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Pond Liner 4x3m with 40yr Guarantee and FREE Underlay
- Size 4x3m (approx 13' x 10'). Black both sides - 40yr guarantee.
- Example of pond size achievable: 2x1x0.5m deep (6'6'" x 3'3" x 1'8").
- Guaranteed Watertight for 40yrs. UV Stabilised for long outdoor life.
- FREE Underlay (12sqm) supplied with liner - RRP £13.20
- Next working day delivery (if ordered before 1pm).
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I first caulked any gaps between the new roof boards and tacked down the free underlay using a staple gun. The liner was then cut to approximate size and positioned on the roof, held by large stones and left overnight for the creases to flatten.
The liner was removed and I cut strips the length of the two sides to act as skirts and take rainwater directly into the gutters. These were held in position using a spray adhesive from Amazon.
The liner was then placed back on the roof and spray adhesive was again used to hold the liner in position along the edges. This allowed me to lift and stretch the liner to remove any creases before trimming the liner to size. Finally I used the staple gun to fix the liner on the front edges before fitting the weatherboards and used some stainless steel UPVC nails from Wickes to tack the liner on the gutter edge skirts. The nails were chosen as they won't rust and they grip strongly.
It's still too early to properly assess the result but it appears to be working fine with no perceptive shrinkage. The liner is not stuck down to the roof and I have noticed the wind suck it up slightly, so I may stick it down eventually, but it's an interesting experiment so far.
Even my wife, who was reluctant at first to have a black roof on the summerhouse, likes the appearance.
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