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1. Microsoft Privacy Statement – Microsoft privacy
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Privacy Statement – Microsoft privacyMicrosoftMicrosoft Privacy StatementLast Updated: October 2017 What's new? Expand AllCollapse AllPrintYour privacy is important to us. This privacy statement explains what personal data Microsoft collect...
9267 your image may be captured by our security cameras.If you use Spend,1_b@b_1your direction, we may also collect payment card information, receipt data, or financial transaction data, to provide the service.If you use Enterprise Online Services, Microsoft collects Customer Data (including content), Support Data, and Administrator Data, defined below in the Enterprise and Developer Products section. We also collect information you provide to us and the content of messages you send to us, such as feedback and product reviews you write, or questions and information you provide for customer support. When you contact us, such as for customer support, phone conversations or chat sessions with our representatives may be monitored and recorded.Product-specific sections below describe data collection practices applicable to use of those products.How We Use Personal DataHow We Use Personal DatamainhowweusepersonaldatamoduleSummaryMicrosoft uses the data we collect to operate our business and provideback8767back top light above the bed22326t of your emails in Outlook.com, or files in private folders on OneDrive), when we have a good faith belief that doing so is necessary to: comply with applicable law or respond to valid legal process, including from law enforcement or other government agencies; protect our customers, for example to prevent spam or attempts to defraud users of our products, or to help prevent the loss of life or serious injury of anyone; operate and maintain the security of our products, including to prevent or stop an attack on our computer systems or networks; or protect the rights or property of Microsoft, including enforcing the terms governing the use of the services - however, if we receive information indicating that someone is using our services to traffic in stolen intellectual or physical property of Microsoft, we will not inspect a customer's private content ourselves, but we may refer the matter to law enforcement. For more information about data we disclose in response to requests from lawtop21826back top light above the bed39767ddition to standard cookies and web beacons, our products can also use other similar technologies to store and read data files on your computer. This is typically done to maintain your preferences or to improve speed and performance by storing certain files locally. But, like standard cookies, these technologies can also be used to store a unique identifier for your computer, which can then be used to track behavior. These technologies include Local Shared Objects (or "Flash cookies") and Silverlight Application Storage. Local Shared Objects or "Flash cookies." Web sites that use Adobe Flash technologies can use Local Shared Objects or "Flash cookies" to store data on your computer. To manage or block Flash cookies, go to www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager.html. Silverlight Application Storage. Web sites or applications that use Microsoft Silverlight technology also have the ability to store data by using Silverlight Application Storage. To lelight39267back top light above the bed19737 29ervices, and we also allow other third-party ad companies to display advertisements on our sites. These third parties may place cookies on your computer and collect data about your online activities across websites or online services. These companies currently include, but are not limited to: A9, AppNexus, Criteo, Facebook, MediaMath, nugg.adAG, Oath, Rocket Fuel, Yahoo!. You may find more information on each company's practices, including the choices it offers, by clicking on the company names above. Many of them are also members of the NAI or DAA, which each provide a simple way to opt out of ad targeting from participating companies. Reasons We Share Personal DataReasons We Share Personal DatamainreasonswesharepersonaldatamoduleSummary We share your personal data with your consent or as necessary to complete any transaction or provide any product you have requested or authorized. We also share data with Microsoft-controlled affiliates and subsidiaries; with vendors working on our beabove the19237back top light above the bed3081 Bing, register for a Microsoft event, speak a voice command to Cortana, upload a document to OneDrive, purchase an MSDN subscription, sign up for Office 365, or contact us for support. We get some of it by recording how you interact with our products by, for example, using technologies like cookies, and receiving error reports or usage data from software running on your device. We also obtain data from third parties. We protect data obtained from third parties according to the practices described in this statement, plus any additional restrictions imposed by the source of the data. These third-party sources vary over time, but have included: Data brokers from which we purchase demographic data to supplement the data we collect.Social networks when you grant permission to a Microsoft product to access your data on one or more networks.Service providers that help us determine a location based on your IP address in order to customize certain products to your location.Partners with whichbed2581back top light above the bed
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2. Short Stories: Hansel and Gretel by Brothers Gr...
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Hansel and Gretel by Brothers Grimm short stories interactive word games Brothers Grimm Hansel and Gretel Hard by a great forest dwelt a poor wood-cutter with his wife and his two childr...
2110 Hansel, "Now all is over with us." "Be quiet, Gretel," said Hansel, "do not distress yourself, I will soon find a way to help us." And when the old folks had fallen asleep, he got up, put on his little coat, opened the door below, and crept outside. < 2 > The moon shone brightly, and the white pebbles which lay in front of the house glittered like real silver pennies. Hansel stooped and stuffed the little pocket of his coat with as many as he could get in. Then he went back and said to Gretel, "Be comforted, dear little sister, and sleep in peace, God will not forsake us," and he lay down again in his bed. When day dawned, but before the sun had risen, the woman came and awoke the two children, saying, "Get up, you sluggards. We are going into the forest to fetch wood." She gave each a little piece of bread, and said, "There is something for your dinner, but do not eat it up before then, for you will get nothing else." Gretel took the bread under herback1610back top light above the bed6564the woman had locked the door, and Hansel could not get out. Nevertheless he comforted his little sister, and said, "Do not cry, Gretel, go to sleep quietly, the good God will help us." Early in the morning came the woman, and took the children out of their beds. Their piece of bread was given to them, but it was still smaller than the time before. On the way into the forest Hansel crumbled his in his pocket, and often stood still and threw a morsel on the ground. "Hansel, why do you stop and look round?" Said the father. "Go on." "I1_b&b_1looking back1_b@b_1my little pigeon which is sitting on the roof, and wants to say good-bye to me, answered Hansel. "Fool." Said the woman, "That is not your little pigeon, that is the morning sun that is shining on the chimney." Hansel, however, little by little, threw all the crumbs on the path. The woman led the children still deeper into the forest, where they had never in their lives been before. Then a great fire was agatop6064back top light above the bed837 and once, when great dearth fell on the land, he could no longer procure even daily bread. Now when he thought over this by night in his bed, and tossed about in his anxiety. He groaned and said to his wife, "What is to become of us? How are we to feed our poor children, when we no longer have anything even for ourselves?" "I'll tell you what, husband," answered the woman, "early tomorrow morning we will take the children out into the forest to where it is the thickest. There we will light a fire for them, and give each of them one more piece of bread, and then we will go to our work and leave them alone. They will not find the way home again, and we shall be rid of them." "No, wife," said the man, "I will not do that. How can I bear to leave my children alone in the forest? The wild animals would soon come and tear them to pieces." "Oh! you fool," said she, "then we must all four die of hunger, you may as well plane the planks for our coffins," and she left him nolight337back top light above the bed9174 70And when its song was over, it spread its wings and flew away before them, and they followed it until they reached a little house, on the roof of which it alighted. And when they approached the little house they saw that it was built of bread and covered with cakes, but that the windows were of clear sugar. "We will set to work on that," said Hansel, "and have a good meal. I will eat a bit of the roof, and you Gretel, can eat some of the window, it will taste sweet." Hansel reached up above, and broke off a little of the roof to try how it tasted, and Gretel leant against the window and nibbled1_b@b_1the panes. Then a soft voice cried from the parlor - "Nibble, nibble, gnaw who is nibbling1_b@b_1my little house?" < 6 > The children answered - "The wind, the wind, the heaven-born wind," and went on eating without disturbing themselves. Hansel, who liked the taste of the roof, tore down a great piece of it, and Gretel pushed out the whole of oneabove the8674back top light above the bed480Short Stories: Hansel and Gretel by Brothers Grimm short stories interactive word games Brothers Grimm Hansel and Gretel Hard by a great forest dwelt a poor wood-cutter with his wife and his two children. The boy was called Hansel and the girl Gretel. He had little to bite and to break, and once, when great dearth fell on the land, he could no longer procure even daily bread. Now when he thought over this by night in his bed, and tossed about in his anxiety. He groaned and said to his wife, "What is to become of us? How are we to feed our poor children, when we no longer have anything even for ourselves?" "I'll tell you what, husband," answered the woman, "early tomorrow morning we will take the children out into the forest to where it is the thickest. There we will light a fire for them, and give each of them one more piece of bread, and then we will go to our work and leave them alone. They will not find the way home again, abed1back top light above the bed
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3. Paving Expert - AJ McCormack & Son - Drainage -...
