Op hasn't returned since 8th August so clearly not an issue for them
I think you'd be lucky for someone to come and take it for free, it's a 20 year old kitchen
Often they seize or rust solid with years of urine and moisture. Typically I've had to cut them off in order to remove.
The bottom plastic part...
It'd be easier to change the waste for a new one
Has the metal deformed, does it look like there's a gap under it?
Plywood is much more stable
I have an erbauer 9 inch grinder, used for cutting gravels boards and paving slabs. No issues in 3 years with regular use
When the customer is a tight arse perhaps
You could try some brick acid
He could have siliconed it on, if he did it'll be tough to remove. It could have magnet clips, can you put a hook or similar through then turn...
You can get clear preserver.
If you want a colour try cuprinol ducksback.
From experience it won't. Your choice. If you batten properly you won't need any adhesive
The board's won't stick at the adhesive point though
Either option would work. Bare in mind that under that box the stair head isn't flat so you'd have to build around that anyway to get a level...
I was once working in a house where a builder was lining a bathroom. He dot and dabbed these boards on and the next day they were loose or falling...
If it was me, with water off, I'd cut the copper and leave around 75mm off pipe in the plastic fitting.
You can then fit the appropriate...
What's the wording in their documentation cos one isolation valve isn't sufficient for a mixer bar shower, you need 2, 1 for hot and 1 for cold....
Just mix up a cement mix, ³ sand to 1 part cement
There has to be movement in the patio slabs
Never had a problem with them. Perfect for the job
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