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Showing content with the highest reputation on 06/28/2018 in all areas

  1. 3 points
    Fcuked if I'm having a roof like that, hasn't even got any tiles.
  2. 2 points
    The price would be too steep as well.....
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    We have one in France in Port Bacares, is a casino, disco etc https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/MV_Moonta And there is one near where I lived in HKG. Its a small shopping mall
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    Good site.. thanks An airplane graveyard in Bangkok View on Google Maps Between car repair shops and apartment buildings, a small airplane graveyard has appeared in Bangkok, Thailand. The first fuselage parts, the nose sections of two Boeing 747s appeared sometime around January 2010. By 2014, two MD-82 jetliners formerly operated by Orient Thai Airlines were added. One of them had been involved in a fatal 89 person crash at Phuket International Airport in 2007. The planes have been slowly stripped of some parts like seats, interior paneling, TV sets, and overhead compartments and it is said that the yard's owner is selling different parts for scrap. It has also been reported that a businessman wanted to convert the interior of a plane into a bar but these plans failed. From time to time homeless families have used the abandoned planes as shelter. Today, the yard's owner allows those curious to look around the planes for a small fee.
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    The airplane graveyard in Ramkhamhaeng ?
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    Xcyte Disco? That's long gone. The Batman one is still standing but not around there.
  9. 1 point
    That was the original roof when the house was build by the Missus mom many moons ago, and with limited resources I suppose at the time. The rebuild.is in one of my previous building report
  10. 1 point
    I was asked would i go and work for them when I resigned from my last position. Nice job offer, but my plans were already made.
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    Thanks. Thankfully I know what CAD is or I'd have Buckfast telling me to stop using a computer.
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    Telling you what you already know, a roofing problem is one of those fail safe housing issues, I.e., absolute in respect of either your roof leaks or it does not. Patch jobs are like fool's gold relative to long term solutions. I see many roofs in the NBZ where locals assume those heavy clay tiles are forever. Reality is clay is a very sun-sensitive material. Just as it does in the ground it cracks and allows penetration, water, dirt, it does not discriminate. Glazing can delay inevitable cracks like polyethylene coating does to wood exposed to the sun but eventually the sun wins. Most roofs older than 30 years should be replaced. The move to metal framing in Thailand is more related to lack of wood availability than it is anything else. But what it does introduce is a greater reliance on builder skills. So whereas most rice farmers can cut grass and hammer nails, working with metal ... not so much yet. My view ... that house you have shown pictures of needs not only new tiles but also a lighter weight tile consideration such as the flatter profile solutions SCG now offers. Burn suerte but if the Owner does not replace that roof, regardless of the tile chose,n, stay away from a long term lease if you decide to rent it at all.
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    If it's not leaking Derek get them to paint it. Power wash then paint. Roofers are everywhere. All the motorcy taxis are plumbers, bakers and candlestick makers. I'll pm you the number of the builder guy we know. Always a quality job. If She still has it.