It seems electricians all over the world are taught that way; you can never tie them down.
You are absolutely right 555 They didn't show up today either. This electricians we absolutly not want to use in our next project. The 4 other workers is very reliable, so i will continue to use them.retdent;289925 said:It seems electricians all over the world are taught that way; you can never tie them down.
Thanks. Well i'm not 100% sure yet. I have different theme in my head. One of them is to go the roman style. I also have some heavy old tree roots i want to use.PeteGill;290014 said:Looking good, what are your plans for the yard, garden?
Hi Nomad here a picture of the security mesh installedNomad;289687 said:Hi Weitling With the windows...are they just normal glass windows? Or is there security mesh or similar on the outside?
MIL is probably going to just put in wood panels for windows downstairs as worried about security as she is absent for long periods. Thus, interested in the cost of glass plus security.
weitling;290236 said:Hi Nomad here a picture of the security mesh installed
Wow they look very goodNomad;290245 said:These are the ones MIL was looking at. The gold and silver one's were twice the price, so I think the plan is to put them on the front windows, and the thinner one on the other windows.
so you get to choose the day you move in?weitling;290846 said:Saturday all furnitures come. and we move into the house.
Well my wife is 200% buddhist and she said we set the day. So we move in saturday and the monk come the week after. I also believed we had to wait. But in this case i follow my wife 555Moo Uaon;290849 said:so you get to choose the day you move in?
usually it's up to a local monk to choose the "lucky" day.
i had to sleep on the sofa alone for a week until we could officially do the deed.
Seven_;290892 said:It appears from the photo that there isn't a RCD fitted, brave choice.
They aren’t used much in the villages around here. Most likely because the normal Thai wiring would trip them non-stop. I had a hell of a time explaining to a local electrician what they are and how they work. Still don’t think they know what they are, but at least they wired it up correctly after explaining how.
There has been some rain, and my wife say it is okay to walk at. From the door and to the stairs there will be a carpet 2 meter wide and 4 meter long. that will also help. I really don't know much about power so i followed what the electrician told me to buy. we have an earth connection in cobber that goes 2,5 meter down in the earth that we have 2 times. But i can ask him.obes;290852 said:Are they safety switches - RCD's (Residual Current Device) weitling - or just fuses ? The wiring looks pretty neat
And the terrace looks great, but how slippery will those tiles be when it's wet...........