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WOODEN SUNDECK BUILT IN FOREST HILLS DURBAN

12th February 2013
This sun deck we made was an addition to a sun deck we carried out last year. This client originally made a 20 odd square metre deck off the front of his granny flat. It was then decided to extend the sun deck around the corner to tie up with the kitchen ... Read >
Author: Brendon Tasso

Shed Roof: Tips For An Ideal Design

22nd July 2011
Shed roof designs appear in various shapes, sizes and charges. The planning which you decide could rely on your skills as a carpenter along with the time that you're prepared to devote in the construction of your DIY shed. Whether you're going to creat... Read >
Author: Larry Pearson

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

PVC Terrace Fasteners

22nd November 2010
There are far more selections for your outdoor deck than ever prior to. A long time ago there had been extremely few options and most builders utilized pressure treated pine for their out of doors decks. This choice, more than time, left numerous homeowne... Read >
Author: Arnulfo Greer

Things To Know About Mezzanine Floors

26th May 2010
There are many benefits and advantages of using mezzanine floors, whether it is in a warehouse or wherever. In fact a warehouse design is not complete without a mezzanine floor, since such floors are durable and easy to maintain. It is worth noting that m... Read >
Author: Kim Cascio

PVC Deck Installation

24th March 2010
There are more choices for your outdoor deck than ever before. Years ago there were very few choices and most builders utilized pressure treated pine for their outdoor decks. This choice, over time, left many homeowners quite unhappy. But the decking indu... Read >
Author: Lukas

Installing a New Damp-Proof Course ? Putting in a Physical Barrier

08th February 2010
There are essentially two ways of introduĀ¬cing a new damp-proof course into an existing wall, but only one of these methods - inserting a new physical memĀ¬brane DPC into the wall is certain to cure rising damp in all circumstances. This is often referre... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

Guide to HO Scale Model Railroad Trains 4 x 8 Foot Benchwork

24th November 2009
Building bench-work for the first time for your model railroad is an exciting moment! To create a good first layout for HO scale model trains, a great way to start is with a basic plan for 4 x 8 foot bench-work. You are essentially building a table from a... Read >
Author: Joe Kanooga

Stages of House Construction

28th January 2009
When having a new home built, there are several stages of construction that are reached as the builder progresses. The most familiar term is that a home is built to lock-up stage. But what does this actually mean? It simply means that all the window, wall... Read >
Author: Mel C

Soundproofing on a budget

02nd April 2008
Soundproofing your home does not have to cost a fortune. If you are under new construction we all know that money it tight. There are many common hardware store items that can be used for soundproofing that won't break the bank. Most people don't thin... Read >
Author: Dr.BobO

Secret soundproofing techniques uncovered!

19th January 2008
It seems like the big guys never want to tell you their so-called "Secrets of Soundproofing". That sort of sounds like a self-help book doesn't it? Here at Soundproofing America we know that the more knowledge our customers have the easier it is to discus... Read >
Author: DrBobOrther
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