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Your guide to winter construction

The thought of building in wind, rain and cold temperatures might be unappealing, but if that were to deter us, we wouldn’t get much work done here in the UK. If you’re undertaking any construction job that will take more than a few months, or if you want to start a project without having to wait for summer to arrive, you need to learn how to cope with whatever the elements throw at you. Check out our guide below for tips on building in less-than-favourable conditions:

Keeping workers comfortable

Cold hands and unhappy workers equate to low productivity and poor morale, so it’s crucial that all those on the job are kept as comfortable as possible. Clothing is the first place to start: as well as being protective and practical, it needs to keep wearers warm and dry. Sturdy lined boots, waterproof padded shirts and strong thermal gloves are musts – buy them online from retailers like Dickies Store.

You can also combat a cold environment with space heaters – SIP stocks a great range of electric space heaters that are ideal for open-air working spaces. Also, if possible, hang tarpaulin to protect everyone from rain and provide a covered break/lunch area with hot-drink facilities. This will enable workers to enjoy relief from poor weather and reboot their systems.

Finally, you should make sure there is proper lighting to combat dank weather and shorter days. This will enable builders to put in more hours without compromising safety.

Protecting tools and equipment

Icy temperatures, wind and rain can cause significant damage to tools and equipment, something that can endanger and inconvenience your workers – and come at a great expense. It is crucial that scaffolding is properly secured, as strong wind can loosen bolts; metal tools like shovels should be wrapped in rags and sealed in a waterproof bag to prevent rusting; and power tools should be kept safely stored out or harm’s way during rain or snow.

Have a Plan B

There are certain jobs that, no matter what preparations you make, cannot be done in poor conditions. For example, painting or putting in foundations in the rain are no-nos. For this reason, you should factor in alternative tasks to be completed in the event of bad weather. Alternate options will ensure that workers stay productive and get the project closer to completion no matter what the weather.

If you have any builds in mind, please do not hesitate to contact Wintek Construction on 07773 715 196 or email us: [email protected]

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Building your own home; the essentials

Opting to buy a plot of land and construct your own home gives you control over everything. It’s up to you to pick the perfect location, create a layout and design that works best for you and your family, and the tiniest decision with regards to the construction of your home is left to you.

The benefits of this scenario are numerous. However, the stresses associated with building your own home are similarly abundant. There are lots of things that you need to consider and bear in mind, to ensure that your home is built to a high standard and will last your family for generations to come.

Find the land

A lot of people dream of building their own home, though they always credit the unavailability of land as the reason they don’t pursue this ambition.
Yes, undeveloped land is a rarity. However, one option is to look for a property on a decent sized plot which can be demolished, making way for a new building plot. This is an effective method of sourcing a piece of land in a desirable location, although there are complications to consider.
Before you even think of making an offer on an existing property, find out whether it is protected; this is common in houses that were built before the 1940s. What’s more, even if it is possible to demolish a house, there may be limitations in terms of what you can build in its place.
You can find more information about building regulations in your local area – and apply for planning permission, should you need it – at the UK government’s Planning Portal.

The tiny details

When you’re managing a building project, it’s easy to let yourself become too focused on the big picture. While ordering essential materials like bricks, concrete and timber are vital for the progression of the build, you’ll also need to pay attention to the little details, to guarantee a high-quality finish.

Creating detailed aspects of a home, like bannisters and intricate metal work, relies on the use of broaches and broaching equipment. These toothed tools are designed for precision machining and are especially effective when odd shapes are required. Though broaching is sometimes a more expensive method, the results are of the highest quality – so it should be the preferred method when you’re building a home.

Take a look at the wide selection of broaching equipment, available to order online from WDS Ltd.

Quality materials

In terms of the build itself, it’s worth bearing in mind that this is probably the biggest investment you’ll make in your life. For this reason, the materials that you use to construct your home should be of the highest quality, designed to last for as long as possible.

You should also consider the possibility of designing an environmentally friendly home. In most cases, the materials used in these building projects are of a much a higher quality than standard materials and will ensure the longevity of your home. Eco houses are designed to be insulated and protected from the weather, so it stands to reason why they last longer than regular houses!

