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Edward Thirlwall

Surry Hills NSW
Joined 30 April 2013
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Edward Thirlwall wrote:

I honestly would not even know what a dangerous tree looks like much less how to bring it down, but I think that it's really great that there are such resources on the internet to teach you what to do when you come across a circumstance like this because, hey! You'll never know when it's going to happen right!

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EcoStay building project

That's a beautiful tree and the wood is so vibrant. It's going to have a beautiful place in your home now. I am wondering if you kept scraps for anything…

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Rain Gardens

I've actually been thinking about how I can make my water storage area a little bit more aesthetic coz my garden doesn't have all that much space. But a storage…

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moving existing solar panel to new home

I agree with @bpratt on this one. No point trying to move old stuff to save money when the new tech on the market comes a lot better in terms…

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Small Home Living

That inforgraphic is really quite inspiring I think! Although I may just be a bit too attached to having things in my reach to think about converting anytime soon. What…

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Security screens and window cleaning

If the windows cannot be removed, be it the panes or the frames, then I do not think there is any way you can access the middle screens. If the…

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My doors come with standard push-in locks

I think Leonardo has given some really useful security tips. We always look at things from one perspective only and tend to overlook other factors that affect us too. For…

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Door bell

I think a wireless one would be more practical if you need the bell to be mobile and you always have to move it around from one place to another.…

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Big vs Small

Congratulations! There's really nothing like starting on your very own home is there? I rememebr when we first did up our own house with our builder. We were so desperate…

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built in book shelves and desks

That's a LOT of books! You're right to need so much storage! Not sure how good you are with your hands but if you really want the easiest (and cheapest)…

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Our build in Melbourne - Living in Sydney - Garden time

Look at the size of the land. It's gorgeous and it's been wonderful following your journey for your house and everything is truly coming together. I"d love to see a…

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Passive Solar Design in Sydney

DO make sure you've got a good plan for solar power STORAGE so that you can maximise the energy you collect during the day. Otherwise you'll still need to be…

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KDR with Sekisui - Sydney

I’m definitely following this! I love how you can see the under-stairs storage area and the garage.. HOOOWEE! I'd love to see the final product for that! Talk about a…

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Garage shelving/storage ideas

For our storage shed, we use mainly shelves and racks fixed sturdily onto the walls because we have to maximise all the space we can find and it seems that…

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How much self-storage space do I need?

It is best for you to visit the self-storage centre that you have in mind and see in person the different sizes that they have for their storage units. From…

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what colour to paint exterior weatherboard

I personally do not think that they dark grey is going to be too hot even during the hottest of the summer days. Grey is still okay and do not…

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Generator dummy

I think I have a similar-looking generator just like yours. I use it mainly as backup energy storage so I can say it is quite rare that I would need…

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What to do with large hallway space...extra storage or...?

If you asked me, a walk-in cupboard is much better, so this time, I’m sorry I would have to side your mum on this. You can do more with a…

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Garden shed vs self storage?

They both have their advantages but the higher cost in self storage means extra security and peace of mind. If at the end of the day you still prefer the…

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Sports and design interest me but I spend most of my free time with my family thats where my heart is

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