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What Are These Overhead Cables?What Are These Overhead Cables?

by EasyE » Jun 17, 2024 10:32 am in Building A New House

Hi all, Just wondering if anyone knows what are these overhead cables? We're looking to redevelop the property and builder is saying these cables should be removed as…

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Doing driveway after handoverDoing driveway after handover

by kayma » Jun 10, 2024 1:42 pm in Building A New House

Hi Kayma, This brings up a good Question. I'm at PreCon stage. I will also be doing my own driveway (cost savings). From what i see around me, (Sydney Metro area),…

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Sleepless Knights
Jun 17, 2024 9:26 am
Fixing damaged 3 coat acrylic renderFixing damaged 3 coat acrylic render

by LS26A » Jun 16, 2024 4:42 pm in DIY, Home Maintenance & Repair

Thanks Pedro4137. Just to clarify when you say treat? I’d cut out the damaged sections, patch with same base render originally used then apply same texture coat to…

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Jun 17, 2024 9:23 am
Upgrading from N3 to N4 wind ratingUpgrading from N3 to N4 wind rating

by MADMAX10000 » Jun 16, 2024 3:01 pm in Building A New House

It depends on how much load coming on the wall framing. However you can use more top and bottom plates and studs and/or higher timber grade if required to maintain the 70mm frame.

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Building with CJ HomesBuilding with CJ Homes
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by onlyann » Oct 27, 2018 3:27 pm in Building A New House

I agree! I have found reading this so helpful! But it stopped at ‘fixing’ stage? What happened next? Also, I’d love to know who was your first private inspector…

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NEED TRADESMAN APPROXIMATE PRICING - KIT VS MODULARNEED TRADESMAN APPROXIMATE PRICING - KIT VS MODULAR
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by alwaysanxious » Jun 16, 2024 4:37 pm in Building A New House

I tried to upload the photos but I don't think it worked.

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First time build: Custom narrow riverside home in WAFirst time build: Custom narrow riverside home in WA

by Dr_rock » Mar 13, 2024 6:13 pm in Building A New House

Sadly no movement on site since soak wells went in. There are also missing/wrong storm water drains which need to be sorted, along with a broken pipe. Plumbing has been…

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Jun 16, 2024 3:03 pm

I'm using the 5 burner version of this BBQ in black. The beefeaters are a well known and reliable brand. They integrate well with the cabinetry. I built my own alfresco…

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Basic charged stormwater systemBasic charged stormwater system

by Schmo » Jun 16, 2024 8:52 am in General Discussion

Hi all Long time reader here, first time poster. My Mum bought a house a few years back and the downpipes off the bullnose verandah basically just went about a meter…

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