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3839re and vice-versa. Plastic pipes are much lighter and therefore easier to handle than clayware, and can be easily cut with a hacksaw, whereas clayware is heavy and needs to be cut with special pipecutters or a power-saw. Clayware is relatively fragile, and care must be taken during handling to avoid accidental breakages. Although clayware dominated the drainage market 25 years ago, its market has been dramatically eaten into by plasticware over recent years. Now, however, clayware is fighting back and making great play of its claims to be a more environmentally friendly material in that it has lower energy costs during manufacture and requires less aggegates for bedding/backfilling. Further, the Clay Pipe Development Association is promoting the selling points that clayware is completely resistant to gnawing by the ever increasing rat/rodent population and is less likely to be damaged by high-pressure jetting techniques, which are becoming the most popular method of drain and sewer cback3339back top light above the bed16688onment Technical Handbook Building Regs (Northern Ireland) Building Regulations Republic of Ireland particularly Part H - Drainage and Waste Water Disposal Various British Standards - see list Sewers for Adoption - 7th ed. Design and construction guide for developers [There should be a set of navigation buttons here, but your browser does notsupport inline frames or is currently configured not to display framesYou can still use the text-based navigation facility1_b@b_1the top of the page, though.]top16188back top light above the bed3382l gravel or pea-shingle. This essential bedding material can often cost as much as, or even more than, the pipes and fittings needed for the job. Which is better? The range of fittings, bends, junctions, gullies etc., available for clayware is claimed to be greater than for plastic, and the flexible couplings of clayware offer more 'play' than the rigid plastic couplings. There are adaptor couplings available that will connect plastic to clayware and vice-versa. Plastic pipes are much lighter and therefore easier to handle than clayware, and can be easily cut with a hacksaw, whereas clayware is heavy and needs to be cut with special pipecutters or a power-saw. Clayware is relatively fragile, and care must be taken during handling to avoid accidental breakages. Although clayware dominated the drainage market 25 years ago, its market has been dramatically eaten into by plasticware over recent years. Now, however, clayware is fighting back and making great play of its claims tolight2882back top light above the bed8005 10 14d level. The bedding is prepared in advance, with a recess scooped out to accommodate sockets, if necessary. Pipes should be laid on a full bed of granular material and NOT propped up on bricks, bits of stone, broken flagstones, etc. The pipe should be settled into the bedding or have the bedding packed beneath it until it is1_b@b_1the correct alignment and level as indicated by the guide line (string or laser). Pipe Laying Laying Plain-ended Pipes (clayware or plastic) As noted above, many drainage systems are termed 'Plain-ended'. This refers to the pipes, which have no integral socket and rely on couplings to join together pipes and fittings. This type of system has some advantages over socket and spigot types, in that the separate couplings offer greater flexibility and off-cuts from pipes can utilised by simply adding a coupling to each end. Typical coupling The ends of the pipes, whether they are plasticware or clayware, are chamfered when new. Pipes and fabove the bed7505back top light above the bed
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Latex Mattress bed Reviews, Ratings 2017 : Best top Rated Natural Brands : Plushbeds Flobeds Foam Sweet Foam Savvy Rest Spindle Sleep On Latex SleepEZ Zenhaven Since 2008 Unbiased Independent Home | About | Contac...
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Starfall: A Star Guardian Story & Bios Starfall: A Star Guardian Story & Bios Posted on September 6, 20171_b@b_110:30 AM by Moobeat "Here comes a rising star." ...
1376ng. It starts pitch black. It's so dark, I'm not sure my eyes are even open. It's like being woken up when the power's gone out. All those familiar bits of light snuffed out, swallowed up. Just me and an empty night. I can't help myself. I reach out, hoping that it is just a blackout, that I can just push away the weight of being alone like too many heavy blankets. But the darkness doesn't move. I tread midnight like water in a well, all the while the cold drip of loneliness slips down my back. Then I realize that there's no surface to break. My chest tightens. My panic rises and it's hard to breathe. I'm in way over my head. Then someone or something's pulled the plug1_b@b_1the bottom of the darkness and I'm sinking further into the inky black. My mouth opens to yell, to scream, but only silence comes out. What did I expect when I have a mouth full of nothing? My heart's beating too fast. Just when I'm about to give up, just when I'm about to let go, I feel them. Janna. Lulu. Pback876back top light above the bed2698 406reaming maybe, untroubled by the darkness that surrounds us. I stretch my arms out, but they're too far. That's when I realize we're falling. The horizon of a world big and blue rushes up to meet us. I can't concentrate on where we're going, the danger that's fast approaching. At this point I don't care. All I can see are my sisters falling. The atmosphere of the planet below us burns hot, and their lights ignite. My arms ache to the bone. I try to catch them. I try to hold on, but I can't stop them from falling. I'm not strong enough to keep us together. I'm not enough for them. The tips of my own fingers start to glow and break apart. The last thing I see is their emblems darkening as their light shatters into a rainbow of ragged cinders. And then I wake up. I'm in my bed, the blanket in a sweaty tangle. The darkness is gone, replaced by a muted gray. I've taken to sleeping with one of the windows open. I walk over to it and watch the street below. The soft glow of the lightstop light2198back top light above the bed3240 19 248gh to keep us together. I'm not enough for them. The tips of my own fingers start to glow and break apart. The last thing I see is their emblems darkening as their light shatters into a rainbow of ragged cinders. And then I wake up. I'm in my bed, the blanket in a sweaty tangle. The darkness is gone, replaced by a muted gray. I've taken to sleeping with one of the windows open. I walk over to it and watch the street below. The soft glow of the lights outside paints me and my room in shadow. Above all the sleeping quiet is darkness. I can feel it still, stretching on and on. It's hard to see the stars from the city. Just a few pinpoints of light break it up. But I know more are out there. Somewhere. I crawl back into bed and wait for the dawn. I don't go to sleep. I can't. The dream is the same. Always the same. “Are you going to join us?” Jinx is lying on a plastic lounge chair in the backyard, while Shiro and Kuro are napping in the grass1_b@b_1her feet. It's above the bed2740back top light above the bed
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7. Headboard Light - Headboard Lamp - Over The Bed...
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light - Headboard Lamp - Over the bed light - Walter Drake If you see this message, your web browser doesn't support JavaScript or JavaScript is disabled. Please enable JavaScript to continue shopping on Wdrake.com. R...
