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Joined 16 December 2010
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4 years4 yearsdeadlawndeadlawn posted:
Laying new lawn on building site

Hi all,
I've read through the sticky on fu's new lawn advice and plan to follow it. However I have a couple of queries....
We live in Perth, northern suburbs. As…

5 years5 yearsdeadlawndeadlawn posted:
Sealers for jarrah flooring

Hi. We have old jarrah floors and just recently had them re sanded and polished. We used a water based polish in a satin finish. It looks great. It seems…

6 years6 yearsdeadlawndeadlawn posted:
Dale Alcock Homes building in Rossmoyne

Hi. We're looking at doing a demolish and build with DA (prob a version of the nautilus). Can you tell me what your demo costs where? I think we've been…

7 years7 yearsdeadlawndeadlawn posted:
what sink to buy??

We were in Harvey Norman yesterday and saw they had a special on some of their Franke sinks, so we ended up going with one of those. Looks pretty good,…

7 years7 yearsdeadlawndeadlawn posted:
what sink to buy??

Hi all, hope you've had a lovely christmas.
We are stuck on what brand sink to buy. We are having a stone benchtop with overmount sink. Have looked at Clark, Oliveri,…

7 years7 yearsdeadlawndeadlawn posted:
Knocking down wall - how can this be solved?

You were on the money, roofplum66. Had pro come in this morning and he welded a bar to the existing lintel to provide a safer overhang. The company was ABC…

7 years7 yearsdeadlawndeadlawn posted:
Knocking down wall - how can this be solved?

I'm in Perth too. Lintel sits on top of wall so no grinding required. If it just involves welding a length onto the existing lintel and costs me less than…

7 years7 yearsdeadlawndeadlawn posted:
Knocking down wall - how can this be solved?

Thanks for the response. The problem is that the lintel is only 10mm over brick wall (yellow one in pic) so may need to get some welding happening. I am…

7 years7 yearsdeadlawndeadlawn posted:
Knocking down wall - how can this be solved?

Nope. The wall marked with the blue line (three courses) and everything below it, including lintel underneath it.

7 years7 yearsdeadlawndeadlawn posted:
Knocking down wall - how can this be solved?

I have tried uploading photos but forum says "the board attachment quota as been reached". Will try again later. Thanks.

7 years7 yearsdeadlawndeadlawn posted:
Knocking down wall - how can this be solved?

Hi everyone,
I am in the process of doing a kitchen reno and have hit a stumbling block.
I want to knock down a short wall below a lintel supporting about three…

7 years7 yearsdeadlawndeadlawn posted:
Is my lawn salvagable???

Thanks so much Fu. More info than I ever expected!! Will give it a start tomorrow. What is the best thing to do with the bare patches?

7 years7 yearsdeadlawndeadlawn posted:
Is my lawn salvagable???

Hi Fu,
Thanks for your reply. Front lawn is approx 30-40sqm, back is similar, maybe a bit bigger. We are in Perth. Now able to retic twice a week. I used…

7 years7 yearsdeadlawndeadlawn posted:
Is my lawn salvagable???

Hi all,
So we bought our house in march this year. When we looked at it the lawn was pretty good and mostly green. By the time settlement came around they…

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