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Parex is a good product, easy to use, of good quality and a reasonable price. Weber is a good product but costs 50 percent more.Hi,
I am trying to find an alternative to Parex...is there one? It is for external rendering.
Try making a start as a second job alongside your existing job, so you will still have something to fall back on if things dry up.Hi all,
New to this forum so please go easy on me, I'm looking for your professional advice/ opinions on my situation.
I have many years exp in the building trade and did a 5 year apprenticeship and then went on to work for several different company's. Cutting a long story short I was forced to set up on my own during the recession and wasn't really prepared for it. I couldn't afford to advertise, Got odd job coming in but no where near enough to keep me going So I decided to take a job with an electrical generation company working in the control room. I earn 25k a year but miss the building trade and using the skills I was trained in. I'm thinking of setting up again this year doing bathrooms, kitchens, tiling and plastering but I'm worried i won't earn the same as I am doing now, I have a young family and a mortgage to consider so any help on this subject would be much appreciated.
http://www.drugfreeworld.org/drugfacts/ecstasy/short-long-term-effects.htmlI answered more questions on here than that heavy weight boxer last night but when I ask one it's like asking Donald's Trump ffs
Danny can I ask mate , if I use tapatalk it is then possible to upload videos from my phone on threads like the upload button for pictures? But I won’t be able to use the like and agree buttons etc if not using tapatalk?