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Wet rooms can be installed in almost any space in the home, on both timber and solid bases. A large bathroom can be converted into a spacious open plan wet room with a bath and a walk-in shower area, while a smaller space can easily be turned into a
Sorry, I read a lot about how to make my subfloors flat when I was installing laminate, and I never heard anything about sand. Maybe you can seek out the HD guy who mentioned it and ask him where he heard about it? I ultimately made my wood subfloors
When you discover water in your basement it is natural to think that you have a basement leak; that water is somehow finding its way through your foundation wall. When your basement is unfinished and there is water on the floor and no evidence of a l
I have a large ( 16' x 16' ) thick slab concrete patio that is pouted in 8 x 8 blocks. it has significant spalling and some settling. The concrete is 6" thick and situation in such a way that tearing out the concrete would not be ideal ( not to menti
just bought a house where we've got an existing concrete slab porch that is 12" above the adjoining sidewalk and it does not have a step. We want to add in a large 6" tall x 3' wide x 11' long slab that will act both as the new step to the porch and
I am building a building in Indonesia. It's using RC-frame construction. My builders don't have much expertise, nor do I
Wow guys, give me a break here. This job is for my mother (aka - free labor) and the Pergola is not an "intentional" afterthought. She got the Patio redone last month and for structural reasons, and was so happy with how it turned out that she ended
Hi, We have lived in our street for over 6 years and we have a large drive, so usually park both cars in it. My hubby moved my car a few weeks ago, to get his car out and parked my car over the road, no residents parking, yellow lines etc. I didn't u
1 Choose a concrete mix with the right aggregate for the job. Aggregate is an additive - usually sand or stone - added to the cement mix to make it cheaper. For a very thin coat, you should choose a small aggregate
When making concrete it's important to use the correct concrete mixing ratios to produce a strong, durable concrete mix. To make concrete there are four basic materials you need: portland cement, sand, aggregate (stone), and water. The ratio of aggre