cut a hole around them.
we normally do them at 500mm intervals.
weve just done 18 of them 400mm square 900mm deep. used a hired hole borer to break the worst down and then the double spades to clear the spoil....
do you mean a dry or semi dry mix?
what are you bedding them on?
only 1 way to do it properly. lay on a wet mortar bed. anything else will not last and simply move over time.
they will rot and eventually leave voids, leading to the sub-base sinking. guess what happens next! remove them.
no it wont if its a decent layer and properly compacted.
cheaper easier and a far better result to cover with mot
gravel wont bind when you compact it. youd be better leaving it there and giving it a covering of mot. The cobbles can be laid on a sharp sand...
we always wrap the frame in the membrane rather than putting it on the floor. stops stuff dropping through and weeds such as bindweed etc, finding...
got mine today (did it in the company name, so i guess i was ok reading the earlier companies comments)
yes, use a clear decking oil. try a samll patch first, but much better for the wood than a stain
any excuse then!
fine (im assuming its not moonsoon season up there!)
i assume your laying on a sharp sand screed. if thats the case no problem. it will compact down a little better anyway. you just wont be able to...
in this hot weather the ground and the salbs will pull the moisture out very quickly, so if its not a wet mix they can get loose. as well as the...
yes i gathered that!
hes probably built it by now
you want a minimum thickness of 150mm mot for a driveway, well compacted. you also need to allow for that face that it will be compacted in your...
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