> I'm re-doing the bathroom over the next few weeks (months?) and this
> includes a builder knocking a big hole in the wall to extend the
> See the plan in the attached JPEG. I'm not sure how accurate the builder
> be in making the hole the right size (going to ask today) but I envisage
> gap between where the stud wall and the existing brick wall. I'm
> it's brick - 100 year old stone cottage, looks about a brick thick.
> How would you go about filling that gap? All the walls in the bathroom
> be tiled but I'd probably like to "make it good". A piece of wood would
> obvious but can you plaster/tile over that? I guess is depends how big
> gap is :-) Maybe a very long thin strip of plasterboard? Even, so
> still be a gap - mortar for the bulk of the gap with plaster on top?
> Thanks, Rob.
Didnt want to spoil your thread by replying again to your second posting
It came through fine on news.btopenworld, so as I consider this service
to be typical
of "most", the comment of some is incorrect in saying attachments are a no
Hope you get your hole sorted - I would use P.U. foam, shave off surplus
finish with a plaster skim, but this may not be the tradesman's solution.