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Posted: 22 May 2004,23:55 QUOTE

i am going to under take an extension to the rear of my own house l8r in the year when the work goes a little slacker maybe nov/dec, although i can build walls etc.. i dont class my self as a builder but my partner and i feel we can do it & save quite a bit of money doing it ourselves (been quoted 20k) i know lots of plumbers,sparkies and window fitters to call on, but onto my question do u know of any sites like yours but more extension/conservatory based??? that i can go to and read up on procedures etc... thx tony
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Posted: 23 May 2004,15:24 QUOTE

As far as I know, there's no site that goes into the same amount of detail as I do, but then, not everyone is as bloody obsessed as I am, and they don't have the time to do it. However, there is a damned good Self-Builder's site that links to tons of useful info, and is jam packed full of folks that've done it themselves and are always willing to pass on their advice....

http://www.homebuilding.co.uk/

...it takes about 4 hours for the site to load, but it is worth it...eventually!

And there's also Brian Orpin's Self-Build FAQ repository, which is an invaluable reference....

http://www.borpin.co.uk/sbfaq/faq51_t.htm

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Posted: 24 May 2004,20:26 QUOTE

many thx tony i knew u could help :)
i do however start a an advanced builders course in a few months so hopefully that will help
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Posted: 24 May 2004,23:34 QUOTE

Is the Advanced Building Course just for interest or are you hoping to expand your range of services, Suki?
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