....and probably more expensive?
The CBI pushed for us joining the euro, and now they're pushing to stay closely aligned.
So you'd prefer to live inside a guilded cage?
Our position under Johnson's exhumed and warmed-up May Surrender Treaty will be like that of a cow, tethered to the wall of a barn outside, while...
...and what Johnson is pushing is not Brexit.
'Out' means control of our laws, borders and money.
We never voted to join in the first place - Heath rode roughshod over opposition by lying.
The basic assumption is that all the brickwork in the triangle drawn upwards at 45 deg. from the end of the bearings of the lintel is carried by...
If you say it will result in no-deal in 2020, you are assuming that trade talks will have broken down?
This will never happen. Forty-odd years of...
One of the most important political decisions this country will take since WW2. And how many MPs have actually read through the whole Treaty and...
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Not on that span.
I shouldn't be surprised if that beam was cracked from day one.
Personally I wouldn't be bothered replacing it; it does't seem to carrying too...
In that case I doubt you'll have a problem. Presumably it's a single garage with the ridge parallel to the
It depends entirely on how long the ridge beam will be end-to-end, which I don't think you have stated.
If your ridge beam was - say - 5 to 6m...
I don't understand the point about triangulating either.
If you have a steel ridge beam it's deflection will be minimal compared with having a...
Using 6x2 C24 on a 3.3m span polycarb roof you would be ok with them @ 800 centres.
Your snow load would be around 0.75kN/m2, and your dead load...
"everything has been inspected throughout by building control"
Unfortunately, that means nothing.
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