The handy jobs ,mm

johniosaif

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Parapet walls , hack off, cap , re render , never works out
 

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Nice to see a job with a tin hat on. So many customers baulk at the cost, then moan about the weather delays and the costs they involve.
 

Brimstone

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Nice job but how do you seal/finish the tile/parapet joint? Asking from ignorance here, I'm a bit old school and only know about tucked stepped flashings or crap stick-on flashings or worse, mortar fillets.
 
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