Home
Pros
Forum
  • About
  • Join Community
  • Contact
Reply
WatchingStarredHistory
InboxSent
MembersPros
#Unanswered     #Active
Posts
Tee3
22 Posts

Follow
Posts
Tee3
16 June
8
Jun 16, 2020 9:40 am
Yea it is hard wearing but I think most of those reviews were related to the product buckling after installation. Of course we don't know who installed then in those situations. But it is one reason why I haven't been able to confidently pull the trigger with them.
Yea it is hard wearing but I think most of those reviews were related to the product buckling after installation. Of cou...
Read PostLike
User avatar  likes this
Tee3
23 May
6
May 23, 2020 1:56 am
Not yet. I have a few more months before my home is ready to move in. Still looking at options. Are you still considering hybrids or have you found a different solution? Still looking at hybrids. Like the proline ones. They go by the name abode in choices flooring. Had been to CQ flooring, they sel...
Are you still considering hybrids or have you found a different solution? Still looking at hybrids. Like the proline on...
Read PostLike
Tee3
22 May
4
May 22, 2020 1:39 am
Not yet. I have a few more months before my home is ready to move in. Still looking at options. Are you still considering hybrids or have you found a different solution?
Are you still considering hybrids or have you found a different solution?
Read PostLike
Tee3
22 May
94
May 22, 2020 1:37 am
Oh hell no. Do not do this for the love of gawd. Someone told us to do it cos it was cheaper and we were referred to a massive Chine factory. It was the worst experience of our builder lives. They say they meet Australian standards and they don’t they leak when it rains they use rubber than falls o...
Hi Rizroz, what was the company you sourced your windows from?
Read PostLike
Tee3
21 May
2
May 21, 2020 2:19 am
How did you go? Did you end up installing hybrids?
How did you go? Did you end up installing hybrids?
Read PostLike
Tee3
21 May
8
May 21, 2020 1:12 am
https://forum.homeone.com.au/u/88194_1563606713.jpg https://forum.homeone.com.au/u/88194_1563606721.jpg Looks fab! Do you remember the colour of the paint?
Looks fab! Do you remember the colour of the paint?
Read PostLike
Tee3
20 May
5
May 20, 2020 2:01 pm
@Tee3 when considering various contractors sales representations, demolition agreements and procedures be very careful to protect your self against extra costs, particularly for removal of ‘Hidden’ asbestos that may, or may not be buried on the block, under the slab, driveway. It’s a common confide...
Thanks for the forewarning...will keep it in mind!
Read PostLike
Tee3
20 May
12
May 20, 2020 1:35 am
These are the types of insurance builder must have 1 Professional indemnity-part of his registration 2 Contract works(in case your house burns down before completion etc. + workers compensation(in case workman gets injured on your job)+ Public liability (in case little old lady falls down the trenc...
Whilst the above refers to the cover types for a registered builder, can I ask if its the same for OB? I'm considering ...
Read PostLike
Tee3
19 May
2
May 20, 2020 12:58 am
Hi where are you guys based?
Hi where are you guys based?
Read PostLike
Tee3
19 May
2
May 20, 2020 12:54 am
I'm considering to use the same type of flooring for our renovation. One of the reasons why I looked at this type of flooring is due to its scratch resistant nature. I took a sample home and went at it with a stanley knife - no issues. If you're still interested, try speaking to Integra Direct Floor...
I'm considering to use the same type of flooring for our renovation. One of the reasons why I looked at this type of flo...
Read PostLike
Tee3
30 October 2019
5
Oct 30, 2019 11:44 pm
Thanks for your response JJ2019. Proline Rigid is in my top 3 picks as well...can I ask why you believe the two you listed are best or better than the other popular brands like Karndean Korlok, Kenbrock Kennect and Abode?
Thanks for your response JJ2019. Proline Rigid is in my top 3 picks as well...can I ask why you believe the two you list...
Read PostLike
Tee3
29 August 2019
8
Aug 29, 2019 11:04 am
Got it! Thanks for your input..will take this into consideration
Got it! Thanks for your input..will take this into consideration
Read PostLike
Tee3
28 August 2019
6
Aug 28, 2019 11:34 pm
Hi thanks for your reply. There is a robe for bedroom 3. They just accidentally left it off the drawing. Do you mean that the fridge and oven will struggle from an electrical circuit point of view or did you mean from a Feng Shui point of view?
Hi thanks for your reply. There is a robe for bedroom 3. They just accidentally left it off the drawing. Do you mean tha...
Read PostLike
Tee3
28 August 2019
5
Aug 28, 2019 11:33 pm
Hi thanks for your reply. There is a robe for bedroom 3. They just accidentally left it off the drawing. Do you mean that the fridge and oven will struggle from an electrical circuit point of view or did you mean from a Feng Shui point of view?
Hi thanks for your reply. There is a robe for bedroom 3. They just accidentally left it off the drawing. Do you mean tha...
Read PostLike
Tee3
27 August 2019
3
Aug 27, 2019 11:00 pm
Hi IAmSam thanks for your reply. Do you know anything about kitchen Feng Shui and the way stoves, sinks etc interact?
Hi IAmSam thanks for your reply. Do you know anything about kitchen Feng Shui and the way stoves, sinks etc interact?
Read PostLike
Tee3
26 August 2019
1
Aug 27, 2019 12:46 am
Any suggestions or advice on my proposed floorplan? We've intentionally brought out the bathroom wall to avoid the front door directly leading to the back... But not sure if it's affective and to be honest aesthetically we prefer the straight hall way that leads to the back open plan space. What are...
Any suggestions or advice on my proposed floorplan? We've intentionally brought out the bathroom wall to avoid the front...
Read PostLike
Tee3
26 August 2019
1
Aug 27, 2019 12:27 am
I'm renovating my home and adding an extension out the back. We've had a look at some flooring options and think we've settled on hybrids for all areas of the house except bathrooms, laundry and toilet. We like the thinness of each plank so we can lay it over existing flooring without too much of a ...
I'm renovating my home and adding an extension out the back. We've had a look at some flooring options and think we've s...
Read PostLike
Tee3
15 August 2019
7
Aug 15, 2019 5:42 pm
You need to ask the engineer but if he will already be onsite, it sounds like a good move. Thank you! Will chat to a few engineers and get a quote.
Thank you! Will chat to a few engineers and get a quote.
Read PostLike
Tee3
15 August 2019
5
Aug 15, 2019 4:15 pm
You have concrete stumps which is good and some may possibly benefit from some minor packing but taking the levels is the first step. A structural engineer is the obvious choice and I feel that getting a qualified unbiased report would put your mind at ease. Are there some other things you might ne...
Thanks again for your swift reply. As we are planning an extension, we have budgeted for an engineer to sign off the pa...
Read PostLike




Australia's largest home building and
renovation community
Homeone
About

Terms
Privacy

Follow homeone on FacebookFollow homeone on Twitter
All comments made express the views and opinions of the author and not the Administrators, Support nor Homeone Australia & New Zealand
© Homeone Australia & New Zealand All Rights Reserved ‎2001 - 2020