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    Broken brick: poor trademanship?

    Hello. Got a Ring floodlight installed today and the traders have broken the brick on which they installed the mount (not saying anything to me afterwards). I understand you can drill outdoor brick without damaging it. Would this prove to be poor tradesmanship from them? Is the cam secure to the...
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    Flooded area in patio

    Hello, New slabs and patio was installed last year. It has been OK until this summer where it seems that some slabs have sinked creating a small area of the patio (below the table, in the pics) that now gets flooded when there is medium rain (very often where we are!). Trader is clearly rogue...
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    Gas safe certificate?

    As part of kitchen renovation project, gas supply was capped off in order to replace a gas hob for an induction hob. Any certificates that should have been issued for this? Thanks!
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    Bulky pipe under sink

    Brilliant. Sorry, so I guess tha main stopcock you're referring to is the brass one from my first post, right? Is that a normal shape for it or can it be replaced for something simpler that doesn't need so many holes in the kitchen cabinet?
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    Bulky pipe under sink

    Thanks. Can you please post a pic of what the street mains supply looks like to see if I have access to it? Any suggestions for "more suitable location"? Thanks.
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    Bulky pipe under sink

    Thanks, Madrab. Where can be moved, exactly? Is this the outdoor tap you're referring to? Thanks.
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    Bulky pipe under sink

    Hello everyone, We will be installing a new kitchen and would like to simplify somehow the piping under the sink (see attached pic for what we currently have). The brass pipe in the pic controls the water in the house and also an outdoor tap, but it's very bulky and takes up most of the space...