Apr 10, 2019 10:28 pm
New Build- Exterior Colours 😫🤯
Hi All, we are building a modern/ Hampton style house, cladding-render look!!! I think we have decided on Dulux Silkwort for the walls and Lexicon for the fascia doors,…
Apr 09, 2019 4:05 pm
Porter Davis Cat 1
PS:- I am building in the lifestyle range which comes with alot of inclusions
bureaucracy gone mad.
Yes, I heard about this on 3AW talk back radio. Unfortunately, legislation deems it necessary.
Melbourne home - slab heave - advice
Yes that's right and I would include tree removal as well.Underpinning is the last resort but only if it is settlement.Once you have one set of floor levels then you can…
Already tried it. No good. Even made sure that the connection at the wall plates was done properly.
Apr 06, 2019 11:30 pm
Apr 06, 2019 6:54 pm
Repairs to vitrabond
Recently did some touch up repairs to vitrabond panel but now can see some over spray in sunlight. Any recommendations of what product to use to remove this?
You need to use a proper thread title when you start a thread seeking advice. It also helps others later when they are doing a forum key word search.
I will answer your…
review bans not good for consumer
Because the OP's linked article is two years old and Wisdom Homes were subsequently found by the ACCC to be using an unfair contract clause which no longer apllies in…
Why don’t builders build on stumps?
Was looking, only last week, at a lovely little bed 'n breakfast build coming up in my SA town. Floor frame is supported on a grid of square metal tube stumps. It's,…
I have lived in my Jandson home for just over 1.5 years and commenced landscaping the front area by planting some hedges. Whilst…
That is what I have understood.
Re the Termicide reticulation pipe, I am not sure whether the regulations apply to the required separation distance between it and the…
Knockdown and rebuild
I am looking to buy a property which is really rundown. Planning to rebuild on the land block but what I just found is on nature stipe front of the house right in…
Gap at the architrave joins
Painters probably used a putty instead of a plaster on the joins, chippy may not have glued the mitres either, houses also move 30mm over there life time
Hi all. I’m just wondering if anyone on here could tell me what type of hinges I could use on this? It’s a pool storage lid...already built just needs hinging.…
Ceiling height concern
Even if it was a mistake (which it isn’t) no one would be able to tell anyway. Stop worrying about trivial matters and put your energy towards making sure it’s being…
That's pretty cool, hoping to get more updates from WW and move forward with the build.
Slab cost related to soil test result
Well, for S class slab you generally require to only have beams and load bearing walls while for H2 sites you might need piles + thicker semi-suspended slab + additional…
That's a perfect height, ours is a little higher and I don't like it
Thanks. Got it on sec 8.6:
Bricks - replacing individual bricks
Masonry blending of bricks needs to be uniform according to the guide of standards and tolerances otherwise its defective. I have come across this before, In your case you…
I’m installing 12m of colourblind spouting on a pergola with internal clips, can I put one piece up at a time and slide together while it’s up?
Extra costs for driveway site cut
You'll need a complete analysisof the data on the siteworks, Contour, Geotech report, details and cost breakdowns, before and after you signed the building contract
Hi guys, has any one had delays with titles. Stage 29 was due to title in Feb and now it says April 2019. Wondering if anyone experienced any sort of delays and how many months?
Brick finishing issue
Looking at your picture you have the deadly combination of the following...
1, Brickwork laid in a dirty state
2, A colour veneer brick…
What is wrong with these bricks?
As Kateyxoxo says the problem is Manganese leaching from the brickwork.
Manganese is the material added to clay to get brown bricks and once the bricks are fired it is…
Hi. I know I have done things the wrong way and planned my whole kitchen renovation around a gas strut servery window without having sourced one first and all my kitchen…
Cracks on Bricks
I've got 20 years experience in the brick industry, from being a brick cleaner, brick layer to becoming the Technical Account manager for a major brick manufacturer. I've…
Double carport on small lot queenslander
Hey Forevertherenovator, Speak with Peta from Brisbane Town Planning. She is absolutely awesome and will be the best Town Planer to guide you through. She has an enormous…
Hi mate. You should've done due diligence before commencing a project with that builder. For you to get out of the contract, you should provide some grounds. For example:…
Mar 26, 2019 8:02 pm