3451 34 666oint, 2/3"1_b@b_1narrowest point on top. PLEASE NOTE: This item has been built to U.S. electronics specifications and may need additional modifications or converters to be used in countries other than the U.S. and Canada. 343190 Qty. $19.99 ADD TO CART ADD TO CART PERSONALIZE Add to Wish List » Share: You are adding more than one of this item to your cart Would you like them all personalized the same? « Go Back Yes, personalize all my items the same No, my items are different Product Reviews (20) Q A REVIEW SNAPSHOT by PowerReviewsHeadboard Light 4.4(based on 20 reviews)Ratings Distribution5 Stars (14)4 Stars (3)3 Stars (1)2 Stars (1)1 Stars (1)90% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.Ratings Distribution5 Stars (14)4 Stars (3)3 Stars (1)2 Stars (1)1 Stars (1)ProsAttractive (15)Lightweight (15)Comfortable (6)Easy to clean (4)Soft (4)ConsNo ConsBest UsesEverydback top light2951back top light above the bed20520 307 Reply · Report · J.M.SStaff on Feb 1, 2017 0 Yes, it will work. I love this light. Have had one for years. Reply · Report · Cheryl K on Nov 2, 2016 0 can I use a 60 watt bulb? A shopper on Mar 30, 2015 Best Answer: I believe they recommend no more than a 40 watt bulb. You don't need more than 40 watts to read by. This is not a light for the whole room. Also make sure your head board is high enough to keep the light above your head. Reply · Report · Eugene J on Mar 30, 2015 0 Hide answers · Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0) Vote for the best answer I have only used a 40 watt bulb since that is what was stated in the purchase directions. You could possibly use a 60 watt if you didn't leave it on for an extended period of time because the bulb may get too hot. Reply · Report · Carolyn R on Mar 30, 2015 0 Can above the20020back top light above the bed45Headboard Light - Headboard Lamp - Over The Bed Light - Walter Drake If you see this message, your web browser doesn't support JavaScript or JavaScript is disabled. Please enable JavaScript to continue shopping on Wdrake.com. Receive FREE SHIPPING + 10% off when you sign up for our exclusive offers and promotions SIGN UP Since 1947 Shop Cart 0 Search Catalog Quick Order Popular Searches Email Signup Track Order My Account 1-855-202-7393| Help Shopping Cart Items: 0 View Your Wish List Print Please enter the item numbers and the quantities of each item you wish to order from the catalog. The item number can be found in the lower left hand corner of the item description in the catalog. You can order up to 5 items1_b@b_1once. GO Kitchen Bakeware & CookwareCleaning & RepairFood StorageGadgets & UtensilsOrganization & DecorSmall Appliances & Accessobed1back top light above the bed
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8. Pavingexpert - Drainage - Manholes and Inspecti...
http://www.pavingexpert.com/drain05.htm
Inspection Chambers [there should be a set of navigation buttons here, but your browser...
5934MUST be located immediately adjacent to the IC. A reflex connection from the rainwater downpipe In theory, there would be no great problem in setting the bends some distance from the IC. A rocker pipe of, say, 1m length could be connected to the IC and run out to the right before the bends necessary to create the required angle of turn are fitted, followed by a straight line of pipes direct to the linear channel outlet. However, this is not done in practice because once the whole lot is backfilled and long-forgotten, some future investigation of the drainage system would assume (quite reasonably) that the pipe line connecting the linear channel to the IC would take the most direct route and that by digging1_b@b_1a point 1.2m or so to the right of the IC there would be no chance of accidentally hitting a pipe. Installing a new Inspection Chamber Plastic inspection chamber showing base, raising pieces and cover with frame These polypropylene (PP) Inspection Chambersback5434back top light above the bed3358heir competence. DO NOT TAKE RISKS. See Working Safely page. Connecting to an existing IC Most properties built since the 1980's will have circular inspection chambers1_b@b_1key points along the drainage system, such as changes in direction or junction. By removing the cover and checking the internal layout of these ICs, it is a simple task to ascertain whether there are 'spare' inlets available which can be utilised to form the required new connection. Any 'spare' inlets are usually stoppered from the outside with a plastic cap to prevent mud or debris from entering the chamber from the outside. Any additional new drainage can be connected to the system via one of these inlets provided that the inlet is the same size or larger than the pipework to be connected. Excavating outside the chamber will expose the stopper cap, which is then removed and the new pipework connected in its place. In cases where the inlet is a larger diameter than the pipework being connected, the use top2858back top light above the bed7377 908 48e backfilling. If placed within a driveway or other trafficked area, they should be surrounded with 150mm of concrete all around to prevent deformation, and a heavy duty cover used. The chamber, or raising pieces, can easily be cut with a saw to accommodate the frame for the cover1_b@b_1the correct level. Inspection Chamber Base Unit The base unit should be connected to the drainage system by means of rocker pipes, that is, short lengths of pipe, 300-600mm in length that will allow some slight movement of the IC and/or the rest of the drainage system without imposing and stresses onto the joints. Details of how these pre-formed inspection chambers can be inserted into an existing line of drainage using rocker pipes is given on the Connections page. Connecting to an existing manhole Although pre-formed plastic manholes (much like larger, stronger versions of the ICs illustrated above) are now becoming popular in the UK building trade, most existing manholes will be eithlight above the6877back top light above the bed6801ber Plastic inspection chamber showing base, raising pieces and cover with frame These polypropylene (PP) Inspection Chambers have a diameter of 450-550mm and cost around £80. Raising pieces are used to deal with deeper drains, up to a maximum of 1 metre; anything deeper than 1000mm requires a brick-built or concrete section manhole. The 100mm types have 5 inlets and one outlet; unused inlets are stoppered to prevent ingress of spoil. The base unit should be laid on a 100mm thick bed of concrete and the raising pieces checked for plumb (verticality) before backfilling. If placed within a driveway or other trafficked area, they should be surrounded with 150mm of concrete all around to prevent deformation, and a heavy duty cover used. The chamber, or raising pieces, can easily be cut with a saw to accommodate the frame for the cover1_b@b_1the correct level. Inspection Chamber Base Unit The base unit should be connected to the drainage system by means of rocker pipesbed6301back top light above the bed
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  'crown unit and cover' from the web at 'http://www.pavingexpert.com/images/drainage/cunc_cutaway.jpg'  jpg  cunc_cutaway
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  'Adoptable manhole in plan' from the web at 'http://www.pavingexpert.com/images/drainage/drn100.gif'  gif  drn100
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  'Manhole components' from the web at 'http://www.pavingexpert.com/images/drainage/drn101.gif'  gif  drn101
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  'rectangular cover slab' from the web at 'http://www.pavingexpert.com/images/drainage/bisc_rct.jpg'  jpg  bisc_rct
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  'circular biscuit' from the web at 'http://www.pavingexpert.com/images/drainage/bisc_rnd.jpg'  jpg  bisc_rnd
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4321exactly the same manner as shown below for inserting an access chamber. Access Chambers Access junction with single 45° oblique inlet and raising piece These access fittings are ideal for making single connections, and by using raising pieces, they are suitable to a depth of around 600mm. They typically have a lightweight aluminium cover and cost around £40. They should be set to level on a 100mm thick concrete bed but do not normally require a concrete haunch before backfilling. They come with one or two side inlets set1_b@b_1a variety of angles to suit most situations. Generally 300-450mm in diameter, and 225-300mm deep, with raising pieces generally 225-450mm deep. Plan view of access junction Installation Both access chambers and branch junctions can be 'inserted' into an existing pipeline by using sliding or adjustable couplings. A sliding coupling is a normal coupling without the central register. This allows the coupling to be slid completback3821back top light above the bed8031saddle connection. Typical clayware saddle Pipework connected via a saddle is always of a smaller diameter than the receiving pipe. For instance, a 100mm diameter pipe may be saddled on to a 225mm diameter but a 225mm pipe would NEVER be saddled onto a 150mm pipe. A saddle is most commonly tapped into the crown, that is the uppermost surface, of a pipe. A starter hole is made in the receiving pipe, and then enlarged until the spigot of the saddle just fits into it and sits comfortably atop the receiving pipe. Tapping into a salt glaze pipe to effect a saddle connection On clayware or concrete pipes, creating the