The customer wants the shed door replaced with a new one. It turns out it’s cheaper to make one, custom build.
So let’s get to work. Having taken the measurements of the shed door opening, l go to get the materials from MKM.
I make the door using tung n groove plain sawn timber glueing the lengths together and clamping them tightly.
Now book in a convenient time with the customer to hang the door.
There is a few more things to do like fitting the bracing to the door and the lock. But also l can cut and trim the door to fit the shed opening as l know its not square.
There, job done. Just need to weather proof the timber.
This hole, to in a stud wall needs to be filled. The best way to deal with this is cut out a square area around the hole. As the wall has a cavity there is nothing for any filler to stick to.
Once l have cut out and removed l fix some wooden battens behind, this will give a support for the new plaster board to fit into. Now a quick coat of plaster. Once the plaster is dry give a sanding to prep for painting, you won’t even know it was there.
Handyman services for the small jobs that others won’t do.
The customer wanted to tile around the kitchen cooking hob.
So here we go. I’ve made a start having prepared the area.
Next to carry on and leave for the adhesive to dry.
Now time to grout, which is a light grey and finished off with a trim to go around the edge.
Nice job, looks great and the customer is very pleased.
In the box, the components for the Home Multi Gym. The instructions mention that it should take 4/5 hours to assemble. So start the stopwatch!
In the box.
Five hours, not too bad, better to do a good job than to rush.
Completed in five hours
The landlord wanted the old fireplace covered over. After removing the old fire unite the opening is revealed.
Plasterboard is measured out & used to cover the opening fixing to the sides.
A skim plaster is applied and leveled to the existing fireplace surface and left to dry out. Four coats of white paint are then painted over.
There, job is done. Just need to finish off the hearth. I would advise adding an air vent to allow the chimney to breathe and prevent damp.
Just need a paint of stain and weather sealing. Looking smart.
Having taken the chimney down in the roof, we make a start on removing the chimney breast from the 1st floor inorder to take out the brick wall. A dusty dirty job but someone’s got to do it.
The old broken tiles on this fireplace need replacing.
So let’s get to it and remove the old tiles and cut out some of the cement to make some depth.
Having removed any high rises we’re ready to add and level off the adhesive and place the tiles with a 5mm gap around each tile.
Leaving the adhesive to dry for 24 hours, we’re ready to grout, which the customer wants in black.
After a sponging over lightly to remove any excess grout, l leave to dry a little more before running a 15mm rounded trowel over the grout between the tiles.
With a dry cloth time to polish off. Job done. Looks great.
The original floor boards where so damaged that they needed to be replaced. Because there is a carpet going down the cheapest material to use in 18mm chipboard. Just be very careful to mark where the pipes lay.
The customer wished to have the TV cable hidden and then to wallpaper the wall.
Nice photo taken on me taking the bricks out to widen a doorway through to the garage.
The door frame is attached and the new Suffolk solid internal door is furnished & hung.
Sill added to make step up to floor level in main room.
Frame and new plaster skim applied.
RS Industrial Services office re furniture commission. Nice view.