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chris1972
6 December 2008
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Dec 06, 2008 7:34 pm
DFH looks better also in terms of flexibility. h3nley will not alter anything in structural design but dfh will do ofcourse at some cost. darsh Poppycock. Our Carinya has had many structural chanes that made a good house great, I suggest you get a floor plan upgrade list of Henley. Regards Chris
Poppycock. Our Carinya has had many structural chanes that made a good house great, I suggest you get a floor plan upgr...
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chris1972
7 November 2008
11
Nov 07, 2008 9:59 pm
Hi Ed, If you're rebuilding a home from scratch, don't spend more on the structure than the value of the land. I spent $80,000 for a 780m2 block in the outer west of Melbourne. Show me a house that I could build for $80,000. Crazy talk! Regards Chris
I spent $80,000 for a 780m2 block in the outer west of Melbourne. Show me a house that I could build for $80,000. Crazy...
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chris1972
9 October 2008
3
Oct 09, 2008 2:27 pm
Another option to Silkwood is http://www.bigrivertimbers.com.au/dynamic/products.asp?id=1&sub_id= I like the fact that the "ply" under the top veneer is made from blackbutt and you have the option of prefinished or raw ..... any way, anyone looking at a floating floor should consider this product
Another option to Silkwood is http://www.bigrivertimbers.com.au/dynam ... =1sub_id= I like the fact that the "ply" under...
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chris1972
8 October 2008
27
Oct 08, 2008 9:46 pm
IMHO there is never any need for quading, I think it make the flooring look like an after thought. Talk to your CSR, talk to your supervisor, just make it quite clear you don't want the skirts on. If Henley will come to the party, then anyone will. I'm not sure what you mean by how much room the bui...
IMHO there is never any need for quading, I think it make the flooring look like an after thought. Talk to your CSR, tal...
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chris1972
7 October 2008
22
Oct 07, 2008 10:19 pm
http://img411.imageshack.us/img411/9830/img1197sp9.jpg http://img411.imageshack.us/img411/img1197sp9.jpg/1/w800.png http://img393.imageshack.us/img393/255/img1200ne3.jpg Photos (and my dodge camera do not do this floor justice sorry :oops: :oops:
Link Link Link Photos (and my dodge camera do not do this floor justice sorry
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chris1972
7 October 2008
20
Oct 07, 2008 9:46 pm
I paid $14000 for 100m2 which to me is a bomb :lol:
I paid $14000 for 100m2 which to me is a bomb
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chris1972
7 October 2008
16
Oct 07, 2008 9:24 pm
any pics Chris?? lol loading as we speak, give me a sec. few too many Peroni's tonight
lol loading as we speak, give me a sec. few too many Peroni's tonight
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chris1972
7 October 2008
14
Oct 07, 2008 9:20 pm
The timber was supplied and laid by MYM in Keilor . It is feature grade 130 x 19mm and is finished with a Treatex oil, as previously posted, looks awesome. I filled all the features with a clear resin which I believe finished it off just perfect. My floor did cost a bomb, but it looks the bomb. Rega...
The timber was supplied and laid by MYM in Keilor . It is feature grade 130 x 19mm and is finished with a Treatex oil, a...
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chris1972
7 October 2008
11
Oct 07, 2008 8:31 pm
Hi I have just finished building with Henley and insisted that they leave the skirting boards off, which they did, as I was/did lay 19mm spotted gum over 12mm ply (looks awesome by the way). In the kitchen as I did not want ugly quading (sp.?) I extended all to plumbing and had the installers lift t...
Hi I have just finished building with Henley and insisted that they leave the skirting boards off, which they did, as I ...
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chris1972
9 August 2008
3
Aug 09, 2008 5:57 pm
http://www.portphillip.com.au/index.html
http://www.portphillip.com.au/index.html
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chris1972
29 July 2008
6
Jul 29, 2008 10:02 pm
http://www.worldoftimber.com.au/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=16&Itemid=34 Umm, not true apparently
http://www.worldoftimber.com.au/index.p ... Itemid=34 Umm, not true apparently
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chris1972
4 June 2008
1
Jun 04, 2008 2:34 pm
Hello Long time lurker, first time poster. My wife and I are in the final stages of building our house and are still trying to decide which way to go with timber floors. My heart (and head) say solid timber on a 12mm ply however I "found" Big river timbers Armourfloor. Has anyone had any experience ...
Hello Long time lurker, first time poster. My wife and I are in the final stages of building our house and are still try...
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