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October 24, 2020 37 min
DIY with 'The Resident Builder' Pete (The Wolf) Wolfkamp Podcast Sunday 25th October 2020
In this week's show caller Kevin seeks advice on a home he just purchased with an un-consented deck, Nick asks about the legalities of converting a conservatory into an extra living area. Other topics discussed on the show are cracks in concrete walls and the best fix, we touch on Asbestos, Decramastic roof tiles, Kitchen cabinetry, soundproofing, Board and Baton cladding, Sealants, IMBE, and more... Then we head into the Garden with Ruud Kleinpaste where he answers your questions about the garden, environment, creepy crawlies...This week Nasturtiums, Friend or Foe?, Aphids on Roses, The Chattam Island Forget Me Not, Fig tree produce fail this season, What species of beetles are eating my Feijoa tree at night and how to get rid of them?
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