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rodels
25 November 2019
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Nov 25, 2019 6:43 pm
According to the council building approvals are required for the following. Ancillary accommodation (granny flat) Building envelope modifications Carports Change of use Decking Front fence Garages Grouped dwellings Patios Pergolas Retaining walls Shade sails Shed (also referred to as an outbuilding)...
According to the council building approvals are required for the following. Link Link Link Link Link Link Link Link Link...
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rodels
25 November 2019
24
Nov 25, 2019 1:40 am
Bugger having to get the council involved Stewie The thing is I went the route of ringing the council to find out what I needed. I have done additions to the external of a house and for additions in the front they wanted a site plan with proposed works, an elevation drawing and engineers drawings. ...
The thing is I went the route of ringing the council to find out what I needed. I have done additions to the external o...
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rodels
5 November 2019
14
Nov 05, 2019 1:40 pm
Rang the council today and no permit required for internal works.
Rang the council today and no permit required for internal works.
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rodels
15 October 2019
13
Oct 15, 2019 4:09 pm
https://forum.homeone.com.au/u/59157_1571115393.jpg Now I am thinking along the lines of this configuration. The red line is the section where the wall I am wanting to remove, The yellow are two new struts and the green is bracing. https://forum.homeone.com.au/u/59157_1571115939.JPG Mimic what has ...
Now I am thinking along the lines of this configuration. The red line is the section where the wall I am wanting to rem...
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rodels
15 October 2019
12
Oct 15, 2019 3:25 pm
https://forum.homeone.com.au/u/22605_1571100448.png You could strut where the 2 purple dots are. Straight down off the valley. Struts should be strapped at the top and blocked at the bottom to prevent movement. You'll probably find that the existing strut doesn't have this but it's the approved met...
OK so my information I put up in the photo was actually incorrect. I got up there this morning with better light and a ...
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rodels
15 October 2019
9
Oct 15, 2019 10:45 am
At a quick glance at AS1684.2 table 27 you are way off with 2x 120X35 Pine substitutes Why are you mentioning pine?
Why are you mentioning pine?
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rodels
15 October 2019
7
Oct 15, 2019 1:53 am
Can you put in a new strut back onto the wall behind rather than worry about the beam? https://forum.homeone.com.au/u/59157_1571064065.jpg I'm not sure where to extend it to. The photo above shows the room and robe walls in black outline,the joists are green and the red dot shows the position of th...
I'm not sure where to extend it to. The photo above shows the room and robe walls in black outline,the joists are green...
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rodels
14 October 2019
5
Oct 14, 2019 8:47 pm
Your information is incorrect 120 x 35 available pine is not F17 grade or are you using Jarrah either way I doubt your hanging/strutting beam is sufficient in size? Which span tables are you referring to? Structural alterations require Certified Engineering Drawings please check with your local Cou...
The span tables are from AS 1684.2 table 27. Also if you look at for example Hyspans table a 170x63 will support 6m2 of...
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rodels
14 October 2019
4
Oct 14, 2019 8:34 pm
Hi Rodels, Is there any chance of getting some photos? Another idea could be putting a head in above your sliding doors then there is no need to prop anything in the roof. I took some photos but the area was too dark and photos are way to under exposed to see anything. I will get a DSL and flash up...
I took some photos but the area was too dark and photos are way to under exposed to see anything. I will get a DSL and ...
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rodels
13 October 2019
1
Oct 13, 2019 8:48 pm
I have a brick house with 3 bedrooms and in the bedrooms are recessed robes which vary in widths 1.2m, 1.5m and 1.8m. The doors on the robes are 820mm wide hinged doors in a steel frame and I would like to open up the access to the robes to their maximum, so will need to remove some wall then I can ...
I have a brick house with 3 bedrooms and in the bedrooms are recessed robes which vary in widths 1.2m, 1.5m and 1.8m. Th...
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