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    Fibreglass

    Just a quick question does fibreglass have to fold over on the top or can it be finished going up a flat wall reason for the question is im building a pond now with a combined filter shed which is going up 1.2 m higher at the head of pond same wall as pond just going to build up



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    Most people go over the top of the wall and cover with coping stones. But I see no reason why you can't stop at the top with a neat line. Maybe use a line of polyurethane sealant to stop any moisture from getting behind the fibreglass

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitey79 View Post
    Just a quick question does fibreglass have to fold over on the top or can it be finished going up a flat wall reason for the question is im building a pond now with a combined filter shed which is going up 1.2 m higher at the head of pond same wall as pond just going to build up
    Hi usually go over the top like in your case we tend to cut a line into the brickwork using a joint line fiberglass into the joint fill with ct1 or similar
    Regards ken unique fiberglass linning

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    That's exactly what I was thinking ken if I recess say 200mm like we do for leads work will that be deep enough to bed in thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitey79 View Post
    That's exactly what I was thinking ken if I recess say 200mm like we do for leads work will that be deep enough to bed in thanks
    Yea plenty make sure you get all dust out and clean with asetone

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