
2) rust removal and re-paint of existing window flashings and minor cladding repair on northern and eastern walls of the house
3) install wooden balustrade on upper retaining wall,
similar to and continuing the existing deck’s balustrade