Take a look at this guide from howstuffworks.com of the top ten energy-efficient building materials and consider incorporating some of these into your build.

If you’re having trouble with any home renovations in Bradford or in the surrounding areas and require assistance, Wintek Construction have a very experienced team to help you out in any predicaments you have fallen into during your self build.

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Choosing the Right Construction Company

So the inside of your home is now up to date. The place is a palace on the inside, but the exterior no longer does it justice. Now might be the time to consider that external renovation to add the finishing touch in creating your dream home.

Things to look for when trying to choosing the right company
  1. Certification. Do they have the necessary certifications? i.e. Federation of Master Builders Trust Mark certificates. Have their other tradesmen got the relevant certifications such as the plumbers corgi registered. Are the staff qualified? All these are signs of a good company.
  2. Portfolio. Do they have an online portfolio that demonstrates their work? This will allow you to really gain an understanding as to how they handle work and see the results for yourself. Take a look at the portfolio and then ask questions about it. Are they happy to answer these questions? If yes then that is another sign of a trustworthy company.
  3. Testimonials/Referrals. What have their existing customers had to say about it. Find out who they have done previous work for. If you know or can contact these clients then do so, this first hand information will be the most valuable of all.
  4. Quotations. Are their quotes precise and honest? When receiving a quotation a trusted building company will guide you through every aspect. They will give you prices up front and explain how you may run up extra costs etc. If the quotes are vague, as with the clichéd “umming and ahing” stereotypical of the cowboys then it’s probably a bad sign.
  5. Presentation. How does the company present itself? Do they have a professional looking brand/logo. Do they have multiple staff members? Are they well equipped? All good signs.
  6. Approachability. How approachable are the team? Are they happy to speak to you over the phone and face to face? Do they answer questions honestly and accurately? It’s common sense, we all have the ability to judge character and as somebody you will be investing your hard earned money in, you have to make sure you can trust them.

We all know the damage that can come from not choosing a reputable construction company. For whatever reason, you may end up with a cowboy in your midst and in this case, it’s more than likely that you will not be pleased with the end result. However, if you take care and consider the above you won’t go far wrong.

Just in case, here are a few extra warning signs that you are dealing with a cowboy
  1. Hand written receipts and documents, all vague (not a definite sign, but still worth noting.)
  2. Tries to convince you to pay cash. (Whether at discounted charge or to avoid VAT.)
  3. Tries to avoid giving references.
  4. Claims to have worked with reputable firms but either has no proof or is vaguely linked.
  5. Refuses to sign contracts for whatever reason.

Always be vigilant when looking for a contractor to take on your work, if you follow these guidelines and keep your wits about you then you will get the work you want doing to the standard you want it.

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DIY or Hire the Pros?

When any work needs doing in the house the first thought is always, can I do it myself? If you’re a dab hand with the power tools or your just looking to save money, this option will seem tempting. For any job, carpentry/joinery in particular, it’s easy to assume that renting the tools and taking a stab at it would suffice but this might be further from the truth than you expect. Now obviously you aren’t going to hire a professional joiner to come and put up a shelf but the question remains, when should you seek professional help and why?

Cost.This is a defining factor in most people opting for the DIY option. It makes sense right? Maybe not. For instance, most professionals have links with suppliers and usually get those supplies at discounted prices. By adding labour costs on top, it is still more expensive but it doesn’t stop there.

Equipment. Professionals already own their own equipment, which is already included in the costs so instead of hiring or purchasing the necessary tools, adding additional costs to what you believed was the cheaper option, you can hire a professional. Remember that when hiring power tools you are liable for damages and any number of accidents can occur which would push the cost of the project up even further.

Insurance.When you pay for a professional you are paying for insurance, this means any mistakes or damages are covered. Obviously this is a big IF however, a professional is much less likely to make a mistake in the first place than somebody doing it themselves so it is certainly wiser to cover ones back.

Time. Professionals do these jobs on a daily basis and understand the value of efficiency. If you are doing it yourself then it is likely you will be doing it in your spare time, if not then you will be taking time off work, which again is costing you money, to do the job when professionals could do it much faster and in a more organised fashion.