hole is a fairly skilled job; on larger pipes, a core-cutter may be used to drill a receiving hole, or a series of smaller holes, say 10mm diameter, may be 'stitch-drilled' to the required perimeter of the hole. On smaller pipes, especially 150mm and 225mm clayware, the hole is normally started with a transverse cut made by a power saw and gradually enlarged top7531back top light above the bed3256 684 34 96urs where access is required via the junction, consider the use of an access chamber, as described below. There are two basic forms of branch junction, determined by the angle of the incoming spur, namely oblique or square. These are shown in the diagram opposite. Oblique junctions have the spur joining the main channel1_b@b_1approximately 45° while square junctions have the spur coming in perpendicular (90°) to the main channel, although this is 'softened' by the adjoining spur being slightly curved. Branch junctions may be single or double affairs, depending on the number of spurs to be connected to the main channel. Branch junctions The illustration above depicts how a new drainage spur can be connected directly into an existing underground pipe by breaking into the pipeline and installing a branch junction. The section of pipe to be removed is best cut out with a power saw, so ensure you have ample working room. Cut out a section 10-15mm longer than the lengthlight above the bed2756back top light above the bed
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6532 gradually replaced with pre-cast concrete units, which are much more robust but also much heavier. The larger 450mm diameter units weigh far more than a single operative can be reasonably expected to handle, and so they need to be craned into position by an excavator. Unless the positioning and levelling of the gully was right first time, subsequent adjustments were difficult, involving the craning-out of the unit and making necessary adjustments to the bedding concrete before craning the unit back into place. Over the last few years, these heavy and cumbersome units have themselves been replaced by lightweight plastic units, that no longer provide the strength and resistance to deformation under load normally delivered by a clayware or pcc unit, but instead act as a liner mould for in-situ concrete casting. Once in place and the connecting pipework is completed, the surround concrete is placed and vibrated/compacted to give the necessary strength to resist deformation. A singleback6032back top light above the bed1549creasingly popular for pavement drainage and they are covered on a separate page. Note that most new drainage points tend to be 'trapped', ie they have a water trap that prevents smells rising up from the existing sewers. This is mandatory for connections made to a Foul or Combined system, and is recommended for connections to Surface Water systems. Refer to the Laying Drainage page for details of bedding and pipe laying Definitions: Gully A drainage fitting which has an open top, a definite base, and an outlet to one or more sides of the body of the gully. Hopper A drainage fitting with an open top and an open base, where the base opening is typically smaller than the top. Rainwater pick-up Often abbreviated to RWP on drainage drawings, is simply a drainage fitting that takes surface water from a roof downspout or collects surface water. It may be a gully, a hopper, or it might be a straightforward connection where a downspout from a roof is top1049back top light above the bed6646mm diameter units weigh far more than a single operative can be reasonably expected to handle, and so they need to be craned into position by an excavator. Unless the positioning and levelling of the gully was right first time, subsequent adjustments were difficult, involving the craning-out of the unit and making necessary adjustments to the bedding concrete before craning the unit back into place. Over the last few years, these heavy and cumbersome units have themselves been replaced by lightweight plastic units, that no longer provide the strength and resistance to deformation under load normally delivered by a clayware or pcc unit, but instead act as a liner mould for in-situ concrete casting. Once in place and the connecting pipework is completed, the surround concrete is placed and vibrated/compacted to give the necessary strength to resist deformation. A single operative can handle and install these units with comparative ease, and therefore they offer a significant savinglight6146back top light above the bed2763 17ing machine or other outfall for grey water. It may be a gully, a hopper, or it might be a straightforward connection where a waste pipe is directly connected to the sub-surface drainage pipework. Soil Vent Pipe SVP, also known as a 'soil stack', or 'discharge stack', is a connection between the waste from a toilet and/or bathroom directly to the sub-surface drainage pipework with no opening to the external environment. These pipes are often vented (open to the air)1_b@b_1the top, well above the height of the toilet, to allow odours and sewer gases to vent safely. Domestic surface water fittings See also - Installing Drainage Fittings These are the four most commonly found types of surface water fittings found on residential properties. The first two examples are 'trapped' and may be found connected to surface, foul or combined systems, while the last two examples are untrapped and therefore MUST be connected to surface water systems only. Note that each of tabove the2263back top light above the bed1452whilst allowing surface water easy passage to the drainage system. Linear drains are becoming increasingly popular for pavement drainage and they are covered on a separate page. Note that most new drainage points tend to be 'trapped', ie they have a water trap that prevents smells rising up from the existing sewers. This is mandatory for connections made to a Foul or Combined system, and is recommended for connections to Surface Water systems. Refer to the Laying Drainage page for details of bedding and pipe laying Definitions: Gully A drainage fitting which has an open top, a definite base, and an outlet to one or more sides of the body of the gully. Hopper A drainage fitting with an open top and an open base, where the base opening is typically smaller than the top. Rainwater pick-up Often abbreviated to RWP on drainage drawings, is simply a drainage fitting that takes surface water from a roof downspout or collects surface water. It may bebed952back top light above the bed
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6896s a vast range of items that could be used as copings; the only requirement being that the coping is1_b@b_1least 25mm, preferably 50mm, wider than the wall on each face. So, for a single skin 100mm wide wall, we would use a 150mm wide coping, for a 215mm wide wall, we'd choose a 300mm wide coping, and so on. Pier Cap formed from yorkstone flag Pier Cap and copings from concrete flagstones Many copings and pier caps will feature a 'drip strip' or 'drip groove' on the underside, set back 25mm or so from the front face but not so far back that it would be close to the masonry face. The purpose of this groove is to prevent water running back under the coping and from there transferring to the masonry where it could discolour the facing. Water collects in the groove due to capillary forces and reaches a point where the surface tension which keeps the water in contact with the coping is overcome by gravity and a drip form, falling from the coping or pier cap before it can get tback6396back top light above the bed2945 wall over a larger area. These comprise a number of courses of bricks that successively decrease in width as they head upwards, the theory being that the load of the wall is 'spread' over a larger footprint. As some of the properties supported by these spreader courses have managed to remain upright for in excess of a century, ther must be some validity to the method, even though it would not be used nowadays, thanks to the advent of reliable concretes. It is permissible to build a wall on top of an existing concrete slab for small outbuildings, but again, any wall higher than 1.2m, which most walls for buildings will be, must be professionally designed. Any footing should be1_b@b_1least 100mm wider on each edge than the thickness of the intended brickwork. So, for a 225mm thick wall, we will typically pour a 450mm wide footing. For load-bearing walls, the strip footing may be 600mm wide. The footing is typically 150mm thick, though this may be reduced to 100mm for smaller walls on top2445back top light above the bed2051itions, planned usage etc. and design a wall suitable to the project. Foundations Walls must be built on a solid foundation. Nowadays, we use a concrete strip footing which is basically a trench filled with mass concrete of strength C20 or greater, with reinforcing steel for high, heavy or load-bearing walls. Where the strip footing will be carrying a heavy and/or structural wall, the trenches are commonly lined with a flexible sheet material that is designed to accommodate any slight movement from ground heave and so protrect the building from additional stresses. These liners, known as 'clayboard' and the like, are not essential for small garden walls but would not cause any problems if included. Spreader courses In some parts of the country, we come across walls built directly onto solid clay with spreader courses used to distribute the weight of the wall over a larger area. These comprise a number of courses of bricks that successively decrease in widthlight1551back top light above the bed5142 106 657 usually regarded as sufficient depth for frost cover, but continental Europe and North America are, and their building codes and practices reflect this with frost cover requirements of 600mm or more. Damp Proof Course A damp proof course (dpc) is a layer of impermeable material built into the wall to prevent upward migration of ground water. The easiest dpc to install is the polymer sheet, supplied in rolls to suit all widths of brickwork. It is always laid to a course1_b@b_1least 150mm above ground level and is simply rolled out on top of the preceding course. Once in position, the brick laying continues as normal, covering the dpc with a bed of mortar and then laying the first course of bricks above dpc. dpc detail Not all freestanding walls will have a dpc, but we never build any wall without one - it costs very little and guarantees a longer life for the wall, as damp cannot rise above the dpc to saturate the facing brickwork. In places where the dpc runs out, the above the bed4642back top light above the bed
