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John K's Shed building Adventure 30 Oct 2020 21:34 #215849

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Plan it for 3pm on Tuesday and maybe no one will notice :)

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John K's Shed building Adventure 30 Oct 2020 21:40 #215851

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Now thats a tough decision to make, do the right thing or do the best thing and just do it anyway. Not sure how many loads of concrete you need but if it is just one or two go ahead.
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John K's Shed building Adventure 30 Oct 2020 21:44 #215853

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He hasnt said,but I assume 4 trucks ......pour starting 5am,finished by 7 am ...What does $20ks worth of floor look like?

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John K's Shed building Adventure 30 Oct 2020 22:12 #215856

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That's a big shed coming up . . .

First load will wake the neighbours up; second load will annoy them; third load will break the pavement probably and have the neighbours hopping around figuring out who they can complain to; and the last load will be the final straw, in more ways than one!? But, being a Saturday, there is minimal chance of council bureaucrats being at work or in a position to bother you until it's too late for them to stop the pour. :whistle:

Bugger 'em, go for it whole hog!! :blink:
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John K's Shed building Adventure 30 Oct 2020 23:24 #215858

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Bring the four loads at the same time, too late once they’re in.

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John K's Shed building Adventure 31 Oct 2020 07:21 #215861

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Make sure the dirt B 4 n after the concrete footpath is higher than the concrete on both sides
go hire of pootpath crossover
If council gestarpo have a go @ U Tell m to put it in write n n U'll 4ward to opropiate person all in do course
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John K's Shed building Adventure 31 Oct 2020 10:30 #215873

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"It's easier to ask forgiveness than it is to get permission"

Besides, if you have council permission to build the Shed, how else are you gunna get the Concrete onsite??
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Because those that matter...
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And those that mind....
don't matter." -

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John K's Shed building Adventure 31 Oct 2020 11:16 #215874

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Think about a boom pump, although it sounds like it might be too far to reach?
Gives you an extra man too.

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John K's Shed building Adventure 31 Oct 2020 12:03 #215876

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What about a wheelbarrow?

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John K's Shed building Adventure 01 Nov 2020 09:01 #215901

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As Swishy says hire a footpath crossover, or if you have enough solid timber, just lay good solid planks across the footpath until the last truck has left. Saves any possible grief from Council and saves you repairing their footpath.
I have my shoulder to the wheel,
my nose to the grindstone,
I've put my best foot forward,
I've put my back into it,
I'm gritting my teeth,

Now I find I can't do any work in this position!

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