As I write this the UK is in the biggest energy crisis of a generation. One serious consideration for many is a wood burning stove. They’re relatively cheap and many people have an abundant free fuel supply. But what about the emissions? THINK OF THE CHILDREN!! OK, I went down the rabbit hole…Continue reading “Emissions from Wood Burning Stoves”
Are you considering installing a wood burning stove? They’re not for everyone so it’s important you go in to this with your eyes wide open. Used wrongly they cause pollution and could end up costing you more money that you save. Used correctly the emissions are minimal and you could save a fortune.Continue reading “Wood Burning Stoves for Beginners”
Do you have a shower or bath with old, black, mouldy silicone? Is the silicone damaged and is the shower leaking as a result? Sometimes the best bet is to start again – this means removing all the old silicone and re-applying new silicone properly. Today we’ll look at how to properly re-silicone a mouldy shower.Continue reading “How to Re-Silicone a Mouldy Shower”
This is a little video showing you how I fill small holes and marks in plasterboard using 2-part filler. 2-part resin fillers have a lot of advantages over traditional ready-mixed fillers and I’ll explain a bit more about this later on.
This is just a quick repair to a back gate that wouldn’t lock and wasn’t hanging straight. I had to re-attach the gate post in to the wall properly and fit a new lock.
Have you ever been damp? I mean, in your walls? Have you ever had damp walls? Today I’m doing some skirting board repair.
I don’t normally do this sort of work but it was for a regular customer. Today I’m ripping out an old cast iron downpipe and replacing it with a new plastic hopper and downpipe.
Today I’m in another Victorian property where a new damp proof course has been installed. In such situations the skirting / baseboard needs re-fitted afterwards, often to walls that are now a different shape.