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    Hi, We are looking at houses and a couple in the home reports mention spalling brickwork. Is there anyway when we view a property to know how bad/deep the damage goes? Are there any warning signs we should look for? For example, one today had a section about 1m by 4m that had three bricks that were missing their fronts. Should we just assume it would be a complete replacement job? Can this affect the structural integrity of the house as well? Thank you!

    Asked by Isabelle on 13th Apr 2021

    We have a listed grade 2 house built in 1850's. Over the years previous owners varnished and painted the internal bathstone windows (all 9 of them) . I have painstakingly worked on getting this off (so far done 3). There is damage, not just on the joints but all over including the top curves. How do I get a really nice repair finish without it looking bodged??

    Asked by Martyn on 13th Apr 2021

    As the weather gets warmer I'll be spending more time in my conservatory and I want to make sure it's safe. How do I maximise security for a conservatory?

    Asked by Kamil on 13th Apr 2021

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    Can the colour you paint a guttering help with its longevity? For example, some colours reflect the sun more and some absorb heat more, so could colours on a gutter that reflect more heat mean they’ll experience less heat damage and last longer? Or will these benefits be negligible?

    Asked by Patrick on 12th Apr 2021

    How can I maximise safety on a composite-based deck?

    Asked by Christian on 12th Apr 2021
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