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EmeryBB

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Joined 2 April 2010
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6 years6 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
Plant Selection for screening. Near pool, narrow bed

Definitely not bamboo, not because they r invasive but the leaf litter will be your nightmare.
Go with syzygium (lillypilly). They will go up to about 4-5 metres, may take quite…

6 years6 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
Please Help me identify these plants.

Most produce cherry size nashi pear type fruits, too small to bother. Some cultival produce larger apricot size fruits and very delicious if pickled.

6 years6 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
Please Help me identify these plants.

The last one is ornamental pear.

7 years7 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
Sapphire lawn over winter in Melbourne

If broadleaf grass like buffalos are not well suited to Melbourne climate, what else do you think is suitable?
This is my patch of Sapphire lawn. The photo was taken late…

Sapphire lawn over winter in Melbourne
8 years8 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
Brivis NC-6 installer parameter access configuration

Call Brivis, they can run you through the procedures over the phone.

9 years9 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
Foundation Concrete Exposed

If the photo is anything to go by, it looks like your land is slopping towards your neighbour, is that correct?
1. Surely your neighbour will not fill up their land,…

9 years9 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
House orientation question

I'm with Beazley77, but I would only flip the back half of the house, i.e. the garage and master suite remain as they are and flip the rest over so…

9 years9 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
Brivis Networker - no split temperature?

That's great news,
I wonder if you're able to look up the following parameters on your networker for us?
Parameter: Value
n01 ID00 : 1
n01 ID01 : 0
n01 ID03 : 1
n01 ID04 :…

9 years9 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
Brivis Networker - no split temperature?

now if I read that correctly, u are saying we can have different temp in each zone if it has seperate controller? if so, how? could you shed some light…

10 years10 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
It's winter and deciduous fruit trees are still green

You're probably right about the weather. I was having a panic attack after seeing garden centres start selling barerooted trees yet mine are still green. Having said that, the one…

10 years10 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
It's winter and deciduous fruit trees are still green

Guys need opinions please,
we're well into winter and many of my fruit trees (Plum, Peach/Nectarine, pluot etc ) are just like my little boss, don't want to go to sleep.…

10 years10 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
waterproofing upstairs bathrooms - is this OK? - Urgent plz!

I am afraid you're fighting an uphill battle here. Not sure about other states, but in Vic I've yet to see a project builder who waterproofs the entire bathroom floor…

10 years10 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
Adding an extra tap in bathroom - Is it normal?

You can have anything/anyway you like in your bathroom/toilet and if you think it's the best way to clean it, then go for it. All I am saying is and…

10 years10 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
Adding an extra tap in bathroom - Is it normal?

That's because in some part of Asia where there is no such thing as shower cubicle, it's open. you get water every where when you shower.
Things are different here as…

10 years10 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
Adding an extra tap in bathroom - Is it normal?

If you want to hose down the floor, make sure the floor is water proofed and right up to the wall, not every builder water proof the whole floor, just…

10 years10 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
Allura Estate

Sorry I misread that bit.
Like I said it's not impossible. The thing is, do you really need to relocated it? I mean it will cost a bomb seriously. The…

10 years10 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
Allura Estate

It is still possible even it was completed house if you're forced to. As I said before, all it takes is to run gas and water pipes to the new…

10 years10 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
Allura Estate

If you post it in the building standard thread you might get more responds.
To your Q. there is nothing technically impossible to relocate the HWS even the slab for…

10 years10 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
Please review my floor plan

How about swapping bed 2 and bath/pdr around, so that the bed2's door is facing the study? adjust the size to suit of course. That way the bath/pdr is right…

10 years10 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
what tree is this?

It looks like Lagerstroemia (Crepe Myrtle).
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10 years10 yearsEmeryBBEmeryBB posted:
custom-built in Sydney upper north shore-Facade uploaded

Don't compromise, definitely the first one, unless you gonna have guests sleeping over very often and going to have a whole bunch of kiddies, I would get rid of the…

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