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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    send an email over to

    phil@pdrd.co.uk

    they will sort you out a fair quote.
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    Kit form Steel Framed Buildings

    Hi all,

    PDRD Steel Structures are currently offering graet prices on supply only kit framed buildings with quick delivery times.

    Please feel free to get in touch for a quote.

    phil@pdrd.co.uk...
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    Re: Building near a 33kV line

    :D
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    Re: Building near a 33kV line

    It would be more to do with swinging the steel around or the crane etc rather than the electric jumping. It would only take a strong wind to blow and swing a rafter around as its being lifted to...
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    Re: Second hand shed

    You should buy a kit like this http://thefarmingforum.co.uk/index.php?threads/23ft-x-30ft-steel-frame-workshop-garage.18599/
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    Re: Second hand shed

    If you can do a lot of the work yourself and you don't put a cost on your time then yes it can be viable, otherwise it isn't.
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    Re: Housing Companies

    If you can get a figure like 20million then you can sell up and move somewhere far away from any other houses and walkers....
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    Re: new desktop computer

    Novatech. Priced like Dell but all UK built and very helpful aftersales people.
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    Re: lean to shed

    Yep that can happen
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    Re: lean to shed

    Not on your nelly would it collapse.

    Recently did a new 6380 sq meter parcel force depot and the lean to office on the gable end is 7m wide and has 203x133x25UB rafters....... ;) and that has...
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    Re: lean to shed

    254X146X31ub minimum for a 30ft lean to at 7.5deg.

    A 7.5 deg pitch is fine, 90% of industrial warehouses have a roof pitch of 6deg.
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    Re: cladding cutting

    Fein nibbler is the one to get.
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    Re: Concrete under stanchions ?

    You dont 'need' any concrete on top of the column baseplate for the foundations to work. The pad foundation should be designed to work as it is cast with the holding down bolts in it. The concrete...
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    Re: where am i going wrong

    Can't you just do to a range and shoot clays?
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    Re: New range wars

    Don't blame him, what goes around, comes around.
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    Re: what pay

    10 per hour +
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    Re: Return to Invoice

    I took it when purchasing a new car in September. 299 well spent for the piece of mind, if its written off in year 2 can you afford to make up the 30% difference to get a new one?
  18. Re: Cost of Erecting Storage Sheds/Grain Stores/Light Industrial Units

    If it is an industrial park and goes through planning and building regs then you will be looking at fully insulated units so yes your per sq/m would be quite expensive. Rough ballpark figures per...
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    Re: New build with future possibilities

    Yes. The attached is a farm shop in the making, steel frame and mezz floor hidden underneath the stone and timber. :)
  20. Re: Silage clamp construction - any useful tips/hints appreciated!

    Sounds like a good plan, can't see any need for the dividing wall now if your using the face in 2 days. Get the stile saw out....
  21. Re: Silage clamp construction - any useful tips/hints appreciated!

    The side with the columns behind the panels will be fine. One the other side which has potential double loading, I would seriously consider shuttering reinforced concrete walls including encasing the...
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    Re: Agricultural planning consultant

    Father in Law is currently using Ian Pick for a poultry unit in Herefordshire. He was recommended by a few different people. He seems to be the man in the know.
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    Re: C Purlins

    You will need to check the thickness of them, it will be anything from 1.3mm to 2.5mm and will make a big difference. Don't forget that they will need tying together will sag rods at the mid point....
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    Re: Flashing

    If its in a grain store then the best way is to use a twice bent flashing. 1 vertical leg that fixes to the sheeting, then a bend at 45deg. to fall down to the inside face of the panel then another...
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    Re: advice on pram purchase !!!

    Congratulations on your news.

    We didn't bother buying a pushchair this time, our daughter is now 3 months old. My wife has a few different baby wraps, they are very good IMO. No getting muddy...
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