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Sethor
16 July 2020
6
Jul 16, 2020 1:41 am
Hmmmmm, well that’s an issue then. It’s not there... Sparky will normally install on final fit off, should not be an issue unless you have a suspended first floor slab above your laundry.
Sparky will normally install on final fit off, should not be an issue unless you have a suspended first floor slab abov...
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Sethor
16 July 2020
2
Jul 16, 2020 1:13 am
If you both have altered natrual ground level along boundary its fair to pay 50/50. If it was only one side that changed natrual ground level they sould bare all retaining costs.
If you both have altered natrual ground level along boundary its fair to pay 50/50. If it was only one side that changed...
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Sethor
1 July 2020
5
Jul 02, 2020 12:34 am
Its not a boundary wall , it's the side of their house. They are normally built 50mm~ in from boundary the line, so you will need permission. If you can't get permission just put a matching fence against the wall. If you owned house A would you like if house B painted the side of you house without p...
Its not a boundary wall , it's the side of their house. They are normally built 50mm~ in from boundary the line, so you ...
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Sethor
30 June 2020
5
Jun 30, 2020 2:59 am
If you're looking for high end take a look at Monolith by Liebherr & Sub-Zero , I have two Liebherrs which are great but the Monolith & Sub-Zero are in another league.
If you're looking for high end take a look at Link Link , I have two Liebherrs which are great but the Monolith Sub-Zero...
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Sethor
10 September 2019
2
Sep 11, 2019 12:46 am
Can you move the microwave away from the oven stack? Possibly somewhere under the bench. With three appliances stacked, the top unit will be quite high putting users at risk of spilling hot liquids/food on themselves.
Can you move the microwave away from the oven stack? Possibly somewhere under the bench. With three appliances stacked, ...
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Sethor
28 August 2019
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Aug 28, 2019 1:20 am
There is no simple example to say its beneficial or not, it really depends on your situation. I would recommend speaking to your accountant. Trusts can be beneficial for asset protection & tax minimization on developments but in most other cases will expose you to more taxes. Property's held in ...
There is no simple example to say its beneficial or not, it really depends on your situation. I would recommend speaking...
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Sethor
9 August 2019
6
Aug 09, 2019 1:41 am
You'll need 3 phase power if you have a large airconditioner, so yes for bigger homes. Also required for some Induction Cooktops.
Also required for some Induction Cooktops.
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Sethor
5 August 2019
2
Aug 06, 2019 12:16 am
Its not ideal to have cameras mounted up too high, maybe just our of arms reach is good. So if you go with the wireless option you should be able to replace batteries with a small step ladder. I would recommend going with a wired setup. I recommend the Turret style over Dome & Bullet style, Mile...
Its not ideal to have cameras mounted up too high, maybe just our of arms reach is good. So if you go with the wireless ...
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Sethor
5 August 2019
6
Aug 06, 2019 12:05 am
I previously lived in a place which had ducted vacuum, it does have its pros & cons. + Suction Power + All dust sucked up leaves room + Quiet - Long hose rubs on walls & furniture - Long hose is cumbersome - Blockages are a pain I passed on getting ducted on our new place & have the Dyso...
I previously lived in a place which had ducted vacuum, it does have its pros cons. + Suction Power + All dust sucked up ...
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Sethor
24 July 2019
3
Jul 24, 2019 1:27 am
Single door for me, much more secure. Double doors give thieves an easy entry point into house.
Single door for me, much more secure. Double doors give thieves an easy entry point into house.
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Sethor
20 July 2019
10
Jul 20, 2019 5:52 am
1. Milesight MS-C5375-PB2.8, [size=100] MS-C2975-PB2.8 & [size=100] MS-C5375-EPB (bought various models for comparison) [/size][/size] 2. Five atm planning on adding two more. 3. 1x front, 1x each side & 2x at back 4. All are mounted under eaves or on wall at same height. 5. Cabling done fo...
1. Milesight MS-C5375-PB2.8, MS-C2975-PB2.8 MS-C5375-EPB (bought various models for comparison) 2. Five atm planning on ...
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Sethor
8 July 2019
10
Jul 08, 2019 3:20 am
I am leaning towards heatpump now... Just dont know if I should try to get the brand upgraded from Chromagen to something else... The Chromagen models seem to have good reviews online. But if you want to look at other models consider the [color=#222222] Bosch [/color] [color=#5e5e5e] Compress 3000 ...
The Chromagen models seem to have good reviews online. But if you want to look at other models consider the Link Link ,...
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Sethor
12 June 2019
3
Jun 12, 2019 2:13 pm
Well they are not supplying the items, Just go through electrical plan & work out what is required. Make sure you specify correct wiring requirements for what your planning to put in, for example Clipsal Saturn/Saturn Zen switches & Iconic bluetooth mechs require a neutral wire.
Well they are not supplying the items, Just go through electrical plan work out what is required. Make sure you specify ...
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Sethor
10 June 2019
4
Jun 10, 2019 4:23 am
I would not use the Selleys product, it may cause damage to your benchtop. Just buy a plastic removal tool like this https://www.bunnings.com.au/cornertape-standard-silicon-remover_p1660553 stay away from metal ones as it may scratch. Use this tool & a razor blade to remove silicone.
I would not use the Selleys product, it may cause damage to your benchtop. Just buy a plastic removal tool like this Lin...
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Sethor
4 June 2019
6
Jun 04, 2019 3:07 pm
why were you getting charged extra? its the same amount of tiles and material etc a tiny bit of extra labour to cut the tiles to fit strange The shower niches were costed at around $500 each, something to do with having to install a double wall. Hence why we are looking to install some other kind o...
The shower niches were costed at around $500 each, something to do with having to install a double wall. Hence why we a...
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Sethor
30 May 2019
2
May 30, 2019 5:24 pm
Just buy new unit & replace or pull required parts off that? $43.50 delivered https://valet.com.au/products/product/vac-355 There is a few installation videos online like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20WEX0UAWv4
Just buy new unit replace or pull required parts off that? $43.50 delivered https://valet.com.au/products/product/vac-35...
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Sethor
1 May 2019
4
May 01, 2019 5:54 pm
I'd go with Splayed as well.
I'd go with Splayed as well.
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Sethor
13 March 2019
13
Mar 13, 2019 2:41 am
Maybe look at the Methven Glaston https://www.bunnings.com.au/methven-wels-4-star-7-5l-min-gaston-pull-down-sink-mixer_p5003400
Maybe look at the Methven Glaston https://www.bunnings.com.au/methven-wel ... r_p5003400
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Sethor
6 March 2019
2
Mar 06, 2019 5:15 pm
Both look like non-Australian models, Personally I'd say away from DeWalt they have not kept up with advancement (i.e battery technology) with other brands & have certainly fallen out of favour with tradies. Most tradesman I see use Makita gear which I'd go for between the two brands, but have a...
Both look like non-Australian models, Personally I'd say away from DeWalt they have not kept up with advancement (i.e ba...
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Sethor
6 March 2019
2
Mar 06, 2019 5:01 pm
Most builders will work in established areas, you just have to find one your happy to go with.
Most builders will work in established areas, you just have to find one your happy to go with.
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