All the inspector will do is check a beam is there, on padstones. Nothing else.
I don't understand your description of the problem.
In perpetuity. However there must be beneficiary to enforce the covenant, and over time the original beneficiary may for one reason or another no...
The covenant normally benefits the developer and/or council
There are no rules for that. Only that beams must be protected from fire.
But practically, any beam that might get wet and rusty should be...
You can call it what you like. It's the use and construction/appearance that matters for planning and building regulations.
Drop some quilt insulation above the ceiling.
Prop the roof up with a 4x2
It's screwed to the wall.
You're fixing this frame to a wall aren't you?
You need something to support the board ends top and bottom
Looks ok if the falls work.
Remember to trap the Acco's
More like French polishing!
Pah. You may as well just mortice a loose tenon in on the underside. :rolleyes::p
Anyway, I'll see your overcomplicated and over-priced domino...
Yes, feet come to mind
The problem with shoddy roofing work is that things may appear to be OK (if not actually looking OK o_O) but things can quickly deteriorate in the...
He sounds crap a best but it could be incompetence. I would suggest that that is not the work of a good, knowledgeable roofer.
Got any images of...
Wedge the frame out
That lock is OK.
Although I'd go with a TS007 three-star Euro/Oval cylinder (on a suited key with all the other doors), and a quality mortice...
Area is the footprint, so is measured externally, and is additional to the existing footprint of the house, so does not include any existing recess.
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