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    Confused about a rewire.

    How long would you say then?
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    Confused about a rewire.

    I attach test paperwork . I really appreciate your advice!
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    Confused about a rewire.

    So I’ve moved in to a circa 100 year old house. it has black and red PVC cable and it had a rewireable fuse board, that I got changed yesterday to a modern unit with RCBOs. Now on to my question. I had it inspected and tested and was told it doesn’t need to be rewired as it’s passed on...
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    How to raise a fence on neighbours side.

    Sorry if I wasn’t clear. The fence is not going to be changed - I won’t bore you with the exact reasons why. Just know that it’s not going. I want to add to it! I’m thinking along the lines of a modern trellis if such a thing exists or a faux hedge row. I just thought some on here may have...
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    How to raise a fence on neighbours side.

    I’ll attach a few photos at the end. Morning all We have a four foot fence on the left hand side of our garden. Does anyone have any clever ideas on how to raise it two feet to afford us more privacy? The fence belongs to the neighbour - although I put it in before they moved in. Replacing...
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    New mould issue in garage.

    Is that mould in the photos? yeah it could be the roof I suppose, maybe just a few drops are coming through. Because there’s no visible wet spots.
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    New mould issue in garage.

    Hi all. Happy New Year. I’ve lived in the same house for years. The last couple I’ve started to get really bad mould on everything in my garage. I stripped some stuff out and noticed this on the back wall where the wall joins the floor. anyone can’t any ideas what it is and so you think...
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    Extending 8m on a sloped garden

    hi Woody thanks for your reply, I of course will seek a professional opinions. I’m asking in here, because someone may have come across this before.
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    Extending 8m on a sloped garden

    Morning all, I want to buy a house that has a 2m drop via steps in to the garden. so therefore when I extend 8 metres out for a large kitchen/family room I would have internal stairs down in to this area the question I have is by the time the extension is down on garden level it will be...
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    Cause of uneven floor

    I’ve asked the exact question, but the estate agents have told me they have struggled to date the house. I agree I thought the ceiling looked too “perfect” considering the floor upstairs is so uneven. We’d definitely have to change it, it’s really really warped, there would be no getting used...
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    Cause of uneven floor

    I’m just about to buy a house. When we had a look round the upstairs of house, all of the floors are uneven, I mean you really notice it when walking on the floor, almost felt like we were on a boat. I know it’s difficult to say without looking at it, but would you say is the floor joists that...
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    Garden room.

    Test
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    Would you tile a kitchen without underfloor heating?

    I feel we are drifting off topic a tad, although I appreciate the feedback I'm only really interested in peoples experience of large tiled areas without underfloor heating. I will not be having UFH.
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    Would you tile a kitchen without underfloor heating?

    I've been told that the pipe work will have to run through the walls as the megaflop system is two floor up. That is not an option.
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    Would you tile a kitchen without underfloor heating?

    Floorboards with 150mm Rockwall insulation.
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    Would you tile a kitchen without underfloor heating?

    There will be 2 or maybe even 3 radiators. My concern 30m2 of cold tiled floor making the rest of the room cold in winter times.
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    Would you tile a kitchen without underfloor heating?

    Hi guys I'm just starting a huge project in an old Victorian house I'm renovating in parts and modernising in others. I'm sure I'll have lots of questions but my first one is... I'm having quite a large kitchen extension built (30m2), I'd like to have a tiled floor, Porcel-thin tiles to be...
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