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It did, but I took it off because it make it worse. In heavy rain it just directs water back toward the shed. Maybe I could tuck some of this under th ...

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We've had one of these Absco sheds for a few years, and I'm getting tired of the rain dripping off the roof, which makes the grass in front of the she ...

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2 weeks ago

@Malcolm Why not use something like yellow tongue flooring? Then there'd be no gaps to drop things down, and for spiders and snakes to come in.

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I had the same problem, and ended up bolting on extensions to the rafters and doing it the normal way. I extended the overhang at the same time so the ...

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Late reply. I suspect a long handled scoop might be difficult to manoeuvre. I've been meaning to build a gutter vacuumer like this one:https://www.you ...

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2 weeks ago

I get it now. I was screwing the whole piece off. If i just unscrew the blue nozzle, I can fit 10mm tubing over it ok. I'll have to hunt around and se ...

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2 weeks ago

Good idea. The diameter of the thread is about 15.5mm. Do you think 13mm tubing would fit over it? And would a hose clamp then seal it well enough? Th ...

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It's working today, maybe they had an outage for a while.

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2 weeks ago

I had the same problem, and ended up bolting on extensions to the rafters and doing it the normal way. I extended the overhang at the same time so the ...

pstq
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2 weeks ago

Late reply. I suspect a long handled scoop might be difficult to manoeuvre. I've been meaning to build a gutter vacuumer like this one:https://www.you ...

pstq
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2 weeks ago

I get it now. I was screwing the whole piece off. If i just unscrew the blue nozzle, I can fit 10mm tubing over it ok. I'll have to hunt around and se ...

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2 weeks ago

Good idea. The diameter of the thread is about 15.5mm. Do you think 13mm tubing would fit over it? And would a hose clamp then seal it well enough? Th ...

pstq
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2 weeks ago

It's working today, maybe they had an outage for a while.

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4 weeks ago

You might want to check if there's a nursery that can supply local provenance plants, so they're the exact type for the local birds. Honey bees aren't ...

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4 weeks ago

Do you mean turn the bench so it's one long bench from the sink? Wouldn't that cover those doors? It also doesn't add any storage space unless you get ...

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That's an unusual arrangement for the outlet. Normally it would go down, straight out the back, or maybe to one side then straight out, so there's a c ...

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