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I highly recommend Andrew Karoly, who kept me sane during a couple of particularly fun party wall adventures (one I instigated, one that by my neighbour at the time).


Andrew Karoly MCIOB, MFPWS

t: 020 7733 7105

m: 07989 419820

www.partywalls-london.co.uk


He's helpful, professional, reliable, practical... could list many more positives. I think he has some other recommendations on the forum over the years. I recently had a query about whether I had a party wall issue in my new home and he took the time to understand the situation, then told me that I didn't have an issue without charging me for his time.


I would absolutely go straight to him if I did have any party wall issues in the future. He was very patient with my questions each time I've gone to him, and you absolutely get the feeling that he'll actively look after your interests.

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