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    Looking for a Timber base quote please for a 12x8 Pent summer house - very basic. Also need a quote for a wooden bar. How much should I expect?

    Asked by Gemma on 5th Jul 2020

    our deeds don't specify who owns the adjoining fence with neighbour. We own back and right side as it adjoins a footpath. The posts and rails are on our side. Neighbour has pinned new feather edge boarding onto the existing using screwst leaving screws sticking through on our side . If this fence turns out to be ours and we need to replace how do we stand especially as the panels on the other side belong to the neighbour.

    Asked by Jane on 4th Jul 2020

    Can my neighbour cut our boundary hedge without my permission?

    Asked by Marcia on 25th Jun 2020

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    Is it possible to replace just a few rotten decking joists and reuse the decking boards I'm all for recycling

    Asked by Craig on 16th Jun 2020

    Hello, I'd like to make some improvements to my small garden but I am not sure what the best option is. Currently, my garden is covered with paving slabs; it suited my needs for a long while but now I'd like it to have a bit more of a natural look and feel. I'd very much like having real grass, but due to my age, I'd not be able to take care of it. Therefore synthetic/artifical grass is my only option. I did some research and I believe I have two options: 1. Cover the paving slabs with underlay and place the synthetic grass on top of it or 2. Remove the paving slabs and place the synthetic grass. Options 1 appears to be the easiest, but the cost of grass and underlay is high and I'd assume it would not have the soft feel. Options 2 appears to be more labour consuming and possibly the cost would higher than option one. If the paving slabs are removed, is it necessary to lay Sub-Base and Laying Course? Thank you Eva

    Asked by Eva on 6th Jun 2020

    Hi. I'm looking to have 2 sections of our garden decked using composite. The first would be 1.5 x 3.5 m and the second 3 x 3 m in size. The garden is flat. Are you able to provide a rough estimate on how much roughly that would cost? Thank you.

    Asked by Mel on 4th Jun 2020

    Hi We would like to have my garden fenced. We worked out that we would need 4 fences on the right Side , 7 fences at the back , 5 fences on the left side and 3 at the front plus a gate ( 6ft fences ). Plus wooden post. We are trying to work out the budget to have it done or to do it ourselves. Thanks

    Asked by Adeline on 24th May 2020

    Hi can I put fence paint on decking after I’ve stained it

    Asked by Benny on 22nd May 2020

    Can I put my new inflatable hot tub on top of my decking or does it need to be on the stone paving instead?

    Asked by lauren on 20th May 2020

    Hi everyone, is there something I can buy to restore decking? I want to bring it back to life but I have concerns that its just too far gone. I don’t have any power tools, I’ve never done any DIY before.

    Asked by Luke on 20th May 2020
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