Do you live in a System Built or BISF House? - Share your thoughts memories with the community!
I think your house is lush, it looks amazing already and you haven't even finished yet 🙂
How on earth do you keep it so clean, i can only guess what the dust must have been like with all the workers in there.
I am amazed at how big it all looks and i really like the way you have split up the kitchen and made it open plan. It was such a good idea to take away some of the hallway too. i hardly ever use mine.
Those kitchen units look new lol are you having white ones again?
I love white everything but i am a bit of a bleach queen lol
Thank you for sharing your photos they are brilliant and I'd love to see some of the old ones.
I think mark is right, this should be on your own page.
Well done I luurve it 🙂
Great website, I wish this site was around when I purchased my house!!!!
It's a goldmine of info for every bisf owner, I really enjoyed reading all the updates and articles.
Well done everyone and really like Dentons bedroom too, it looks real funky and modern!!!!
Just bought an Airey terraced property at auction this week and am looking to do a full repair and extension on the back, plus fully ut the inside as its pretty derelict inside. Going to be a huge project and not too sure where to start with who can do the repair to the licensed scheme. I am in Lancashire and the property will become our family home and so any help will be greatly appreciated from you all!
Hi I have lived in my BISF house nearly all my life I am 63 I was born here bought the house back in 1988, but now cause of age, aching knees I want to sell it and move to a bungalow everyone that comes falls in love with it they are so big and roomy but the thing that keeps coming up is some form of repair certificate I do not have this and the fact the type of build it is. I feel sad as apart from spending a lot of money on this property it is a great family home. Cannot find any form of certificate these proposed purchasers lenders want has anyone got any ideas,
Hi Marc, I'm very pleased with the find! The hallway does indeed have quarry tiles under the carpet, but they're not very nice and quite uneven (more like outdoor type tiles) so I think those will stay covered.
At the moment we're decorating the dining room with two walls in a deep red and two in pale yellow and it does give a very nice 1950s look with the parquet floor!