Bathrooms and Laundry
Timer Exhaust Fans
ALTHOUGH THEY'RE NOT TIMBER, THE IXL TASTICS ARE VERY GOOD. AVAILABLE IN 2 AND 4 GLOBE MODELS.
THIS PRODUCT HAS A HEAT LAMPS AND ALSO EXHAUST FAN. VERY GOOD FOR…
Water Proofing an Existing Shower - Help
Well, well another leaky shower.
The most common cause of leaking showers occurs between the floor and wall joints of the shower recess.
· Up to 90% of showers…
Apr 27, 2005 2:49 pm
Marble tile floors & subflooring
Bella that’s the best option, I would even recommend you use the waterproofing over the whole floor not just the joins. yume_87 however it is a must to waterproof the…
Jul 07, 2005 12:02 pm
Tiling to Ceiling
The only way to get a good professional finish will be to remove the cornice & then replace it after tiling. Fiddly job but not beyond the DIY level.
Make sure the row of…
Fan in laundry?
In short - no.
Unless for some strange reason you have a toilet in there and there's no openable window !!
i used to have a hose trickle onto the glass when i was a glazier to prolong the life of the bit and reduce the chances of the glass cracking. i guess it would work the…
Dec 18, 2005 11:56 pm
Frost Bathroom Windows
for a more permanent solution (and artistic if you so desire) you could always have it sandblasted. see my link if you aren't sure what that is
Dec 18, 2005 11:58 pm
Can I paint slate?
If your still thinking of putting slate on the floor in a wet area, dont do it. Its not for water, will turn it white and scummy looking and cant scrub it out. the slate…
Wet Areas: Floor Coverings
Timber floors in a wet area are extremely high maintenance. Id rank them with white carpet in a high traffic area, some looks only belong in magazines! If you really…
Preparing concrete for waterproofing
get the surface as clean as possible vaccumming or even wipe the surface down with wet wragg. then apply bond crete or similar and let it dry as per manufacturers instructions
concrete slab /tile over timber ?
I'm assuming the timber floor is over joists and bearers. The timber floor has little bearing on load capacity providing it is in sound condition- this is the job of the…
AUS vs. European bathroom furnishings
Has anyone had experience with the Roca Dama toilet? It seems to be quite compact and good for a small space. but not sure if it is a good toilet.
Thanks renomart, I've discovered Boffi website some time ago, absolutely love their kitchens as well. If you are aware of anything else similar to Boffi, I'd appreciate…
Its common practise these days to silicion and screw the pan to the floor rather than set it. It removes the need of cutting tiles around the pan - you simply tile and sit…
Your plumbing/sewerage requirements alone will be the major factor in the total cost. Sort that out first.
brand new bathroom
hi josh, sounds fun (i've demolished my plan). .I think low to mid 20s,u'll get a very decent bathroom.Consider Pulling the old out would save i suppose ...remember to…
Oct 22, 2006 1:27 am
Oct 22, 2006 1:30 am
Cement sheet question
It is normal practice to tile over fibre-cement sheeting in wet areas and then use gyprock (preferrably Aquacheck) around the tiled area. The…
Nov 08, 2006 2:44 pm
Nov 14, 2006 8:23 pm
changing old Toilet
You will most likely break the old pan when your trying dislodge it. You can't use a modern 3L/6L dual-flush cistern with the old pan either. I'd say throw them and…
Glass pivot doors
I will get them to quote.
Anybody got an idea how much a frosted / etched pivot door costs.
Bathroom Tile size
Excellent Neil, good size to lay as well, not to heavy.
Glade you found something!
Plumbing is hazardous to your health!!!
Thanks the good wishes folks. Not only can't I work on the bathroom, I can't do much in the workshop either so earning a quid isn't going to be easy. ...and my golf…
Dec 11, 2006 8:50 pm