PETE THE BUILDER’S HOME OFFICE RENOVATION
Builder and RTÉ Home Rescue star Peter Finn provides some top tips on what to consider when…
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Peter Flynn AKA Pete The Builder
Peter stars in the TV makeover show Home Rescue on RTÉ and has also appeared on numerous Room to Improve shows. Peter is known as a positive representative for the Construction Industry in general. He is a Carpenter by trade and holds numerous other construction accreditations. Having learned his trade with a small house builder, he moved on to a construction management position in TCD. The call of site and construction adventure encouraged Peter to open his own construction company that delivered many years of successful projects.
Carmel O’Flaherty, Chadwicks Sallynoggin Branch Manager
Carmel has been branch manager of the Chadwicks Sallynoggin store for the last 11 years. Carmel has excellent track record in senior management roles within the builders providers market and has a proven ability of adapting to diverse business divisions within the Chadwicks’s Group over a successful career spanning 20 years.
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Aidan Power 0:33
Welcome once again to the under construction podcast. Great to have you along Pete the builder aka Peter Finn from the RT hit show home rescue. We'll be dropping by to discuss home offices and how he made his break into television. Plus, Peter is going to take on this week's pod quiz. Also Chadwick selling Oregon branch manager, Carmelo Flaherty will tell us what's important for chadwicks customers right now and also talk about the lack of female apprentices who are coming through in the industry. Also we will have our joke of the week now john Flaine last week scored six and a half out of 10 but it does put john currently top of our Joker board because he was the first ever now we'll Giambi dethrone this week Remember, the overall winner at the end of the series will win their tool of dreams Fred Kok How are you sir?
Fred Cooke 1:24
I'm mighty I'm very excited this week because I've just realised how slow for me it's going to get a lot an awful lot easier. Australian technology startup prime stone tougher v lives new construction robot that both of us the boat that by boat, I think are the boba. That's what it's called. Right? This is incredible, right? It can drive in screws, it can wield, it can sand and it can paint different services. Now, this is amazing. The only thing I need is I need a robot to do all of this. But also to explain to my partner why it took so long to do in the first place.
Aidan Power 1:58
It's Austrian inventors, you need to work that in unless you have to go to have that Fred.
Fred Cooke 2:04
Oh, it's insane. Like and you know what? It's, I've also read that it can do the dishes, it can clean dishes, and I was like that's Oh my god, I'll never have to work again. And then my partner says, Yeah, of course I can clean the dishes. We have that robot already in the house. It's called a dishwasher. And I was like, Yeah, well, technically the dishwasher cleans the dishes, right? But I've never seen I've never seen someone walk around room to room and pick up each individual dirty page and put that into the dishwasher to clean the dishwasher. clean the dishes, right? And then Jesus meat will either have it Fred, I've never seen it myself.
Aidan Power 2:36
Robot robot, it just won't actually pick up the dishes for you. Right we're going to hear from one of our listeners. His name is Mark Brown. He's originally from Wicklow, but Mark moved to Roscommon. And with the extra bit of land Mark has built a cabin, or as he likes to call it. And I think if you look at the picture, on the podcast picture right now, you will see why this is deserving of the title, the Fortress of Solitude. Let's hear about it from Mark.
Unknown Speaker 3:00
Mark here. I moved to Roscommon about two years ago. And it was always a dream of mine to have somewhere to entertain guests and have a couple of parties or whatever. So we bought a log cabin and had it had a built in the backyard. And so we managed to get the pool table into it and the TV and the sport is all there for when people are over. Unfortunately, this year now we're not getting too much use of COVID in that, but hopefully this summer now things have settled back down again, and we'll be able to have a few parties or whatever. I might even get the L bar built in. So yeah, that's my story. Thanks, guys.
Aidan Power 3:39
That's my story. And I'm sticking to a Thank you, Mark. And yeah, what a reason to move to Roscommon to party. In your Fortress of Solitude. It's kind of an upgrade on the mancave thread, isn't it?
Fred Cooke 3:49
It's unbelievable. And you know what? even looking at that cabin, I feel relaxed and I can hear it in Mark's voice as well. He's so relaxed. He's so unfazed, having a pool table and widescreen TV and ultimately a bit of solitude. I'd love it. The only thing i'd i'd want in my Fortress of Solitude is just a seat, a seat that I can sit on. So you just want to be you want to be alone here. Absolutely. Yeah, I just want to sit down for three hours and do nothing because I'm so busy. You know, I haven't been able to sit down and do nothing since I've sat maths paper one.
