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Seti-Yeti

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  10. Oh, so you're the people that made me grumpy.... I had my eye on August but you beat me to it. (drop me a line if you get bored with it )
  11. I was about to suggest a drip bar but the groove will do just as well. As for GRP on wood roof... hmmmm, I'd not. Wood expands naturally and in effect "breathes", GRP doesn't. As a result the two will part company. My cabin roofs were T&G but caulked in the gaps to allow for movement. SikaFlex is good at this job. They were then covered with a canvas type material fixed with a flexible rubber based glue. Tough enough for foot traffic, waterproof AND flexible.
  12. Yep, I concur. Error in sum. I'd annualise the quadrennial costs as well and factor in Alan's painting advise.
  13. I've tweeted to a NB community. Fingers crossed...
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  15. Multiply your prospective bid by 1.44 to get the purchase price...
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