Some Local Authorities don't allow "Permitted Development" on new builds. As you say, for a National Park, wise to check.gidon":1qw8i3bh said:Thanks Les, Steve. Good point I would need to check - since we're on Dartmoor national park.
+1jimi43":3nf8wal5 said:I was addicted to watching it because it was funny...but that's about it.
Four (or was it five) blokes, about £30,000 and they still managed to build a stud wall four inches too long! :roll:
Axminster must have been rubbing their hands too!
Oh...and no dust extraction so that CD player should last about 2 hours in my estimation.
If that is all we can produce with a vague connection to the channel name "shed" then I feel quite ashamed at British producers...
You're dead right - QUEST (which you can also get with a Freeview box) started re-running this series a few days ago. They're playing two episodes between 18.00-19.00 each week-day. Unfortunately, you've just missed the visits to the workshops of Ian Dalziel and Alan Holtham. There's not much left to do... On Friday, I think they'd just finished covering the roof and were beginning to look at insulating the building?shipbadger":29t1pa0p said:I seem to remember they've been showing a couple of episodes at a time on Quest. May be worth checking. They show a lote of what has already been shown on Discovery channels on this channel.
That also sounds like he's nailing it through the thin edge, if he's doing it "correctly" (at least, the way I was taught) - that's the best way to split featheredge boarding without using an axe! :roll:chippy1970":dkrazi7t said:The best bit was how he fitted the featheredge boarding only nailing it at the top then covering the nail with the bottom of the next board. He thought this was great and that he had hidden all the nails only problem doing it that way is that your whole shed will curl up and look s**t within no time at all :roll: :roll: