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    How risky is it to leave an upstairs bedroom open when no one is home during the day time? Do burglars try and enter upstairs windows very often or is this an unlikely occurrence? The bedrooms can get very warm during the day especially in the summer months unless a window is kept open.

    Asked by Joyce on 18th Sep 2020

    Hello, I have a bungalow which has a small extension to the side running the length of the property. The flat roof on the extension is knackered. I want to take it all off and re-do the extension properly by building and replacing all the windows etc. Where the original house was the guttering is still on it and the flat roof is under the guttering. When i build the side extension do i need to keep this guttering or can i raise the roof a little and have it so the rain water runs straight off the house roof onto the flat roof then into the gutter of the flat roof? If not what else coudl i do?

    Asked by Pete on 18th Sep 2020

    We had a real stone fire place build. When we light the wood the fire is amazing, but we get smoke in the above bedroom. What would you suggest?

    Asked by Will on 18th Sep 2020

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    The start of the run of a garden fence starts just a foot alongside my brick wall If I replace the list should I have a membrane between the wall and the post so that the postcrete doesn’t bind with the wall below ground ?

    Asked by Barry on 18th Sep 2020

    I have lots of old wooden planks from a decking that was disassembled years ago. Long story short, some of them never made it to the tip and they’ve just been sitting in the shed. I would like to make something with them as a DIY project, might as well put them to use. Is there anything I’ll need to do first to ensure that they are not harmful, infested with bugs, etc.? They look fine on the surface but I want to be sure. What should I treat the wood with before using it as construction material for household fittings?

    Asked by Adam on 17th Sep 2020

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