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Short stories about my daily life as a handyman with photos, descriptions of my works and occasional tips and tricks

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  • Writer's pictureDavid Sweeney

Replacement kitchen worktops can always present a challenge. I'm trying to replace a large component of a finished kitchen, so often things have built up around it.

In this case, the worktop had to fit under the old tile line and in quite a small space. You can see I had to get the old window open. Apparently not opened for 20 years. I also had to cut a section of the windowsill off (stuck back on after)

Fortunately it all worked out and with the new sink in, looks very nice.

  • Writer's pictureDavid Sweeney

Must be the time of year for bathroom makeovers. Here's the 2nd in as many months. What you can't see under the tiles is the underfloor heating installed.

  • Writer's pictureDavid Sweeney

After completion of a bathroom recently I thought I would post a full gallery of photos of the process . These show some of the various steps and the final look.

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