Bummer! I have two minutes to post some pictures, before I rush out to work, and I log on to Blogger and it says 'Welcome! Blogger has a new look!" I cannot find anything!
Anyway, I took these yesterday. We have a temporary back step, surrounded by highly flammable stacks of insulation material - the perfect smoking area!
It's been too wet for them to actually start with the brick-laying, but they have laid a few to mark out the area. I wonder what that little bit of wire is - set between the grey blocks...
And, this is what part of the back lawn looks like...
That's more imposing! Will you have the step put back as it was?
(It's a wall anchor - used to tie the brick wall to the block wall. They'll be set out in a grid or something.)
I think the current status of the back step (as with a lot of other things) is 'undecided'. The idea of decking has been mentioned - TALL decking which is sort of the height of the top step and goes all the way round the house, so it services both the back door and the french doors in the extension.
Why do they need to tie the bricks and the blocks together - and how do they get the insulation in if there's lots of little wires between the two layers?
Hang on, I meant that the decking could go all the way round the BACK of the house!
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