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Sydney NSW
Joined 23 October 2011
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10 months10 monthsdammitdammit posted:
Advice for floor plan - inner city family home

thanks so much again for the visualisation. Wow! I am amazed at the feedback and stuff I have received here and extremely thankful!!
I think my preference is definitely the…

10 months10 monthsdammitdammit posted:
Advice for floor plan - inner city family home

I wish - in debt up to our eye-balls, definitely not enough funds available to do this. I know re it being a waste if renovated and then go down…

10 months10 monthsdammitdammit posted:
Advice for floor plan - inner city family home

@bestspecials: "I like the idea of adding a 4th bedroom and putting cavity sliders on to either make an extra bedroom or tv room for the kids." - Wow, thanks…

10 months10 monthsdammitdammit posted:
Advice for floor plan - inner city family home

not an option unfortunately, will cost too much. It seems to work (squeezing in 4 bedrooms) - unless I'm missing something? The bedrooms seem to be average size and not…

10 months10 monthsdammitdammit posted:
Advice for floor plan - inner city family home

I am after feedback/ideas for how best to adjust this floorplan to suit. We have a large family (2 boys, 2 girls), boys 6 & 8, girls 4 & 5.…

3 years3 yearsdammitdammit posted:
Unsafe concrete arch problem (Hallway)

Update...the photos were sent to two builders who apparently said "don't worry - its not going to fall down"...which if you ask me, I don't know how they can make…

3 years3 yearsdammitdammit posted:
Unsafe concrete arch problem (Hallway)

Seems quite bad then? If it collapsed I imagine it would be extremely heavy and do some significant damage. Hopefully they agree to send a professional over to look at…

3 years3 yearsdammitdammit posted:
Unsafe concrete arch problem (Hallway)

Yep. It's waiting on the owner. But I won't be surprised if the response is no they have never had an engineers report on it before and that they don't…

3 years3 yearsdammitdammit posted:
Unsafe concrete arch problem (Hallway)

Thanks for the reply. So sounds like you think there is a risk the whole thing could fall down at any time? It must be rendered brick arch then. There…

3 years3 yearsdammitdammit posted:
Unsafe concrete arch problem (Hallway)

Hi everyone
I rent a 100 year old terrace house. In the hallway there is a large arch with some big cracks through it. It's been like that (seems unchanged) for…

4 years4 yearsdammitdammit posted:
DIY Kelvinator In-Window Air Con Install Help

I'm thinking I'll bolt 2 x large L brackets to the vertical part of the green sill, it's about 100mm Flat surface from top to bottom, so hopefully long enough.…

4 years4 yearsdammitdammit posted:
DIY Kelvinator In-Window Air Con Install Help

Kelvinator said that the "more than 160mm" is not a misprint but can't give me any reason for it...and said it must be followed. Bit odd as I have never…

4 years4 yearsdammitdammit posted:
DIY Kelvinator In-Window Air Con Install Help

thanks Bels. Yes I think 160mm is quite a lot too? I've always seen window air cons mostly flush with the internal wall and not so far inside.
For the…

4 years4 yearsdammitdammit posted:
DIY Kelvinator In-Window Air Con Install Help

I need some help in rigging up a DIY air con install...
I purchased a Kelvinator KWH26CRE (http://www.kelvinator.com.au/Product?model=KWH26HRE) in-window / wall air con and need to DIY…

8 years8 yearsdammitdammit posted:
Possible Building Movement - dropping eave, drainage problem

thanks for the info. how deep/wide should a trench be in the vacant block?
yes the eave is out horizontally now. no signs of movement or step cracking in mortar.…

8 years8 yearsdammitdammit posted:
Side of house drainage issues

Thanks for the info. I think the ag pipe solution too..does everyone think this is the best idea?
how do I work out how big ag pipe is needed?…

8 years8 yearsdammitdammit posted:
Side of house drainage issues

We have a bit of a problem on our 1 yr old home that when we get heavy rain, the side of the house is getting a lot of water…

8 years8 yearsdammitdammit posted:
Possible Building Movement - dropping eave, drainage problem

Our home was completed being built just over 1 year ago, we have lived here for 6 months.
We bought the property as a 'brand new/completed new build home', the builder…

8 years8 yearsdammitdammit posted:
Spare Tiles for house?

Just had a thought, we have approx 120m2 of tiles in our new home, and did not get any spare tiles left here by the builder.
The tiles are 500x500 gloss…

8 years8 yearsdammitdammit posted:
Ensuite Odour and Plumbing Siphons

Is it normal for a house to need two vent pipes?
Is this something that could be retro fitted now easily or a major operation like needing to go inside…

8 years8 yearsdammitdammit posted:
Ensuite Odour and Plumbing Siphons

I am having a lot of trouble with plumbing in our newly built home (well it is just about 1 year old now).
In the ensuite there is an overpowering odour,…

Ensuite Odour and Plumbing Siphons

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