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Agateware

Red clay + white clay = awesome results!  After reading an article in Ceramic Arts Daily on how to create ceramic wares that mimic the look of agate rocks, I decided to experiment with the process in my classes.   157 more words

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Digger Man, First Excavation & Hello Tool Shed

First things first in a sizeable renovation project is building a shed to store all the tools in! Mikey found just the shed on Gumtree (an online classified site). 467 more words

RED MARBLE SLAB FOR NEW MANDAI BLOCK NICHE

This is our red marble slab (红石) in a regular size niche in Mandai Columbarium. We offer the lowest rate you can ever have in the market with no addtional charges. 9 more words

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Regular Marble Slab For New Mandai Block Niche

This is another of our regular marble slab (云石) in a regular size niche with one person’s name engraved in Mandai Columbarium. We offer the lowest rate you can ever have in the market with no addtional charges. 9 more words

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Week 12 - Time for a Slab Party!

Well thanks to the weather holding up we had a very productive week! Blow by blow pics of our ground floor slab.

As a majority of the ground floor will be polished concrete (Holcim “Acacia” shown below) the pour for the slab was done over two separate days. 297 more words

Coping stones for wall

Paving slabs (450mm x 450mm)…

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Jig to cut 112mm widths…

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Jig to face edges of coping…

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All done! Mostly used by the local; squirrels, cats & foxes. 10 more words

Trees Too Close to Foundation

I look at houses all the time that have mature trees and bushes growing too close to the foundation.  Trees and bushes will remove moisture from the soil, and if they’re removing moisture from underneath or adjacent to the foundation, the foundation could experience some distress from the movement of the soil. 296 more words

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