B&Q Steel Saw (L)650mm
With seven teeth per inch, this steel 22" saw from B&Q is specifically designed for domestic and trade use, and is used with a push cut direction. It comes with an ergonomically designed, plastic grip handle so you can work for a prolonged period of time. With a 45° and 90° angle guide built in, you can easily cut a specific angle with complete accuracy.
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Other Supplier Data: Protected steel for rust and wear protection
- Protected steel for rust and wear protection
|Colour description||Blue and grey|
|Teeth per inch (TPI)||7|
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What are planning and building controls? Why do they exist? Can you deal with them yourself or is it best to ask a specialist? As with any task, you can decide for yourself when you know exactly what's involved.
First of all, it's important to understand what planning and building regulations are. It's easy to think of them as restrictive, bureaucratic tools put in place purely to thwart your ambitions. However, they're essential safety mechanisms which have been designed to protect you, your neighbours and the local environment.
The regulatory bodies will give you permission to carry out your plans unless there are very good reasons not to - in which case they must explain their decision. And if you disagree, you have the right to appeal against it.
Do you know your hacksaw from your hammer? What about bradawls, cross-peins and strap wrenches? There's a whole catalogue of hand tools available and if you're going to do a job correctly, make sure you get the right ones.
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