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  1. DC1977

    Wet wall

    It’s a window seat
  2. DC1977

    Wet wall

    Neither, 225mm solid block
  3. DC1977

    Wet wall

    So just because external wall getting wet might not be a problem? Patio falls away from house too even though ground level higher than should be?
  4. DC1977

    Wet wall

    Any suggestions? Other than taking out patio? And can’t change drips…. there was water repellant used in rendering. Any chance might be ok?
  5. DC1977

    Wet wall

    Maybe wrong forum should be in building?
  6. DC1977

    Do you think this looks wrong?

    the work top is 30mm thick, have I got enough room by adding those feet and adjusting doors I wonder to get past it… kit hen man coming tomorrow (wed) so wondered if could be done…or anything else. There is a gap above cornice on units….?
  7. DC1977

    Do you think this looks wrong?

    Thanks v much, where would I get 1cm feet for under fridge? Forgive my ignorance in these things!
  8. DC1977

    Do you think this looks wrong?

    yes it’s over 700 mm deep maybe 750ish
  9. DC1977

    Do you think this looks wrong?

    I don’t think it was designed that way, but worktop on counter won’t allow door to open fully….so that’s why we pulled it out a bit more
  10. DC1977

    Wet wall

  11. DC1977

    Wet wall

    Hi below these rear windows I have noticed the wall/plinth getting wet during any heavy rain. I’ve noticed the drips on these windows are not very deep. The render had something out in it to keep water out (?) but should I be concerned about water getting through in the near future?
  12. DC1977

    Do you think this looks wrong?

    American fridge freezer doesn’t sit flush with new units as expected. But is this protruding too much. Kitchen designer was told make and model . Looks like countertop stopping moving it back. Is now sticking out by 12cm. Or do you think it looks ok?
  13. DC1977

    Extractor fan in kitchen?

    yes good ideas, actually got an isolator switch for fan in a cupboard, lower down obvs
  14. DC1977

    Extractor fan in kitchen?

    yes it does is on external wall
  15. DC1977

    Extractor fan in kitchen?

    yes it is 1050 above hob, your suggestion makes sense too. Overall from yours and woodys comments doesn’t seem like it will be disastrous as it is? However I was thinking when I’m old and shrunk a bit it might too high for me to reach!
  16. DC1977

    Extractor fan in kitchen?

    EC0684A7-D7CE-4B97-BC6D-C64CC0C7ECE0 by DC1977 posted 1 Apr 2022 at 10:33 AM This photo shows size of extractor compared to hob, it’s a 100cm wide range, 6 burners. This is the extractor ELIBLOC HT80 - 72cm...
  17. DC1977

    Extractor fan in kitchen?

    Hi don’t know if this is correct place to post this but had lots of useful tips here before. I know there is min height from hob for extractor fans but ours has been installed at 1.05 m above hob so I’m concerned about it’s effectiveness ? Also we have built a massive kitchen diner and my...
  18. DC1977

    Any ideas for sockets in middle of floor?

    a bespoke floorbox with trimless brass was £580! Other options cheaper but still £200
  19. DC1977

    Any ideas for sockets in middle of floor?

    good idea, any problem with getting an elec cert? Not that we are selling our home anytime soon…
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