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Jake81
2 March
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Mar 02, 2020 1:20 pm
Thank you for the information. I will post some images a bit later today when I get home from work. The cabinet makers noted the different measurements at the check measurement but never informed me this would result in the large gaps at the wall and uneven finish to the ceiling that we've ended up ...
Thank you for the information. I will post some images a bit later today when I get home from work. The cabinet makers n...
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Jake81
2 March
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Mar 02, 2020 11:10 am
Love some advice and thoughts on a dispute i am having with the business that installed some new wardrobes at my place. I paid $1800 for a two door bedroom wardrobe. A cavity was cut into a wall by my builder for the wardrobe to be installed into. It was noted at the time that the ceiling in this be...
Love some advice and thoughts on a dispute i am having with the business that installed some new wardrobes at my place. ...
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Jake81
3 October 2019
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Oct 03, 2019 5:38 pm
Need some help/advice understanding how to smarten up our home during a major renovation and electrical rewiring. After researching the smart light V smart switch option, I am leaning towards the smart switch option using Aeotec Nano Dimmers and possibly Aeotec Nano Switches (I prefer the idea of b...
Need some help/advice understanding how to smarten up our home during a major renovation and electrical rewiring. After ...
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Jake81
3 October 2019
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Oct 03, 2019 5:32 pm
Thank you! great resource.
Thank you! great resource.
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Jake81
30 September 2019
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Sep 30, 2019 10:59 pm
Thanks for your detailed response! The windows in question are east facing and north facing. Those are the ones soaking up heaps of the morning/midday sun. Extending eves is an option I’m exploring at the moment in addition to the new glass. The solar heating is a great idea and something I hadn’t t...
Thanks for your detailed response! The windows in question are east facing and north facing. Those are the ones soaking ...
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Jake81
29 September 2019
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Sep 29, 2019 10:16 am
Currently undergoing a major reno of the top floor of a 1950s house in Sydney, double brick lower level, top level is partial brick veneer but mostly old vinyl panelling over timber framing etc (this will be replaced with Hardie weatherboard). Flat iron roof. LOTS of glass in the living, dining and ...
Currently undergoing a major reno of the top floor of a 1950s house in Sydney, double brick lower level, top level is pa...
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