Notice the ultimatehandyman mentions that the top of
the decking should be 150mm above the dampcourse of
the house(which is...
Sorry to hear about your misfortune!
This kind of thing really winds me up. I am afraid that Britain has become an awful place to live for many...
The screw digger method is a good way to hide the screws.
This might help, it shows how to use them- Handrail fixing
There is a massive difference between a sds drill and a normal hammer drill, see here- Hammer drill versus SDS drill
There are times though...
I was once watching a DIY program on Channel 4 and they pva'd the wall before painting it. I guess that you get a few thousand people watching a...
Here is the "how to"- Laminate and architrave
A Bosch PMF 180E is very handy for such jobs.
You might get a few tips here for fitting your new basin-
As stated above a machine with the blade below will be adequate for most tiling jobs. They are versatile and you can do quite a bit with them-...
These Damp Proofing creams are very popular now and are suitable for most walls that are less than 320mm thick.
Like Bathstyle says, or you can use a flatbed tile cutter-
cut square hole in tile
This might help as well-
The Problem is AOL !!!
AOL blocks emails from many websites and unfortunately ultimatehandyman is one of them. I have tried to get on the AOL...
Dino, I would leave a gap.
This might help you a little-
tiling a splash back
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