Back in my fitting days I managed to lug an 8m by 6m up one storey and my piles have never been the same since.
Brush the insides of four ramekins with butter. Add a small amount of sugar to each and turn them to coat the sides and bottom, shaking out any...
Need some expert advice.
086C032C-469C-4B45-B60E-8BD37CE7DEC3 by Mw Roofline posted 19 Jul 2019 at 9:00 PM
A little pooling is acceptable on a grp roof but they need to come back and finish the job around the skylight.
The pot is there to take the rainwater from the pipe above and not to collect water from the drive so just extend the grid higher with a bottle...
Can’t you set out a new soffit level coming off the brick face and then work your fascia off that and hide the difference by cutting the top of...
One eyed Asif from Birmingham does it for 170 cash but he takes out surrounding trees and half the ground. Great chap.
The building trade is massive at the moment, I’d drive around a few building sites speak to the foreman and introduce yourself. Leave him your...
The entrance surround and vertical corners are timber. The rest is polyurethane mock Tudor boards from https://tudorboard.com/
Sounds ok, we’d be more. If it’s all being stripped off and off a scaffold then fine. Ogee guttering is for conservatories. White square guttering...
If he got a slight whiff of you being a pain in the arse the price goes up.
One we did last week, rendered first, bang the Tudor’s on top.
Post a pic on here when it’s all done. Try and render first and plant the boards on top it will show the true thickness of the boards.
No, not 1988 new builds.
We re rendered an old 1950’s house before putting new Tudor boards on and we thought the panelling was wood. It ended up being sheets of asbestos,...
Useful info here https://www.diynot.com/diy/threads/marley-mendip-redland-grovebury.522183/
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