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1579ntaining aggregates of sizes greater than 5 mm, whereas a mortar is a cementitious material containing aggregates of sizes less than 5 mm. The term "mortar" comes from the Latin mortarium, the name given to the trough in which the material was mixed, as in "mortar and pestle". In fact, the Romans had a rudimentary but highly effective concrete made of a volcanic ash sourced from Pozzuoli on the slopes of Mt. Vesuvius and slaked lime , hence the term Pozzolanic cement. Cement technology goes back even further, to the Ancient Greeks and Mesopotamian civilisations preceding them, but it was the Romans that developed concretes sufficiently to construct concrete-filled walls, known as "opus caementicium", cementitious terracotta flooring, "opus signinum" and even used their concretes in building the Pantheon, which still stands today, a testament to their skills. The Pantheon However, it was the patenting of Portland Cement by Leeds-based Joseph Aspdin in 1824 that led to the deback1079back top light above the bed25516 Mixes Designated Mixes FAQ - Best Mix for Manufacturing? All About Slump Bedding Mixes Mixing Granolithic Mortar SBR for mortar and concrete Cement mortar jointing Aggregates Concrete Specifications Edgings kerbs Concrete Hardstanding PIC Screeding Pointing [There should be a set of navigation buttons here, but your browser does notsupport inline frames or is currently configured not to display framesYou can still use the text-based navigation facility1_b@b_1the top of the page, though.]top25016back top light above the bed10638If you are mixing a coloured mortar, add the cement dye to the dry aggregates and mix in thoroughly before folding in the gauging water. Alternatively, ready-mixed coloured mortars are available1_b@b_1most builders' merchants. We find that a black mortar, either made with a cement dye, or bought as a pre-pack, works well with natural stone and the riven types of patio flags, making the paving stand out, rather than the mortar. If using cement dye to make a black mortar, try to use a silver or very light coloured sands, as they require less dye to achieve a good black shade, than do the red sands. Lime mortar Lime mortars are not commonly used for paving projects, although they were once used to point flagstones. Nowadays, their use is more or less limited to walling and vertical stonework applications and projects requiring 'traditional' materials. However, some contracts will specify a lime mortar bed for pavements that are likely to experience vehicle overrun. This is becauselight10138back top light above the bed11949 1therefore requiring labour-intensive cleaning of the units if reinstated. A lime mortar, on the other hand, has sufficient plasticity to enable the paving to be easily laid but, once laid, the free lime in the mortar reacts with carbon dioxide in the environment, turning into calcium carbonate and stiffening the mortar sufficiently, without setting rock hard or sticking to the paving. Note that for jointing, cement should be added to a lime:sand mortar in the proportions indicated in the table above. This is to ensure the jointing is hard enough to withstand trafficking and weathering. FAQ: The UK Self-build group have produced a superb FAQ covering Lime Mortar, its production and its uses. You can download a copy in Word format from here. Granolithic mortar Granolithic mortar is really a fine-grade concrete. It is used extensively in the construction industry, for making up small areas of concrete and for benching in sewers and manholes, where its hard-wearinabove the11449back top light above the bed619 Tweet Mortars and Concretes [There should be a set of navigation buttons here, but your browser does notsupport inline frames or is currently configured not to display framesYou can still use the text-based navigation facility on the Site Map page, though.] On This Page... Intro Mortars - all-purpose - mixing - by hand - by mixer - plasticisers - colours - lime - granolithic Concrete - Ready-mix - - Strength - mix on site - Bedding Mix Related Pages Mixers Prescribed Mixes Designated Mixes FAQ - Best Mix? All About Slump Bedding Mixes Granolithic Mortar SBR for mortar Aggregates Edgings&kerbs Screeding Conc Paving PIC Pointing Introduction Mortars and concrete are the fundamental components of much of the construction industry in Britain and Ireland. For everyday definition purposes, a concrete is a cementitious material containing aggregates of sizes greater thabed119back top light above the bed
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13. Pavingexpert - Regulating masonry
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2451leaving a void and so compromise the stability of the ironwork. Unless the regulating masonry remains hard, firm, stable and robust, there is a real risk that the ironwork will work loose, sink, or even collapse. The key features of regulating masonry are: - keep mortar beds to no more than 15-18mm, with an ideal of 12mm - use hard, inert material as a filler to avoid over-thick mortar bedding - aim to create a 12mm bed for the ironwork Things are slightly different now, but back in the Dark Ages when I was serving my time, apprentice brickies learned many of their skills by constructing the regulating brickwork for manholes and gullies. This gave them the opportunity to build corners, maintain level, and develop their overall skills without having to worry too much about producing clean and attractive brickwork that would be on view. Using concrete block pavers as regulating masonry for a gully grating Gully grating fixed onto regulating brickwork withback1951back top light above the bed9322se during many hard-landscaping projects, but the basics remain the same: 50mm maximum oversail on headers and 25mm maximum oversail on stretchers. Related pages on this site Brickwork Basics MHs and ICs Fit recess trays Recess trays Road Gullies Mortars [There should be a set of navigation buttons here, but your browser does notsupport inline frames or is currently configured not to display framesYou can still use the text-based navigation facility1_b@b_1the top of the page, though.]top8822back top light above the bed2424d, will degrade over time, leaving a void and so compromise the stability of the ironwork. Unless the regulating masonry remains hard, firm, stable and robust, there is a real risk that the ironwork will work loose, sink, or even collapse. The key features of regulating masonry are: - keep mortar beds to no more than 15-18mm, with an ideal of 12mm - use hard, inert material as a filler to avoid over-thick mortar bedding - aim to create a 12mm bed for the ironwork Things are slightly different now, but back in the Dark Ages when I was serving my time, apprentice brickies learned many of their skills by constructing the regulating brickwork for manholes and gullies. This gave them the opportunity to build corners, maintain level, and develop their overall skills without having to worry too much about producing clean and attractive brickwork that would be on view. Using concrete block pavers as regulating masonry for a gully grating Gully grating fixed ontlight1924back top light above the bed6548 21 733ep level as much of the masonry as possible. So, when the ironwork needs to be uneven, keep the masonry or brickwork level and make the adjustments in the final course. Conversely, when the base or substrate is uneven, the key is to even up first, and then proceed to completion with level/horizontal courses of masonry. The 'make-up' course1_b@b_1the base is known in some parts as a 'pig course'. A complication arises, however, because most covers and gratings tend to have four sides, so in the above scenarios (and in real life), one side would be 'high', one would be 'low' and two would be tapered.... So: as much as possible of the void is made up using suitable fillers/masonry with the aim of keeping the mortar beds within tolerance, which is usually 8-18mm. On some projects, engineering brick will be cut to form the variable filler, whilst on other projects, a variety of suitable fillers will be used rather than expend energy on trying to accurately cut engineering brick. above the bed6048back top light above the bed
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14. Paving Expert - AJ McCormack and Son - Insertin...
