The customer wants the rotten timbers replacing with new boards to the front of his shed.
So let’s get to it, take some measurements and get the timber from JT Atkinson builders merchants. Having removed the old boards from the front I can see that the timber frame is also rotten along the base and up the 3×2 stud work. I will have to cut the old and replace with new.
The 3×2 frame is rotten along the base and up the vertical studs.
There now it’s time to fit the boards to match in with the existing Shiplap.
Job done, including using up the leftover shiplap board and replacing it on the door to match in.
Now to get the rotten timber to the skip. All in a day’s work.
Enappsys Ltd have moved to their new office and have rather a lot of office furniture to assemble as it’s all flat pack! Over 50 items to assemble, tables & office chairs, cabinets & cupboards. Well, let’s make a start.
Two solid days to get this lot built. Job done.
Got shot of all the cardboard packing & boxes aswell. Good job!
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.
The customer wanted new laminate flooring put down and to replace the skirting, which is a good idea to hide the edging of the laminate floor as a gap should always be left at the edge to slow for expansion.
The old laminate flooring and skirting is removed.
As you can see the leak had affected the laminate flooring, so time to replace. The customer wanted floor tiles and for the pipes to be boxed in under the towel rail.
Once l had the tiles stuck down, l was ready to grout.
I boxed in the pipes read to tile over.
Nice job. Completed in a day and half. Floor tiling by Chris.
There was a small hole in the plaster board where the old heating pipes had been capped off. So cutting a square I fitted a new piece. Then a quick skim over with plaster. Much better.
The customer wanted to remove the large boxed in area under the window in order to make more space. I suggested moving the toilet & wash basin around so the waste from the toilet was closer to the down pipe. The supply to the basin was chased in which allowed the positioning to be directly under the window.
Removed the utilities & opened up the boxing in, to view the waste & supply.
I have already removed the toilet was, but you can see the down pipe. Once I was happy with the pipe work re design I boxed in as tight as possible and started tiling.
The customer wanted lino tiles place for the flooring so, I added some 5 mm ply as a clean surface to work on. Once I had placed the flooring tiles I continued with fitting the toilet & wash basin to the new positions.
Hi Chris. All looks great. The floor tiles just make a particular bold feature and the work you did on the sloped box just adds to the space. Happy customer.
I don’t like heights but this guttering is on a terraced house in Middlesbrough, so not too high. Cleared the debris all the way through to the down pipe.
Fitted this timber to the existing banister as the gap was too wide and dangerous for small children.
With a coat of paint and a bit of filling this will look smart.
I suggested we build a boarded fence at 6 foot high as a paneled fence was not wide enough. This now gives more privacy from a the neighbour.
Gave the decking a scrubbing down and re weathered proofed with a vanish. Looking good.
Completed the job fitting 32 metres of 7 inch skirting to this property in Thornaby. The detail under the bay window was fitted by cutting the board into segments to make the bend, then the gaps were filled with plaster to smooth off.