Building A New House
Re: KDR Sekisui House - St George1622
Oct 16, 2018 10:18 pm
It almost three months after we moved in. Hubby has successfully joined all cat6 wires from hub to rooms. Ofcourse it was not a smooth run, electricians have labelled all cat6 wires to wrong rooms from hub.
Not many things are completed... still too many things to do around the house.
We are trying to complete shed at the back of outdoor living area. So far we have just completed paving only last Saturday for the shed to go on top. This Afternoon hubby was busy assembling shed roof. As soon as shed is set up we can clear junks out of garage, alfresco and outdoor living to free up space.
So far we only have one light fitting for ground floor lounge room. No curtain for lounge room or kitchen and alfresco.... lol still in the making. Only the backyard neighbour can view into our ground floor lounge room and they are 18 meters distance so I don't really need curtain, right now I have very clear view to my back garden.
Items to do before xmas.
Orchid green shade .. this will be located on top of garden bed at the back near the fence. So all plants in the garden beds needs to be relocate.
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Re: KDR Sekisui House - St George1623
Jan 17, 2019 1:30 pm
That is one pretty plant you got there. Unfortunately for you, the flowers didn't last long. I would like to recommend this African Violet or Clivia if ever you are looking for an indoor flower plant. Hope I could help you. Cheers.
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