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Started by Tâf, August 09, 2011, 12:43:04 pm
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Quote from: Taf on September 17, 2011, 10:57:33 amIt's 4 inch wide strips of treated wood with a thin and a thick edge, normally used for fencing.I just attached 4 battens to the existing roof, then annular-nailed the featheredge to it.You can overlap it to make a fairly watertight joint, but as I had bitumen-painted the roof covering, it's watertight already.
Quote from: Taf on September 18, 2011, 14:20:06 pmThey used to be called Terrier Nails as they have rings around the shaft that make them harder to pull out. Featheredge is thin so will try to warp and pull nails out, so you need something with good grip.http://www.toolstation.com/images/library/stock/webbig/83431.jpg
Quote from: Taf on September 24, 2011, 10:12:05 amI can beat that, one of the apple trees is in blossom again!
Quote from: Taf on October 02, 2011, 12:36:45 pmDo you mean Japanese onion sets? They are treated so they get sprouting now and will grow slowly over winter to give an earlier crop next year... it's what I use all the time.
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