• The best way to fix Celotex 25mm thick wall panels to brickwork other than battens?

    I need to fix 2.400 x1.2 Celotex sheets to bare brickwork, battens will not practical.I will be allowed to drill the walls.
    I need to fix 2.400 x1.2 Celotex sheets to bare brickwork, battens will not practical.I will be allowed to drill the walls.
    5 answers · Do It Yourself (DIY) · 5 years ago
  • Why when I ask fo Questions from the UK &Ireland only I get lots of Questions from the USA?

    I like to answers DIY Questions for people who live in the UK& Ireland only, I always click the box but still so many DIY from the USA.
    I like to answers DIY Questions for people who live in the UK& Ireland only, I always click the box but still so many DIY from the USA.
    2 answers · Yahoo Answers · 5 years ago
  • The value of a Lloyds Bank ordinary share?

    The value of the Lloyds ordinary share's?in the UK. I would like to know the local Lloyds branch can not tell me.
    The value of the Lloyds ordinary share's?in the UK. I would like to know the local Lloyds branch can not tell me.
    1 answer · Corporations · 6 years ago
  • Mains cold water supply for apartments is it a Legal requirement?

    I am thinking of buying a old apartment set in a three storey block that was built in the 1930s.The building is leasehold, The problem that I found was that there is no mains cold water service to the bathroom that is no drinking water.The block service managers have told me all the water supplies are tank fed and the water is tested on a regular... show more
    I am thinking of buying a old apartment set in a three storey block that was built in the 1930s.The building is leasehold, The problem that I found was that there is no mains cold water service to the bathroom that is no drinking water.The block service managers have told me all the water supplies are tank fed and the water is tested on a regular basics.I am concerned about drinking water from a 1930s old tank supply. Is the water safe to drink? Legally how do I stand can I ask for a drinking water supply?
    5 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 6 years ago
  • Cheap way to make a 8x4 pontoon?

    I would like to paint the sides of a 60ft narrow boat, using a 8x4 foot floating pontoon, the boat is moored on a river in the UK. The pontoon needs to be cheap to make, safe and sturdy,that may be a big ask, but funds are short.
    I would like to paint the sides of a 60ft narrow boat, using a 8x4 foot floating pontoon, the boat is moored on a river in the UK. The pontoon needs to be cheap to make, safe and sturdy,that may be a big ask, but funds are short.
    4 answers · Boats & Boating · 6 years ago
  • Are Britains undergroud rivers mapped?

    I would like to know if Britain's underground river systems are mapped?
    I would like to know if Britain's underground river systems are mapped?
    1 answer · Geography · 7 years ago
  • Can Acne be pased on to your sex buddy?

    Can a person with allover body acne pass it on, with full body to body contact with a partner
    Can a person with allover body acne pass it on, with full body to body contact with a partner
    2 answers · Skin Conditions · 7 years ago
  • The correct spelling for wear and tear in the UK?

    I sometimes have trouble when using simple terms like ware and tare that how I used to spell this familiar term when referring to age related descriptions, I have now been told by others that the correct spelling is wear and tear that seems wrong to me ,I would like to be sure of the correct spelling for my new boob book.
    I sometimes have trouble when using simple terms like ware and tare that how I used to spell this familiar term when referring to age related descriptions, I have now been told by others that the correct spelling is wear and tear that seems wrong to me ,I would like to be sure of the correct spelling for my new boob book.
    3 answers · Words & Wordplay · 7 years ago
  • A simple way to make distilled water?

    Hi I need a simple way to produce up to 25litres of distilled water at a time for a DIY cleaning process can any one help?
    Hi I need a simple way to produce up to 25litres of distilled water at a time for a DIY cleaning process can any one help?
    12 answers · Do It Yourself (DIY) · 7 years ago
  • Brake pipes Is it a DIY job or the garage?

    Hi Why do car manufactures make brake pipes with materials that corrode and rust ? when other materials are available it can not be just cost its almost criminal to use unsuitable materials for brake pipes some only last five years and its an expensive repair job for most cars.Is it a job for DIY I think so, I have just been quoted £380 just to... show more
    Hi Why do car manufactures make brake pipes with materials that corrode and rust ? when other materials are available it can not be just cost its almost criminal to use unsuitable materials for brake pipes some only last five years and its an expensive repair job for most cars.Is it a job for DIY I think so, I have just been quoted £380 just to replace my rear brake lines from the Honda dealer .
    9 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 7 years ago
  • If the value of the pound was to be devalued by 60% overnight how would that effect the value of houses?

    If the pound was to be devalued by 60% overnight ,I would like to know how that would effect the value of houses in the UK? I was thinking of taking a large proportion of my savings and buy a house as an alternative investment.
    If the pound was to be devalued by 60% overnight ,I would like to know how that would effect the value of houses in the UK? I was thinking of taking a large proportion of my savings and buy a house as an alternative investment.
    2 answers · Other - Business & Finance · 7 years ago
  • Is it replacing a Dyson vac motor a job for DIY?

