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Green Building Bible, Fourth Edition
Green Building Bible, fourth edition (both books)
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    I have a Victorian mid terrace with essentially wasted space down the side of the rear. We were thinking of either extending the kitchen outwards by a metre which would mean:

    Walls knocking through
    kitchen refurb
    Extension build up
    New roof etc etc

    Given the little additional benefit this would bring us we were thinking of a small 'lean to' accessed from the door coming off the middle room, it would only be to store washing machine, tumble dryer, clothes to dry.

    We'd like to have as much light as possible as this area lights up the kitchen and middle room at the moment.

    Thoughts on build up?
    I assume you are talking about filling in the 'gap' next to a current offshot kitchen. Whatever you do, plan for potentially having a lot less light in the rear room of the 'main house'. Can you post a picture?
    Yes that is about right, I'll try and get a picture later. what is the best way of uploading photos on here? I always struggle with sizing issues etc.
    • CommentAuthortony
    • CommentTimeDec 27th 2019
    Resize pics to small, or post link to Dropbox, flikr etc
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