Is your house semi-detached, and does the work involve a party wall, for example the insertion of steels? If so, notification to the neighbour...
If you can identify where the existing joists are, you could fix the Kingspan directly to the existing roof, then screw OSB over that and fit the...
Get the internal area down below 30 sq m and you won't need building control, which will save some money
You always run that risk with masking tape. I'd never use it; just cut in with a brush
What do you mean, the water from the house?
Gulley? Do you mean a trap in the ground with a grill over it, that drains?
They know that, they're just being naughty
A vapour barrier is just that. it isn't breathable.
Apart from being naff and nasty?
120mm concrete with mesh fabric chucked in for good measure?
Just being vindictive then.
By the way, if the work was done more than a year ago, the council can't act against him in any case. The time limit...
Looks a bit rubbish. Often par for the course with substandard materials like uPVC.
What use is this to you now?
I agree it would look better without putting filler in the holes.
If it's being poured on top of a broken patio, it's not exactly suspended, is it? It will end up with a few voids is all.
Consider replacing that flimsy window with a proper timber double glazed sash as well. Not only will it do a better job and not look sh1te, but it...
Obviously not, but I could take you to some well-maintained examples that are over 100 years old.
I bet old-style timber guttering lasts as long as quite a lot of plastic.
Recycled plastic joists are for decking; I don't think they are particularly structural.
Recycling or not makes no difference. It's a scam. It...
Loft and floor insulation would definitely help - especially the loft.
If your walls don't have cavities that can be insulated, your options are...
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