My son has just moved into a house with a back boiler controlled by a RWB2E programmer.
The problem is that he cannot get hot water.
It was dry and windy on Sat pm and Sunday.
Cracks vary from 0.5mm to 2mm.
The ground workers have just laid, on Sat, the internal slab for my timber frame bungalow and I'm a bit concerned about the cracks...
Thanks for that, I will do.
It hasn't been built as yet but on the architects sectional drawings it does show those nail plates.
I'm just wanting to make sure I...
Thanks for the reply.
These are trusses in a timber frame dormer bungalow which I'm having built so they are supporting the first floor....
I have seen a lot of guidance regarding where and how joists can be drilled or notched.
Do the same rules apply to attic trusses?
The answer to the edge problem is simple, you fold it over the edge as you would wrapping a parcel - remember it isn't that thick but it is strong...
"By the way does 'Isettaman' indicate any connection with Isettas? I have fond memories of one in the 1960's! It was a magical machine."
I have personal experience with EPDM.
I did have a bit of trouble getting it onto the roof to start with as my garage is 6 x 6.5m -...
I was thinking that deep flow is the way to go.
I wonder if you experts can help me understand the regulations and flow rates for guttering?
I want to minimise the number of downpipes...
Not really sure, but are there any special procedures to carry out when sharpening breaker steels?
Or is it just a case of putting a new edge...
I built my detached 6m x 5.9m garage (flat roof with small mono pitch at the front) earlier this year and it cost in total 10k. I did all of it...
I've got 6m 9" x 3" joists holding up my garage roof.
When we moved in to our property, three years ago, the owner made a big thing about the garage having been re-roofed. It did look superficially ok...
That's even easier, almost the same as in my previous post.
Multiply by three, divide by two and move the decimal point one place to the left....
Oh yes it is.
You multiply 37 by 10 = 370
Halve the answer = 185
and add them together = £5.55
Or multiply 37 by 3 = 111
Add a zero =...
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