Looks grim, that was the year before I was born!!
I reckon that’s 19 between each joist so 19 in a 1500x400mm rectangle. I have no clue how i’m...
You might be able to wack 4” of MOT down smooth, that might be better than thick sand.
Mine was only maybe an inch thick
Mine was solid and stony so I just used sand. Some building, some grit because that’s what I had knocking around.
Yes recessed, just need the panel and the boss has ordered 150 fibre optic stars and a London wall mural.
What did you watch??
Coronation Street :sleep:
It’s just concrete on insulation, no leveller on top.
Well it’s been nearly 2 years so I thought i’d better crack on.
Got the garage door bricked up, window in, floor done and today a platform...
You voted for it.
Surely won’t add much to the cost of a full new roof.
Throw a brick at it, if it shatters it’s not laminated.
Well the whatever ton truck that brought my concrete last week didn’t sink the tarmac on my footpath, it cracked every slab on the drive but no...
Ask Southern Water for one, it should be there.
I have a hot tub coming mid March and plan to put it where we previously had a pool.
This is the area being prepped for the pool:
Hit it with a rubber mallet at alternate ends until it starts to wobble, then tease it up with a pair of flat screwdrivers.
Can you shine a torch down the pipework to see how deep the rest bend is?
Good advice, thanks very much. I’ll get the guy that fitted the boiler back nearer the time (y)
6x2 is pretty big, I was thinking they would be 3x2
Ask them if you can check it out, say you are thinking about doing yours.
I’d take the summerhouse on as a project!!
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