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Posted: 13 Jan. 2018,13:05 QUOTE

Hi,

I'm looking at getting some porcelain slabs laid in my back garden in Dublin. Can anyone recommend someone who is good at their job?! By the way is it possible to post pics on the forum to show the proposed site?
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Posted: 13 Jan. 2018,18:09 QUOTE

Ok. Not the most tech savvy but got those pics up. As you can see the deck is no longer any use. We want to put about 1.2/1.8 metre of porcelain slab going from the patio door like the decking but not out as far. (The dimensions of decking are: 6 metres wide and 3 metres depth).

We are going to use 60 X 60 slabs from https://tinyurl.com/yc8ej2d3

The underneath of the decking has some concrete but also some soil. What is the best way to lay the slabs? Bearing in mind we'll want a step off to either side of the side access and from the patio to the lawn?
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Posted: 13 Jan. 2018,20:31 QUOTE

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Have you looked on the contractors list. The boss may be able to point you towards a contractor in Dublin.


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Posted: 14 Jan. 2018,19:27 QUOTE

Cheers. I had a look at the contractors list but it seems to be just the UK.
http://www.pavingexpert.com/contractor_list.htm

Is there anyway of contacting the main man himself?!
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ho to page and scroll down
Adhere to times stated as known to be aggressive around feeding times  :;):  :laugh:


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Posted: 17 Jan. 2018,11:29 QUOTE

Aggressive? Me? What the feck do you mean "aggressive"??? :angry:

I'm a pussy cat most of the time, but I do get slightly tetchy when folk phone me at 9pm on a Saturday night, or phone, email, DM, text, voicemail, post to The Brew Cabin and Tweet me with the exact same bloody question. That's does get my dander up!

Contractors in Dublin: northside or southside?


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