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    12th Nov 2021, 03:46 PM
    Hiya helpful folks I'm wondering if it's all possible and legal to have a roof design for a garage/shed where the gutter is effectively internal and the shape of the roof is a "V" shape? The reason I ask is that I would love to extend my current small garage so I can get my ute inside and still have some space for tools. The challenge I've got is that my garage roof is a shared roof with the neighbouring unit and the lowest part of the roof is around 2.2m off the ground (minus roof...
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    1st Nov 2021, 12:42 PM
    I probably should've added that the first thing I did was plug the extension and opened the taps, and after some funny noises I had leaks aplenty. I was concerned that maybe me blocking off the pipe before letting any residual water & air out could've caused backpressure but I suspect tap/faucet would do the same anyway. I removed the hot water spindle cover yesterday and couldn't see any water around it. leak seems to be coming from the breech spout. I can't physically see any water...
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    1st Nov 2021, 12:26 PM
    As in the wall behind the taps? A freshly painted wall! Along with new skirting and cornice Only painted 2 months ago and before that it was covered in green paint and white patch spots for years... finally had it painted and happy to have a uniform coloured wall! Lol lucky me If it needs to be opened up to gain access then so be it, I can plaster and patch it so no problem there. Just terrible timing... What makes me confused is why the leak is pouring out between the tiles and...
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    1st Nov 2021, 12:08 PM
    Hiya crew, Sooo I'm dealing with a wonderful water leak from under the tiles above my bathtub.:(( :(( :(( :(( I've not used the tub the entire time I've lived here (6 years) because soon after I bought the house the tap fell down and I discovered that the spout was snapped off at some point and tap held in place with silicone - great (y) I bought a new tap and fitted up yesterday. There's not much access so I originally used teflon tape on the end of a screw driver and then switched...
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