|Topic:||Re:Re:Re:Period House Building Materials|
|Posted by:||Stuart Kerr|
Sounds like the OP is “renovating” her Edwardian house by stripping out all that's Edwardian..
Anyway, I doubt there's value in the floorboards which would have been up and down so many times over the past century (plumbing/wiring/central heating) that in my experience they're usually beyond useful life and end up on the skip. Especially since so many homes today are taking the solid/engineered oak route. Same for staircase and skirtings.
As for the fireplaces they might have a small value (especially if they come with original tiles) . Try the fireplace shop on The Avenue (opposite end of Speldhurst Road). They sell for hundreds of pounds – but sellers don't get anywhere near that amount because of the genuine “renovation” work needed to give them new life..
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Period House Building Materials||18/07/15 23:26:00||Stella Freya|
|Re:Period House Building Materials||19/07/15 07:48:00||Rima Jones|
|Re:Re:Period House Building Materials||19/07/15 08:41:00||Loraine Pemberton|
|Re:Re:Re:Period House Building Materials||19/07/15 10:17:00||Karen Foster|
|Re:Period House Building Materials||19/07/15 08:41:00||Karen Foster|
|Re:Re:Period House Building Materials||19/07/15 09:12:00||Rima Jones|
|Re:Re:Period House Building Materials||19/07/15 09:13:00||Margot Crowther|
|Re:Re:Re:Period House Building Materials||19/07/15 10:36:00||Stuart Kerr|
|Re:Period House Building Materials||21/07/15 08:42:00||Jane Davison|
|Re:Re:Period House Building Materials||21/07/15 09:24:00||Andy Pease|