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Straighten up left wall of existing shed

Posted by Luca R.

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Ipswich, Queensland, Australia

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Saturday, 9th Sep 2017
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Need to straighten up left wall of existing shed.

Please find scope of works below. Shed is 3mt wide by 5mt long. Existing front posts are 100x100. Note the shed is cladded with asbestos cement sheeting. There is no need of cutting the existing walls however I want to make sure you are aware of it.

Works need to happen on Saturday the 2nd of September.

- Cut Existing left post at ground level.
- Cut internal concrete around 200mm off the left wall, break down and dispose into the existing bin.
- Straighten up left wall (push the bottom to the right)
- Supply and Install 2 x new timber posts threaded hard wood [Content Moderated] m Long on left and right side, concrete them in into the ground and connect to existing ones (bolts or brackets)
- Install 2 x steel angles (bolt to existing structure) as per picture. Steel angles will be supplied.
- Cut to size villaboard sheeting and nail to existing structure (2 x different locations). Villaboard already on site.
- General tidy up, nailing where necessary
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Luca R.poster
Hi Tony, I have sent you a message. Do you want to have a look to the property tomorrow? I`ll be there if you want to catch up.
Hi Luca I cannot give you a price via a text without looking but I'd say your under budget as air tasker alone take out 50 then your got material costs as well
Luca R.poster
Hi Tony, subject to confirmation after site inspection, are you available to complete these works on Sat and would be the ball park figure matching my budget? Thanks, Luca
No worries Luca
Hiya Luca, The shed is leaning, and moving the front posts over to compensate may not fix the problem. Would it not be better to pull the shed square and brace it internally and externally. This would remove the need to reconcrete in posts and shift the wall of the shed over. Would take advice from Tony on this, as he has the experience.
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