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Ideas for a cover between buildings please!

Discussion in 'In the Garden' started by KevinRussell, 12 Sep 2011.

  1. KevinRussell

    KevinRussell

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    I have a gap between my house and the neighbours. I have a 1m x 2m shed squeezed in at the moment but I think there is space to put some sort of cover/roof between the two buildings and have a larger outdoor storage area.

    I am looking for ideas, and wonder if it is OK to fix something to my neighbours house wall?

    See the piccie below - the gap is 1m wide.


    All ideas welcome!

    Kevin
     
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    Only if he agrees.
     
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    You will also need to take care here, the cover would force rain to run off the cover and down the walls... not a good thing, unless you did a full roofing job, flashing, guttering etc.
     
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    Luvvery ladders, could break in with them.

    Chain and padlock would`nt go amiss.
     
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