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December 13, 2013, 1:50 pm
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-25365618 What with the government discouraging any more on-shore wind farms, and commercial firms backing out of offshore arrays for various reasons, it seems th... Read more »
December 13, 2013, 1:01 pm
Plumbers do actually have a sense of humour! Recently sighted vans; Plumb & Plumber. And the all female Here Plumb the girls. -- Dave - The Medway Handyman www.medwayhandyman.co.uk Read more »
December 13, 2013, 12:59 pm
Hi all, I have a kitchen in which there is virtually nowhere to site a regular radiator. I just wondered if it would be feasible to install underfloor heating, just where the floor is exposed. I... Read more »
December 13, 2013, 11:03 am
Bulb in swmbo's Miele integrated microwave blew. Pull the whole caboodle ou t of the cupboard. Remove about 10 screws and slide off the outer sleeve to gain access to the bulb. This has to be a ba... Read more »
December 13, 2013, 10:28 am
I have often thought it would be useful for monitoring purposes to be able to see how many hours the central heating is running for on a day by day basis. This would show the effect of thermostat... Read more »
December 13, 2013, 9:56 am
Just purchased an(other) no-name IP camera from Amazon. The first I got last year has been great - well worth £30. Anyway this one is slightly different. I never use the IE OCX, just the camera... Read more »
December 13, 2013, 8:12 am
We've got a 1984-built extension in the house we've just bought. We've noticed that the joists are a bit bouncy. Someone who I won't name has suggested that the joists are 4x2 and are in imminent... Read more »
December 13, 2013, 8:06 am
The kitchen TV has been showing signs of increasing illness and yesterday it sadly died, its internal fuse had blown. I pulled it apart to take a look, replaced the fuse and found the screen driv... Read more »
December 13, 2013, 7:17 am
Usually they're fairly accurate, but I just bought 5 litres whose colour is almost exactly correct when first applied, but which then dries to a much lighter shade. Usually emulsion paint *darkens... Read more »
December 13, 2013, 4:41 am
I wish to fix a 100mm plastic pipe into a garden vac to enable using a trai ling hose. The opening exists in the Vac,'s plastic (?) shroud and I have a short length of plastic pipe to make the con... Read more »
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Which cheap circular saw? Going to need it about 6 times over next 2 weeks, then probably twice a year max after that. W/C 22nd Sept, Aldi are doing a Power Craft circular saw with laser guide for ... Read more »
Our helpful horses have broken one of the paving slabs around our pond, it's a wierd shaped one so I'd like to repair it rather than replace it. It's a 'rustic' cement slab about 1.5 thick and a piec... Read more »
We're looking at buying a house where the windows were replaced in March 2002. The owner says that this was before the building regs came into force and therefore they do not need to comply with the ... Read more »
I've bought a 72cm plaster ceiling rose that I want to fit in a room. It came without fitting instructions and is very heavy (~8.7kg). If anyone has any experience fitting heavy roses I'd very much a... Read more »
Hi Our large extension has an asphalt flat roof. Presently, it has some splits and blisters so I have hired a contractor to rework the asphalt. His recommendation is that I should then paint the roof... Read more »
Having a very small shower room, we are looking to replace our current shower with a 900cm quadrant shower enclosure. We do not really want the door to open out into the room so we have looked at ... Read more »
I'm about to drill (SDS drill, new 8mm masonry bit) into one of the concrete panels of my sectional garage. In the past, drilling holes through the wall has always resulted in the inner surface br... Read more »
Hello, all I am thinking of using travertine tiles in my kids’ bathroom. However, I’ve been hearing different stories about whether you need to treat the tiles, how often, how toxic the treatm... Read more »
Hi, Wondering if anyone happens to have a pdf or the like of the user manual for this boiler? Just rented a flat that has one installed but no user manual. Any help greatly appreciated as it's cold... Read more »
Hello and Happy New Year! Just before the Festive Season we had a power cut and our Honeywell ST699 central heating timer reset itself. I imagine there is an old NiCad battery in there which has popp... Read more »