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10 August
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Aug 10, 2020 8:07 pm
Before doing more to landscaping i would look at painting the front of the house to a more modern colour first than go from there
Before doing more to landscaping i would look at painting the front of the house to a more modern colour first than go f...
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4 August
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Aug 04, 2020 3:41 pm
Hey Tazw, Always do the modifications first prior to finishing the walls so go ahead and do the window first in case of damages to walls. This includes if you need to change any electrical or plumbing works in walls. If you want to use sheeting on the walls you will still need to remove the render t...
Hey Tazw, Always do the modifications first prior to finishing the walls so go ahead and do the window first in case of ...
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3 August
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Aug 03, 2020 8:25 pm
Roses and Lemons like deep soil but lemons need free draining soil as they dont like their feet wet which most roses can tolerate for periods. lemons require a lot of organic matter to help with fruiting and need to test soil to make sure they have enough Nitrogen to produce a lot of viable fruit. I...
Roses and Lemons like deep soil but lemons need free draining soil as they dont like their feet wet which most roses can...
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3 August
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Aug 03, 2020 8:07 pm
Hey Sergey, I use mine all the time, generally after it rains at least every 2 or 3 months and my lawn never pools water and is thick n lush all year which keeps all weeds at bay. Its easy to do after rain as the ground is soft and if you can get between rain days its a bonus. The other alternative ...
Hey Sergey, I use mine all the time, generally after it rains at least every 2 or 3 months and my lawn never pools water...
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2 August
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Aug 02, 2020 9:39 pm
2 things have changed, first is they are not selling many homes and second is the legal team make you remove negative comments
2 things have changed, first is they are not selling many homes and second is the legal team make you remove negative co...
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28 July
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Jul 28, 2020 10:41 am
Square set ceiling with tiling up to it looks much cleaner and nicer than cornice. The finish is much better and when steam risers you dont get the sharp edge of the cornice blackening due to moisture catching. A lot more builders are doing this as standard. Check out Clarendon web for there bathroo...
Square set ceiling with tiling up to it looks much cleaner and nicer than cornice. The finish is much better and when st...
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28 July
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Jul 28, 2020 10:28 am
There are a few things i would consider changing. 1) The Walk In linen at the front of the house to be deleted as it seems there is ample storage throughout the house and extend the WC to make a powder room with vanity and mirror. Remove Bed2 Robe and put in onto the back of the Bath tub Wall as the...
There are a few things i would consider changing. 1) The Walk In linen at the front of the house to be deleted as it see...
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8 July
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Jul 08, 2020 7:28 pm
Try using baby wipes as a friend does that on their Dulux paint and seems to work for them
Try using baby wipes as a friend does that on their Dulux paint and seems to work for them
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1 July
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Jul 01, 2020 9:59 am
I assume they wont let you swap wet areas downstairs as it effects the major plumbing from upstairs but could you flip the bottom section as GoGo suggests and leave the Alfresco but also ask to flip upstairs to help with the plumbing situation ?
I assume they wont let you swap wet areas downstairs as it effects the major plumbing from upstairs but could you flip t...
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1 July
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Jul 01, 2020 9:54 am
Porcelain tiles are supplied with a coating when packaged to help protect their surface. Once the tiler lays them the surface of the tiles is quite hazy after grouting as the coating holds any fine dust. They generally need 2 or 3 cleans before the Tile surface is totally clean and will sparkle for ...
Porcelain tiles are supplied with a coating when packaged to help protect their surface. Once the tiler lays them the su...
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30 June
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Jun 30, 2020 4:17 pm
We have had this Oven installed as part of our build and it has been awfull, would not recommend Omega appliances at all They installed after handover so we were in the house, the installers could not remove all the blue plastic and the oven handle was loose. They stated they would send service pers...
We have had this Oven installed as part of our build and it has been awfull, would not recommend Omega appliances at all...
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21 June
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Jun 21, 2020 11:16 pm
Maybe the reason they are trying Not to do these is cost, they cost more and often have to get made to size. the drain grates are more common and are easily cut to suit. if you are having the drain across the width of the shower they should be placed against the wall under the taps so you should not...
Maybe the reason they are trying Not to do these is cost, they cost more and often have to get made to size. the drain g...
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20 June
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Jun 20, 2020 5:47 pm
Yeah agree with Chippy I have always worked like this, cant remember anyone removing it all prior to measuring unless there is major structural changes.
Yeah agree with Chippy I have always worked like this, cant remember anyone removing it all prior to measuring unless th...
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17 June
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Jun 17, 2020 10:28 am
The answer is ventilation and air flow. You can get your dryer connected to ducting which will take moist air directly outside if the appliance is capable of adding the attachment. Ceiling exhaust fan/s with the window either open by 50mm or add in a screen mesh to window to keep air coming into roo...
The answer is ventilation and air flow. You can get your dryer connected to ducting which will take moist air directly o...
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13 June
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Jun 14, 2020 12:38 am
1 - Remove chrome covers on door hinges from the long flat side (they are 2 pieces clipped together) 2 - Remove the rubbers from top and bottom of doorway 3 - open glass to and on the bottom hinge you will see 2 covers in the bottom section that goes into the base frame. Remove screw caps covering s...
1 - Remove chrome covers on door hinges from the long flat side (they are 2 pieces clipped together) 2 - Remove the rubb...
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3 June
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Jun 04, 2020 12:11 am
Hey Everyone, On behalf of a friend they are looking at removing the old asbestos roof panels and replacing with colorbond as the roof has many leaks. Has anyone had experience with this getting done ? How long did it take ? How much would be fair price ? Roof size would be approx 100sq/m with a sin...
Hey Everyone, On behalf of a friend they are looking at removing the old asbestos roof panels and replacing with colorbo...
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29 May
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May 29, 2020 5:58 pm
Pics would be needed for advice
Pics would be needed for advice
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29 May
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May 29, 2020 5:56 pm
Is my second hallway a space waster? My entry to the master, weird position? Bottom bedroom, waste of space? Extra Linen cabinetry is never a waste of space if you can use to the tricky positions. the Master bedroom I would look at putting a glass panel sliding door at entrance to make it look class...
Is my second hallway a space waster? My entry to the master, weird position? Bottom bedroom, waste of space? Extra Linen...
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29 May
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May 29, 2020 5:50 pm
When using dark roof colours make sure TV antennas or foxtel is hung of the side of the house so it doesn't sit on roof as Birds make a real mess. Upgrade to next level roof insulation to combat the extra heat and make sure Whirlys are used
When using dark roof colours make sure TV antennas or foxtel is hung of the side of the house so it doesn't sit on roof ...
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