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Finally got started on the extension!


MikeGrahamT21

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So after 2 years since the planning permission was granted, and a 2month delay from the builders I'm finally underway on what will be the last major building work on this bungalow.

 

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Having real trouble finding a joiner who's available to do the roof, so I may end up having to do that myself. The one bit i'm unsure on having never done a lean-to roof before, the wood plate which goes on the wall, is it fixed using thunderbolts?

 

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Bit more progress...

 

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Roof design has had to be changed, a straight lean to roof just won't fit under the existing eaves, so its going to have to have a hip on the front to make it all fit I think, see what the roofer reckons.

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