15470Re: [CF] a car in every garage
- Dec 5, 2005David Hansen <davidh@...> wrote: On 5 Dec 2005 at 8:31, SHYRLEY WILLIAMS wrote:
> In Janruary we move to a house we've just bought. NoSuch houses tend to have ground floor rooms that make a good garage.
> garage. No rear access (its terraced), tiny garden.
> Once again the bikes will have to be wheeled through
> the house every day, bike gear will have to go
Either the front room or the rear room if this has not been made into
one room. The kitchen and rear room can make a living area, with the
front room as a garage.
>>>>>>>>Normally yes, but we'll turn the living room into a bedroom for the spastic one and the rest of us will live, homeschool, eat and watch TV in the dining room.Looking into ceilinng hoist thingies for the bikes.
> its also environmentally friendly. It'll takeCavity wall and loft insulation make a worthwhile difference to heating
> less heating, especially as its terraced.
bills in old houses. There is often a grant for the work.
>>>>>Yeah, we're getting a Warm Front Grant because of the disabled one. She does come in handy :-)Shyrley
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