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Georgian and Victorian eras the class system and doors
I believe that the most important feature of your house is not the post code (or how much you paid for it compared to its worth now) or indeed the length of your drive; because once a visitor has driven up your mile long drive the first thing they see is your front door. So I move that the Front Door is the most important feature of your house.
Continuing our series of blogs on some unusual plumbing terms here are a few more:
Continuing our series of strange plumbing terms here are a few more you might find your plumber using
Listening to your plumber who starts talking technical can be an embarrassing and confusing moment. Firstly you haven’t a clue what he or she is talking about and secondly he translates your blank uncomprehending look as intelligence and therefore assumes you do know what he’s saying. So over the next few articles I’m going to translate some terms into English.
The most important architectural item in your house is the
front door. Agree or not but it is in the direct line of sight for every
visitor. After that it’s your floor.
Stone? Tiles? Floorboards? Carpet? It’s your choice. Here is
some advice on floorboards based on our experience.