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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 2220 Extensions

Instructions and Help about Can Form 2220 Extensions

Music. The plans for the old building job start with the pans, Ray, an old-school architect. We use a nice pen and ink to draw in there. So what we've got is a new bedroom, a larger kitchen, a downstairs cloakroom, and an upstairs ensuite bathroom. Basically, quite a lot to do, really. And this is the hip roof that we prefer. We prefer a pitched roof over a flat roof wherever possible because in my experience, flat roofs can be trouble. Water runs downhill, so it's good for demolition. Here we go, nobody underneath. Always take it slow. There's the building gone. Music. And then the dig. Now, what we found is lots of made-up ground, lots of old rubble. As much as we dug, it just caved in. It was all horrible, really. And it was pouring rain, so we got the microwave. We've decided that we might as well dig a cellar. We went down that far before we came to any decent ground. It was deep, so we thought, "Why not put a cellar in?" So, a little change of plans. So, this is the first of six mock-away lorries. Basically, a lot of ground coming out of there, and then the concrete going in, all in one pour. We've got a pump in because we didn't want to trundle all the concrete around. What you could see is rather an awkward sign, so we've got the pump. The boys are in, and they wanted to flow it all in from one side. The city that will flow round, they weren't right. It didn't flow around. I had to pump it like mad, agitated to get it to flow round to the other side. It would have been better off if they moved the pump, but...