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Mozzie
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15 June 2012
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Jun 15, 2012 11:24 pm
Houston Texas. That's great, do you ship to the other side of the world?
Houston Texas. That's great, do you ship to the other side of the world?
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Mozzie
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19 May 2012
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May 19, 2012 1:38 pm
Thanks for the response travelbug. That has got me thinking that if I can reduce the amount of furniture that will be rented (especially large items) then it's likely to be alot cheaper. I still need a stylist as I am hopeless with that stuff but if I can get the larger items that are modern and neu...
Thanks for the response travelbug. That has got me thinking that if I can reduce the amount of furniture that will be re...
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Mozzie
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18 May 2012
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May 18, 2012 8:52 pm
Hi all, I'm planning on puting my house on the market soon and as it's a large house and I live by myself alot of it is either empty or furnished to a pretty ordinary standard. The last house I sold I asked the realestate agent if it was worth getting someone in to furnish and decorate it to present...
Hi all, I'm planning on puting my house on the market soon and as it's a large house and I live by myself alot of it is ...
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Mozzie
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7 May 2012
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May 08, 2012 12:12 am
I'm in the process of painting my house which is approx 30 squares (3 beds + study, 3 living rooms, 2 bathrooms). It's a reno so there was existing paint. I've used 45 litres for the ceilings and probably once I'm finished 60 litres for the walls. I'm not doing the woodwork. What I will say is that ...
I'm in the process of painting my house which is approx 30 squares (3 beds + study, 3 living rooms, 2 bathrooms). It's a...
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Mozzie
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1 March 2012
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Mar 01, 2012 8:33 pm
You could also talk to these guys: http://www.metropole.com.au/ I'd be very carefull if they are trying to sell off the plan especially for apartments. Investing in areas that have a proven track record of high demand and scarcity of good property is the way to go. Areas with alot of development goi...
You could also talk to these guys: http://www.metropole.com.au/ I'd be very carefull if they are trying to sell off the ...
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Mozzie
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30 January 2012
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Jan 30, 2012 11:09 pm
Just pulled all the gutter guards off my Mums house to clean up the accumulation of silt , moss & grass that was growing in there. Job took ten times longer than if the guards weren't there in the first place. It saved someone having to routinely clean them out but after five years you have to s...
Just pulled all the gutter guards off my Mums house to clean up the accumulation of silt , moss grass that was growing i...
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Mozzie
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19 January 2012
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Jan 19, 2012 9:48 pm
Hi all, I moved into a new place about 5 months ago and aside from other issues I've found that there are some pretty major problems with the storm water drainage. The main one is that when it rains hard water flows down the backyard (I'm on the side of a hill in the Dandenong Ranges) and soaks into...
Hi all, I moved into a new place about 5 months ago and aside from other issues I've found that there are some pretty ma...
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Mozzie
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16 January 2012
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Jan 16, 2012 5:43 pm
Just as well you are not in Victoria. We pay the highest stamp duty in the country. I recently bought and sold and was out of pocket 50k including the ridiculous stamp duty cost of 34k. It forces people to stay put in less than ideal situations because the cost to move on is so prohibitive. Every ti...
Just as well you are not in Victoria. We pay the highest stamp duty in the country. I recently bought and sold and was o...
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Mozzie
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7 January 2012
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Jan 07, 2012 10:56 pm
Well not that anyone would be interested but I found it to be pretty good. About the only short fall is that fibrous plants like palm leaves get caught up in the shafts and don't shred. Best to wait until they have dried out or just put them in the garden waste bin. Everything else is no problem. Th...
Well not that anyone would be interested but I found it to be pretty good. About the only short fall is that fibrous pla...
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Mozzie
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6 January 2012
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Jan 06, 2012 3:23 pm
Thanks for that. They looks pretty good but a little out of my price range. Not sure where to buy them locally either. I ended up buying a Rover 5HP from a local mower shop I usually go to. Main reason was they are common and a model that has sold for years so plenty of parts available. The Masport ...
