Are they waiting for it to sag a bit more so it meets the support :confused:
Welcome to the party Barthy
Considering they can't cut concrete ridge tiles very well and these conversions are meant to be a light weight roof option, then why are they even...
If you don't think its going to get nicked! then then what's the problem.
Only a fool would do that.
If you are worried about the sheets being blown off then why don't you fasten the sheets to the rafters with 6" tek screws
I would think 150mm will satisfy bco.
You can put a piece of timber across the corners where the hip will sit at 45° wall plate to wall plate 4x2" should do, that will lock the corner...
I've never done it like that, I can't see the point!
There are some powerful mastics on the market now but what is stopping the slates sliding...
Stick a long length of pipe in that branch and it will naturally bend over time under its self weight! if you want to speed things up a bit then...
Ohh come on make it easier for them and get the chimney taken down. :D
Cut a couple of inches off the bottom of the branch if you need a bit more fall.
Cut it at the top of the stairs where it meets the newel post, pull it away from the wall enough to get your hand in then re-attach it.
I can't say I have come across that size before, just use 3x2" instead.
Geocell 201 is a polymer and I,ve yet to find something it won't stick.
Those will be ample.
You might have to wait a while for a reply, he is still chasing his tea across the landscape!
Yes I don't see why not.
Geocell 201 is a good waterproof adhesive.
Geocell 201 brown will do it.
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