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DS_1
8 December 2006
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Dec 07, 2006 11:09 pm
Thanks a million for all your help and advice. What can I say but this is a great forum to be in. Lots of real practical help and advice given here. I have decided to go ahead to buy the house as its got what we wanted for a family and very near the school. Will follow the advice given here once i ...
Thanks a million for all your help and advice. What can I say but this is a great forum to be in. Lots of real practical...
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DS_1
7 December 2006
12
Dec 07, 2006 11:59 am
Thanks again Luke for your advice. The architect and pest inspectors came back with their initial reports. At least I hope its good news.. Here are some of their initial comments (before the official report) and pls feel free to advice this newbie... :) Building: 1. Structure is fine. Expected more...
Thanks again Luke for your advice. The architect and pest inspectors came back with their initial reports. At least I ho...
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DS_1
6 December 2006
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Dec 06, 2006 7:55 am
Look for plumbers that do bathroom renovations. If your not doing anything yourself you will be looking over $5000 easy. The damaged floor boards will have to lifted off. You can re-do the floor in two ways - - lay particle board flooring covered in 'ceramic-tile underlay' sheeting or - lay compres...
Thanks NeilD, Michelle Luke, I am having the building pest inspection done this afternoon by Archicentre. Hopefully eve...
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DS_1
5 December 2006
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Dec 05, 2006 3:39 pm
Thanks NeilD for your reply. Yeah, its good if you are able to do it yourself. unfortunately I am not handy and definitely not experienced in this area, so DIY might cause more problem to it. I guess so long if it does not damage the structural aspects of the house or cause any termites infestation...
Thanks NeilD for your reply. Yeah, its good if you are able to do it yourself. unfortunately I am not handy and definite...
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DS_1
4 December 2006
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Dec 04, 2006 9:45 pm
:cry: :cry: :cry: Thanks Michelle & Luke, I believed so too that they have laid tiles over the original timber floor. Any idea how much will it cost to get this fix? Also does it mean that all the original timber floor need to be replaced totally? Thanks again, Dan
Thanks Michelle Luke, I believed so too that they have laid tiles over the original timber floor. Any idea how much wil...
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DS_1
4 December 2006
1
Dec 04, 2006 2:46 pm
Hi, I am in Melbourne and close to buying a single storey. It is 40yrs old, brick veneered and has wooden flooring. I have noticed in the ensuite bathroom that the floor tiles have bulged up quite substantially. There is one cracked tile and I found it to be sturdy when i stand on the bulging area....
Hi, I am in Melbourne and close to buying a single storey. It is 40yrs old, brick veneered and has wooden flooring. I ha...
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