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Wall Query

  • 05-07-2021 4:14pm
    Registered Users Posts: 28 ✭✭✭ JohnW2008


    I am looking for some general pointers...and don't laugh if this sound's fairly stupid!

    I knocked down a boiler house that had been attached to the garden wall, and where the boiler house used to meet the wall the cavity blocks are a bit chipped away.

    I have tried knocking the old bricks that were perpendicular to the garden wall away with a sledge and lump hammer, but I manage to damage the garden wall too. It's a shared wall so I don't want to wreck the garden wall.

    Any short cuts? Or just keep chipping away with a chisel and hammer, and then smooth it over with cement or something?