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    Hi, I do a decent amount of pointing and I'm just wondering if pointing guns are worth it and if anyone could reccomdend the best ones?

    Asked by Patrick on 31st Mar 2020

    Can you please recommend a good supplier of NHL Lime 2 or 3.5 for use in traditional brick laying. Ideally I would like to locate a supplier in Scotland.

    Asked by Laura on 1st Sep 2019

    Hi I am planning on getting a wall built soon. I already have materials for the builder to use (bricks, cement, sand and footing), which should be enough. The wall will need to be 7m long and 2.5m tall. Would anyone be able give me an idea of the approximate time it would take to complete? Or how much it would cost for the builder’s labour and time? Many thanks

    Asked by Everson on 4th Mar 2019

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    Hi all I am working on building my own brick barbecue at the moment. I have a completed base of concrete and now trying to sort a good mortar mix. I’ve been told to use a ratio of 6:2:1 of sand:lime:cement, but does not seem to have turned out as I had hoped which dries exceptionally quickly and does not bind with the bricks to stick together. Has anyone any advice or suggestions? Should I try a different ratio for the mix?

    Asked by khalid on 25th Feb 2019

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