If the reason you are opting for DIY is that you like to do this kind of work yourself, which is understandable, or you want to take a very hands on approach then you can always enlist a professional and then offer your help. Obviously you would be limited in what you can do, but you can take the opportunity to learn a lot for future reference and make sure the tradesmen is following your instruction.

DIY or Professionals?

Joiners. When doing any joinery or carpentry like work yourself, make sure it is something standalone and relatively simple. As mentioned before, putting up a shelf or building a desk from scratch are all joinery projects that can be done easily. For more complex work such as decking, built in home features and other complicated tasks should always be left to a professional joiner.

Plumbing. Besides maybe replacing a U-bend or fixing a leak, it is always wise to enlist a CORGI registered plumber. For the reasons listed above, specifically insurance reasons, you will want a professional plumber to ensure the job is done quickly and correctly.

Electrical. Other than changing fuses and wiring switches and sockets then, for safety issues, always hire a professional electrician. This is always the best option as safety cannot be stressed enough.

Despite the Medias scare mongering, most professional tradesmen are always happy to help and speaking with one is always a good idea. Even if you think you could manage yourself it is still worth contacting a professional and just making some general enquiries about cost and timescale before deciding whether or not to do it yourself.

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#1 Home Improvements (Loft Conversions) – What Lies Above?

Whether it’s in the hope of selling or it is simply because you want a nicer family home, home improvements are tasks that, when done right, can be very effective. You know how to avoid dodgy tradesmen and when considering home improvements you certainly want to find an Al Borland and not a Tim Taylor. In this new blog series, we will look at some of the options when looking to improve your home.

Old boxes of junk that never got disposed of, Off-cuts of carpets, tiles, and extra wallpaper leftover from when you last decorated, Christmas decorations for 11 months out of the year. This is the typical case when one dare venture up into the attic of their homes. We personally think this is a huge waste of potential. Which would you rather have? A place to hide your junk that you keep constantly closed and argue about whose turn it is to go up there? Or a wonderful new room that is a pleasure to go into? Loft conversions add a brand new dimension to the family home whether it is a new bedroom, bathroom or study.

Plan
  1. Space. Is there sufficient space for the project you have planned? We know the idea is always tempting but if you cannot stand up straight in the centre of the loft then the conversion will only lead to awkward movements and back problems. There are options to raise sections but this would all be subject to planning permission. Contact the local Council to find out the regulations and planning permission rules before you consider undertaking such a project.
  2. Access. Another regulation is that of a fixed staircase. Do you have enough landing space for a fixed staircase? The most common options are fixed ladders or spiral staircases, these will take up less space and still meet the requirements.
  3. Function. What are you planning to convert the loft into? If there is sufficient space for the above and any planning permission is granted, then now is the time to decide what this loft conversion is going to be. An extra bedroom, bathroom, study? The choice is yours. Once you have decided, get in touch with a trusted local Loft Conversion Company for the quotation. Now is the time to start designing, let’s look at some ideas.
Design
  1. Windows. Any room in a house needs natural light. How this natural light is delivered is your choice. The two real options for lighting a converted loft are roof lights and dormer windows. Roof lights are the standard fair when it comes to loft conversions, easily fitted into the roof itself, they certainly are the cheaper option, also requiring less work and come from a variety of sources. There are different versions, each of which open at an angle that allow for cleaning from within the loft, some are even treated so they require cleaning much less frequently. Dormer windows on the other hand require more work but will allow for extra headroom wherever they are placed, which is certainly advantageous over the former option.
  2. Fixtures. If you are planning to convert the loft into a bathroom then consider where the fixtures will go. Balancing the loft is imperative in creating a functional room and careful consideration is required here. Consider the roof height in relation to the fixtures i.e. the bath doesn’t require a high ceiling above it and therefore, should be situated at a point where the roof is lower. The sink and shower on the other hand are used when standing so these should be placed centrally under the highest point of standard housing roofs. Consider the same with a bedroom or study. Beds and desks do not require standing so they again can be situated under lower points whereas wardrobes and bookshelves will need sufficient height wherever where they are situated.
  3. Colours. You are free to do whatever you feel is best here but a point worth noting is that lighter colours give the illusion of a more spacious room. This illusion is also furthered depending on the amount of windows installed and with most lofts being relatively small; these minor considerations make all the difference.

