220 B Knysna St

Knysna St

Jan Kempdorp

8566

Northern Cape

South Africa

36 Chrome str

Chrome str

De Deur

1884

Gauteng

South Africa

8 Shelley St

Shelley St

Kraaifontein

7569

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.84487

18.71309

43 Mollie Rd

Mollie Rd

Roodepoort

1739

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.17268

27.9512

building additions, alteration...

29 Willow Cres

Willow Cres

Pinetown

3600

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.8238096

30.8735237

10 McArthur St

McArthur St

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.862427

31.015543

building additions, alteration...

13882 Ext 5

Tokoza

1426

Gauteng

South Africa

building additions, alteration...

39 Repulse Rd

Repulse Rd

7770

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.978552

18.517962

21 Bassian St

Bassian St

Kemptonpark

1618

Gauteng

South Africa

23 5th St

5th St

Pretoria

0002

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.741579

28.175753

27 Suurklapper St

Suurklapper St

Brakpan

1543

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.24748

28.32196

K256

Randburg

2069

Gauteng

South Africa

332 Palmiet Rd

Palmiet Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.819109

30.963256

building additions, alteration...

39 East Way

East Way

Pinelands

7405

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.93626

18.49637

building additions, alteration...

183 4th Av

Salvokop

4th Av

Pretoria

0002

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.762246

28.185785

building additions, alteration...

11 Ravenswood rd

Ravenswood rd

Boksburg

2001

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.206763

28.048692

building additions, alteration...

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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