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Re: Building in Ryde area, Sydney NSW - First floor framing in61
Nov 25, 2009 5:03 pm
And now some of the old house's many features:
Big ol' hills hoist:
Rear aspect (Park directly behind house)
Re: Building in Ryde area, Sydney NSW - First floor framing in69
Nov 25, 2009 9:03 pm
In sincerely hope you kept the pretty pink fluffy toilet seat cover for use in your new home! Awesome demolition job (and photos)!
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Contract signed 14Sept
Bricks laid 1Dec
Lock up 26Feb
Re: Building in Ryde area, Sydney NSW - First floor framing in73
Nov 25, 2009 9:27 pm
This is a house with finished with our brick and mortor colour. Our roof tiles are a similar colour, but ours are flat.
Re: Building in Ryde area, Sydney NSW - First floor framing in76
Nov 25, 2009 9:37 pm
This room is our below ground level storage room. It's not liveable space and can only be accessed outdoors. This was a council requirement as they do not allow 3 storey homes in our area.
This whole area will have bondeck on top (metal sheet) that serves as formwork for the ground floor slab. Some will be suspended and some will be on ground towards the front of the house. What am I saying, the slab is done so it is already suspended:)
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