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Vincey

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#1
Can’t beat um join um , Oh yes , Stick that up your bum


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choppa

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#2
What ducking s**t is that Vincent I was expecting a selfie at least.
 

choppa

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#5
Now slap some render over it
Top row myself mate and redid the row under neath to secure the wall :musculoso:
Not bad for a skimmer
booommmm now slap some render over it or at least paint :lol::lol:
 

Vincey

Private Member
#6
Have you only put the top row in ??
Been at it myself lately
Omg yes just the top , tbh mate I really enjoy laying bricks was on a job the other week these guys were doing stone walling in garden of the property, mega money too
 

Formby plastering

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#7
Omg , tbh mate I really enjoy laying bricks was on a job the other week these guys were doing stone walling in garden of the property, mega money too
Fair play mate breaks it up doesnt it ...
Stone masons are dying trade i believe .
Your enjoying it that much ye you can build are porch haha.
 
#9
Nice. Plasterers can do anything but other trades can’t do plastering.
 

imago

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#18

hail hail

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#19
Omg yes just the top , tbh mate I really enjoy laying bricks was on a job the other week these guys were doing stone walling in garden of the property, mega money too

Any pics of their work and what sort of money they on? Here where i am, its difficult to get mega money anymore. Farmers with trowels and the eastern europeans have murdered it.
 

Vincey

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#20
Any pics of their work and what sort of money they on? Here where i am, its difficult to get mega money anymore. Farmers with trowels and the eastern europeans have murdered it.
I haven’t mate but am back there November I won’t forget to get some pictures for you they guy doing it said £80m2, basically he said can charge whatever they like
 

Vincey

Private Member
#21
:inocente:

All these years I thought that the bubble should be between the lines and you shouldn't be able to get your fingers between the middle of the level and the wall. Every day's a school day. (y)
Lol it was off the scale mate I pulled back as close as I could, I’ll post better pictures for you next week :numberone:
 

imago

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#22
Lol it was off the scale mate I pulled back as close as I could, I’ll post better pictures for you next week :numberone:
Next you'll be telling me it's a parallax view because it's so close to the wall stereopsis isn't possible.
;)
 

hail hail

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#23
I haven’t mate but am back there November I won’t forget to get some pictures for you they guy doing it said £80m2, basically he said can charge whatever they like

80sqm is decent money, esp if its a random rubble finish with wet joints. One can put away 3-5 meters a day in that style. Esp with bigger stone. If its more sticking to the rules of stonework, maybe 2-3.5 meters a day depending on what type stone and size. Here its between 50-85euro a sq meter but getting 85 is difficult because of the others throwing shite up going in cheap. Starting new job tomorrow with decent enough money but its a dry joint and it can be a big head f**k sticking within the rules. Will keep ya posted of the progress.
 

imago

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#25
80sqm is decent money, esp if its a random rubble finish with wet joints. One can put away 3-5 meters a day in that style. Esp with bigger stone. If its more sticking to the rules of stonework, maybe 2-3.5 meters a day depending on what type stone and size. Here its between 50-85euro a sq meter but getting 85 is difficult because of the others throwing shite up going in cheap. Starting new job tomorrow with decent enough money but its a dry joint and it can be a big head f**k sticking within the rules. Will keep ya posted of the progress.
It's quite cheap when you consider that lime pointing is a similar price, but nowhere near the graft involved.
 

raggles

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#26
80sqm is decent money, esp if its a random rubble finish with wet joints. One can put away 3-5 meters a day in that style. Esp with bigger stone. If its more sticking to the rules of stonework, maybe 2-3.5 meters a day depending on what type stone and size. Here its between 50-85euro a sq meter but getting 85 is difficult because of the others throwing shite up going in cheap. Starting new job tomorrow with decent enough money but its a dry joint and it can be a big head f**k sticking within the rules. Will keep ya posted of the progress.
Random wet joint stone work around my way is generally done on a time and lime basis and square metres prices are only offered if it is new tumbled stone with a fixed bed size.
 
#27
I had a try at building a garden wall but I made no effort to level the found for it as I thought I would be able to sort it as I laid the bricks :). I was wrong and the wall was a mess so I rendered it then tyroleaned on top and it looked the dogs :)