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    Just as a bit of an aside. If you have a...

    Just as a bit of an aside.

    If you have a 1900-1920 odd house that has black mortar, this was often made from the slag of ships & power station coal,
    which contained asbestos. Not quite as bad...
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    First off hope it's not old stuff as that needs...

    First off hope it's not old stuff as that needs to be tested for asbestos.

    Personally in a bathroom i'd just put up some new thin plasterboard over the lot and skim it.
  3. Yeah but one with absolutely NO SPEEDOS :rolleyes:

    Yeah but one with absolutely NO SPEEDOS :rolleyes:
  4. Depends how many similar are around :) A...

    Depends how many similar are around :)

    A handful, but not enough to be viable
    Enough to become a niche operation
    A sizable chunk to become mainstream.

    I suspect you are in the former...
  5. If the demographoc dictates LGBTQ then yes, why...

    If the demographoc dictates LGBTQ then yes, why not.

    It all comes down to the demographic of the clientel, so almost no variable is off the table if a buisness wants to be successful.
    That's...
  6. Thread: Wing size

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    Sometimes compromise can be a real advantage :) ...

    Sometimes compromise can be a real advantage :)

    My first wing was a Zeagle Tech, the one with the webbing matrix.
    Used it for singles, indie twins, manifolded twins, just about every config you...
  7. Thread: Wire loops

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    If the wire is sacrificial, does it need to be a...

    If the wire is sacrificial, does it need to be a wire loop? Could it be a wire hook instead?
    That would save time as no cutting needed.
  8. Thread: Wire loops

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    Do you mean meter tags? ...

    Do you mean meter tags?

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/5-METER-SECURITY-TAGS-SECURITY-SEALS-FOR-ELECTRIC-BOX-TAXIS-GAS-UK-FAST/143405404983?hash=item2163a0d337:g:GKkAAOSwIJlaSjN-
  9. Depending where you are actually based (ref the...

    Depending where you are actually based (ref the Portugal tag) check the T&C.
    Some policies are UK resident based or have the need for a UK address.

    Done a lot of group trips with UK Nationals...
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    It's ok I just needed the one wise man, so thanks...

    It's ok I just needed the one wise man, so thanks to Steve via PM i've now got the definative solution :)
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    If you look I actually liked your post because it...

    If you look I actually liked your post because it was helpful, nothing negative in my reply just pointing out what I said in my
    first post that it was a different size.

    If you want to take it...
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    Not insured and no contents of any value as such,...

    Not insured and no contents of any value as such, won't be using polystyrene.
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    Funnily enough that would look pretty good in the...

    Funnily enough that would look pretty good in the setting, but not sure where you got cheap from. if I thought insulated tin was expensive, jeeze thatch would kill :)
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    And i'm Not sure what you are on about. Got...

    And i'm Not sure what you are on about.

    Got some really good replies/ideas for what is an isolated old buiding that just needs a basic roof to keep the worst out.

    I suppose if i'd asked about...
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    This is a 10m x 5m unheated brick-walled and...

    This is a 10m x 5m unheated brick-walled and concrete floor building with loads of ventilation.

    It could be that the proposed tin roof won't have as bad a problem as the corrogated plastic, but...
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    Could you not create the form on excel then lock...

    Could you not create the form on excel then lock those blocks, leaving unlocked blocks to add your data?

    Can make any size for printing and should I would have thought also being excel, easier to...
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    Yeah that's the same principle as the...

    Yeah that's the same principle as the anti-condensation liner and using thinner celotex, so the latter is the way i'm leaning
    at the moment.
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    It's not got a great pitch, but to increase that...

    It's not got a great pitch, but to increase that would mean some quite major structural mods which would be way worse than living
    with a bit of condensation.

    Floor is concrete covered in red...
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    Yeah the current corrogated overhangs both sides...

    Yeah the current corrogated overhangs both sides anyway, so has an air gap and loads of ventilation, but it still gets drips.

    Stupid money again, but solution would seem to be an anti-condensation...
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    No heating, it's mainly storage and have used it...

    No heating, it's mainly storage and have used it for cutting 8x4 sheets from time to time.
    Currently have plastic corrogated roofing sheets, they are leaking in several places + can get...
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    That's pretty much what I was thinking...

    That's pretty much what I was thinking originally, just lay the celotex over the top, tape and lay tins over that.

    Metal box sections are running out at 5 m2 and 25mm celotex is about 3.50 m2...
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    :) :) Timber is timber and lining an...

    :)

    :)

    Timber is timber and lining an already insulated and sealed kit store with internal sepele doors (painted white) was a very smart, warm and cheap move :)
    As for the outside the same...
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    Should have said does anybody have any decent...

    Should have said does anybody have any decent suggestions, one that someone might actually use :p
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    Cheers Steve, no problem with access or safety,...

    Cheers Steve, no problem with access or safety, beams are 450 centers with noggins every 1m so the total unsupported is 0.45 x 1m easily
    sorted with tempoary 18mm ply or can even run a youngman...
  25. Thread: Diving in Thames

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    As Ian says whatever way you look at it this will...

    As Ian says whatever way you look at it this will be commercial.
    You'll need permits, have no end of security issues and need the right legal professional divers.

    No, PADI Advanced won't be...
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