Aidan Power 4:23
So you want to return to that. Dare I say empty headed space? Once upon a time? If you have this fancy Fortress of Solitude, you need more than a chair. What else do you want?
Fred Cooke 4:32
Well look, I keep the widescreen TV that he has as well but I wouldn't have football because I'm not really that into sport. I'd probably when my friends right i'd want to have like one episode of countdown on repeat.
Aidan Power 4:43
Why does one well then
Fred Cooke 4:45
my mates will think I'm a genius because I know all the answers.
Aidan Power 4:50
Oh, Fred goddess Evan. Well, Rachel Riley on repeat not so bad. Anything else on your widescreen Fred or just that?
Fred Cooke 4:57
Oh, well, I'd say I'd love to have real in in the year. But only specifically the years from 99 to 2004. Specifically, those years I drank so much that religion in the years would tell me about stuff I didn't know about
Aidan Power 5:10
the missing years. But okay, well, Mark, thank you so much for sending us your Fortress of Solitude. We hope you get the bar in soon. And you can have those parties that you are much looking forward to. If you have a picture of a construction project that you'd like to share with us, it's very simple, you can get in touch. Our contact details are in the podcast description, the younger construction podcast from Chadwick's. Get it automatically by clicking the Follow button on your podcast app right now. Now Peter Finn, aka Pete, the builder for mortiz hit show home rescue is joining us to discuss many things, including creating a home office space, making this break into tele and also the upcoming series of home rescue. Pete, welcome to the podcast.
Pete the Builder 5:49
Thank you very much for having me. Now, one
Aidan Power 5:51
thing that seems to be very popular at the moment, for the past year, many people being forced to work from home, working off their kitchen table working off the ironing board, some were even doing their zoom calls and the jacks because it was only quiet place in the house. From the business side of things from the trade side of things, you're going to give us some advice now, because a lot of people are going to continue to work from home and might be looking to upgrade from the kitchen table. So first things first, Pete, if space is a premium, which it is for many people, what would you recommend people in the tray to consider when looking at fitting out a room as a home office?
Pete the Builder 6:21
Yeah, look at absolutely the world has changed and no doubt about it. And somewhat some of the benefits of this pandemic is that people can actually walk from home bought, as you very nicely described, there are some people are doing it in very interesting places on ironing boards and toilets all over the place. So I think there's a real need for people to actually take the next step and, and create a dedicated workspace. And that's what's happening a lot and gotten quite a few phone calls. And from people asking me, you can only have to melt. And it can be quite easily done. It doesn't have to be anything too convoluted, you can basically take that room, that is a spare room in your house or just bare corner of your house and dedicated to become a home office. So there's obviously a few simple principles that you have to follow, it has to be a desk dedicated workspace. So you have to make sure that it's in a part of the house that the kids won't be barging down and run and then in the middle of a zoom call. And I think we've all experienced that one. And then not a sound, and is obviously a key thing. But obviously Lloyd and you want to create a nice environment so that you can walk you can get the the imagination flowing, and you can do what you need to do. So that that's really kind of the principles. And I suppose it's about finding that space in your in your house, some people have very limited space, some people have maybe a spare room that they're using for, you know, just storage. So my advice would be if you have a room in your house that you're not using properly, clear it out and make that your home office, obviously you can go as far as open to the attic, and then out into the garden is what some people have done with or actually have built a dedicated home office. Usually people try and do it in a duel way. It's a home office during the day and it has something else and order function in the evening, you know,
Aidan Power 8:01
okay, so depending on on your budget really depends what you can do. But with prices really fluctuating at the moment? Is there particular materials, if people are looking on a cost effective end of things for a job at a home office?
