I would like to let you all know that KimCan now has a KimCan Facebook page… making it easier for you to catch snippits as they happen!
This is my take on a Dewalt stand. KimCan has a Walko top which I have mounted using Dewalt’s saw mounting brackets.
The top is spaced from the mounting bracket so that the table is the same hight as my MFT 3 and Kaypex.
I use Festool clamps and my Zyliss vice for holding just about anything that I have to work on.
Being compact this bench can be used when there is no room for my MFT 3.
- Zyliss vice
- Also comes with Purdy
- Walko top
We are well under way with King Edward Street. From these pictures you can see this property has not been worked on for years even though it had been rented out. The tenants had no heating
Always important to make sure that your pipe work is neat and solder joints clean.
We have today submitted our plans to Canterbury City Council for all alterations and extension to our new project in Whitstable.
Plans were drawn up and submitted online by Ten Studio, who are run by a lovely couple called Mario and Victoria.
Pictures here show before shots of the property and a shot of the planned extension.
My van has just been given it’s own personality, if you see me driving around do say hello.
If you would like one of my business cards or would like me to come and view a project for you, just ask!
Quotes are free!
The sign writting was done by a local firm, who are very professional.
Landlords Justin & Brett’s, rented property on the main road in Wincheap, Canterbury was having trouble with the flank and front wall of the house being cold, noisy with a small amount of penetrating dampness. I over came this by removing all the contaminated plaster, battening the wall and insulating it. This was then covered with foil backed plasterboard and plastered.
Fitting skirting boards at Shelia’s house near Sittingbourne.
The skirting boards were screwed and plugged so as to give a finish that could have varnish applied.
Recent work I have completed for Tracy & Lesley, included, fitting a kitchen, a family bathroom and laying an oak floor in the living room and hall.
This latest project was replacing a storage cupboard in their spare bedroom.
This house has no down stairs toilet, it was not possible to locate a new toilet in the large front hall as no drains were in the front of the house.
The only option was to pinch part of their dining room and build a small room with extraction to the outside of the property.