Friday 22 September 2017

Everyone was concerned about one thing on Room to Improve last night

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Image: Room to Improve/RTE
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Image: Room to Improve/RTE
Image: Room to Improve/RTE
Image: Room to Improve/RTE
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Independent.ie Newsdesk

Viewers were concerned about one thing during Room to Improve on Sunday night.

This week's episode of Room to Improve saw Dermot Bannon work with newlyweds Rosie and Keith as they tried to transform their 1970's Templeogue home.

In an effort to bring more light into the otherwise dark interior, Dermot designed a bold, steep-roofed extension to the rear of the house, which resulted in the budget increasing by €50,000.

However, the day before building was set to begin, Keith and Rosie told their neighbours Jack and Nessa about their plans for the extension, and they were concerned about it overshadowing their garden.

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Image: Room to Improve/RTE

Keen to keep the neighbours happy, Dermot reduced the height of the extension by a foot, delaying building time.

The finished result gave Rosie and Keith the light-filled extension they wanted, although viewers were more concerned about whether Jack and Nessa came to the housewarming party.

"There's more tweets about where the neighbours are than the finished house itself," said one viewer on Twitter, before Dermot confirmed that they didn't attend because they were on holidays.

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Image: Room to Improve/RTE
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