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anthonycmh

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Joined 26 February 2012
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1 year1 yearanthonycmhanthonycmh posted:
Frameless shower screen design - will it leak?

This is probably a bit late, but you could get a plastic channel type thing, that helps to seal frameless shower doors and stop leaks.
Just did a google search and…

1 year1 yearanthonycmhanthonycmh posted:
Raising house due to flood level

Thanks guys for the replies.
SejaeD,
In terms of the slope - yes I had thought of that. While the FFL will need to be 1.75m above street level, I was thinking…

1 year1 yearanthonycmhanthonycmh posted:
Raising house due to flood level

Hmm... those are very sobering words. Thanks for the reply SejaeD.
In what sort of scenario would the council require me to build above the probable maximum flood level?
I have had…

1 year1 yearanthonycmhanthonycmh posted:
Raising house due to flood level

Hi,

Iā€™m hoping to seek some advice/opinions/information.

We are looking to build a house in an established suburb in Sydney, and are in the process of purchasing a block of…

1 year1 yearanthonycmhanthonycmh posted:
Custom House Build - Concord NSW

Looks good so far from your photos. Will be following your build.

4 years4 yearsanthonycmhanthonycmh posted:
Timber front door - varnish?

Thanks vomiec. I'll have a look into those products.
With the Sikkens Cetol Filter 7 Plus, I don't quite understand how the website says it's a "transparent satin top coat", and…

4 years4 yearsanthonycmhanthonycmh posted:
Timber front door - varnish?

Hi,
I'm hoping to get some advice on what I should do to restore the brand-new look on my timber front door.
The door is just over 2 years old, and was…

6 years6 yearsanthonycmhanthonycmh posted:
Help with ideas for bathroom feature wall tiles

Hi everyone,
Just hoping to seek some advice or opinions in choosing wall tiles for our ensuite.
It's only a small ensuite (roughly 2m x2m), and it's actually a brand new house.…

7 years7 yearsanthonycmhanthonycmh posted:
Building a house on a shallow lot

Hi all, just to finish off this thread - we didn't end up buying that plot of land. There were some issues with the vendor which held things up.
We…

7 years7 yearsanthonycmhanthonycmh posted:
Building a house on a shallow lot

OK, I finally found a project design that looks like it would come very close to being suitable.
The Glenlea 27 by Clarendon. I spoke to someone briefly on the phone,…

7 years7 yearsanthonycmhanthonycmh posted:
Building a house on a shallow lot

Thanks Jo for the floor plan, and everyone else for the ideas. Much appreciated.
At this stage though, I'm still hoping to be able to get a project builder rather…

7 years7 yearsanthonycmhanthonycmh posted:
Building a house on a shallow lot

Oh the front of the house would face south.

7 years7 yearsanthonycmhanthonycmh posted:
Building a house on a shallow lot

Hi Jo, we don't really have many requirements. But we do want a double storey house, with a minimum of 3 bedrooms. Hopefully 4 bedrooms though. We'd also want a…

7 years7 yearsanthonycmhanthonycmh posted:
Building a house on a shallow lot

Hi all,
We were hoping to get some opinions/advice, about building a house on a piece of land of limited size. Due to council regulations regarding setbacks etc, it looks like…

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