Bugger. That's almost worth the 200 mile round trip...
Ive got some reddish machibe tiles sutiable for about 10 sq meters of
low pitched roof sitting outside here in west suffolk, also free to
collector. Ben there for two years now and no one has half inched them
Also a slightly broken iron bed, suitable for spares - uou know, cast
iron victorian with knobs on, plus a decent single wooden bed of
Im gettin a skip in if no one does...
Oh, a couple of stained glass windos 50 squid each you collect...will
ebay those tho probly.
And a couple of tons of the not very rotten oak beams out of the old
house. Make me an offer.
| "The Natural Philosopher" wrote
| > There ought to be a permanet thread running 'building materials surplus
| > to requirements' and we just keep posting until they go..
| Okay. Anybody want a large quantity of asbestos roofing sheets ?
I'd be very grateful if someone would take away some floorboard squeaks I'm
trying to get rid of :-)
How much are you willing to pay? ;)
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| "Owain" wrote:
| >I'd be very grateful if someone would take away some floorboard squeaks
| >I'm trying to get rid of :-)
| How much are you willing to pay? ;)
Because of the age of the property I think they're imperial squeaks and had
rarity value; I was hoping someone with a new house would want to add some
On second thoughts, I'm not sure they're my squeaks to give away in the
first place. Might they be owned jointly by the flat downstairs? Does the
Party Wall Act apply to ceilings and squeaks?
PS As well as squeak, I have some bubble in the cold-water tank.
Mostly in the 6-8" area, some smaller, a few 10x10's. Length in general
about 2-3 meters.
West suffolk areea.
If interested I'll take some pikkies.
I was going to save them...but my reasoning is I haven't room to store
them, don't need all of them, and its probably better to sell them and
buy exactly what I want when I want it later on.
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