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#2 Home Improvements (Basement Conversions) – What lies Below?

So you want to turn that old damp basement into a brand new room? It might sound like a mammoth task but with the help of a reputable building contractor, it can be as simple as outlining your vision. As with any conversion, all it takes some careful planning and some creative thinking to achieve the desired result.

Plan
  1. Height. Although most cellars have enough headroom to begin with some do not. It is possible however, to lower the floor but this is a very expensive and time-consuming task that requires extending the foundations. Unless there is absolutely no other option then we recommend avoiding this.
  2. Waterproofing. Basements are always the dampest rooms in any house so the waterproofing is essential. The options are waterproof cementing or membrane cavity draining. Speak to a Basement Conversion Company about the best option for you.
  3. Purpose. As with all of the conversions and extensions, decide on the purpose to allow the required work to be done early on. Some wiring is required regardless of purpose but, working with the electrician, consider the power outlets for televisions etc. if it is a living space. Think about the plumbing if you want a kitchen. Consider how the basement will be heated and ventilated and speak with the contractor about implementing it.
  4. Features. A basement is essentially a blank canvas, with less constraints than a loft conversion. This allows you to consider adding some built in features such as shelves and storage etc. get creative here, do what you like.
  5. Neighbours. Although, unless you are extending the foundations, you will not need planning permission for a basement conversion, you will need to check the building regulations with the local council and also notify your neighbours. After all, we don’t want to be falling out with good old Wilson now do we?
  6. Lighting. Although the artificial lighting is more of a design choice, consider how you will get natural light into the basement. Your two most viable options, if there are no existing windows, are light pipes, which are reflective pipes extending from the exterior into the basement, or window wells, which are flat windows in the garden that bring light into the basement. The window well can be used as a method of ventilation, so do consider this as you will kill two birds with one stone.
Design
  1. Stairs. Although the stairs are already in place, they tend to be old, worn out concrete steps. Instead of trying to hide the staircase under carpets or paint why not consider replacing them all together. Spiral staircases are not only space saving but they’re also a great design feature. Look around into the different options of staircases i.e. wooden or metal in order to find ones to match the aesthetic of the room you have in mind.
  2. Lighting. The artificial light in the basement can be a great focal point for the room. If it is a living space then consider low hanging lighting with dimming lampshades in order to give a warm feeling to the room. If the room is going to be an office or other practical room then consider spotlights to really brighten up the room and highlight the important features.
  3. Colours. For a living space, do choose a strong colour. Reds have a warm and intimate quality that give a cosy feel to a living area. Lighter colours for a more practical space giving the impression of space and clarity.
  4. Flooring. If you are opting for hard flooring then consider the temperature. Basements are typically cold places and under-floor heating could be a great way to combat this. For living spaces choosing a carpet may be the best option to add to the warmth of the room.

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#3 Home Improvements (Extensions) – Beyond the Boundaries

So your house isn’t big enough? If an attic or cellar conversion won’t do, a full-blown extension might. It’s cheaper than buying or building a new home, which really is the only other option beyond an extension to gain the extra space you require. Extensions can transform a standard sized house into a spacious beautiful home. With some careful planning and a trusted building company on your side, an extension can turn your current home into your dream home.

Plan
  1. Planning Permission. Do you have planning permission? Extensions are great additions to homes however; many constraints stand in the way. The first thing to consider is simple, are you allowed to build it? If the house is a listed building or in a conservation area you will definitely need planning permission. You can build an extension without permission provided you abide by certain rules but it is always best to speak with the local council and the Extension Company to find out the regulations.
  2. Space. This is a defining factor when building an extension. You must ensure you have sufficient space on your plot to fit the extension and you must make sure its proportionate. If you need a lot of room but only have a small space, then consider building a two story extension.
  3. Function. What is the extension for? Do you want an additional room for dining? Do you want to expand your kitchen? The purpose of the extension will give you a good idea as to the reality of building it, for instance a kitchen or bathroom will require plumbing work. Furthermore, will a kitchen fit within the space extending? This is worth serious consideration. If not, don’t give up hope. There is always the possibility of re-arranging the rooms in your house i.e. move the living room into the extension and the kitchen into the old living room etc.
  4. Neighbours. The last but by no means least important consideration to take is neighbours. You must consider their “right to light” which will affect the parameters of your extension. If it will block the light that reaches them, you will have to reduce the height. Also consider privacy, when fitting a window into your extension, make sure it isn’t directly facing your neighbours. This would be troublesome for both of you.

