Just watching Dick Strawbridge trying to put pipes through walls in his
Chateau and being defeated by rubble filled cavity walls with the rubble
jamming the core drill.
Would this work: Drill smaller hole into cavity and inject liquid plaster of
paris. When set, drill larger cored hole.
No, do it the old way. Take a piece of steel pipe, hacksaw one end
to a saw tooth shape. Then using a 6lb club hammer drive it through the
wall, twisting it as you go through. Retooth as necessary. Takes a few
hours to get through a 6ft thick wall, but it works! BTDTGTTS.
On Tue, 07 Jun 2016 20:55:43 +0100, Andrew Mawson wrote:
I can see Dick and his missus splitting up over this project. They've
bitten off far more than they can chew with the limited funds they have
available and she is already clearly not helping with her daft ideas on
what jobs to prioritise.
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