5 Koedoe St

Koedoe St

Durbanville

7550

Wes Kaap

South Africa

-33.814969

18.646259

3 Nyala Pl

Nyala Pl

Waterfall

3655

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.726317

30.838901

14 Malone Rd

11 Rossmead Office Park

Malone Rd

Pinetown

3610

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.804414

30.845415

Mark St

Blackhorse Cntr

Mark St

Stellenbosch

7600

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.960705

18.572929

5 Waboom Av

Waboom Av

Prince Alfred Hamlet

6931

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.328325

19.314944

89 High St

Office 4 High Tech Mall

High St

Cofimvaba

5380

Eastern Cape

South Africa

-32.003075

27.581678

18 Roebel Street

Roebel Street

Vredenburg

7380

Western Cape

South Africa

-32.92348

17.98915

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building contractors

Premium

building contractors

102 Market Street

Market Street

Pietersburg

0700

Limpopo

South Africa

-23.90173

29.45019

782 Old Main Rd

Old Main Rd

Firgrove

7110

Western Cape

South Africa

-34.055017

18.789024

2 Whyte St

Suite 3 1st Flr Block A

Whyte St

Newcastle

2940

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-27.7669437

29.9425821

81 Hans Van Rensburg St

Suite 202 Gables Bldg

Hans Van Rensburg St

Polokwane

0700

Limpopo

South Africa

-23.90504

29.45334

18 Sutter Rd

Sutter Rd

Bela Bela

0481

Limpopo

South Africa

-24.88632

28.29549

99 Jip de Jager Dve

Ground Flr Barinor Vineyards S The Vineyards Office Estate

Jip de Jager Dve

Bellville

7535

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.8560238

18.626033

61F Bert Booysen St

Docex 7

Bert Booysen St

Tzaneen

0850

Limpopo

South Africa

-23.8264257

30.1570419

67 Brink St

North Block 28

Brink St

Rustenburg

0300

North West

South Africa

-25.68063

27.23422

22 Dorothy Nyembe St

Suite 502 5th Flr The Marine Building

Dorothy Nyembe St

Durban

4000

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.860602

31.025781

92 Reitz St

Reitz St

Somerset West

7129

Western Cape

South Africa

-34.080577

18.84263

4461 Ext 2

Orange Farm

1841

Gauteng

South Africa

Building Alterations

Building alterations normally change the form, features, and character of a property. Before any major building alterations are done one needs to submit plans that are in accordance with the new regulation in the country. It is also a good idea to consult with your neighbours so as to minimise any future objection that might take place.
 
The first thing one needs to do is to find a professional to draw up the plans. This is especially true when the work involves the excavation of land, electricity supply, or plumbing. These professionals would also advise you on what the requirements are from your local authority. Generally, a copy of the zoning certificate, a completed application form, and the title deeds should accompany the building plans being submitted for approval.
 
Most builders quote a price that includes plumbing and electrical work. However, one should also employ an independent assessor to inspect that the correct mixture of cement and other ingredients are used. These professionals can also alert you if other sub-standard materials are being used, like piping and electrical wiring.
 
One of the most overlooked aspects of building alterations is the drainage system and the roof. Spending the extra money to fit the best possible roof would be a wiser choice, since this alteration is generally the most expensive one to repair or replace later on.
 
One must also inform their insurance company of any extensions to the home, especially if you have extended the number of geysers in the house.
 
For more information about building alterations, visit the Yellow Pages website.

Building Alterations

Building alterations normally change the form, features, and character of a property. Before any major building alterations are done one needs to submit plans that are in accordance with the new regulation in the country. It is also a good idea to consult with your neighbours so as to minimise any future objection that might take place.
 
The first thing one needs to do is to find a professional to draw up the plans. This is especially true when the work involves the excavation of land, electricity supply, or plumbing. These professionals would also advise you on what the requirements are from your local authority. Generally, a copy of the zoning certificate, a completed application form, and the title deeds should accompany the building plans being submitted for approval.
 
Most builders quote a price that includes plumbing and electrical work. However, one should also employ an independent assessor to inspect that the correct mixture of cement and other ingredients are used. These professionals can also alert you if other sub-standard materials are being used, like piping and electrical wiring.
 
One of the most overlooked aspects of building alterations is the drainage system and the roof. Spending the extra money to fit the best possible roof would be a wiser choice, since this alteration is generally the most expensive one to repair or replace later on.
 
One must also inform their insurance company of any extensions to the home, especially if you have extended the number of geysers in the house.
 
For more information about building alterations, visit the Yellow Pages website.

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