Acorn Joinery was set up in 1999 in Cheshire.
We have recently relocated to Conwy.
Chris has over 30 years of experience in all aspects of Building and Joinery.
A prompt, courteous and friendly service, with outstanding attention to detail.
City and Guilds certified in 1988, Chris has worked in many fields such as;
Shop, and bar fitting, new house construction, refurbishment, windows and doors, Staircase installation etc
A good carpenter could probably do this, i also carry out small areas of plastering so i would have considered this
It's not advisable to use push fit fittings on any pipe to a shower or bath as the insert reduces the pipes diameter, better to use a proper reducing fitting.
if you mean a flexible hose, that could be done but i would prefer to use soldered fittings, cheaper too!
You would need to buy two packs of standard door casings and use the leg from the second pack for the head.
stores used to sell random lengths but i guess they got wise to selling another pack instead!
i would always ask at the timber yard if they had any damaged packs, and would they sell you one leg.
It depends on the cost of the materials and fittings really. i know a lot of people want the materials bill paid before starting work so, although there is a possibility of losing time, they are not losing money as well if the customer doesn't pay.
ask him what this figure represents, make sure he gives you some sort of written contract/receipt and look into his reviews.
Ask him to fit an air intake valve.
the water is glugging because as the machine empties, it is pulling the water from the u bend by siphon. installing an air intake will allow air in but not the smell out.