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6 years6 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Advice required with our outdoor kitchen

It was actually mediation not court. The cabinet maker did not turn up he sent his mum instead. They claimed that they had reimbursed my $500 overpayment on…

6 years6 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Advice required with our outdoor kitchen

Just as an update to this thread. Our outdoor kitchen has not changed at all from the time that picture was taken. We will be attending court tomorrow…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
My lawn is looking very sick

Thanks Fu, I'm having the irrigation installed by "irrigation professionals" so I guess it will be done properly.
why wont I be able to use chemical fertilisers and pesticides…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
My lawn is looking very sick

My lawn has recovered a lot since the pic was taken, so it was quite likely the extreme 40+ degree heat which caused it a bit of stress. Tomorrow…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
My lawn is looking very sick

I'm not all that happy with the Sir Walter so I'm now looking at watering it with round up and will be replacing it with a softer lawn. So…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Advice required with our outdoor kitchen

My joiner has totally dug his heels in completely and refuses to put a vertical panel to support the stone. So I have now formalised my complaint to consumer…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
My lawn is looking very sick

I water with a sprinkler, and give it a really good soak. I usually do it after work so around 6-7 pm. No herbicides have been used and there…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Advice required with our outdoor kitchen

the doors are compact laminate and the carcass seems to be just normal board - it does have a bluish tinge to it - could that mean it's marine…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Advice required with our outdoor kitchen

There are filler panels either side of the cabinetry that can be ripped down and the two ends of cabinetry moved aside to increase fridge space.
The joiners quote included splash…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Advice required with our outdoor kitchen

thanks for that. I intend to lodge a complaint to our local consumer affairs come monday ( our kitchen cabinetry has some areas that need to be addressed which…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Advice required with our outdoor kitchen

We started having our outdoor kitchen made early October 2012. The cabinets were installed and the sink delivered. The BBQ and wok burner have been stored in the garage…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
My lawn is looking very sick

We had our Sir Walter Buffalo laid mid October 2012. The site was prepared with a rotary hoe and loam and organic material and gypsum was added. The…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Concrete Cracking Overtime - help!

Just to go off-topic a wee bit.....
But common sense tells me to NEVER work under any car being held up just by a jack. And yes I do know…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Solar - what Kw capacity do I need for 15kwh/day

Oh I see your oversight would explain it.
But I wonder why they installed 2 inverters?
thats the package that they offered at the time - dont know if there was…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Solar - what Kw capacity do I need for 15kwh/day

Dont get confused, mine was averaged out over a year with a little morning shading from a neighbors gumtree. I suggest your system is not working (or connected) as it…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Microwave location

Just resurrecting an old thread.
Our microwave is above the oven ( 1400 above floor level). The microwave has a pull down door and both myself and my partner find…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Data Hardware - Physical locations ?

This is my set up thus far. The cabinet is a 4RU unit. I'll probably get a bigger one to house everything at a later stage.

Data Hardware - Physical locations ?
7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Data Hardware - Physical locations ?

just checked my data cabinet - it's actually a 4 RU. Though it fits everything, I'll quite likely upgrade it a little later for a 6RU just so…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Data Hardware - Physical locations ?

I have a snapAV Binary 4x4 HDMI matrix and it's the same height as a patch panel, so I guess it's 1RU.
All I know about bigger ones is that they…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Data Hardware - Physical locations ?

I have 48 ( 2 rows of 24) on my patch panel.
As for the weight of my rack - don't know. It was bought from…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Data Hardware - Physical locations ?

what are you going to put in it.
I have a 6RU - big enough to house my gigabit switch, 2 patch panels and a video matrix - cant think…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Solar - what Kw capacity do I need for 15kwh/day

wow, that's damn good.
I have 18 x 230W monocrystalline panels ( 4.14Kw),north facing, feeding 2 x 2kw inverters. Panels are north facing. My daily average thus far…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Sanding deck with Stainless steel decking screws

thanks Fletch
I think I'll get the Ultradeck

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Data Hardware - Physical locations ?

interesting, my incoming line is on the northern end of my house and the mains box on the southern end.
As for data hub and gear, I have it all in…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Sanding deck with Stainless steel decking screws

just piggybacking onto this thread.
I'll be coating my deck this weekend. The deck was constructed about 5 months ago and the timbers have weathered and gone grey.
I'll be using…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
Please recommend a smart looking video door inercom

For those that have aiphone intercoms could someone tell me the how much the intercom sticks out from the wall. My installer says the aiphone is much the same…

Please recommend a smart looking video door inercom
7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
How many people have external ethernet points?

the same thing that happens if your power points, TV aerial point, telephone etc are not in the right location

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
How many people have external ethernet points?

garage: 2 for 2 solar inverters, 1 for TV, 1 for internet ( if ever needed in the garage) and two spare for a rainy day or a new…

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
How many people have external ethernet points?

future proofing
ethernet is not just for internet

7 years7 yearsamgsl55amgsl55 posted:
How many people have external ethernet points?

I have 4 outdoor ethernet points ( not including the 6 in the garage)

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