Motors from Lose-E-Anna in a shed in Glasgow... hot dang lol!
im probably doing it wrong lolI hate to be the "ur doin it rong" guy but isn`t there supposed to be a layer of stone ash under the brickwork so the underlaying ground which seems to be pretty muddy won`t compress and go all wavy?
thanks for the tip man !Ok good. A friend of a friend does that for living and he's been with us doing some garage fronts etc. He's taught me there should always be a layer of that stone dust (we call it stone ash) underneath, you need to hammer the tiles in place with a large rubber mallet so they won't settle later resulting in uneveness, and once properly tamped down the dust layer will be completely waterproof so if there are any low spots they'll puddle.
I'll do that.let me know if you need help moving stuff
40 years ago....and you JUST got married?....Did you lose your fooking mind??:nuts:Finally found a house to replace my bachelor pad...things you have to do when you get married.
But I have to move all the shit I have been collecting since cashing my first paycheck 40 years ago.