Breeze block interior walls?
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rappo
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Breeze block interior walls?

by rappo » Mon Jun 09, 2008 9:13 am

Hi all,

Don't know if this topic belongs in here but here goes, I have an internal utility room in my kitchen which I want to remove to open up the full capacity of the kitchen. Trouble is I have punched through both plaster borad walls to find out what is behind and it is breeze block.

Bearing in mind the rest of the house internal walls are wood stud and plaster board I was wondering why this room is different? I have checked and it does not appear to be load bearing but I don't know HELP!!! :roll:

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by htg engineer » Mon Jun 09, 2008 8:00 pm

'it does not appear to be load bearing but I don't know HELP!!!'

Without seeing - we don't know either, not worth the risk get someone out that can offer advice.

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