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2 months2 monthsairwolfairwolf posted:
Thomas Archer Bayside Build

The slow speed at the fixing , completion stages is pretty normal with most builders ( both volume and small scale ).
Once the painting is done, the work is done…

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2 months2 monthsairwolfairwolf posted:
West facing house, what’s the best way to reduce heat.

I agree with this.
I am also in the process of designing our house these days and our block faces west.
What I have discussed with my builder is to use low-e…

3 months3 monthsairwolfairwolf posted:
Heating and Cooling - High efficiency w/ Allergies

Hello Simon,
I am not sure if this is a late reply. Given your requirements, I would think a hydronic radiator panel system would be a good solution if you are…

11 months11 monthsairwolfairwolf posted:
Semore homes

Visited two sites last weekend. one in progress and one moved in. Both of the owners are very happy with the service and end products. Specially with their flexibility to…

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11 months11 monthsairwolfairwolf posted:
Semore homes

yeah, I went to see a project in progress in bentleigh. Site looked pretty good.
Planning to go through a couple of ongoing and past projects prior to do a…

11 months11 monthsairwolfairwolf posted:
Thomas Archer, GJ Gardner (Inner East)

oh I forgot to mention that there's this new player in the market called Semore homes, I only found about them last week. I am still researching on them. looks…

11 months11 monthsairwolfairwolf posted:
Thomas Archer, GJ Gardner (Inner East)

Hi Wewu,
Some of the costs may be related to your particular block ( due to fall of land, storm water connection, electrical etc) so please keep that in mind when…

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11 months11 monthsairwolfairwolf posted:
Semore homes

Hi there,
have any one heard about Semore homes. It's a new custom builder in south east melbourne.
I looked into their FB page and the site. looks pretty good.
Any…

11 months11 monthsairwolfairwolf posted:
Thomas Archer, GJ Gardner (Inner East)

Hi guys,
Just thought to write this if it would be helpful for your journey.
I have been through the same exercise during the last 12 - 16 months. Talking to…

8 years8 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
A couple home theatre questions

Hi Donuts9999,
This is an interesting question. I have been in the same situation few monthds back and was able to gain lot of experience\knowledge regarding designing a HT system and…

8 years8 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Speaker Cable - beware Not all are the same :)

Hi Guys,
Just thought to share some recent experience with speaker cables I had which I thought may be useful for those who are keen in setting up a high quality…

8 years8 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Flooring for the home theatre room ?

Hello,
I'm thinking of having 'Carpet' for the floor covering in my home theatre room since it can help with acoustical properties of the room.
So when selecting a carpet do I…

8 years8 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Home Theatre Projectors Epson or Mitsubishi ?

cinder and Matt , thanks so much for the advices.
I will find a place that has several models on display. Really appreciate your suggestions.
thanks !

8 years8 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Home Theatre Projectors Epson or Mitsubishi ?

Hi Guys,
Can any one give me a reasonable idea of whether to go for a Epson ESTW6000 or ESTW9000 projector or Mitsubishi HC7800 projector ?
The price point of the ESTW6000…

8 years8 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Help: Drilling the Top plate for pre-wiring

Hi All,
thanks alot for the quick responses.
Paulw11, your idea is quite nice. But I'm afraid my builder will be ok to do this since now I have already signed…

8 years8 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Help: Drilling the Top plate for pre-wiring

Hi ,
I need some help with drilling the top plate (where studs are connected at the cieling level) for pre-wiring. I plan to pre-wire my new house which is being…

9 years9 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Home Theatre Suggestion!!!!! Help!

Hi hillboy168,
Yeah. I suggest that you go for Paradigm CT-110 system ( 5.1 system with the paradigm cinema subwoofer) . It's a great value for money and very good performer…

9 years9 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Home Theatre Suggestion!!!!! Help!

Yeah, i too agree. There are better value for money products in the market than Klipch. Btw how much is your budget for the speakers ?

9 years9 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Home theatre Pre-wiring

Yeah I understand. I'll discuss this with my builder so I can get extra noggins around the area.
Pugs, when terminating the in wall side of the speaker wire , what…

9 years9 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Home theatre Pre-wiring

thanks pugs. this is marvellous. (the fact what this tiny device can do :) ).
So I'm almost clear with the doubts about pre-wiring, speaker cable (just…

9 years9 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Home theatre Pre-wiring

Hi Pugs,
thanks for shedding a light on this. Yeah I understand what you say. Actually it was some 15 metres of cable that I get 5 AUD / meter (with…

9 years9 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Home theatre Pre-wiring

Hi Pug, please excuse me and explain why placing the wifi router (or the above wifi device you have suggested) in the laundry area is a bad idea ?, what…

9 years9 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Home theatre Pre-wiring

Thanks Pugs.
So If I decide to have it in the Garage (basically I wont use it for any other purposes that will produce dust or fine metal parts ) I…

9 years9 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Home theatre Pre-wiring

hmm.. now I understand. the key is to take photos and take measurements from the side walls and the floor level so it's easy for the cabler to get…

9 years9 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Home theatre Pre-wiring

Hi Pugs,
Thanks alot for the advice. I'm quite new to this topic, so after the plaster wall goes on, how can we take the wire out (say that we take…

9 years9 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Home theatre Pre-wiring

Hi,
I have planned to run in wall speaker wire for my new home theatre. I will be doing this at the framestage as a prewiring so it's easy and cheap…

9 years9 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Speaker Cables - Please Help

Hi AussiMark,
thanks alot for the valuable info. yeah I had some of them in my mind already. I though to consider the 'conduits' in case the builder rejects working on…

9 years9 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Speaker Cables - Please Help

Thanks alot paul. !! I'll keep these things in mind. Have a couple of other questions.
1) I have seen some mounting brackets fitted to the studs, but was wondering how…

9 years9 yearsairwolfairwolf posted:
Speaker Cables - Please Help

Wow nice !!! That means I Can do this my self and better spend the money on a more useful purpose. Thanks a lot for this guideline. I'm having the…

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