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Aerated block to close up some holes in exterior wall

Discussion in 'Building' started by TeaAndBiscuits, 21 Aug 2021.

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    TeaAndBiscuits

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    I'm currently in the process of redoing a bathroom and having changed the size/layout of the room, I've removed the old soil, basin and shower wastes going through the wall and now need to close them up.

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    The largest one once I knocked away the old mortar around the edge is about 200mm diameter.

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    I've bought some aerated blocks and the plan is to just cut to shape as the above photos show and mortar them in

    These are the type of block

    https://www.wickes.co.uk/Aerated-Block-3-6N-100mm-Single/p/177976

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    This OK for the job?

    Once the mortar has gone off I'll make up a sand & cement render to patch the existing wall finish.
     
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