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Comment: 'Fermacell' partitions need sanding at the edges producing a lot of fine dust (not toxic but requiring mask and goggles)
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May 15, 2008 - 11:28 AM
Creation of a puzzle - partition frame built through ladder !

Oak frame left exposed , requiring very accurately cut 'fermacell' panels.  Slow progress when I'm working alone.

The electrician and plumber now both use large diameter flexible and colourful conduits which can be completely built into slabs or behind partitions, through which wires or plastic pipes can be drawn. The cost of copper for pipes means that plastic has completely replaced it except where they are exposed.

All these conduits will be covered by a suspended chestnut parquet insulated floor.

The corner of the kitchen where all the hot and cold water pipes come up from the 'sous sol' 1000 litre hot water heating buffer tank.

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