Pete the Builder 8:14
Yeah, absolutely. Like if you have the room already, obviously, that's a very good start. For them, I think you know, the key things is you need to setup your work environment so that it's suitable and it's a comfortable place to walk and soul and tamely you want to make sure if it's a room that's upstairs in your house, insulate that attic, very, very cheap and effective way of saving your money and also creating a warm environment. And then if it's if the walls are an issue, you can obviously get there with the Walmart and chadwicks and then do your do your your walls as well, that also gives you the opportunity to put in some more services if required. And then you get down to the kind of better practical side of things, and then you get your aesthetics. So obviously, creating the Royal Life with a proper paint, and noise coolers. And then obviously, your floors you can you can do lots of stuff with our floors there, a laminate floor, a solid floor, solid timber floor can go down. And these these create these simple products are available, and they're not very expensive, and they can create a room that then is somewhere that you'll want to go and work in. And like everybody has to get up and do it on the fly but it's easier if it's it was at the end of the hallway and it's in in those environments. And then you've got your sheet materials down that you can use to make your your home office desk, your storage areas you know so all these are all simple materials. They're all there and at any of your your your your local chocolate stores, and all very affordable you just need to avoid or get someone else to do it for you or become the handyman and get stuck in and doing it yourself.
Aidan Power 9:44
Yeah. And if you found Pete, yourself and your fellow colleagues that you've had to learn a bit more about the home office construction and design and even bring some of your own interior decoration skills when you're advising customers or indeed other people in the trade who might ask you What's the best way to do an outdoor office for someone?
Pete the Builder 10:03
Yeah, well, an outdoor offices is, is your ideal scenario, because you kind of start from scratch. And I suppose you just have to look at every person situation and the, the orientation of the house. Like, if it's close to a busy road, you have to think of acoustics, if it's at the back of the house and might not be as modular, all of those things come into play. So each, each situation is different. And you just have to kind of give advice, and also listen to what the person wants to try and achieve. And what the family lawyer his lawyer in, in the, in the house again, there's no point in building this, you know, mancave our she shared it has to be something that, you know, can be can be flexible enough to be the home office, but also can can have another use as well. You know,
Fred Cooke 10:47
Peter, I'm delighted he said that about acoustics because I guess I do so much work online. And so what would be the best way to tackle these acoustics in my room? Like right now? Like for a better sound? Well,
Pete the Builder 11:00
Fred, are you saying you taking attacking acoustics on Dancing with the Stars and you're afraid to go out? It's not a bar piano? yet? No, there's there's some very simple stuff, the materials that you use, you know, so like, if you've got a, we're going to get technical here going. So here we go. So you've got airborne, and you have impact sound. So impact sound is obviously somebody banging on the ceiling or on the wall beside you. And then you've got your airborne sound, which is sound. That's my son that close. Yeah, True. True. That's very good. Read, you've got the sound of a radio of traffic, all those type of things. So to eliminate them, you want to put in some cushion between your floor. So if you're putting down a laminate floor, for example, our semi solid floor, make sure that you put in a good acoustic layer in between, which helps impact sound and then obviously, you know, there is acoustic fibreglass as you can get for going into walls and on your ceilings and angels textures, you know, like you just put some soft textures into the room, you know, don't don't be too much or build for get the ideal pink colour on and get stuff like that the fabrics all absorb all the sounds, you know,
Aidan Power 12:08
Peter did I sent this slight little bit of jealousy there when you reference Fred been on Dancing with the Stars, because I follow you on Instagram. I've met you before. And I know you like to shake those hips at any opportunity. Is that a dream gig on the TVP? You want to be on Dancing with the Stars?
Pete the Builder 12:23
Well, you never know. You never know. It's, I have to say I thought the show was great. All crack and weld on Friday was brilliant. Not too bad on your side, and you know them. And I'll look, we'll see what happens. We've got the old commentaries of home rescues all. You know, they don't throw me off the airwaves on that one. And we'll see what happens.
Aidan Power 12:38
Well tell us more about the new series. Pete, are you back filming yet?
Pete the Builder 12:42
Yeah, we're just about to go back film. And now we're really exciting this year, and the show was a half an hour long, and we must be doing something right because we've now been given a full hour. So and that's good news. And bad news means Roshan gets more opportunity to torment me that I've got more work to squeeze in boredom. Yeah, no, it's great. So look, the show has gone from strength to strength. And there's certainly a demand out there for that type of show. And people seem to be tuning in so and the powers that be have pushed us to an hour we're starting our first filming just after the bank holiday weekend, as filamin six shows and then that will be on later in the year. I think it's going to be on September on the airwaves. So tune in everybody home rescue, let's
Aidan Power 13:24
do this nicely, don't be I'm a huge fan of this show as well. But when you're filming it, obviously we only see a very edited version of it. I'm sure there's tonnes, we there's tonnes of good stuff that we'd love to see, but maybe can't be used on camera, and how hard are those renovations?
