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Project CategorySorted By Project Category In Ascending OrderProject DescriptionProject AreaSq FtSq MSq YdTotal Cost €Inc. MaterialsCounty
<Other>Commercial Office Building2.0YesYesNo0.0YesCo. Dublin
<Other>Knock non-load-bearing wall. Remove fireplace and plaster, 4 sockets fit, move light switches and full clean of room35.0YesNoNo1,100.0YesCo. Dublin
<Other>Build a pump house for outside water pump40.0YesNoNo500.0YesCo. Cork
<Other>Knocking down an internal support wall between two rooms new cielings to be applied and plastered0.0NoNoNo3,100.0YesCo. Dublin
Architecturalnew build2.5YesNoNo300.0YesCo. Louth
ArchitecturalNew Build - Planning, Design and Project Management3,000.0YesNoNo22,500.0NoCo. Meath
Architecturaldormer bungalow500.0YesNoNo50,000.0NoCo. Wexford
ArchitecturalKitchen / Family extension630.0YesNoNo15,775.0YesCo. Dublin
Building - ExtensionKitchen extension. 1 storey with sloped tiled roof to back of property. Included all fit out340.0YesNoNo57,000.0YesCo. Dublin
Building - ExtensionRear 2 storey ext downstairs kitchen/util/toilet upstairs 2 bedrooms.640.0YesNoNo105,600.0YesCo. Wicklow
Building - ExtensionSunroom200.0YesNoNo50,000.0YesCo. Dublin
Building - ExtensionBuild a Porch on to the Front Entrance of House. Dig foundations, build red brick walls and fit 1 door and 1 window. Angled roof.4.9NoYesNo14,500.0NoCo. Wicklow
Building - ExtensionExtending current kitchen/dining area of a semi-detached by 8 ft. Single story with sloped, tiled roof with two velux windows, a window into the kitchen section and french doors to the garden from the dining section. We would also like costings for plastering, plumbing and wiring involved in fitting a new kitchen/lighting etc. 179.0YesNoNo35,000.0YesCo. Meath
Building - ExtensionKitchen extension including a utility room, dining area & sunroom. It would require the removal of an existing Load Bearing wall an an RSJ fitted to support the roof. I would require a new Condenser Burner unit fitted into the Utility Room and all the necessary plumbing. I would also require a solid fuel burner fitted in the Sunroom and plumbed into the heating system. Ground works and full fit out400.0YesNoNo60,000.0YesCo. Louth
Building - ExtensionExtension to the side of the house with two small bedrooms & access area . 18.0NoYesNo29,000.0YesCo. Cork
Building - Extensiongranny flat with kitchen extension and utility30.0NoYesNo56,000.0NoCo. Dublin
Building - Extensionknocking down existing garage to the side of the house. Rebuild it + build a bedroom above it + permanent stairs leading to the attic. No flat roof.124.0YesNoNo40,000.0YesCo. Dublin
Building - ExtensionRemove plasterboard wall between dining room and kitchen. Extend dining room out to be in line with a previous kitchen extension and fit new kitchen0.0NoNoNo0.0NoCo. Dublin
Building - ExtensionBuild single extension to back and rear of a typical 1950's house plus renavotion of existing house.350.0YesNoNo140,000.0YesCo. Dublin
Building - Extensionground floor and 1st floor60.0NoYesNo50,000.0YesCo. Cork
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The above section has been designed to provide property owners who are thinking of undertaking home improvement project with feedback from other property owners on the costs of their projects. It contains real data as entered by other property owners on estimates, quotations (quotes) received from a range of trade professionals - from architects, builders, building contractors, carpenters, electricians, handymen, home improvement, kitchen fitters, landscapers, plumbers, tradesmen and more -nationwide.

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