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Old 11-06-2015, 07:16 PM   #21
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Looking good mate, the membrane wants to go on the cold side (so it is facing the brickwork)
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Old 11-06-2015, 10:44 PM   #22
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Looking good mate, the membrane wants to go on the cold side (so it is facing the brickwork)
Cheers, definitely a breathable one?

Got more framing done tonight after work




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Cheers, definitely a breathable one?
You can use either, I personally just prefer to use a breathable one as plastic sheeting can sweat if you know what I mean and from memory they work out about same price wise. chances are you won't have any problems anyway, as you say you have air bricks behind the stud work and you're putting in plenty of insulation in.
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Looking good but are you planning on boxing the boiler flue in? If you are make sure you put an access panel in so when it's serviced the engineer can check it.
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Stud work Almost finished now




Just need a couple more lengths of cls then the insulation

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Old 13-06-2015, 11:02 PM   #26
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Looks good buddy nice work
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Looking good but are you planning on boxing the boiler flue in? If you are make sure you put an access panel in so when it's serviced the engineer can check it.
The boiler is getting moved into the garage next week, so the flue won't be there
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Looks great. Those tyres don't look as though they belong to the RS though
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Looks great. Those tyres don't look as though they belong to the RS though
One set does (the original alloys, and the thee 2 are a set of winter tyres for my daughters mini and a set of winter tyres for my old fiesta.
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Insulation in


Plasterboarding started




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