DIY General thread


#362

Photos please. We cant advise until then


#363

Lightweight aluminum scaffold tower. Have 2 likewise in my own place, changed them to led and luckily haven’t had an issue yet. If you know a painter or plasterer, they might be able to help.


#364

15 bathrooms and a fancy dan mezannine


#365

Anyone any recommendations for a stove?
It’s going to be going into a reasonably small room, about 5m x 5m.
Won’t be connected to a back boiler.


#366

I’ve had a few dealings with the Technical Dept. in Stanley. Can’t rate them highly enough. There’s an English lad there and he knows his stuff.


#367

I was in Dealz last week and was very impressed with their selection of bulbs, I’d imagine they’re a fraction of the price you’d pay elsewhere.


#368

Pop out to Larry Ryans, he won’t see you wrong.


#369

Is that Ryan’s Stoves on the Old Dublin Road?


#370

Thats the one.

http://ryanstoves.ie/


#371

Stanley outsource a lot of their stuff to China now and apparently have a much inferior product because of it.


#372

Henley the same I believe, probably a few more. It came out in the press recently iirc.


#373

I have a lovely Boru one.


#374

2 step ladders and a plank


#375

I like this Stanley Oisin


#376

My boru one is like that only black.


#377

Did not know that. We’ve a Stanley Erin in for over 10 years with a back boiler and it’s been a great little stove.


#378

I wouldn’t be brave enough for that I don’t think albeit I have considered it


#379

Have an oisin stove myself. Great little stove


#380

Has anyone installed a stove into a sun room to keep it warm during winter?

I have a decent drive with a back boiler in the living room but it barely registers on the rads in the sun room. Started looking into it last week.


#381

I have 84sqm of laminate floors facing me tomorrow :neutral_face: