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will the homes built in the Victorian Era last?If you live in a house in a terrace/semi terraced road there is a good chance the building was built in around 1880.How long will these houses last?When will the homes dropping like flies epidemic start?I just had a thought of someone drinking tee and their house crumbling down ontop of them lool

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they gets mousey i'll tell you thatwas like that in temporary last year with mumand shes a clean freak, OCD type

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a lot longer than the new houses they hav bin building the past 5 years im sorry but all the new places i see in areas like queens road, thamesmead, hackney etc the foundations seem so weak, the walls paper thin and the drainage system is boogits like they r all built rush rush

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our former house in west was built in 1760.. most houses around there too, though it was damaged during WW2 and wouldve been slightly rebuilt, but thats a good question. is there some 'national plan' to look into this?

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a lot longer than the new houses they hav bin building the past 5 years im sorry but all the new places i see in areas like queens road, thamesmead, hackney etc the foundations seem so weak, the walls paper thin and the drainage system is boogits like they r all built rush rush
Trust them olden day houses are SERIOUS, i used to work for VM for abit n when i was doin installs in newer houses i was able to drill through walls like it was nuttin, come to a older house now n bbbbbooyyyy mans would be feelin abused like i'd done a 5hr work out biggrin.gif

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a lot longer than the new houses they hav bin building the past 5 years im sorry but all the new places i see in areas like queens road, thamesmead, hackney etc the foundations seem so weak, the walls paper thin and the drainage system is boogits like they r all built rush rush
These builders are taking the piss nowadays tryna skimp on the materials.

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will the homes built in the Victorian Era last?If you live in a house in a terrace/semi terraced road there is a good chance the building was built in around 1880.How long will these houses last?When will the homes dropping like flies epidemic start?I just had a thought of someone drinking tee and their house crumbling down ontop of them lool
Dem houses are built to last differently.Anyway, to get a definitive answer holla at a architect/survars.

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