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Planning Permission for Log Cabins and Summer Houses

21st March 2012
Details on what's required for planning permission for Log cabins and Summer Houses I get asked all the time by customers whether or not they need planning permission for their garden buildings so I've put together some of the common answers I give. F... Read >
Author: ghardc

General Swimming Pool Advice

22nd October 2011
How To Build A Block Liner Inground Swimming Pool A pool is dug out either by a mechanical excavator or by hand, to the dimensions given in the All Swim construction guide. A concrete foundation 15" wide x 6" (380mm x 150mm deep) is laid around the per... Read >
Author: Ozum

Life After Death For Your Wheelie Bin

24th August 2011
Wheelie bins are made from plastic using a process known as injection moulding, the two main elements which are the head and body will be formed separately, and additional parts such as wheels, axle and hinges will of course be added to make a fully funct... Read >
Author: Simon Maddocks

Wedding Venue Ideas in Kenya

17th May 2011
You have been a bachelor or a spinster for long and you asking yourself what is the ideal age to get married.When that question is answered and you are through with the proposals, then you can start looking around for your ideal wedding venue. There are ... Read >
Author: Drey

Pergola Construction Plans For Easy DIY Projects

11th March 2011
Pergola construction plans provide the blueprint for a do it yourself pergola, helping you save few thousands over comparable ready made pergolas. They usually include graphics and measures for you to cut and shape all the main posts, beams and joists acc... Read >
Author: Andy Finn

Building & Replacing Fireplaces

23rd December 2010
How to replace a fireplace Removing a fireback is a messy job, so empty the room as far as feasible and cover any remaining items with dust sheets. Wear old clothes and a dust mask and lay additional dust sheets over the hearth along with the floor aroun... Read >
Author: Smithy

Parking Ticket Law and Yellow Lines and Signs

02nd November 2010
In the UK parking enforcement is generally by lines and signs shown in streets. Why do I emphasize lines and signs? It's because you cannot have signs which enforce a parking restriction without lines indicating which part of the street the parking limit... Read >
Author: parkingticketexpert

London Loft Conversions: Is my Home Suitable for Conversion?

14th June 2010
London Loft Conversions are an increasingly popular way for homeowners to expand the useable space within their house without going through all of the hassle and expense of moving. But how do you know whether your loft is suitable for conversion? The e... Read >
Author: jamesagold

How to erect hoarding around a construction site

26th May 2010
Hoarding is done around a construction site to protect the public and ensure safety. This ensures that also workers are protected when work is going on. This is done by erecting a barrier around the home and adhering to local authority by laws. it is impo... Read >
Author: Andrew Karundu

Private Eye - The Truth About Becoming A Private Eye

11th June 2008
The world of the private eye offers people an opportunity to experience lots of variety in their job but becoming a private eye is not as easy as many are led to believe. In this article, we'll list six avenues you can explore if you're planning to bec... Read >
Author: Dean Caporella
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