Thanks for that. They looks pretty good but a little out of my price range. Not sure where to buy them locally either. I...
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Mozzie
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5 January 2012
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Jan 05, 2012 3:43 pm
Hi all, I'm after a petrol powered woodchipper / shredder. After moving onto an acre block I've managed to accumulate about 6 cubic metres of tree cuttings in only 5 months. I can't really burn them and taking them to the tip is alot of messing around even with a 6X4 trailer. So the best option I fi...
Hi all, I'm after a petrol powered woodchipper / shredder. After moving onto an acre block I've managed to accumulate ab...
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Mozzie
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9 December 2011
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Dec 09, 2011 11:09 pm
Why does the bearer need replacement? I'm just interested to know as if it's termite damage you may have to solve that problem as it may still be ongoing. I had a bearer replaced on my house which was the result of termite damage. I used a reblocker/restumper as to replace it you need to jack up the...
Why does the bearer need replacement? I'm just interested to know as if it's termite damage you may have to solve that p...
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Mozzie
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1 December 2011
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Dec 01, 2011 4:14 pm
I'd say they will be quite prolific this year. Humid - wet/warm conditions brings out the bugs and insects and with it the spiders.
I'd say they will be quite prolific this year. Humid - wet/warm conditions brings out the bugs and insects and with it t...
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Mozzie
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21 November 2011
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Nov 21, 2011 12:58 pm
Hi all, I'm renovating a laundry and need two walls and a ceiling plastered (plasterboard) plus cornices. Can anyone recommend me a plasterer in the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne (Montrose)? Thanks.
Hi all, I'm renovating a laundry and need two walls and a ceiling plastered (plasterboard) plus cornices. Can anyone rec...
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Mozzie
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17 November 2011
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Nov 17, 2011 8:22 pm
One trap you can get into is if you treat it like an investment that you may need to sell later on and build it to suit there is every chance thats just what you'll end up doing because once decisions are made and the house is built it's very hard to make changes. I'ts important to build it for you ...
One trap you can get into is if you treat it like an investment that you may need to sell later on and build it to suit ...
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Mozzie
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14 November 2011
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Nov 14, 2011 5:02 pm
I pretty much agree with meatbag. In my experience people who are likely to speed usually drive even faster before and after the speed hump to make up for their time they lost going over it. Nothing like hearing that loud induction noise of someone flooring it as they pull away from the speed hump. ...
I pretty much agree with meatbag. In my experience people who are likely to speed usually drive even faster before and a...
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Mozzie
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28 October 2011
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Oct 28, 2011 11:19 pm
I'm guessing around 5k for ducted but I'd spend the extra and go hydronic no matter what. My last three houses had ducted systems and one of them was a new PD home with the supposed 5 star energy rating. The problem I always found is that the heating only comes on for a few minutes and as soon as it...
I'm guessing around 5k for ducted but I'd spend the extra and go hydronic no matter what. My last three houses had ducte...
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Mozzie
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20 October 2011
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Oct 20, 2011 5:04 pm
I recently had Termidor applied at my house. It was applied to the outside perimeter of the brick work and the inside perimeter under the house. They use quite alot of it and really soak it into the ground but its only about a 100mm wide barrier. Termidor acts as a growth inhibitor which prevents th...
I recently had Termidor applied at my house. It was applied to the outside perimeter of the brick work and the inside pe...
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Mozzie
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30 September 2011
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Sep 30, 2011 5:33 pm
Here is some spin from vodaphone on wireless base stations http://www.vodafone.com.au/personal/aboutvodafone/healthmobilephonetechnology/faqs/index.htm Generally if something is broadcasting radio waves you are absorbing that RF to some degree. When you hold a mobile phone to your head it is transmi...
Here is some spin from vodaphone on wireless base stations http://www.vodafone.com.au/personal/aboutvodafone/healthmobil...
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