Pete the Builder 13:40
And look, the show is an honest show in terms of like in order we it has to be because it's got such a sharp and filament time that you know, there's no real time for reshooting or re too much editing going on. But the half hour was probably too short of a period of time to capture everything that we do. Like there's oftentimes really spent hours hours like working on in some aspect of the build. And then when the reveal is done, it was like the camera just go straight past and I'd be going oh my god that took me hours. What am I like it's it's an old a great job to be involved in. it's it's a it's a real feelgood factor. I am. Look, there's lots of there's lots there. I'm really looking forward to the fact that's gone through an hour now because there'd be so much more content that wasn't seen before it can be can be seen. And I'm sure me and regime will have our usual banter going on and look some really exciting make overs. I've seen a couple of the stories for this year coming up and they're they're just the, the homeowners are in real need of literally a home rescue. So that's what we're here to do.
Aidan Power 14:40
We're going to do it Look forward to it, Pete and maybe within that TV era, there will be time for a little dance and Pete the builder segment. Who knows where we're at Pete, thanks for joining us. Never know. Thanks for joining us, Pete but you are staying with us because you will be taking part in our pod quiz very shortly. Thanks, Pete. Cheers, man. Thank you. This is the under construction. In podcast from Chadwick's. Let's get it done. Now each week on the podcast we were looking for your jokes for our joke of the week at the end of the series if you are the top Joker on the Joker's board, where you could win your tool of dreams from chadwicks
Fred Cooke 15:16
to love dream, send us your job joke. No matter what the joke may see two love dreams, sadness or job and you might win the two love dream.
Aidan Power 15:33
Oh, Friday. I'm so happy we now can send a legitimate act to the Eurovision next year. Yes. Right let's see what reaction we're going to get to this week's joke of the week. And reminder, if you do want to send us a voice note which your favourite joke or WhatsApp number is in the podcast description. So last week, john Flynn got a respectable six and a half out of 10 from Fred cook. This week, we have john Sullivan, aka Jordi. And he is trying to beat that score. Let's have a listen. All yours, john. I went to the zoo the other day. There was only a dog in it. It was a shih tzu. Oh, come on. Is that is and you? You're laughing? Fred.
Fred Cooke 16:14
I gotta give like, I don't want to like it. But I'm sorry. I do like it. I tell you what I give us. I think it's it's quick. It's nice. And it's, I'm not mad about the joke. I've kind of I've heard it before, but it's still a great joke. I tell you what I'll give you I'll give you a sec.
Aidan Power 16:29
He give him a generous six.
Fred Cooke 16:31
Unfortunately, it's not six and a half from last week so that the calibre needs to go up. I'm looking we're looking for at least in Asia in the next two weeks. You
Aidan Power 16:38
bet we are I don't know what it's going to take to get to get higher than that. But well, maybe not much, because I think six is a very good score. But Fred, Fred is the expert. Fred is the comedian, and Jordi. Jordi. JOHN Fred likes to joke so you are on the leaderboard unfortunately not top you're in second place with a score of six if you would like to try and beat that. Send us your jokes go top of our Joker's board you will win the tool of dreams. Now this is the tool that literally you dream about. And I know there's people listening who dream about tools when you go into that Chadwick store. What is that thing that is invading your dreams at night that you lost for and long for whatever its function may be. It could be yours if you're top of the Joker's board. So get your jokes into us by voice note on WhatsApp. The number is in the podcast description, trade talk tips and banter. This is the under construction podcast from Chadwick's. Let's get it done. Joining us now is Carmela flirty, and Carmel is the manager of the Chadwick store in selling organ in Dublin. Carmen, welcome to the podcast. How are you?
Carmel O’Flaherty 17:37
Fine. Thank you very much. Thanks for having me today.
Aidan Power 17:39
Carmen, how long have you been in the noggin? How long have you been branch manager there?
Carmel O’Flaherty 17:42
I'm on two years in the noggin and I've branch manager here for the last two years. I am I'm over 20 years with the chadwicks group 21 years with them. I'm branch manager since 2011. So I've been in several different branches at this stage.
