it depends on a number of factors , unfortunately the head highth of 2.0m is .400mm below standard room highth that will probably mean excavating your floor to gain the right highth needed , this will have a knock on cost depending on the flooring material needing to be removed ( concrete for example ) also you may have to check the depth of the basement footing to make sure there will be no need for underpinning, to be honest it would be very difficult to provide you with any ball park figure , I feel most professional surveyors would insist on a site visit in order to view the job and give you a difinitive cost .
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