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5 years5 years75etd75etd posted:
Nepean Pools versus Local Pools & Spas

Sorry, this is probably way too late for you....but in case it's not, we had our pool installed by Local Pools and they were absolutely fantastic. They are truly…

6 years6 years75etd75etd posted:
Ducting Bathroom exhausts

When our house was built we didn't think about ducting our bathroom fans externally. They are just ducted to the roofspace.
Is it better to duct them to the eaves? If…

6 years6 years75etd75etd posted:
Patio tiles lifting and hollow underneath-options and rights

Our patio was tiled 20 months ago and we noticed recently that a couple of tiles have started to lift and numerous others are hollow underneath.
The tiling shop reprentative…

6 years6 years75etd75etd posted:
What type of pavers did you use and why?

Posted this in another area, but haven't had any responses.
We are getting a pool put in shortly and are a bit bamboozled by all the choices of pavers out there.…

6 years6 years75etd75etd posted:
Pool Paving Types and fixing methods

We are getting a pool put in shortly and are a bit bamboozled by all the choices of pavers out there.
I am leaning towards Travertine as the coping…

6 years6 years75etd75etd posted:
New Pool instalation and fencing

So, we are hoping to get a pool installed and just trying to add up the endless different costs involved. We have to get a DA for the pool…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Pantry Design Help Needed please

We have a u shaped pantry similar to yours. Ours is 2.25m by 1.2m.
We ended up with open white melamine floor units on the bottom, white laminate on the…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Mowing 1000m2 + of turf

Would you buy a motor mower or a ride on?
If you used a motor mower, how long would you expect it to take? And with a ride on?
Thanks

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Show me your garage

Another one who would love to see some pics. Am looking for some inspiration for ours too.

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Frameless vs Semi-Frameless Shower - Costs?

Hi everyone,
Does anyone know the difference in cost between a Frameless and Semi Frameless Shower Screen?
We have a shower which is 1.8metres long (wall to wall) and our builder has…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Glass Splashback stuff up

Thanks for your responses.
No wonder the electrician isn't calling us. As it's his stuff up he's the one who is bearing the cost of whatever solution we come up…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Glass Splashback stuff up

OOps double post

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Glass Splashback stuff up

Our glass spashback got fitted in the kitchen and I love the colour (was a bit scared it might be too bold for me), bet then we notice there's only…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
does anyone know what is mitring to tiling

One of the benefits to using the strips instead of mitring is that you can get a strip with a rounded edge, which I feel is better when you have…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Strata / Community Title

We previously owned a home which was on community title. As Lori stated the Community title by-laws clearly set out what you can and cannot do.
The community title in…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
CaesarStone White Shimmer 3142

To those who are interested in Nova Aurora, ask your kitchen supplier to check and see if there is still any available. We have recently sourced it for our…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Cost of feature walls? What's reasonable?

Thanks for all your replies.
They have got us thinking we will leave the feature walls for now and live in the house before we go making any mistakes with colour…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Cost of feature walls? What's reasonable?

We will consider painting them ourselves, but am interested in what might be considered a reasonable cost, to determine whether it's worth paying a small premium to get it done…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Cost of feature walls? What's reasonable?

We are considering having a couple of feature walls in the home, and want to have an idea of what costs are considered reasonable for this, before we speak to…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Driveway maintenance

Hi
We are just in the process of getting quotes for our new driveway and am interested how often you reseal your driveway if you have a coloured concrete driveway or…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Underbench Mircrowave?

Kids love them......well my 2yo son does anyway. I contemplated having one, but have decided to put it elsewhere - in my WIP.

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Laying Bamboo Flooring - During build or after?

We are putting strand bamboo flooring through the main living and hall area of our new house (bamboo flooring and underlay are 15mm thick) and have been given the option…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Blinds, flyscreens and Security doors

We are getting our Window company to supply & install our fly screens, and have just decided to get our roller blinds from Accent at Penrith. They do the…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Aerial Installation - When should we do this?

Hi Everyone,
We're going to be at lock-up with our new house in the next couple of weeks ::smile:: and was wondering if this was…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Best bank for a home loan?

I would suggest doing both.
We met with a broker who was pretty much useless, but at that point I had done my research anyway, and they just confirmed the choice…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Things you forget - summary page 32

One we have just discovered whilst shopping for window coverings is to leave enough space at the side of windows or doors for window coverings.
We have a 6 panel…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Pitched Roof to Flat Roof

We previously owned a house which had a pitched roof on part of it and a flat roof on another part of it.
We never had any problems with the flat…

8 years8 years75etd75etd posted:
Niche above bed in master bedroom

Thanks for all the responses.
We've decided to lower the niche start at 1.4m. We've also decided against the mirror in there.

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