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Damp proofing/dry lining

Discussion in 'Video Tutorials On How To Use The Plasterers Forum' started by Jayelec85, Nov 21, 2017.


The plasterer has pulled the damp proof from the outside of the windows to the inside, is this corre

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  1. Jayelec85

    Jayelec85 New Member

    Hi guys I'm an electrician currently getting some work done on my home, I'm looking for advice on the damp proof around the windows, should they be inside the windows or outside and the be plastered up to it?

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  2. jet

    jet Active Member

    above small window would go to outside

    reaveals you will need cavity closers
    These go in before Windows
    Pita to fit when frame is in
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  3. Danny

    Danny TPF OWNER

    bumpy :D

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