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    Quickstep Vinyl click

    Thanks. Not completely sure what you mean Not sure I fancy the damage from getting the skirting off
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    Quickstep Vinyl click

    Hi, On the threshold between old and new of an extension I believe the concrete strip has crumbled slightly under the vinyl causing a slight dip where people keep walking across it. I was thinking of prying up where the dip is and stuffing in the sand to level. I am concerned I won't get the...
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    Air admittance valve help

    Thanks for replying. All within 1m of each other. Very tight. Quick question the shower trap has a cup in it. After reading am I right in thinking it doesn't matter if water is sucked from underneath the cup as it's the water in the cup and the lid seal that stops the smells?
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    Air admittance valve help

    Hi guys, Our ensuite has the usual shower, toilet and sink. On occasions the toilet or sink would empty the trap in the shower. There isn't an air admittance value near these 3. Could one be installed under the sink. It is a very small ensuite. What is that thing on the right? Doesn't look...
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    Replace cabinet door integrated washing machine

    Looks like those hinges are just in the US. Think these will work. I hope. https://www.hafele.co.uk/en/product/concealed-cup-hinge-95-nexis-blind-corner-sprung-slide-on-arm-grass/000000fc0001695000010023/ And...
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    Replace cabinet door integrated washing machine

    I know this hasn't stirred up much interest but I am going to try and source one of these. It can then go into the back of the filler panel.
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    Replace cabinet door integrated washing machine

    Hi, I've moved this from appliances as it really isn't about the appliance itself. Have a fully integrated washing machine. Had issues with the cabinet door vibrating because it connects to the washing machine itself. I want to put the door on standard hinges so it is independent from the...
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    Integrated washing machine carcass door

    Moved to carpentry forum
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    Integrated washing machine carcass door

    Hi, I've pulled our integrated machine out to adjust the legs as it was vibrating and ever so slightly moving. The carcass door connects to the actual machine. The door always vibrated when the machine was spinning and was so annoying. As well as this getting the legs level and at the perfect...
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    RSJ over BiFold Doors

    How much are you saving by doing the building reg plans yourself? 2k? Wouldn't it be better to have someone fully qualified to do these? 2k is probably quite a small amount compared to the total project costs. If you are doing them yourself and BC pass them it still doesn't mean they are any...
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    Attach fence to 1970s wall

    Thanks. Would be worried it would still act like a sail and pull the piers over. Although they do need to come down!!!
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    Attach fence to 1970s wall

    Hi, I'm pretty sure the answer is nothing but is there any product that I could attach to the attached wall possible 5-6 ft high that won't pull the piers over in a strong wind. It's about 10m. New concrete posts and fencing on the inside of it would set me back £1200 so looking for a cheaper...
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    External beading

    Thanks for confirming
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    External beading

    Hi Would someone be able to confirm that the beading is external on this window please. I'm sure it is like my rear windows but wanted to double check. Thanks
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    External wall construction - possibly done wrong in a newbuild?

    I'm no expert but there is probably sheathing on both sides. They've put it on the inside so you can hang what you like on it Maybe....
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    Artificial grass subbase

    Good one
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    Artificial grass subbase

    I'm back. Grano dust in but not compacted yet. Was wondering if I am going for grass about 35mm pile height how much of that should be below the level of the path?
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    Artificial grass subbase

    Thanks. Ordered some type 1
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    Artificial grass subbase

    Hi guys, I'm confused about the subbase needed for my artificial grass installation. I am worried about using type 1 as have read it doesn't drain? Was thinking 20mm limestone chippings to allow for better drainage. Either way they'd both have grano dust on top? Am I worrying about nothing...
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    mould in corner of ceiling

    Or just crack the window a tiny bit and see if the simple solution works first
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