I certainly wouldn't reapply, do the job with the drainage built in and that's it.
Looks totally fine to me.
Ceiling fan and open the windows. Sorted for under £120.
Paving slabs like that on a new build site will be nothing fancy, just a merchant obtained 600x600 buff riven slab.
It would appear the OP has been living under a rock for a while.
Must be a cheap Hozelock hose, mine doesn't kink one bit! It's the silver hose if that helps.
Any Hozelock reel will do you but beware the longer you go the better your incoming supply needs to be otherwise it will be feeble. Water friction...
For the sake of £50, I'd have the cooker installed and checked by a gas engineer. Ever seen a gas explosion at a house?
That was a cheap job! I take it the water company didn't get involved as the entry to the property would never have been passed..
Whereabouts is this meter/utility hatch situated?
£130 a kerb plus the VAT on a standard width footpath is the going rate. It's cheap as chips.
Very little value to used blocks in my experience, each one has to be cleaned so they go back down tightly, which is very time consuming.
Removing dust from air?? Why?
Ceiling fan (£99 from B&Q) will solve all your issues.
Just pump the lot out down the drain; a small amount of oil will look like a lot when in fact it isn't much at all.
Pay peanuts and get monkeys - that's what I see here.
£615 sounds a whole lot of cash to service and *power flush* the system, no wonder many plumbers are swanning around in Range Rover TDV8's etc
I'll drink to that :)
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