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SaveH2O
SaveH2O
20 May 2017

Pump - Underground Water Tank - Noises ?

Pump - Underground Water Tank - Noises ?

Solenoids are not in my area of expertise, sorry.

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SaveH2O
May 20, 2017 5:45 pm
SaveH2O

I'd like to put a timber screen in the carport to hide the bin area. The screen would be 2.9m long. Should I follow the slope of the driveway with the slats, or should I…

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daft
Oct 13, 2014 8:20 am
SaveH2O
SaveH2O
14 June 2014

Sub-floor drain pipes encased in concrete...

Sub-floor drain pipes encased in concrete...

From memory tank location on the East side will be easy as it/they can go pretty much right under the existing downspout(s) with appropriate…

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SaveH2O
Jun 14, 2014 12:45 pm
SaveH2O
symowallo
symowallo
6 September 2013

silver paper inside my roof

silver paper inside my roof

I agree with the others. Get a pest controller out there, pronto! I had rats in my ceiling, running around at night. 2 winters ago. Got the pest guy out, got some poisons…

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symowallo
Sep 06, 2013 11:01 pm
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ECOECO
Aug 26, 2013 5:42 pm
ECOECO
Retrobyte
Retrobyte
4 June 2013

Can you clear my doubt about home security system?

Can you clear my doubt about home security system?

If it's a back to base monitored system then the system usually auto dials the monitoring company once a week and sends a log as well as any diagnostic reports. With our…

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Retrobyte
Jun 04, 2013 3:43 pm
Saint Mike
Saint Mike
11 March 2013

Built-ins - Doors - Sliding - Utilisation of Bedroom space ?

Built-ins - Doors - Sliding - Utilisation of Bedroom space ?

I'm now thinking of glass mirror doors - within the exisiting frame. They might be a tad smaller but would open to either end and I'd just need to "fill" in the hinge…

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Saint Mike
Mar 11, 2013 7:39 am
Saint Mike
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humble
Dec 17, 2012 3:57 pm
Lex
Lex
27 October 2012

Crack found at cornice and floor tiles

Crack found at cornice and floor tiles

Any pictures? It could be benign, but better to see pics ...

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Lex
Oct 27, 2012 7:33 pm
Lex
Uncle Arfur
Uncle Arfur
15 March 2012

Rotting Oregon timber; repair or replace?

Rotting Oregon timber; repair or replace?

Ditto above. Any bog-up job would only be a short term fix, a waste of time/money, and will need tearing down before much longer

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Uncle Arfur
Mar 15, 2012 12:33 am
AJW
AJW
6 October 2011

Any (reasonable) chance this attic insulation has asbestos?

Any (reasonable) chance this attic insulation has asbestos?

As a matter of interest when was the house built and which state (or if my suspicion is right which country) do you live in?

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AJW
Oct 06, 2011 6:03 am
rojak1
rojak1
23 September 2011

Bathroom Leaking Problem

Bathroom Leaking Problem

I have exactly the same problem, turn out to be shower head tap is loose, when i shower, they get shower too inside the wall.

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rojak1
Sep 23, 2011 5:26 pm
ECOECO
ECOECO
30 May 2011

Water dripping sound in the wall

Water dripping sound in the wall

Hi, All Just want to seek any pre experience from the forum I have recently notice water dripping sound in the wall away from the barthroom…

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ECOECO
May 30, 2011 9:06 am
ECOECO
boyds
boyds
8 January 2011

Stuck tap washer (jumper valve)

Stuck tap washer (jumper valve)

Hi I need to provide an update on this after completing the job. This tap is for the shower and due to the depth of the wall there is a spindle extender. So before I…

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boyds
Jan 08, 2011 2:53 pm
yellowranger
yellowranger
17 November 2010

Just cleaned our house's gutter..

Just cleaned our house's gutter..

LOL... to be honest i think i am the one who threw up those cans maybe im just to stupid not to remember those stuffs.

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yellowranger
Nov 17, 2010 9:12 pm
Uncle Arfur
Uncle Arfur
5 February 2010

Maintaining garage roller doors

Maintaining garage roller doors

(I wonder what happens to the old doors when they are replaced? ) Being mostly aluminium they end up in a scrap metal yard

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Uncle Arfur
Feb 05, 2010 3:58 pm

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