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Hi, a neighour is installing a stud wall over an existing wall to allow sound proofing to be put in between.

They have asked if I can move all their existing sockets and switches outwards to fit on the new wall, however upon inspection there is not enough wire to allow this.

Will I have to quote for a full rewire or am I able to extend the cables using terminal blocks insite the switch boxes, with an additional 8" of cable to the plate?

Any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Many Thanks
 
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