Feb 07, 2008 10:35 pm
ok did this work?
I have no idea what I am doing
other forums . you just attach image to post, I tried that feature, nothing seems to happen
I just looked at my preview and it worked (its a miracle)
no titles on pics though? hmmm
this took a bit of time to do (uploading)
so we have a slab, garden(site) shed, concrete pool,bricks , power,
and now have termite barriers on slab, frame being delivered on monday, was supposed to be t/row (production issues)
DH, in keen anticipation, has bought 2 nail guns, (compressed air and battery operated)
we are owner builder in Vic,
I am administration/finance manager.
DH is construction/labour/I know , work with (or are related to)someone in every trade (well not EVERY trade)
interestingly we have no idea what our costs will be, we are building and when we run out of money it will be back to the bank.
so far slab went way over budget, and windows way under.
bricks were very cheap (will be rendering)
I am looking forward to help with colours, (anyone with boral concrete bricks flat profile ...blue grey?)
I am also looking forward to help with practicalities as we proceed, fortunately, as we are owner builders, we do not have to negotiate with a registered builder for anything, we can do whatever we like and change whatever we like (until the following happens -"insufficent funds")
Re: newbie, how to post pics?2
Feb 07, 2008 11:31 pm
hey Zonk looks by your pics your building is going quite well .
Zonk i took ages trying to figure out how to post pics. And we have all been in the same boat
Take a look my effort to night i reduced my pics to thumbnail size as in the past when i posted pics they would take up the whole page, and they have ended up in a row ...so back to the drawing board
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