Things begin to take shape

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Well, progress might best be described as “steady” rather than sensational, but it has been raining, and the council inspectors’ lack of instant availability doesn’t help that much. However, we’ve got a lot of the brick and blockwork in place. Doesn’t it look nice? They’re going to have to leave the big gap to get the rubble out when they knock down the current kitchen wall, as the extension doesn’t have a door. With it all happening, suddenly things like getting the lighting sorted take on an additional urgency.

Kitchen Extension series: Part 1
Kitchen Extension series: Part 2
Kitchen Extension series: Part 3
Kitchen Extension series: Part 4
Kitchen Extension series: Part 5
Kitchen Extension series: Part 6
Kitchen Extension series: Part 7

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  2. would you kindly advise which bricks you used please, we have a bryant home and i cannot souce which the golden ones are and wher to buy , I only need 10 for a box in of a new boiler outlet

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  3. They won’t be identical from development to development. But any good builders’ merchant should be able to match them reasonably closely if you take a sample.

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