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  1. Harry Bloomfield
    Lightweight breeze blocks, thin ones were used for none load bearing internal walls.
  2. RTommy
    Hi all, new to the site. I recently moved into a renovated house and just want to double check if the following set up is safe? There is a 6mm twin and earth coming from it's own circuit in the...
  3. Danny Cooper
    Grp anyday
  4. noseall
    Yes two b/m's. The beam b/m in the image I posted is a little bit deep due to the fact I needed to get the beam as high as i could to accommodate the Velux.
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    Thanks Vaulty I think that has probably answered my first question and I assume there are two birds mouths on each rafter ?

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