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5459ng clayware. Due to the size of a standard cut-off saw blade, it is not possible to cut all the way through the pipe, but the cut should be made as deeply as possible. By manoeuvring the saw around the pipe as far as is possible, the cut can usually be extended to approximately two-thirds of the barrel, which should be enough to ensure the pipe breaks cleanly. An alternative strategy involves using a chain pipe-cutting tool. This is a specialist piece of kit but can usually be found in the back of any van owned by a groundworker or drainage specialist. They can sometimes be hired from the usual suspects, but they require quite a deal of brute force to 'snap' the pipe, and the bigger the pipe, the more brutishness is required. Cut-off saws might be dusty and awkward and might not cut to full depth, but you're unlikely to give yourself a hernia while using one to cut a salt-glazed pipe. Chain Pipe Cutters require the chain component to be fed under the pipe and brought up the back4959back top light above the bed4199Before cutting into the pipe, it is essential to prevent the flow of any effluent or storm water for the duration of the installation. On a foul drain, this might be achieved by simply instructing the property owner not to use the sink or the bathroom until given the all-clear. However, there are situations where it is practically impossible to prevent "input" during the works - it may be that the drain is a common pipe serving a number of properties. In such cases, it's a good idea to place a stopper in the drain1_b@b_1the nearest accessible point upstream of the works, such as an Access Chamber (AC) or an IC. If there is no access upstream, it may be possible to bung in a bung to the upstream pipeline immediately after completing the breakout, but if this is done, it's vitally important to ensure that any such bung can be removed once the IC base is in place. Cutting Note how the cuts have been positioned to avoid the pipe collars. This will allow the two collars shown in the top3699back top light above the bed9601 not possible to use a standard "straight through" coupling to link the two. These adjustable couplings are formed from a special rubber-like material and the huge Jubilee clips fitted to each end can be tightened up once the coupling is in position so that a firm and watertight seal is formed. There are non-adjustable adaptor couplings available that can be used to connect uPVC pipes to modern clayware. However, the older salt-glazed clayware, such as that seen on this project, has a slightly larger OD than the modern equivalent, and these couplings would not fit. However, they are cheaper than the adjustable couplings shown previously and should be used if possible. The adjustable couplings can be fitted to the stub ends, but they are NOT fastened tight1_b@b_1this stage. The weather conditions during this installation made the base muddy and so the couplings are dirty. They will need to be cleaned off prior to final fastening but1_b@b_1this stage, they are simplylight9101back top light above the bed1888 29 when it comes to inserting these pre-formed ICs, because the pre-formed base has been manufactured to create a minimal fall when the base is installed 'flat', that is, with the upper rim horizontally level in both the transverse and longitudinal directions, and the sides vertically plumb. A sharply-falling pipe would require the base to be installed1_b@b_1an unnatural angle that would render fitting of the raising pieces virtually impossible. As can be seen from the illustrations above, it's not impossible to insert an IC into a pipeline laid to a steep angle but it does take a certain amount of accommodation to find the correct bends and pipe lengths to ensure a smooth transition between pipeline and IC base, and vice-versa. Whenever possible, ICs are inserted into pipelines laid to gentle gradients. Excavating Excavation around the pipe involves more than simply exposing the crown and collars: the whole body of the pipe that will be cut out has to be exposed,above the1388back top light above the bed2540bends and pipe lengths to ensure a smooth transition between pipeline and IC base, and vice-versa. Whenever possible, ICs are inserted into pipelines laid to gentle gradients. Excavating Excavation around the pipe involves more than simply exposing the crown and collars: the whole body of the pipe that will be cut out has to be exposed, with 150mm of the material beneath the pipe taken out, usually by a combination of spade and trowel. This is done to accommodate the eventual concrete bed for the IC base which is detailed later. Further, the hole has to be oversize, not just to provide working room, but also to allow 'rocker pipes' to be fitted to the outlet connection and any of the inlet connections that will be used. On this project, approximately 225mm was allowed to facilitate fitting the rocker pipes. Note how the base unit, shown in the photo below, is almost the same size as one of these old, salt-glaze pipes, and that one whole pipe plus two collars will be rebed2040back top light above the bed
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2946 581 355h reduced and it has now been almost completely replaced by sands and grits. Being considerably less dense than sand or other quarry products, ash was a bedding material much-admired by the laying gangs, as it is easy to cart and to spread, and compacted well. It also had a couple of lesser-known uses; it was mixed with cement to make 'ashcrete' a lightweight cement-bound fill material suitable for non-load-bearing applications, and there were also pre-cast flags/slabs that known as 'cinder-backs' or 'ash-backs' that had an upper face of a dense, hard-wearing concrete atop a base of 'ashcrete'. As a boy in the 1960s, I recall seeing these 'cinder-backs' being manufactured1_b@b_1a small works in St Helens Junction, Lancashire, during a visit to the factory with my father. Ash or are they cinders? Nowadays, Pulverised Fly Ash (PFA) is a by-product of the modern power stations. The coal is crushed to a miniscule size, usually less than 1mm before being injected into the furnaceback top light2446back top light above the bed6353 65and as such, it is impossible to give comprehensive coverage of the subject on this site, although a general overview is given on the Tarmacadam page. Bitumen used to joint setts In its raw form, bitumen, or pitch as it is sometimes refererred to, was once the preferred joint sealant for sett paving, although this role has diminished as the area of sett work undertaken each year has reduced and as high-strength mortars have become more readily available. See also.... Asphalt (above) Tarmacadam Page Sett Paving Cement Cement is a powder manufactured from limestone that is mixed with other aggregates and clays, notably sands, gravels and stone, to produce mortars and concretes. The vast majority of cement used in Britain and Ireland is Portland Cement, sometimes referred to as Ordinary Portland cement or OPC, although there are also specialist cements, such as Sulphate-Resistant Cement (SRC) which is often used for sub-surface works, and High-Aluminaabove the5853back top light above the bed2194 We probably won't ever see an end to quarrying, after all, humankind has been hacking and hewing away1_b@b_1the hills for thousands of years, but we can make best use of the resources we have, and ensure that we minimise the impact our modern society imposes on our natural environment. This page provides basic information on the aggregates most commonly used in the paving industry. Ash - Cinders Up until the mid-late 1970s, ash (aka 'clinker' or 'cinders') was routinely used as a bedding material for all sorts of pavings, but the demise of the coal-fired power stations, along with the concurrent reduction in other coal-powered industries such as textiles (up here in the north), steel-making, etc., saw the volume of available ash reduced and it has now been almost completely replaced by sands and grits. Being considerably less dense than sand or other quarry products, ash was a bedding material much-admired by the laying gangs, as it is easy to cart and to spread, and combed1694back top light above the bed
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16. Mirror Above The Bed – Good or Bad Feng S...
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8462l not be a problem from a Feng Shui perspective. Reply Darren says April 6, 20151_b@b_111:25 pm Hi Ann thanks for the tips Im learning a lot! In my bedroom Im not able to put my bed in power position, because of built in wardrobes, so i have no view of the door, which could cause me to miss out on opportunities. could i use a mirror to view the door, as long as i cannot see my reflection? and if mirror is reflecting the entrance as you enter is this bad for energy ? thanks hope to hear back Kind Regards Darren Reply Ann says April 7, 20151_b@b_110:471_b&b_1 Hi Darren, Yes, I would try a small mirror and see how it feels, as long as it doesn't reflect you in your bed. Notice whether this makes a difference in your sleep habits. If your sleep is disturbed, remove the mirror and hang something else that allows you to notice movement around the doorway, but that is not a highly-reflective mirror. Thanks for the good question! Reply tina says June 23, 20151_b@b_11:43 pm back7962back top light above the bed556 802 556 141 566pen Spaces Feng Shui Skip to content Skip to footerLatest E-Book: Learn to Use the Bagua! Home About About Ann Client Testimonials Press & Media Feng Shui FAQs Work With Me Home Feng Shui Consultation Office Feng Shui Consultation Feng Shui Space-Clearing & Blessing Ceremonies Long-Distance Feng Shui Consultations (& More) Ann Bingley Gallops, Feng Shui Speaker Feng Shui Tips Feng Shui Tips Feng Shui 101 Top-10 Feng Shui Tips E-books Ask Ann Contact Mirror Above The Bed – Good or Bad Feng Shui? Filed Under: Bedroom Feng Shui Tagged With: Feng Shui Mirrors, Feng Shui No-No's, Reader Questions54 Comments A reader asks: “There is a huge round mirror above my bed's headboard. It reflects light from the window that is on the wall directly across the room. Does this mirror create Bad Feng Shui?” Mirrors are often called the “aspirin of Feng Shui” because they're usedtop light above the bed56back top light above the bed
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17. Ketchikan Vacation Rentals Lodging and Bed &...
