StructuralBIMGuyTerrace/Floating Concrete Slab - Help needed
@speck if you want better advice you need to provide better photos & Info... ie. Photos of the support walls/structure beneath, the slab crack, types, sizes & …
arcadeltTile removed and left with a 70mm height for carpet
I'm surprised you can't lift the tiles without lifting the bedding layer. Is the bedding layer so brittle?
Kirralie87An alternative to Gyprock that is just as cheap?
Cool thank you. I will look into that. I'm not super stressed about the price, but figured I would write that so top of the range products weren't suggested. Being that we…
StructuralBIMGuyArchitect Cost What is Reasonable?
@vinothkumar It doesn't matter how much Architecture costs wherever it comes from.. you can give it away for free if you wish? but If the engineering and construction is…
arcadeltExtending a home with 2.4m ceiling: New section 2.7m or 3m?
I think it depends on the size of the rooms. In smaller rooms 2.7 would feel more proportionate, but in larger rooms you could get away with 3.0 or even higher.
albertseanCan anyone please tell me best company for kitchen respray i
Hello friends, please help me to choose the best company for respraying my kitchen cabinet...
StructuralBIMGuyTrying to choose between Hebel Powerwall and Foam Cladding
Straw has great thermal properties as well as Foam..But most remember the Story of the "The Three Little Pigs" who built from Brick, Sticks & Straw
HarpiesBuild a rooftop terrace on top of existing ceiling
Listen to the builders W2160. From my thread on designing you own home: "One very useful (and somewhat amusing) bit of advise came from my nephew's boss. He owns a home…
nickcampbelNEED HELP HOME ADDITION
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HowyagoinTile before or after installing a vanity
Hi Heidi, Either way will work. I'd recommend that the tiles are laid after the vanity is installed and cut to size. This way any gaps to the wall or chips at the bottom…
ideaswomanRendered brick window sills. What did you do?
Got talked into removing the sills and I hate the outcome. The style is Hamptons/Queenslander/Colonial and the modern sills do not look right. If you did the same what did…
world2160Home Extension - Designs approved first or builder first?
Hi everyone, We are looking to add an extra floor to our existing brick veneer house. I know we have to get DA/CDC approved first. - Should we directly approach the…
banuRecommendations - renos on turn of century homes
A Coffee Finish Wallclock would look great on a turn of the century home. I bought one ( ) for $48 when I was having my house renovated. While doing the reno you might…
strongandboldWeatherboad cladding for a orange brick veneer home
Hi guys, I am thinking about cladding my 1960's orange brick veneer home with weatherboard cladding and replacing the steel windows (in bad condition ) with chunky timber…
TendiousQuestion: Things that you can build on your front yard.
So you want to build a deck at the front of your deck? ???????
mick1990extension on top of Garage with a shared wall?
You'll definitely need approval from the council and from your neighbours - had a mate that made an extension on a shared wall and he had some issues getting the wiring…
mick1990Trying to strip wallpaper over woodpaneling
Hi guys, For whatever reason the previous owners used wallpaper over some nice wood pannelled walls in the rumpus. I'm trying to figure out how to get rid of it without a…
Our Build123Removing brick internal walls - Californian bungalow Sydney
It's hard to say a ball park cost without seeing a rough plan or photos, feel free to upload some. https://youtu.be/_DlwtgzXVQw Kind Regards James Mason - Our Build.
farmmum96Sound proofing between granny flat and house
The door is not on that wall (it's a 4.8 metre straight wall with no windows or doors etc), however both the adjoining bedroom and the studio have doors opening onto a…