tis a new one on you because you are a gobshite.
try taking down your jobcentre with your ladders out throughthe window when you sign on.
very funny i,m sure, that emu guy is still mourned by his family.
as chesire says, take up the old boards and use 18 mm.ply thereby maintaining your finished floor level.
in other words "forget about it" as you are going to have a nervous breakdown further down the line.
dry your eyes for being a lazy ***** and leaving your tools at your **.
the "nib" or upstand on a concrete cill was bedded in mastic putty, the sides and head where left dry and there was never a problem.
ponty, when you next provide your c.v. to a prospective employer, try not to answer your own questions.
why do you answer yourself? is it say wot you want and "i,f had a bad day" cop on.
never heard of it ponty ? ah well carry on ,good luck in your nvq,s.
power tool freak used to be in double glazing, thats why he posts twice. also why he advocats the use of plastic in a garden or anywhere.
can one put an emulsion on top of a glossed wall?
tam that little diatribe was worthy of jamesy cotter.
you sound a bit bitter tam, wots wrong then? missus run off as she?
i would not take too much heed of the man that says "dig it up" a d.p.c. can be layed between the base and screed.
you are brushing the base and it has not been screeded yet? god help your builder!
you are refering to the floor scread? it,s normal to raise cement like dust whilst brushing a screed floor, treat it with a coat of weak p.v.a..
yes, it seems that to be illeterate will be an advantage in the present downturn of the economy. dryliners in essex are looking forward to the new...
don,t forget to go out to the shed or hoke about in the cupboard every week to invert the tin.
100 mm. ringed wire nails, but make sure they are galvanised.
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