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    That's good to hear. I want to go for the "best possible solution" rather than cheap.

    Next chat to have is about cost of that vs extending the house. I suspect it will be a very short chat due to height plane rules. It's in Wellington and places aren't exactly spread out.
    Last edited by Nick G; 03-09-2017 at 01:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davo36 View Post
    Well as long as it's designed correctly then it should be fine. Butynol is actually very good.

    You just don't want to have too many joins/corners I reckon.
    Butynol is great, its even better if you stay off it, it can be tiled over to protect it but that also has some problems, you also want the laps in the direction of the fall and for some reason butynol installers run it across the fall creating little dams at every join

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    It's a deck/main entrance and would get a lot of foot traffic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimO View Post
    Butynol is great, its even better if you stay off it, it can be tiled over to protect it but that also has some problems, you also want the laps in the direction of the fall and for some reason butynol installers run it across the fall creating little dams at every join
    We have a deck at home where they've done that.

    You can put wood decking over butynol too.
    Squadly dinky do!

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    Target market will be senior students or young professionals. So wood decking over top seems like the way forward. It's on the second floor and an old building.
    Last edited by Nick G; 03-09-2017 at 04:33 PM.


 

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