Alan Loy wrote:Looks to be a good alternative to bashing those tyres! Will you end up with similar mass and insulation to the tyres method?
John C Daley wrote:two things;
I see workshops as a sourse of slave labour to build ones own house, other see it differently.
How do you see it?
Christopher Steen wrote:
Did you find the blue pvc electrical boxes deformed after tamping out all the bag work?
Joy Oasis wrote:Looks very cozy and very good. I love so much light. Tile countertop is not my favorite though -it might be cheap, but it is very hard to clean and you will have to regrout it fairly often. I would choose something solid.
Xisca Nicolas wrote:That is enormous! For hwo many people is it made for?
Lurking and enjoying the look at it... BUT in a place like me where SOIL is precious, we can afford to build only with stones! And even limit wood use...
That's my roommate. He's kinda weird, but he always pays his half of the rent. And he gave me this tiny ad:
2022 SKIP: Skills to Inherit Property (PEP1) event --July 11-22nd, Wheaton Labshttps://permies.com/w/skip-2022