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    How much would it cost to replace the glass on a panel door? The glass got damaged recently and i would like to get it replaced.

    Asked by Tobi on 14th Jan 2020

    What are the costs and considerations involved for materials and labour to install a cat flap into a double glazed patio door which has a glass width of 400mm please?

    Asked by Mai on 3rd Jan 2020

    What tradesman would I need to install a ‘petwalk’ pet door in masonry wall? It also needs electricity connection.

    Asked by Jennifer on 7th Dec 2019

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    How much will it cost to get silicone around a bath and shower tray?

    Asked by Rohit on 25th Nov 2019

    Hello all, I am looking into putting up shelves in some shallow alcoves (approximately a metre wide). They are located close to my living room fireplace. Would it be sufficient to use floating shelves or would I need brackets? I intend to use these as bookshelves, so there will be some weight to them. Advice on this would be brilliant!

    Asked by Greg on 23rd Oct 2019

    Hello, I am looking to install some small bathroom fixtures, toilet roll holder, towel rack, etc on the walls of my bathroom. The walls have already been tiled, so I want to be sure that I can drill through correctly without getting any damage to the tiles themselves. I have been told that using a low torque setting for a drill and using masking tape around the tile can be an effective way. How would be the best way for me to drill through the tiles? Thanks

    Asked by MRS DAKIRI on 20th Oct 2019

    Hi all, We have moved into a new property and are in the process of renovation currently – which includes removing the old skirting boards to replace with newer style skirting boards instead. Our main concern with removing the skirting boards is the radiator pipes that intersect with them and some micro pipes running along the boards. How can we remove the skirting boards safely without causing any damage to the piping work? Any suggestions would be great to hear about!

    Asked by carole on 17th Sep 2019

    How much does it cost to clear gutters at the front of my house?

    Asked by Sue on 11th Sep 2019

    We want to install an indoor climbing wall to our child's bedroom. What kind of tradesperson would we need? Is it simply a handyman? Or do we need a specialist? We want to ensure the wall can hold enough weight to last until teens (if they still want it then). Any advice would be appreciated.

    Asked by Ceara on 28th Jul 2019

    I want to install a new clothing rack in a bedroom which will hang from the slanted roof side of the room. At the lowest point is about 1 metre from the floor and about 2 metres at the highest point, the angle is roughly 45 degrees too – so it seems an ideal size for a rack. I am planning on having joins that hold the rail every half metre or so, to distribute the weight - the length of the rail will be around 2 metres long. Are there any reinforcements for the weight or other adjustments I might need to install the clothing rail on my slanted roof?

    Asked by Catherine on 28th Jun 2019
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