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Discussion in 'New Joiners Introductions' started by johnny, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. MosaicGirl

    MosaicGirl Tiling Forum Moderator Staff Member

    Hi, Johnny, just swooned over your pool surround there, lovely. Welcome, the kettle is on. :)
     
  2. Clive Hill

    Clive Hill Serious Contributor

    "Gren-ich Sarf Eas' Lahn-dan" :p
     
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  3. Clive Hill

    Clive Hill Serious Contributor

    Just checked out your website....WOW!

    Plenty of space in this sponge to absorb your advice :)


    Welcome to the forum
     
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  4. johnny

    johnny Serious Contributor

    Thanks Clive . A mate of mine finished web site last week . Been a long struggle as never done before .
    Just trying to get the photos to download quicker or people might loseinterest I think
     
  5. johnny

    johnny Serious Contributor

    thanks david
    was having a chat with jason today about a job that i have been appointed to for a church refurb and he mentioned that you may well be able to give some advice.
    I have had a little look see at what you specialise in and we may have quite a bit in common on the restoration /reclaimed front.
    this job all revolves around a subfloor with no dpm and laying new french limestone.
    shall i just put the question out in the open forum and we can dissect together ?
     
  6. DavidCarr

    DavidCarr Tiling Forum Admin Staff Member

    Yes please do, I've worked on a few church floors over the years. Admittedly it has all be Victorian style flooring but always good to exchange ideas.
     
  7. johnny

    johnny Serious Contributor

    I went to Greenwich last Thursday with my little boy.
    We took the clipper ferry from London eye. Great service .
    Pre booked the planetarium which was the main reason to go plus cutty sark.
    After some effort to get up to,the observatory with my dodgy tilers knee , i was informed that there was a breakdown and show not on but would be offered a refund .
    What a let down !!,
    Most people only book once to come here and we could have come another time with a bit more notice.
    That said I loved the cutty sark and the maritime museum . No other country can put on an exhibition like this but I guess they need the Hertitage to have a chance to compete.
    Strangely I went to to,quote fora floor the next day and the client was the project manager for cutty sark and he gave me some interesting info on how the restoration was achieved.
    I have done a fair bit of work on blackheath and roads down to Greenwich over the years in fantastic properties and it isa very special place .
    Just avoid the traditional homemade pie and mash shop that has recently relocated from round the corner to prime site. There is nothing prime about the beef in the pies .it was cheap as chips but the quality was absolutely dire.
    They must be paying big rent and could make a mint if they up,their game and served proper quality home made pie fare.
    They could charge treble no problem.
    What I got,reminded me of of the pies I saw in les miserables film last week .
     
  8. AMA Tiling

    AMA Tiling Top Notch Contributor

    Don't Know how I missed You Johnny but a Belated welcome. Not on here that long myself, only getting around to actually reading old posts and interacting since the turn of the year. I have an Uncle in Surrey. Don't see him often and have no idea wherabouts In Surrey he is. For all I know he could be your best mate lol. Anyways, have fun on the Forum and no doubt we will cross "Cursors" in the near future.
     
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  9. branty1uk

    branty1uk Tiling Forum Moderator Staff Member

    I love Greenwich. Not sure where you got your pies from. Have you had much pie n mash?
     
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  10. Clive Hill

    Clive Hill Serious Contributor

    Don't the traditionally use mutton Danny? I love a bit of pie, mash and liquor :p:thumbup:
     
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  11. branty1uk

    branty1uk Tiling Forum Moderator Staff Member

    I've only had beef (but who knows these days). The thing is the way the mince is cooked, and the suet crust pastry. If you're not used to it, it's different to your usual minced beef pie.
     
  12. Schluter-Systems Ltd

    Schluter-Systems Ltd Tiling Products Support

    Welcome on board Johnny,

    If you want to drop your details through to sales@schluter.co.uk we will arrange to send you a Schlüter-TILER-KIT consisting of a 17 litre mixing bucket and lid, with a 4 x 3 Karl Dahm Trowel and a 5 m Tape for FREE. Will even chuck in a polo shirt if you let us know your size.

    Carl
     
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  13. johnny

    johnny Serious Contributor

    i did a few church floors some years ago but lost contact with architect.
    Doing this one now is taking me back .
    they are always interesting layout patterns and this is what i like to do most.
    I would be more than happy to do a floor with your product.
    Have a look see at how I have approached this floor and if you think i am up to standard you require then lets get in touch.
    regards johnny
     
  14. branty1uk

    branty1uk Tiling Forum Moderator Staff Member

    I contact the architect again this week, see if a main contractor has been appointed yet.
     
  15. AOS Tiling

    AOS Tiling Superb Contributor

    BAl do leads??? I've never had one.... guess I need to up me game?
     
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