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    Ideas for garage door paneling

    True but £1400 vs £400 ish for cladding. Also, it will never be used for a car.
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    Ideas for garage door paneling

    sorry to revive this thread - still havent got round to doing this yet, but i've had an idea - could fix (glue/sealant) Black Ash Soffit Boards directly to this rather than use shiplap? The main reason for this is that the soffit boards are thinner (I might have an issue opening the door!)
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    Lead Flashing Above Bay Window

    might have to look into the tiling option. is there any sort of pvc capping i could put over the lead maybe?
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    Lead Flashing Above Bay Window

    Ah that's not a bad idea. Stupid question but how would you stick tiles to such a small ledge of lead? Thanks
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    Lead Flashing Above Bay Window

    Hi, I've recently re-coated some old lead flashing in Evercryl as it had some small pin pricks and cracks in it. It seems to have done the job and to be fair its never leaked, it was mostly done to try and make it look neater. However it really hasn't and i'm left wondering if there is...
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    Ideas for garage door paneling

    Oh forgot to ask, if I did go down the shiplap route would I need to fix it to any timber batons or could I just fix direct to the existing marine ply boards? Would I need any water proof sheeting between? Thanks!
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    Ideas for garage door paneling

    Hi guys, I'm just after some suggestions with what to do with our garage door, at the moment it's just boarded over with ply and has a 1/3 door opening. It'll never be used for a car. I'm thinking of pvc shiplap cladding it Ash black to match the rest of the exterior but wondered if anyone...
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    Pyronix Enforcer gone high pitched!

    all sorted now - many thanks Mark!
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    Pyronix Enforcer gone high pitched!

    well, i called them and they didnt want to speak to me :-( i've taken the control panel to bits and can confirm that its the little speaker unit (attached a pic) does anyone know where I can get a replacement? many thanks! Dave
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    Pyronix Enforcer gone high pitched!

    Fair enough, I'll be patient!
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    Pyronix Enforcer gone high pitched!

    Emailed them but don't think they will speak to me if I'm not an 'installer'?
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    Pyronix Enforcer gone high pitched!

    thanks, do you happen to have a link for a replacement? i've had a look but cant find anything!
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    Pyronix Enforcer gone high pitched!

    Hi guys, Wondering if anyone has come across this issue before. Basically our alarm went off the other day and ever since, the internal speaker inside the control panel seems to have gone high pitched! I'm assuming that this is a problem with the speaker that I could just swap out and...
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    Tudor Boards - replacing

    I was actually going to go back to the company and ask if we should render first or not, but I see what you mean by rendering before the boards are up.
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    Tudor Boards - replacing

    Just received the boards from tudor boards in cannock. Have to say, really impressed with how they look, not plastic and cheap at all.
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    Tudor Boards - replacing

    Nope, we think it's the original aspestos cement sheet (it's a 1930s house). I have decided to buy the tudor boards from tudorboard.com and replicate what we already have and render in between the same colour of the house. We didn't want to get rid of the boards as it adds to the character of...
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    Tudor Boards - replacing

    thanks all. so if I went for the polyurethane, would these attached without issues to the existing board (could be asbestos?). We will be rendering these boards at a later date anyway. thanks, Dave
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    Tudor Boards - replacing

    thanks for the replies guys. so timber would cost me about £150 (if i was to replace ALL of it - some of it can be saved i think) i have already had a sample from that place - looked very good - but it would cost over £600 for what i need! :-(
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    Tudor Boards - replacing

    Hi, I'm not really sure of the best option to refurbish our mock tudor fronting. I have attached a picture of what its like currently, we are in the process of a re-roof and extension so now is a good time to sort this whilst we have scaffolding up. I was looking at the tudor pvc boards, but...
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    Composite doors - which one to choose?!

    Hi! I'm in the process of choosing a new front composite door. The best prices I've had is... Option 1 Solidor - £1170 fitted Option 2 Door Stop foam filled door - £875 fitted Is the Solidor really worth the extra £300ish quid? Thanks! Dave
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