I had a bag of makegood Dab adhesive as my local b&q switched to stocking it instead of the usual BG one, had an absolute shocker with it, it was...
You can normally start laying the day after pouring
It wouldn’t. The better bet is to do a proper cavity tray. But, if you didn’t, with the wall being rendered you may get away with it.
Not sure what your setup is, but if it’s a rafter on a top plate and bottom wall plate, and the bottom wall plate is strapped to the masonary,...
It’s normally required by building control, even for rendered. But if they’re not involved, then yeah you could very well not bother and get away...
Board the loft?
If it’s the top plate for a lean to, I wouldn’t worry too much as the load is pushing against the wall rather than away/straight down.
Take photos/brick to local builders merchants
Agree 11k sounds steep
Stitch it out if you don’t want to core it
why? Doesn’t that make the brickwork a bit fiddlier
I thought the top rows of tiles took some beating, then I spotted the verge
they should have done :eek:
I’d assume it is unless told otherwise, asbestos pipe insulation was a thing
Extractor duct going from house, through garage between ceiling joists to outside wall. BCO has mentioned fire protection, is it sufficient to...
What thickness of concrete? Highly likely you can use your mixer
Why would you do bricks and render? Assuming you mean render on outside
Good effort. Hard work with concrete at the best of times. You can still get a perfect floor in the garage with SLC
No because of the upstand 25mm insulation
You can buy wider linings
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