Timber length conversion table

Timber length conversion table

12 Nov 2014

When ordering timber for DIY and building projects customers use imperial measurements, feet and inches, and metric measurements, metres (m) and millimetres (mm). Most timber is sold in 0.3m increments. This is a result of the timber industry

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How to calculate areas, part 2

How to calculate areas, part 2

29 Oct 2014

Knowing how to calculate areas is an important task when planning your DIY or building project   Last time we discussed how to calculate areas of basic shapes, the square, the rectangle, the triangle and the circle. Click here to read

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Types of filler

Types of filler

15 Oct 2014

There are lots of different types of filler available. Here is a guide to some of the fillers we sell and their uses to help you select the right filler for your DIY or building project.   All purpose filler Available in powder to

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How to calculate areas, part 1

How to calculate areas, part 1

01 Oct 2014

Knowing how to calculate areas is an important task when planning your DIY or building project.   You might want to know a given area for many reasons. For instance, You want to know the surface area of a wall to calculate the

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Replacement Windows for Conservation Areas

Replacement Windows for Conservation Areas

24 Sep 2014

A lot of properties in our area are old and are situated within Conservation Areas. Window sizes in older properties do not conform to standard off the shelf sizes. Also, careful consideration needs to be given to the choice of style and colou

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