Build Diary: Guardian Home Extension – Week Six
Build Diary: Guardian Home ExtensionWeek six in the diary of a Guardian Home Extension build in Dublin.
Let’s hear from the homeowner
It’s safe to safe that we are elated with how this build has gone. It seems surreal that only a few months ago we bought this house, and now we have completely transformed it with a Guardian Home Extension.
At the start of this project, family and friend were dubious that we could get this much done in such a short space of time. Even we were a little unsure as to whether it was feasible, especially with a baby on the way. But… the build is completed, we’re in, and we absolutely love it.
Build week six
- Inside decor completed.
- Retaining wall built and rendered.
- Patio laid.
Day one of the final week saw the outside space become what can be described as organised chaos. By the end of the day however, the lawn retaining wall was raised up and ready for rendering.
With the retaining wall rendered and dry, it was back filled with soil to raise the lawn level slightly. Meanwhile, on the other side of the wall, the patio slabs went down, instantly defining the space and making the area appear bigger.
With the external patio down and clear, there was little worry about builders walking dirt through the house. Safe in the knowledge that it wouldn’t be damaged, by the end of day five the internal flooring was in place and the Guardian Home Extension build was completed.
A completed Guardian Home Extension in just six weeks
With Sara and Stephen kindly opening their home to us and allowing us to follow their Guardian Home Extension build, we hope we have been able to provide you with an in depth view of how quick an extension build can be.
Following this build highlights that you can go from bare grass, to having a rendered and tiled Guardian Home Extension with just four weeks on site build time. In just six weeks, Sara and Stephen have extended their usable living space, and completely transformed their home.