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Ian Leach

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About Ian Leach

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    Supporting member, Raffle Sponsor 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011,
  • Birthday 13/04/1978

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  • Location:
    Gloucestershire,
  • Interests
    wood turning, hand carving, enertaining my kids, My 1st landy
  • Occupation
    Woodcrafts

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  1. I can hand draw something if you like, whats the time scale.
  2. The newer sheets are mixed cellulose and cement, the older stuff was asbestos fibers and cement 15-20 percent I believe low risk.
  3. Very unlikely to be an asbestos roof, it will more that likely be a cement roof which may or may not have slight asbestos in it. I would take pictures of damage already done, then board.
  4. Try and get December and January off. Doesn't always go to plan with a few days here and there inbetween and any emergency work. But close enough.
  5. Felix is right, small claims court, give him reasonable time to pay, send reminder and final reminder. All sent by email. When you go to court make sure all your paperwork is in perfect order and the judges that you would of sent before. You'll get all your money back plus costs, lost wages going to court. Been in this situation before.
  6. Don't just type in and press search, when you type a drop down menu appears. When you see what you want on the menu click it.
  7. I got a different saw than you, message shavey on here.
  8. Dam you, I'm trying to save money, what was the total cost Inc shipping.
  9. Mine came with bar chain and a few other bits. .
  10. @shavey on here is the person to see I get all my Dolmar kit of him.
  11. Do you click on the drop down menu, cause I got this

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