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    ian33a reacted to ortogo's post in the thread Suggestions for future heating system with Like Like.
    Hope my recent experience might be of interest, in 2018 I completed the self build of our latest house a dormer bungalow of 2250 sq ft...
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    ian33a reacted to MARK.B.'s post in the thread Suggestions for future heating system with Like Like.
    For those waiting for the change over to a new Energy supplier I just got my new tariff from Octopus ,to be honest i thought it would be...
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    ian33a reacted to nickds1's post in the thread Suggestions for future heating system with Like Like.
    We did an eco build 16 years ago and the GSHP supplying all heating and hot water was part of that. We buy our electricity from an 100%...
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    ian33a replied to the thread Britain's Best Woodworker.
    As an ex electronics engineer who is willing to have a go at most practical things, so many youngsters these days don't have jobs with...
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    ian33a reacted to MichaelAD's post in the thread Britain's Best Woodworker with Like Like.
    My OH and I watch all of these type shows...it passes as 'light entertainment' for us. Normally we get a 'Series link' to programmes we...
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    ian33a replied to the thread Britain's Best Woodworker.
    Surprisingly better programme than I was expecting. My wife and I quite enjoyed it. For most watchers, were it just about wood working...
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    ian33a reacted to JSW's post in the thread Britain's Best Woodworker with Like Like.
    I thought this was seriously impressive, anyone who can knock out a laminated curved roof on a rock solid double bed in two days gets my...
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    ian33a replied to the thread Double Glazing or not?.
    As a rule of thumb, yes, different thicknesses and gaps, in combination, provide attenuation and so suppress sound transmission. It...
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    ian33a replied to the thread Double Glazing or not?.
    That's it : purists will pay. Most people want practicality and wont. We're seriously considering moving next year. I'd love something...
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    ian33a replied to the thread Double Glazing or not?.
    Exactly (I agree totally with you - acoustic glass mentioned in a previous post by me) , I was told that this make up would work by the...
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    ian33a replied to the thread Double Glazing or not?.
    Not totally true , but largely so: For triple glazing to be close to effective with an argon fill you will need 4-12-4-12-4 = 36mm...
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    ian33a replied to the thread Double Glazing or not?.
    if these panes are angled toward direct sunlight they will suffer more thermal and uv stress than units which face away. Repeated...
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    ian33a reacted to RobinBHM's post in the thread Double Glazing or not? with Like Like.
    its purpose is to remove residual moisture trapped into the unit during manufacture.
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    ian33a reacted to Phil Pascoe's post in the thread Double Glazing or not? with Like Like.
    We used to drive past an estate agent's window with a sign saying "We can cure your condensation problems for just £499" I used to say...
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    ian33a replied to the thread Double Glazing or not?.
    It was along the lines of what I thought Phil TBH. So many companies have massive manufacturing runs done in the same way that they have...
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