Think the previous owners have used this upstairs in the master bed when I stripped the paper it looked like orange peel. Thought it was an oil based paint like zinsser so I ran over it with a drywall sander Thinking the paint might not take properly♂️
Thanks going to look into iwi.
House isn’t massive but could lose 70mm either side of it helped with efficiency of the house and reduce the possibility of condensation. Just be worried about moisture between the pir and brick wall as there won’t be any ventilation.
Hi after a bit of advise
I want to try and insulate the downstairs external walls of my Victorian house it has solid wall construction brick exterior which we get a bit of condensation on in the winter months not a lot just the odd bit behind a side board and storage box. I’m thinking maybe...
Just blue grit it and skim next day done loads for a office fit out company no come backs yet and these toilets get abused everyday by desk monkeys. No offence @Danny. Just make sure all the tiles are sound n not loose.
I think they have their place defo not for laying on with just a final trowel Iv found thy get rid of blebs quite well and leave the finish too shiny Iv got the foam back one tho so might be abit different without the foam.
You don't need the 40 if you've got the 60 really same breaker just a bigger cutter suppose 40 is less bulky if your only cutting small tiles. Iv got a ts 60+ and that does fine with some tough porcelain tiles Iv cut recently. Tx 700 would do as well just depends on what jobs your doin. I havnt...
What you using for porcelain tiles? The Bosch multi drill bits are a great alternative to the expensive diamond bits get up to 10 holes on Porcelin tile n many more on ceramic. And only afew Â£ from screwfix.
I like to try n use insulation boards (if the customer will pay) even on timber as it speeds up heating times even at just 6mm makes a big difference, reflects heat upwards. Used 10mm in my kitchen stuck em down and used screws with washers instead of ply used the matting but prefer the loose wire.