Just ask the BI what they want. It's only a door so I would imagine a lintel with 9" bearings each side would suffice?
I thought it might be common sense but -
If the smoke doesn't go up the chimney and comes out into the room then open doors and...
Buy some smoke pellets and do proper smoke tests to determine condition of the flue. Light a couple in the fire place with all windows and doors...
There's no problem. You often have a wooden mantle and they don't catch on fire so your studwork will be fine.
The vent in the bedroom was to vent the flue for the bedroom fireplace. It is not connected to the downstairs fires flue but it sounds like the...
Coat the walls and ceiling with a good layer of expanding foam (the aerosol type), then just before it sets you can push things into it like...
Presumably you would blind it with soft sand - eg. cover it with sand.
1 cubic meter = 1.6 metric tonnes, so 2 tonnes would be 1.25 m3.
Doesn't look like render - more like undercoat plaster. Looks like it has had a knock. Just repair it and see what happens - no big drama 8)
Their website says so.
Yeah, the Colosseum is about 2000 years old and most of that is still standing :wink:
Did you see the foundations being laid? Sounds / looks like the whole thing is sinking.
Not the best brickwork I've ever seen either.....
He is, he uses the 'one coat' method :wink:
I cut one of these down at the weekend and wondered what (if anything) I should treat the remaining stump with to stop it from sprouting again? It...
Precast, but I don't know where the 'plank' bit came from...
@ GKnight - is that a part from a gas hob holding up the bricks of your fireplace?
Fix with mirror plates the same but hide them using a wooden beading down each side of the mantle? Stain / paint the same as the wooden panelling.
Stick it with Gripfill or similar. The mantle is usually fixed with 'mirror plates' sunk into the plaster and filled over flush.
Yes, any of them. Just tell them you are supplying the doors and drawer fronts.
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