Replace wooden load bearing post with a galvanic post?
Hey guys. I have an ugly wooden post in the corner of my alfresco that is holding up a whole room on the second floor. I wanted to cover it with brick so it matches the…
Cracks in Cement between bricks. Reason for Concern?
Looks ok,just hairline cracking,keep.a eye on it just in case.
Traveling during lockdown VIC - moving in preparation
We're 50kms away so does not actually help🙄 We're not gathering to other homes so I might need to ring police or home building industry a ring tomorrow and hope I…
Builder issue - stairs and skirting - help please
And that image alexp79 looks like a 3D computer image to me. Always easy to make it look good on screen, not always easy or practical in the real world. Stewie
Builder won't allow private inspector before handover
I would engage the inspector now and ask them to sort this out. I would have a personal policy that I will not attend unless my representative is afforded free access.
Progressive build of retaining wall (photos journey)
Thought of sharing some photos of retaining walls as this is not a common build of first course . Welcome any comments and…
What product to use in fixing cracks in corner mortar
Thank you Stewie for explanation and input. Yeah, reckon it is some slight movement ...expected of a build from mid 90s. All fixed now with help of mortar mix.
Ownership of stormwater drain in nature strip
Yes, the 90mm storm water house drain. What if this pipe was damaged by trees in the nature strip that the council had planted many years ago? I'll probably just ring the…
Construction cost - apartment building for investment
Rough calculation: multiply total square meters area of your building (everything covered with roof) by $3000 (+GST).
What screw type should I use to attach acrylic to wood?
It's just an example, the actual dimensions of the timber is 350 x 170 x 5 mm. Thanks for the help, I couldn't figure out how to determine the screw sizes.
Sewer line clips the corner of the house - risks?
If the build over was properly dealt with at the time the risk of future pipe breakage is very small. Also the risk that the sewer may have to be dug up is low. With…
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