This is truly a great addition to anybody’s garden, looks lovely, was it
expensive as I wouldn’t mind have one myself 8~}
Wanted to see inside! Boo! Cute structure though
Oh the genius of decking! What pretentious clap trap.
3-4 days build, 2 x joiners wages £950, timber £500, insulation £400, roof
£300, cedar clading £350, electrician £500, plaster board £100, bi fold
doors £1000, misc £500. total cost approx £4000 – £5000. customer probably
being invoiced for £10,000 – £13,000 lol mark up on these things are a
joke. £5k-8k profit for 3 days work. Im in the wrong game!
Built to rot. Set down into mud and not on post or footing of any kind. The
cement anchors are nice but wood set in mud rots.
Awesome and Genius..
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the first time he said joiner, i legit thought he said vagina haha
Er…is that a wooden frame sitting directly on the ground?!
7:36 Where are you going, Martyn? There’s nothing over there just the
corner of the garden!
would you need planning permission for this?
I would have liked to see the inside after it was completed. That would
have made a good video a ‘great’ video.
This is a great video.I found this site offer a lot of wood working ideas
just like what you did here http://s87.eu/6qw9
I think that after few years isolations wont be working at all, the wooden
frame will have some movements during the seasons and there will apear gaps
between isolation blocks..
I’m very disappointed with this video. I was hoping a cyclops would come
round the corner and everyone would run off screaming as it chased them.
I like this design – I am in the USA and can’t understand the concept
behind the 20 holes with concrete above the frost line – can you tell me
how that is better than 6 supports (corners and midspan) that go below
frost line and attach with regular hardware ?
how much would this cost around? please answer
Do you know if a person can get these roofing panels in the U.S. ?
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