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16 d16 dDabroaDabroa posted:
Engineered Stone Benchtop Sagging

Hi,
I have engineered stone over my breakfast bar and it is sagging.
Does anyone know if this can be rectified or if it needs to be replaced? It has a metal…

3 months3 monthsDabroaDabroa posted:
Ceiling Cracking

I’ll try and get one tomorrow but it’s at my mums place. The ceiling is gyprock and they’ve used the ceiling tape at the joins. The ceiling was painted originally…

3 months3 monthsDabroaDabroa posted:
Ceiling Cracking

I’ve got a house which is about 15 years old and has some ceiling cracking.
What is the best way to repair this or does anyone have a good quality…

Ceiling Cracking
3 months3 monthsDabroaDabroa posted:
Brickwork Efflorescence

Hi,
I have some minor brickwork efflorescence on some garden beds around the house. The garden beds have been internally coated with 2-3 coats of Ormonoid Bitkote No.3.
What is the best…

3 months3 monthsDabroaDabroa posted:
Soft soil around soakwell in backyard

Hi,
I experienced a small sink hole in my backyard which is at the side of my soakwell. The builder came out to look at it and the plumbers checked to…

6 months6 monthsDabroaDabroa posted:
Partially Covered Weep holes

Ok so if there is no issue with it, why do a lot of people say "don't partially cover weep holes as it will attract termites"?
Doing some research it seems…

6 months6 monthsDabroaDabroa posted:
Partially Covered Weep holes

Not really concerned about the brick, it's the timber flooring, cabinetry, skirting etc that could succumb to termites

6 months6 monthsDabroaDabroa posted:
Partially Covered Weep holes

Hi all,
When our house was built the paving out the back partially covers the weep holes. Weep holes are about 2 courses high and paving comes up 1 course. So…

7 months7 monthsDabroaDabroa posted:
Brick Planter Drainage

Thanks mate. I've done an extra layer of waterproofing to be safe so should be all good.

7 months7 monthsDabroaDabroa posted:
Brick Planter Drainage

Yep located in WA.
Site classification according to the site report is Class A relevant to Australian Standard 2870. It's described as "Most sand and rock sites with little or no…

7 months7 monthsDabroaDabroa posted:
Brick Planter Drainage

Hi, I've built two brick planters in my front yard. One next to me letterbox, and one in front of the house. Both are waterproofed with 3 layers of bitumen…

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