We have over 25 years experience in the building trade. Our business has evolved quite dramatically as the tools and materials we use today are a lot more efficient than many years ago. Which lets us complete projects a lot quicker and making the cost of the project cheaper in price for the client.
It's always best to dig a trench and connect underground. there are many different pipe connections out there to achieve the best route and flow. do you have any photographs of the area? best regards.
Sorry to hear you are having problems with your paving. the mortar beneath the paving should be wet so it bonds to the paving. are the slabs calibtrated at the back?
The tile adhesive beneath the floor tiles is applied with a 10mm comb float. once the tile is pushed down into position the adhesive tends to reduce to around 7-8mm. dependant on how level you floor is too if there are any dips or low points then the adhesive would normally be increased slightly
on garage conversions that we've done in the past we have only ever been advised by building control to apply a vapour barrier on the ceiling prior to plasterboarding. any external openings that would be bricked up would normally require a breathable membrane fastened to the outside of the inside studwork. do you have through and through air flow within the roof space? ( within the cavity ) hope this helps
Yes 2 days would be fine to install a kitchen on to plastered walls. i wouldn't recommend painting them but the units can be fixed to the walls after 2 days drying. you normally be able to tell if the wall has gone a light pink colour with a slight chalky surface when you rub your hand over.