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13 August
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Aug 13, 2021 12:50 am
Also, be wary with where you are installing any low-E glass. If it's a window where you want the warmth of the winter sun, you don't want to filter out the radiation. Better suited to windows where you want to reduce the impact of (for example) afternoon sun in summer.
Also, be wary with where you are installing any low-E glass. If it's a window where you want the warmth of the winter su...
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Aug 13, 2021 12:47 am
Has anyone dealt with double glazing enough to have an indication on pricing difference per m^2 between standard, super glass and double glazing? We targeting a 7 star rating for our new design (our local council has a system whereby 5% reduction in open space is allowed with a 7 star rating). The ...
We paid $37k extra/over standard glass for double glazing throughout for a 2 storey place ~400sqm. Expensive, but we ha...
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17 June 2020
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Jun 17, 2020 8:12 am
CIPP lines are effective and minimise the loss in diameter of the pipe. As most pipes are 90-100mm dia that is fairly important. Its a technique that's used by most water authorities. Make sure that you get a reputable contractor as it has the potential to really mess up the system if there is a pr...
Thanks for this by the way. At the risk of digging up an old thread, I just wanted to close it out with some useful inf...
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25 April 2020
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Apr 25, 2020 4:29 am
Hi, Does anyone have experience with cured in place pipe (CIPP) as a sewer repair method? Are there any other trenchless solutions out there? We have a ceramic sewer line which runs under the rear neighbour's house and joins the street's main line at the back of their block. It's invaded by tree roo...
Hi, Does anyone have experience with cured in place pipe (CIPP) as a sewer repair method? Are there any other trenchless...
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