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More open-plan designs may be seen by electrical course graduates

Tradesmen who have taken electrical courses may be seeing more examples of homeowners knocking down interior walls to create open-plan rooms.

Jim Hustwit, UK country manager at MyHammer, explained that removing a wall between a kitchen and a dining room can make the new space seem more light and airy.

Engineers with electrical course qualifications hired for residential contracts may be seeing more of this type of work, since Mr Hustwit claimed it has become fashionable over the past five years to open up rooms.

The MyHammer representative suggested many people undertake such projects in order to have a combined kitchen and eating area.

He added: "There are still a lot of jobs coming in with people looking for loft conversions and extensions and even complete bathroom refits and kitchen refits."

His comments were made in response to research by, which claimed 59 per cent of Londoners are currently holding off carrying out home improvement work as a result of worries relating to their job.

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