I was just faffing about with coloured packs to see what's what at the 4 corners but it's compounded by the fact I've got lumps of membrane on the bath lip. Need to take them off before I properly assess.
It's about 3mm on this corner. Brown insulating tape just to protect edge from getting covered in tanking.
Having finished the new build I am finally turning my attention to our own house, which is a 1970s bungalow. Some of the windows are the original timber framed single glazed units, and some have been replaced with what appear to be medium quality DG uPVC.
I'm looking to buy (supply only- I can fit them myself) windows to replace the old SG ones. They'll need to visually match the other replacements to a certain extent, although they are on different elevations and in different rooms so an exact match isn't necessary.
On the new house I went all out for 3G alu-clad, but I'm on a much tighter budget this time around.
The obvious solution is to pick up the phone to the local BM and get something from them (JeldWen?)- but is there anything else out there that I should know about?
If you can get SS shims under the offending feet then I would. You need the bath just floating over the tiles as, as you say, once its full of water there could be a lot of weight bearing down.
Its equally important to get the tiles completely flat all the way along that bath edge. You should be able to see down that side and get them spot on.