B+Q do 15mm plasterboard but if its a small area I would bring it flush with bonding.
Tidy job Andy.
Just noticed a clothes dryer in your pic, if you are drying clothes in the room without suitable ventilation the wall and dabs will absorb the...
Somethings causing the wall to get wet! Until the source of the dampness is remedied damp seal or similar will be a waste of time and money.
My own has been redundant for 20yrs with the liner, gc1 cap still in place.... bricked up and vented in livingroom....no problems.
You will need to find out the source of the dampness...check the pointing, gutters etc as the plasterboard dabs are getting wet.
It won't do any harm leaving it, normally required when installing tar based products to stop it splitting at the 90° junction when expanding.
Rake it out and point it back up with mortar the way it should be.
Cavity walls are designed to deal with water passing through the outer skin.
Put the lead over the tray.
Take the last cutting of grp Valley out and replace with 450mm lead, run it over the fascia and into gutter, check out the top of the fascia to...
If the skim is peeling the plasterer has not prepped properly, simple as that.
Mrpb wouldn't do anything to dampen the noise, the roof and door is where most of the noise transfer will be.
You don't need the bottom batten.
18mm upvc facia will hold the tile, tile clips and tray no problem, they are designed for that.
Most conservatories have ventilation at eave and ridge line...Worth checking.
You will need ventilation in the void above the suspended ceiling, you also need to be careful of the additional weight you are loading onto the...
Looks like they have left out a patch of osb to access the extractor and cobbled it together...
Put the gutter up first, as above, tray below battens....I would add to the top of the facia rather than 2 battens at the bottom..they will push...
Whatever they have done it looks nasty.
Are you in Scotland?
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