Ladies and gents, I’ve a key safe box attached to my house. No clue the code. Looks likes it’s been on donkeys years.
What’s the best way to tackle removing it with the least amount of damage to the bricks?
Assuming to buy my first house and viewed a Victorian terrace today. Its been unlived in for sometime as I think the previous owner died. It's a real project, and it looks like Someone had a go at renovations but then gave up.
Some of the brickwork in the front room has been exposed, and there's quite a major crack in at the point where the bay window is.
How serious do you think it is? We really really like the house but not sure if this is a total no go.
Photos of the crack and basement photo of area directly underneath it
Really grateful for any advice
Can anyone help me understand what's going on with the brickwork on this 1900s solid brick semi detached house in NW UK?
It appears the original lime mortar has been repointed with hard cement. Because of this, I suspect, a few bricks have spalled, but I'm more concerned that many of the others seem to have holes / fissures. What I'm trying to establish is if this is normal for bricks of this type / age with just repointing required, or if should be a major point of concern?
I have tested for damp on the internal face and there are some spots where I get elevated readings and a couple of spots that measure as saturated. These damp readings were found all over the wall on both floors, not just at floor / ceiling level.
Hi all! My partner is starting to remodel her childhood house and we are looking to self print the external brickwork. Any tips on what type of paper to use when printing and then how to protect from fade/dirt Many thanks! Dan
Hi Guys, Blender Newbie here.
I thought I'd tackle something "easy" and make a 3D model of TARS from Interstellar. However, I have fallen at the first hurdle. How do I make the indentations you see in the picture? ( almost like the gaps between bricks). I tried loop cuts and then extruded them but that turned out to be very time consuming, inaccurate and messy. There must be a better way. Thanks in Advance !