Yep no damp course for me which I understand to be pretty normal also. Also as I said in the original post I believe the problem is the external garden wall bridging the injected damp course so wouldnt help my anyway!
Sorry cant seem to upload photos, I keep getting a security error.
I live in a Victorian terraced house with an injected damp course. I am pretty sure the brick boundary wall in the garden is bridging the damp course and causing quite significant damp on the inside of the house.
My question is what is the solution? Does the garden wall need need to be...
Yeah the roof did slope before but it was flush to the wall.
From what I can understand the party wall act they almost certainly should have had a party wall agreement, to cover the changes to the wall, changes to the roof and digging off foundations for the extension.
I live in a terraced house and some contractors have purchased the neighboring house to renovate which includes an extension to the rear. There used to be a small lean to on all the houses, of which one wall forms the party boundary. On my side, I had the lean to knocked down and the...
yeah I heard bosch are good. But would you say thats the best I can get for my price range?
Also is it a combi drills as it says hammer drill in the title but its also capable of 'standard' drilling which I will be using it for mostly
Thanks for your reply. The reviews of the first one were quite good on amazon. Yeah, thats the reason I was thinking or getting corded.
I have been recommended Lidl and Aldi, but I cant see the cordless screw driver on their website, how did you find it?
Hi, I am new to this forum and I am just looking for a bit of advice on buying a drill.
I am looking for one for general use, for around or under £50, preferably reduced from a higher price. I have a couple which I am thinking of getting
This Lamborghini Tonino Combi Wireless for £52...