Cellar conversion. 

On 15/05/2015 by Mark Bulgin

We have turned a damp and dark cellar into habitable living space, creating a warm and dry living area.
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We have underpinned the walls so the floor can be lowered to increase the height of the new room.

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The old floor has been removed and dug out, you can now see the underpinning sections supporting the cellar walls.

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The new Concrete floor has been pored with reinforcing mesh, damp proof membrane and insulation.
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New step built to extend stairs down to meet new lower floor.

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The walls have had a cement render with an anti salts adative and 2 coats of tanking compound to keep them dry and damp free. 


Insulated stud walls are being erected all round the room. 



All walls and the ceiling have been insulated and plasterboarded, 1st fix electrics are in. Ready for skim coat plastering. 




The room has now been plastered, skirting boards, fire door and 2nd fix electrics installed. 

        

The finished room decorated and carpeted by the customer. 

  

The outside light well/fire escape window finished.
  

  

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