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Change of Layout, Shankill

This was our second job for the clients in the Shankill. We had previously built a porch.

This time they needed a new layout. The clients home is a 3 bed semi-d house with the bathroom downstairs. With 3 kids, the layout of the house was not suiting their needs so we designed a new layout to make the house work for them . We converted the upstairs in to 3 bedrooms and a bathroom. We put in a new storage tank, insulated all the external walls and reskimmed the whole upstairs. This job took under 3 weeks to complete. Scroll down to see photos of work in progress.

Shankill, Dublin 18
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