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15149ck on Photo for more info! More information Photos on KTN-552 | Make a Reservation | HOME Style: Vacation Rental - Excellent Harbor View 1 one-bedroom + den Located: Ketchikan - popular Water Street Rates: $165 per night for up to 2 people 5 night minimum stay required Reference # KTN-616 This vacation rental has a classy, modern style. It is conveniently located in the popular Water Street area only a short walk to the center of historic downtown yet back away from the commotion of downtown. This area has the largest population of eagles for downtown because of the close proximity of the arriving fishing boats. There is a beautiful harbor view from both the living room and the kitchen. The vacation rental suite has one bedroom with a queen bed. It also has a den/office area with a futon that folds out into a double bed for additional sleep space. It has a fully equipped kitchen and a comfortable living room area and is appointed with beautifback14649back top light above the bed3935 618on. Click on Photo for more info! More Information Photos on KTN-644 | Make a Reservation | HOME Style: Vacation Rentals - Partial Harbor View 1 studio apartment Located: Ketchikan - downtown historic district Rates: $135 per night for up to 2 people 3 night min stay required Extended Stay Discount Reference # KTN-645 This modern designed, studio suite, has what everyone is looking for, the perfect location1_b@b_1the perfect rate. It is located1_b@b_1the top of Main Street only a 2 block walk to the center of downtown. The studio is spacious and cozy with lots of great light. Amenities include a well-equipped kitchenette, king size bed, large capacity washer/dryer, large deck with chairs and a beautiful view. Click on Photo for more info! More Information Photos on KTN-645 | Make a Reservation | HOME Style: Vacation Rental - Partial Harbor View 1 two-bedroom apartment Located: Ketchikan - downtown historic distop light3435back top light above the bed866 7 112 The following properties are located in town. Style: Vacation Rental - Harbor View 1 one-bedroom apartment Located: Ketchikan - downtown historic district Rates: $165 per night for up to 2 people 3 night minimum stay required Reference # KTN-554 Location, location, location.... This stylish one-bedroom apartment with an incredible harbor view. It is perfect for the business or vacation traveler. The roomy, open designed, apartment is located on the second floor above an office building right across from Thomas Basin boat harbor in the heart of Ketchikan's business and historic district, close to shopping, restaurants, museums and historic sites. Just steps from Ketchikan's famous Creek Street and Dolly's House. Fully equipped kitchen and washer/dryer. Click on Photo for more info! More information Photos on KTN-554 | Make a Reservation | HOME Style: Vacation Rental - Excellent Harbor View 1 two-bedroom apartment and 1 peabove the bed366back top light above the bed
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5636 93 has the colour running right through the block, even though it's most likely that only the top surface will ever be seen once the paving is laid. Through colour concrete block The colour is present throughout the whole block While this use of expensively-coloured concrete throughout the block may be considered wasteful, there are manufacturing cost savings, that have to be considered. The alternative is to use a technique known as "Face Mix", in which a no-frill, un-coloured 'backing mix' or 'base mix' is first placed into the mould, partially pressed and then topped with a high-quality, coloured 'face mix' concrete. The whole is then pressed and compacted before being de-moulded and passed into the curing chamber. There is a delay of only a very few seconds between placing the base and the face, so there is no day joint or construction joint, no plane of weakness, and absolutely no risk of delamination between the two. The block cures as one, single, monolithic masback top5136back top light above the bed4371blocks per square metre, and, because of this standard size, blocks from different manufacturers may be interchangeable, depending on tolerances and position of any spacer lugs. The typical rectangular blocks tend to have one presentable face, although some blocks are reversible, which makes easy work of replacing stained paving. The colour of concrete blocks is achieved by the use of concrete dyes, usually some form of metallic oxide. Even the best dyes are prone to some fading in natural daylight and the quality of the dyes is a significant factor in block price; cheaper blocks are usually coloured by cheaper, inferior dyes. The manufacturers rarely entertain any complaints of fading, so choose carefully. Make your selection by looking1_b@b_1blocks that have been in place for1_b@b_1least a couple of years, rather than from glossy publicity photos or newly-laid paving. Through-colour and face-mix There are two manufacturing processes used to produce colour (and, to a lesser extent, textulight3871back top light above the bed6345 16nd passed into the curing chamber. There is a delay of only a very few seconds between placing the base and the face, so there is no day joint or construction joint, no plane of weakness, and absolutely no risk of delamination between the two. The block cures as one, single, monolithic mass of concrete. Face Mix allows the money to be spent only on that part of the block that will actually be seen once the paving is laid. Example of a face-mix block The face mix is clearly visible above the backing mix concrete that makes up the bulk of the block. Face Mix technology enables the manufacturer to use cheaper, possibly recycled aggregates and alternative cements such as PFA and GGBFS for the backing mix, and to use amuch smaller quality of very high quality fine aggregates, cements and colours in the face mix. While there may be cost savings, the production cycle-time for face mix manufacturing is greater than that for the through-colour process, and so less block per habove the5845back top light above the bed9860t is wise to allow 5% wastage to allow for cuts and accidents. We 'round-up' to the nearest full pack of blocks or bricks, to ensure we have plenty. Surplus pavings can sometimes be returned to your supplier for partial rebate (a "re-stocking charge" of 10-20% is common) Laying methods There are two laying methods commonly used: flexible and rigid construction. The most popular is termed 'flexible construction', indicating that the blocks or bricks are laid on an unbound (cement-free) bed and the joints filled with a fine silica sand. A detailed description of the methods used in laying a flexible pavement is given on the flexible construction page. There is also a step-by-step illustrated guide to a typical block paving project and a design guide for Highway and Commercial projects. In Britain and Ireland, the overwhelming majority of flexible construction block paving is laid by hand, but some larger projects are Machine Laid, using specialist lifting equipment to place clbed9360back top light above the bed
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19. Paving Expert - AJ McCormack and Son - Laying F...
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Laying Block Paving [there should be a set of navigation buttons here, but your browser does notsupport...