Design
    Materials. Do they match the rest of the house? This is possibly the most important consideration. It’s the difference between having an end result that is a house with an extension stuck on the side of it, or a wonderfully complete new home. The building materials roofing etc. should all match where it can and if not it should at least complement the rest. Which brings us to…

  1. Windows and Doors. Do they match the rest of the house? If you can’t directly match the original windows and doors then again, at least find ones that complement the original. Also, consider light, how much natural light will the windows let in.
  2. Fixtures. This is important when the purpose of the extension is decided. What is going into the extension? Electrical work, plumbing work, plastering work etc. make sure you know before work begins so the builders can accommodate for these fixtures. Also any storage space, use the opportunity to have built-in wardrobes or shelving units, these not only look better, but allow for more free space within your new room.
  3. Heating/Ventilation. A massively important yet often overlooked aspect of extensions, will it be warm enough during the colder months? Will it be cool enough during the warmer months? Make sure you stress this point early on. Have a plumber check the boiler to ensure it’s capable of the extra work. Ensure the builders ventilate the room well enough to keep it cool for summer.

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#4 Home Improvements (Kitchen Renovations) – Cooking up a Storm

Now the new home is looking exactly as you planned; the functional converted loft, the spacious extension and the beautifully modern kitchen. What about the bathroom though, is that in keeping with this wonderful new home? As a room that you will be spending a decent amount of time in, certainly daily, a bathroom is a vital part of the home to get right.

  1. Fixtures. The type and positioning of your fixtures should be the first thought when planning a bathroom as the entire renovation process revolves around this. Decide on what you want in your bathroom; freestanding bath, toilet, separate shower cubicle, single or double sinks and storage space etc. Having the layout of your new bathroom planned means you can organise the plumbing work before you buy the fittings.
  2. Ventilation. Due to the function of the room, ventilation is a very important and should be planned early on. After all, you do not want the room to become damp over time. Ensure you fit an energy efficient fan.
  3. Heating. You will also need to consider how you will heat the room. It is expected to already be connected to the heating system but if the flooring you want is tiled then you may want to consider under-floor heating.
Design
  1. Fixtures. You know what type of fixtures you want, and where these fixtures will sit. Now consider how they will look. Most bathrooms can be bought in packages but if yours is a custom idea then you must make sure the fixtures match or at least complement one and other. Bathrooms tend to be small rooms so using reflective materials will give the illusion of extra space.
  2. Tiling. How much of the room itself will be tiled? All of it? Just surrounding the shower and bath? The latter allows for more colour to be added in order to give the room character. Also a tiled floor is always the best option for a bathroom as water won’t damage or weaken it. Again, consider the reflective surfaces to give the illusion of more space along with paler colours.
  3. Storage. Utilise what little space you have. Vertical storage will provide plenty of storage room without taking up too much floor space. Following on with the reflective features hide your storage behind mirrors and remember; with bathrooms, a little really does go a long way.

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#5 Home Improvements (Bathroom Renovations) – Wash Away the Old

Now the new home is looking exactly as you planned; the functional converted loft, the spacious extension and the beautifully modern kitchen. What about the bathroom though, is that in keeping with this wonderful new home? As a room that you will be spending a decent amount of time in, certainly daily, a bathroom is a vital part of the home to get right.

