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rbalse
27 September 2020
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Sep 27, 2020 4:14 pm
I am planning a 10m2 ensuite extension to a brick veneer house with existing timber framed floor. However the area of extension has been built up level with the existing floor. I am proposing a slab, but I am aware it must be 150mm aove ground level, which will not work. Can I: A: Build in a drainag...
I am planning a 10m2 ensuite extension to a brick veneer house with existing timber framed floor. However the area of ex...
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rbalse
24 June 2020
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Jun 24, 2020 8:03 pm
I am in Victoria. I have four adjacent rooms: Bedroom 1, bedroom 2, bathroom, study. I would like to turn Bedroom 2 into WIR and ensuite and relocate bathroom to the study, and then turn the existing bathroom into a study. No structural work is involved. Do I need a building permit?
I am in Victoria. I have four adjacent rooms: Bedroom 1, bedroom 2, bathroom, study. I would like to turn Bedroom 2 into...
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rbalse
24 May 2018
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May 24, 2018 11:27 am
My shower has been re-tiled. I now cannot properly align the shower arm. Upright is too loose. Half a turn more and it is firm but upside down. 8 o'clock is fully tight. There is minimal thread protruding. It came with its own matching backing plate.
My shower has been re-tiled. I now cannot properly align the shower arm. Upright is too loose. Half a turn more and it i...
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rbalse
9 August 2017
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Aug 09, 2017 8:41 pm
My brick veneer home is built on on stumps and on a slight slope. I am planning a small extension (ensuite and WIR - about 10 sq m) on the high side of the building. It will be flat roofed, sitting under the eaves of the exisiting house. However, a previous owner leveled and paved the area so that t...
My brick veneer home is built on on stumps and on a slight slope. I am planning a small extension (ensuite and WIR - abo...
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rbalse
18 July 2013
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Jul 18, 2013 6:14 pm
Thanks for that. Current HWS is an Aquamax gas. I had a look at Rinnai, and it seems to require a ring main involving new separate pipework back to the Aquamax (costly). I was hoping that there might be some sort of thermo controlled electric booster to heat up the first few minutes of water flow.
Thanks for that. Current HWS is an Aquamax gas. I had a look at Rinnai, and it seems to require a ring main involving ne...
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rbalse
18 July 2013
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Jul 18, 2013 2:57 pm
My bathroom is on the opposite side of the house from the HWS. It takes time and a waste of water before hot water reaches the taps. I am now planning an en-suite even further from the HWS. What is the best and most cost effective way to minimise this delay and water loss?
My bathroom is on the opposite side of the house from the HWS. It takes time and a waste of water before hot water reach...
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