    Hi We have a six year old Dyson DCO7 carpet cleaner that's 2nd motor has gone to its maker, would it be a straight forward job to change the motor? I Just hate plastic its seems to fall apart in my hands. Advice would be much appreciated as I would have to win the lottery to buy a new one.
    Hi We have a six year old Dyson DCO7 carpet cleaner that's 2nd motor has gone to its maker, would it be a straight forward job to change the motor? I Just hate plastic its seems to fall apart in my hands. Advice would be much appreciated as I would have to win the lottery to buy a new one.
    4 answers · Do It Yourself (DIY) · 7 years ago
  • The best mix for bedding ridge tiles?

    I have to remove and re fix some old ridge tiles on a victorian house roof, I was thinking to use a 5 sand to 1 cement mix never done it before would a mix of 5to1 be about right? and would I just use builders yellow or red sand?
    I have to remove and re fix some old ridge tiles on a victorian house roof, I was thinking to use a 5 sand to 1 cement mix never done it before would a mix of 5to1 be about right? and would I just use builders yellow or red sand?
    3 answers · Do It Yourself (DIY) · 8 years ago
  • The Name of Long John Silvers parrot?

    I do know that his parrot called him pieces of eight, I can not remember what Long John Silver called his parrot, please help the good wife is giving me the bird.
    I do know that his parrot called him pieces of eight, I can not remember what Long John Silver called his parrot, please help the good wife is giving me the bird.
    5 answers · Birds · 8 years ago
  • Smart wireless utility meters are they certified save?

    Hi I use cell phones because I need to. We are now being asked in the UK to wireless smart meters I just would like to know if they have been tested and certified for safe use in the UK? I have heard from a friend in US that there is growing concern that they radiate emissions up to 150 times that of a cell phone. Why can't we ever get the true... show more
    Hi I use cell phones because I need to. We are now being asked in the UK to wireless smart meters I just would like to know if they have been tested and certified for safe use in the UK? I have heard from a friend in US that there is growing concern that they radiate emissions up to 150 times that of a cell phone. Why can't we ever get the true facts just rumours and hearsay they say no smoke without so my wireless smart meter going in the bin. I did find it use full now the headaches have gone I will look for a hard wire smart meter.I would value you other peoples comments
    1 answer · Computer Networking · 8 years ago
  • If you were given a choice?

    I consider my self fortunate having all my senses ie Sight hearing touch, smell and taste, I don't include a sense of humour, although you may need it to answer some of the questions listed.. Imagine you faced a tough choice of having to give three up ,The two I would value the most would be sight and taste, not so easy when you start to think... show more
    I consider my self fortunate having all my senses ie Sight hearing touch, smell and taste, I don't include a sense of humour, although you may need it to answer some of the questions listed.. Imagine you faced a tough choice of having to give three up ,The two I would value the most would be sight and taste, not so easy when you start to think about it.Back to the question what two would you chose?
    5 answers · Other - Society & Culture · 8 years ago
  • White squrilles in the midlands U.K?

    Hi In the Midlands in a small wooded area close to a canal on several occasions I have had the pleasure of seeing five pure white squirrel's playing and even drinking the water from the canal, what I would like to know is this a rare occurrence and should I keep the location to myself?
    Hi In the Midlands in a small wooded area close to a canal on several occasions I have had the pleasure of seeing five pure white squirrel's playing and even drinking the water from the canal, what I would like to know is this a rare occurrence and should I keep the location to myself?
    3 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 8 years ago
  • The term knocking shop?

    When younger the house on the corner of my street was known as the knocking shop, I would be interested how the term originated in the UK? for future pub quiz's.ps I sincerely hope the question-doe's not offend anyone Cheers
    When younger the house on the corner of my street was known as the knocking shop, I would be interested how the term originated in the UK? for future pub quiz's.ps I sincerely hope the question-doe's not offend anyone Cheers
    14 answers · Senior Citizens · 8 years ago
  • Jaywalker a term used in the U.S.A for pedestrians who step out on to the road with out looking?

    Hi The term Jaywalker is american term for the mindless idiots that step out from the pavement or sidewalk without regard for the traffic, this is a very common practise of our young people in the UK, If you as the car driver or even a cyclist you are at fault in the UK If this happened in america even if they were injured the pedestrian would be... show more
    Hi The term Jaywalker is american term for the mindless idiots that step out from the pavement or sidewalk without regard for the traffic, this is a very common practise of our young people in the UK, If you as the car driver or even a cyclist you are at fault in the UK If this happened in america even if they were injured the pedestrian would be fined and most probably sued by the car driver or cyclist for mega bucks needless to say this crime of Jaywalking is taken seriously in the states, Like me would you like to see the american system introduced in the UK? would it stop people jumping out in front of Innocent motorist?
    11 answers · Law & Ethics · 8 years ago
  • How would you remove biro and ink marks from white leather furniture?

    I have just noticed a biro mark on my white leather dinning chair, I have tried several methods and none work
    I have just noticed a biro mark on my white leather dinning chair, I have tried several methods and none work
    6 answers · Cleaning & Laundry · 8 years ago