Aidan Power 17:57
So at that stage of your career, are you a lifer?
Carmel O’Flaherty 18:03
We'll see, we'll see.
Aidan Power 18:05
So karma over the past year, despite everything that slowed down in so many other areas, you've been busier than ever, why? So
Carmel O’Flaherty 18:12
I suppose part of it is we've been the only retail that really has been open, because people haven't been going on holidays. And there's been an awful lot people are doing an awful lot of work within their houses and within their gardens. And there's still a big proportion of the population who are who are earning money. So the light, a lot of it's gone into DIY in one shape or the other
Aidan Power 18:33
money that might have gone into the two week holiday on the Costa Brava
Carmel O’Flaherty 18:38
exactly are gone into gone into clothes, you know, gone, you know, until the forms and what's considered non essential retail. We're certainly seeing a share of a
Aidan Power 18:49
show, would you say they are the big projects, the big trends at the moment home home renovations and the like, or is there other things going on?
Carmel O’Flaherty 18:55
Yeah, well, a lot of home or home? That's exactly it. I mean, you also have, you know, when say where people are doing, you know, we'll say office home offices, converting converting sheds into home offices, and some variation of pubs, you know, in in gardens. So you've all sorts of people coming up with all sorts of novel ideas, to allow working from home or to allow some form of recreation,
Aidan Power 19:21
the Carmel in the industry, the trade industry as a whole. If you kind of step back and look at it on a big scale, particularly here in Ireland, there is a shortfall of apprentices, especially females. This has been going on quite a while How bad is it?
Carmel O’Flaherty 19:35
There really has been very, very few apprentices trained since since the crash. So we have a ginormous issue with apprentices in this country. There's very, very few of them. So by default to that, you all you know what I mean? There is there was very few women apprentices to start with. It was it was my news. So you know as an extension that there's very, very few being trained. There's almost no women being trained as apprentices, I suppose that in relation to the whole construction industry and builders, providers, we have a weaver staff as staff shortage. And so there is opportunities for for people to come into the industry.
Aidan Power 20:14
And where does that begin? Carmel? Is this in school?
Carmel O’Flaherty 20:17
Where do you? Yeah, yeah, well, I would suggest, I would suggest, we probably have a lot more work to do in terms of, of, of going into schools of starting in the schools. I mean, definitely, in terms of women in construction, you know, if you draw, if you if you got kids in school to draw a picture of a person who's in construction, they'll draw a man, they're not going to think of a woman to start with. So So that is an issue to start with. And so there is so there's plenty of work to be done on that area.
Aidan Power 20:43
How can we encourage more females into the industry? how can how can it be enticing?
Carmel O’Flaherty 20:49
Look, I suppose on a day, I suppose you see, I suppose people don't even considered as an option. You know, they don't realise the option is there. And to start with, so I think I think there is more training to be done and we need to start at schools. That's the level we possibly need to start out.
Unknown Speaker 21:07
Carmel O’Flaherty 21:08
you know, the that it's more that possibly, there needs to be the likes of women brought into schools to show to show kids that this is an option that there is availability there. I suppose you see, as a country now we're gone very much our whole emphasis on points and leaving certs, you know, is that a good thing or a bad thing? I don't know. But that's where we are.
Aidan Power 21:26
As branch manager. Do you think attitudes are changing towards women in the industry in any way?
Carmel O’Flaherty 21:32
Oh, yeah, definitely. They are changing. I mean, chadwicks, other had their first female branch manager in 2007. I mean, I'm a branch manager since 2010. And we now have seven branch manager. We've seven branch managers this year, two of them were appointed this year. So that definitely, definitely is a change. And we don't have any reps that are women. So there's plenty of room for improvement there. I suppose a lot of the women that are in the construction are still in administrative roles. So I definitely would like to see more women in operation roles.
Aidan Power 22:03
Okay, Carmen, it's been great to chat with you. Very interesting. Thanks so much for joining us on the podcast.
Carmel O’Flaherty 22:08
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Aidan Power 22:23
Now Ortiz home rescue star Peter Finn is still with us and Pete is taking on this week's podcast on behalf of Dave molen, who is in mayo and Dave is a carpenter. So Pete I know you as a keen not only sports fan, but a keen practitioner, particularly of Gaelic football. Do you play for the over 40s Dublin team is that right?
