Monthly Archives: October 2012

Insulating the Walls

Having completed the roof, just the walls to do! We had a major design issue with the walls and getting a solution acceptable to Building Control to meet the Scottish regulation relating to fire propagation in a cavity.  The BCO … Continue reading

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Insulating the Roof Complete

Well the roof insulation is complete at last.  Seems to have taken ages; in fact it has at about 5 weeks! Way over what I estimated. Still it is done now and looks really good.  The rest of the Velux … Continue reading

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Weather – my Enemy

Just came across this on the BBC Weather Site  Explains my problems in a nutshell except I don’t really remember the dry start to September! Oh and this

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Slow Progress

It has not been a good year to be doing anything outside – least of all building.  I’m sure we had not had a dry 24Hrs for months until last week when we managed about 3 days dry. We have … Continue reading

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Progress Report

This is a belated entry with some photos of what has been going on. You can see the completed Oak Frame here. The SIP (structurally Insulated Panels) are going on. The rear part is complete and the steel rafter panels … Continue reading

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