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Removing and Refitting Skirting Boards

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Removing and Refitting Skirting Boards

Introduction   There are many reasons why you might want to remove and refit skirting boards in the home. It could be that you want to freshen a room up or that y

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How to fit Tongue and Groove Wooden Cladding

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Wooden panelling is an attractive and hardwearing feature for many homes. Originally used as a means of insulation it soon developed into a craft that added detail and tex

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Repairing Window Putty

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Putty around windows is there, not only to hold in the glass; it serves the important function of keeping water out and prevents rotting of our wooden window frames.

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How to Repair Pebbledashed External Walls

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A pebbledash finish is a layer of shingle (pebbles) thrown against wet rendering so that it sticks. It became quite popular in the post-war-era as a cost effective and weathe

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How to Fit a Thermostatic Radiator Valve

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@media (min-width: 1200px){.featureBox .btn { min-width: auto !important }} Skill Level: Intermediate Introduction Thermostatic radiator valves (or TRV’s) are fittin

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