4093de layer or in a shallow channel excavated into the sub-base to ensure a full 100mm depth of bedding material. Bedding the kerbs over the un-altered sub-base results in too shallow a bed and haunch. See the Edgings Kerbs page for more information on laying kerbs on a concrete bed. Sub-base This is essential if you want your paving to last longer than a couple of years. If a contractor tells you that a sub-base is not required - show him the door immediately, and tell him to climb back on his horse and ride away. Try this thought experiment....the bricks/blocks are not mortared together, they are separated from each other by 3mm or 4mm of loose silica sand. The blocks are laid on a sand bed, there is no cement or concrete used in the bedding, except for the perimeter edges. How can such a construction carry the weight of cars, vans, etc? The sub-base has been laid, and is now being rolled to achieve maximum compaction The sub-base is the load-bearing layer of a bloback3593back top light above the bed3248t;Do I really need a membrane or a layer of polythene underneath my paving?" [Click Here] Kerbs If you require a kerb, this is a good point to construct it. Road kerbs, plain or decorative edgings, small unit kerbs, or setts laid lengthways are all suitable. The kerbs must be laid on and haunched with concrete in order for it to restrain the body of the paving and prevent it from disappearing into the garden. Bull-nosed small kerb Distressed sett kerb Rope top edging kerb If you do not use a concrete bedded kerb unit1_b@b_1the free edges of the pavement, you MUST lay the edging courses on concrete and haunch them as you would a kerb unit. Minimum 100mm bed in channel or use deeper bed Note: Kerbs for flexible block pavements are normally laid on a concrete bed directly over the sub-grade layer or in a shallow channel excavated into the sub-base to ensure a full 100mm depth of bedding material. Bedding the kerbs over the un-altered sub-batop2748back top light above the bed10145ecific pattern. If you are using more than 1 pack of blocks, mix the pavers by drawing them from 3 or 4 packs simultaneously, to ensure there is no banding or spotting of certain shades within the pavement. This is very important with multi-coloured blocks, such as the ever popular multi-red described as 'Brindle' as there can be distinct 'banding' of individual colours within the blocks, while with single colour blocks, thorough randomisation helps ensure the natural (and impossible to avoid) slight variation in tone that occurs with all concrete products is distributed over a larger area. A fully interlocked 'Herringbone' pattern should be used for areas to be trafficked by vehicles whenever possible or practical. Other patterns are fine for foot-traffic areas such as paths and patios. The perimeter edge courses of the paving should have been laid after the sub-base, and should by now be set solid on their concrete bed and haunching. Lay all the full blocks first, taking carlight9645back top light above the bed2713 4te the upper layers. Use of a geo-textile to maintain sub-base integrity If the excavated sub-grade is suspect, clayey, riddled with Mares Tails or other pernicious, deep-rooted weeds, an appropriate geo-textile can be laid over the sub-grade. These geo-textiles can act as root barriers, and help to keep the overlying sub-base material from sinking into a clayey or softish sub-grade. However, they are not a substitute for a sub-base, and will only be of benefit if a proper sub-base is laid above the geo-textile. "Do I really need a membrane or a layer of polythene underneath my paving?" [Click Here] Kerbs If you require a kerb, this is a good point to construct it. Road kerbs, plain or decorative edgings, small unit kerbs, or setts laid lengthways are all suitable. The kerbs must be laid on and haunched with concrete in order for it to restrain the body of the paving and prevent it from disappearing into the garden. Bull-nosed small kerbabove the2213back top light above the bed478Paving Expert - AJ McCormack and Son - Laying Flexible Block Paving Pavingexpert Search Laying Block Paving [There should be a set of navigation buttons here, but your browser does notsupport inline frames or is currently configured not to display framesYou can still use the text-based navigation facility on the Site Map page, though.] On This Page... Preparation Sub-Grade Kerbs Sub-Base Edge Courses Bedding Paving Cutting-in Compliance Compacting - vib plates Jointing Related Pages Construction of a flexible block pavement There should be four layers to all residential flexible block or brick paving installations, whether on a drive, patio or for a path. There are complicated assessment methods used in the paving industry to determine 'ideal' dimensions and specifications for each application. We find that the following specification is adequate for 90% of residential applicationsbed1back top light above the bed
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711r does notsupport inline frames or is currently configured not to display framesYou can still use the text-based navigation facility on the Site Map page, though.] On This Page... Introduction Laying Choices Shapes sizes Thicknesses Colours Edges Textures Technical Construction Introduction Clay bricks used as pavers have been around a lot longer than their concrete cousins. There are brick pavements, still in use, that can be dated back to Henry VIII and earlier. One of the earliest forms of paving, as practised by the Sumerian culture in Mesopotamia (modern Iraq) over 5,000 years ago, relied on using baked clay bricks to form a pavement. The big problem with clay pavers has always been the cost. To fire up a kiln and keep it burning for the 40-odd hours needed to produce high quality clay pavers is a costly business, especially when compared to the cost of production for modern concrete blocks. Clay pavers spotted atback211back top light above the bed4390Clay Cobbles 2:1 and 3:1 Clay Pavers Oversize Clay Pavers Special Fittings There are several regional examples of clay pavers, often with a history stretching back many decades before the advent of what we now think of as clay or brick paving. All too often, these regional flavours have disappeared as property owners and highways departments failed to recognise the significance and historical importance of what they had, and so wonderful pavements have been replaced by blacktop or concrete blocks. One example of a regional clay paver that has managed to survive is the distinctive tile pavers used throughout Southport on the Lancashire Coast of northern England. Before we closed it down, our contracting buiness was involved in the reconstruction of many pavements in and around Southport, re-using the salvaged pavers and helping the town retain its very distinctive styling. These unique pavers are considered in greater detail on a separate page Southport Pavtop3890back top light above the bed1729 The pros and cons of both clay and concrete pavers are considered on the Choosing Pavers page, but two key features of clay pavers that should be mentioned1_b@b_1this point are that the colours are completely natural and will not fade, and that the pavers themselves are not as dimensionally accurate as concrete pavers, and so they are trickier to lay, which often involves an extra labour cost for Contractors. When choosing clay pavers for any project, these factors need to be balanced – is the light-fast, guaranteed depth of colour worth the additional cost of purchase and installation? Much of the UK's clay paver manufacturing base is located in and around Birmingham, so it's no surprise that the city has made much use of these local products and laid them in exciting and adventurous ways not seen elsewhere in conservative Britain. Personally, I love clay pavers, but not everyone agrees with my taste, and the total UK/RoI market for clays pavers is barely a twentietlight1229back top light above the bed7237 162erances, with class PB being much more tightly controlled than type PA Notes: Strength: Minimum Mean Transverse Breaking Load: 10 pavers are tested and the results averaged Individual Paver Transverse Breaking Load: Minimum strength of any one paver in the test Tolerance: 24 of the pavers are chosen1_b@b_1random from a pack and laid end to end and the total length of the line of pavers is measured. The stated length for that particular paver is multiplied by the values given in the table above, and the result is checked against the maximum and minimum values calculated. The procedure is repeated for width and for depth, in much the same fashion. For example, a type PB paver stated to be 200x100x65mm should, when laid in lines of 24, be found to be within these limits…. Dimension Maximum Value Minimum Value Length 200mm x 24.26 = 4852mm 200mm x 23.74 = 4748mm Width 100mm x 24.33 = 2433mm 100mm x 23.67 = 2367mm Depth 65mm x 24.52 = 1594mm 65mm x above the6737back top light above the bed7887e fashion. For example, a type PB paver stated to be 200x100x65mm should, when laid in lines of 24, be found to be within these limits…. Dimension Maximum Value Minimum Value Length 200mm x 24.26 = 4852mm 200mm x 23.74 = 4748mm Width 100mm x 24.33 = 2433mm 100mm x 23.67 = 2367mm Depth 65mm x 24.52 = 1594mm 65mm x 23.48 = 1526mm Construction: For flexible construction, clay pavers are laid in exactly the same way as concrete blocks – a screeded bed of grit sand is prepared, the blocks are laid by hand, cut-in and compacted. However there are a couple of points that should be mentioned in regard to the laying of clay pavers. Firstly, they are very hard, they are not perfectly flat, and therefore they tend to be much more difficult to cut in a standard block splitter. There are specially-developed splitters for use with clay pavers, but most contractors now choose to cut them using a power saw with a diamond blade, or a bench-mountedbed7387back top light above the bed
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