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March 28, 2021 50 min
DIY with 'The Resident Builder' Peter Wolfkamp Podcast- Sunday 28th March 2021
 
In this week's show, 1st caller Jean asks for advice on what to do about cupping in her Cedar clad home, caller Steve asks Pete about regulations for making part of his shed habitable small living space while he builds his house.  Other topics discussed in this week's show include insulation, The Building Code, Tiling, Flooring, bathroom-ware, Ceiling tiles and how to cover them, Workspaces, driveways, and boundaries, and more DIY ideas & solutions.
Then Ruud takes us into the garden from Napier this week with first caller Joy, who asks Ruud for help with the Moth infestation in her Conifer tree, then caller Graeme asks, how do you know when a pumpkin is ripe for the picking and Ruud answers questions about Magnolia trees, Wasp nesting in internal walls, Black Wasp like insects? Guava Moth & more...
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