  1. Fixtures. The type and positioning of your fixtures should be the first thought when planning a bathroom as the entire renovation process revolves around this. Decide on what you want in your bathroom; freestanding bath, toilet, separate shower cubicle, single or double sinks and storage space etc. Having the layout of your new bathroom planned means you can organise the plumbing work before you buy the fittings.
  2. Ventilation. Due to the function of the room, ventilation is a very important and should be planned early on. After all, you do not want the room to become damp over time. Ensure you fit an energy efficient fan.
  3. Heating. You will also need to consider how you will heat the room. It is expected to already be connected to the heating system but if the flooring you want is tiled then you may want to consider under-floor heating.
Design
  1. Fixtures. You know what type of fixtures you want, and where these fixtures will sit. Now consider how they will look. Most bathrooms can be bought in packages but if yours is a custom idea then you must make sure the fixtures match or at least complement one and other. Bathrooms tend to be small rooms so using reflective materials will give the illusion of extra space.
  2. Tiling. How much of the room itself will be tiled? All of it? Just surrounding the shower and bath? The latter allows for more colour to be added in order to give the room character. Also a tiled floor is always the best option for a bathroom as water won’t damage or weaken it. Again, consider the reflective surfaces to give the illusion of more space along with paler colours.
  3. Storage. Utilise what little space you have. Vertical storage will provide plenty of storage room without taking up too much floor space. Following on with the reflective features hide your storage behind mirrors and remember; with bathrooms, a little really does go a long way.

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#6 Home Improvements (Exterior Renovations) – From the Outside Looking In

So the inside of your home is now up to date. The place is a palace on the inside, but the exterior no longer does it justice. Now might be the time to consider that external renovation to add the finishing touch in creating your dream home.

Plan
  1. Purpose. What exactly do you want to achieve on the exterior? If the extension didn’t quite match the rest of the house and you prefer the look of the extension then this is a good place to start. Do you want to add some specific features i.e. a veranda or some decorative features.
  2. Planning Permission. For exterior renovations, planning permissions are rarely required but as always, it is definitely worth checking. Homes in conservation areas and listed buildings will need permissions so it is best to check with the local council and your Renovation Company before undergoing any work.
  3. Neighbours. Take a look around the neighbourhood. You will want your home to stand out and showcase the craftsmanship but you don’t want it to stick out like a sore thumb and ruin the neighbourhoods current aesthetic. Also, as always, consider the effect on your direct neighbours i.e. will it restrict light etc.
Design
  1. Exterior Material. The route you take all depends on the desired effect. If your house is looking run down but you wish to keep the original look, then consider repointing. Professional builders enlisted to do the job will leave the house looking as good as new. If you want a brand new look then cladding is certainly the way to go. With modern looking brickwork cladding, your home will take on a whole new look. There is still the option of painting but this choice requires a lot of upkeep. You will need to repaint and touch up regularly so in most cases it is not worth the headache. If you do decide to paint then make sure you use fungicide and a stabilising basecoat before applying the paint.
  2. Windows and Doors. It is amazing the difference a new set of windows and doors can make. When it comes to windows, there are the modern looking PVC windows, which are cheap and efficient due to the double glazing though they do not last as long. Timber on the other hand is very long lasting, with maintenance, though this option is much more expensive. Front doors should be seriously considered because it is the entrance to your home. Think efficiency and safety when choosing and opt for the new PVC doors unless a more traditional wooden door is better suited. Remember by stylising with number plates, knockers and handles, great effects can be achieved with little cost.
  3. Porch. Add a little life to the front of the house; give the building that extra shape, by building a front porch. For bigger homes, this small addition to the front makes a huge difference. It gives the house a little more body and is your chance to present a welcoming area before anyone actually enters the home. If opting for a porch make sure it complements the building but doesn’t look like it was “stuck on”. If the house is smaller and a porch is too much, then consider a simple veranda, which gives that sense of extra body without overpowering the look.
  4. Garden and Decking. You want your garden to feel as welcoming as possible. With a small lawn that is easy to maintain, a subtle well-lit pathway and a driveway you will not draw focus away from the house but instead complement it. A few flowers wouldn’t go amiss either. As for decking, think proportionately. Too small and it’s useless, too large and it’s overpowering, finding a balance is key with the garden area.

Always remember, it can be very tempting to want to do everything and think in a dream like manner but do always be realistic in your ambitions. If you’re the type who finds themselves thinking “MORE POWER!” make sure you have somebody on hand to tell you “I don’t think so Tim!”

Good Luck with your Home Improvements!

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