Pete the Builder 22:41
Yeah, we've got a lovely title of called the Masters will pay for the dungeon Master's which is which is brilliant. We want the Lord into the house and an 18 got beaten by them Donnie gargoyles on the final and 2019. So I have a small knowledge of GAA and I've watched off an awful lot of ga footballers over the years that's what I'm well known for and so on my club St. Mary's and saga is well known for self defence and ga is the way we like to put it.
Aidan Power 23:03
Okay, well you talk about self defence MMA is a big passion of yours and you're also friends with JK john cabinet the legendary MMA coach, is that right?
Pete the Builder 23:11
Yeah. 100% john has bought a house fairly close to where I live we've touched base over the years over a couple of things but yeah, now and I'm I'm friends with john Calvin, everybody just in case you didn't know i'm john happens friends. Okay,
Aidan Power 23:23
you need to get three questions right within a minute in order for Dave mullet in Mayo to get his very own voicemail greeting composed and sung by the one and only Fred cook. So Pete we're gonna put one minute on the clock. All I will say T is we've got a mixture of questions about your line of work and your passions show Peter Finn. Here we go. Question one your co star of home rescue architect Roshan Murphy wants to know why do we set the start filming on the new series?
Pete the Builder 23:50
We are filming just after the June bank holiday weekend.
Aidan Power 23:54
So is the right answer question two MDF is an engineered wood product. What does the acronym MDF? Stanford
Pete the Builder 24:02
modified density fiberboard it
Aidan Power 24:05
incorrect it's medium. Question three. What name is given to the smooth cement finish of a solid floor?
Pete the Builder 24:13
What name is given to the school to
Unknown Speaker 24:16
snow spends finished? begins
Aidan Power 24:19
with s ends in D Yes, okay. Well more on the building questions. I think we'll move on from those quickly what name is given to an internal non supporting wall made from wood battens and covered with plasterboard?
Pete the Builder 24:31
That would be a stone partition.
Aidan Power 24:33
I don't even take that stone wall in what year did Stephen clugston kick the all Ireland winning point for Dublin?
Pete the Builder 24:40
That was 2015
Aidan Power 24:44
and they've been winning all Ireland's longer than that but 2011 against
Unknown Speaker 24:48
Pete the Builder 24:48
Oh my god.
Aidan Power 24:50
You're sweating. Pete let's go to our score. Master a Fred cook and find out the result. Did we get more than three
Fred Cooke 24:55
weld on Peter? He got three on the button.
Aidan Power 24:58
Oh, we did it. We did it. Did it Who else that was so close? It
Pete the Builder 25:03
all sounds really easy until the clock starts ticking. Then next minute, everything shuts down.
Aidan Power 25:07
You bet well Pete there's enough for Dave molen to get his very own bespoke song from Mr. Fred cook. Let's have a listen.
Fred Cooke 25:14
You've reached the phone of Dave Marlin not from me or best Carpenter you'll know even so.
Aidan Power 25:24
Nicely done Fred cook.
Pete the Builder 25:27
I'm jealous. I'm jealous. Welcome Fred.
Aidan Power 25:29
He'll do one for you as well though people charge and Peter Finn, aka Pete the builder. Thanks for being with us. Thanks
Pete the Builder 25:33
for meeting boys. Thank you very much
Unknown Speaker 25:36
Aidan Power 25:37
with chadwicks over 40 stores nationwide, so we're always local. Well, that is it from this week's podcast. A big thanks to Peter Finn, aka Pete the builder for chatting to us about home office projects and doing well in the pod quiz. Thanks also to Carmela flirty, the Chadwick selling album branch manager. Now before we head off into the sunset thread, what did you learn this week?
Fred Cooke 25:57
What I learned, I think after talking to Peter boater I'm probably more Dancing with the Stars and less MMA.
Aidan Power 26:05
That's a wise learning We will be back with another podcast next Monday. Remember to get it automatically just search under construction with chadwicks wherever you get your podcasts for me, Aiden power, and Mr. Fred cook chatty next Monday. The under construction podcast is produced by dustpod.ie for chadwicks. Ireland's leading builders merchants company where you can choose from the best products and expert advice to get the job done.
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Date: 24th May 2021