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If it's not structural all it takes is a hammer and tools. It's best if you know the history of your house. Mine is 1960s however in the 80s all the house was gutted pretty much and it was extended. Cladding was installed and a new roof. Is there a neighbour near by that can help you? I honestly wouldn't have bought our home if it was completely fibro
We have a solid cement brick home, post war era. My partner (a builder) used a big concrete saw to cut either side of where we wanted to open up the wall (both sides). Put down some tarps and yellow tongue for the bricks to fall on so they don’t damage your flooring. We also put LVL’s up in the ceiling for support before we cut & removed the walls.
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