I’ve never had the tub on anything else so I couldn’t say if it’s been worth it or not sorry.
Could be a manhole under the steps :cautious:
Don’t use Celotex, you need the EPS stuff which won’t crush.
There was a bomb in Belfast, free parking in Bury and a 22” ‘colour’ TV was £369 :eek:
UPVC windows were a thing as well as designer front doors....
The wall upstairs is made of those hollow terracotta things that I would call cinderblocks and it’s just built up off the floorboards with about...
I hadn’t thought of lead paint. The newspapers under the carpets are from 1975/76 so I bet the paint is the same age.
That’s not a bad idea, the time it would take to strip them might mean buying new ones would be better.
Repainted in white eventually.
What’s the best way to do this? I thought heat gun or maybe sand blaster? We have a whole house to do.
I see much bigger holes in subfloors all the time.
Thanks John (y)
Her insurance company should locate the leak, if the lead is corroded on her bit they might charge for the actual repair but not the investigating...
The upstairs wall is built off a timber that touches a joist but it’s not directly on it.
The downstairs wall that she want to get rid of, I...
I couldn’t get in the loft to see the top of that wall, it’s wood at the bottom and feels like brick on top of that. I’m going to put a double...
My daughter wants a brick wall removed between the kitchen and living room.
There is a wall upstairs but one isn’t ontop of the other, it’s about...
There are 1975/76 newspapers under the carpets
And for a minute I thought I’d found a load of porn mags
She wants to be in there in 3 months (y)
She got the keys last night :D
If there is no meter the guy is just guessing at 5.5l minute. Depending on how the pipe is damaged alters the noise, a pinhole is noisy where as...
If the pipe is exposed in the foundation trench I would cut there and fit an in-line meter to so if the leak is before or after that point....
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