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4 d4 dforrestmountforrestmount posted:
Purchasing home, only problem is mold in the house.

Getting rid of mould is not possible without finding and solving the cause.
Where is the mould ?

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6 d6 dforrestmountforrestmount posted:
Water Leaks after 3 days rain - Builder or Insurance

In my experience you need to do both, the builder needs to fix the leak but believe it or not they are not required to fix damage caused by the…

9 d9 dforrestmountforrestmount posted:
Beware: Sales Rep falsifying documents and signature

I am with structuralbimguy
Run, run fast. If the sales teams are doing something this far “below the line” the likelihood is this behaviour is from the top down.

11 d11 dforrestmountforrestmount posted:
Cost of lifting house/re-stumping

It is hard to give a cost as many factors come in to play but it will basically cost you just as much to go up 100mm as raising the…

14 d14 dforrestmountforrestmount posted:
Issues with robot pool cleaner

Get one of these, we bought one two years ago, it just does what it does.
https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=i&url= ... AdAAAAABAJ

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21 d21 dforrestmountforrestmount posted:
Help with identifying lawn

I actually thought it looked like kikuyu but it has been 15 years since I have seen grass I knew was kikuyu. Looking at pictures on the nets shows pristine…

21 d21 dforrestmountforrestmount posted:
Raising house - get exterior painted first or after?

I find prep work is a lot easier if you can do it from the ground or from scaffolding. I hate sanding or scraping from a ladder. So I say…

21 d21 dforrestmountforrestmount posted:
Raising house - get exterior painted first or after?

Ok so back on your originial question,
Can you prepare and paint now without scaffold?
If yes paint now
If no paint later
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21 d21 dforrestmountforrestmount posted:
Repairing a broken soap holder

It is not an assumption have the repair professionally carried out. Someone has paid you to take care of heir house and you have not kept up your side of…

21 d21 dforrestmountforrestmount posted:
Repairing a broken soap holder

Why are you covering up damage you have done to someone’s house. Just own up and offer to pay for a professional repair.
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21 d21 dforrestmountforrestmount posted:
Repairing a broken soap holder

I think your approach is dishonest, all I have to say.

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22 d22 dforrestmountforrestmount posted:
Raising house - get exterior painted first or after?

I have owned and renovated a few older pre and post war houses in Brisbane but I am not a carpenter or painter.
Without pictures I would assume your peeling…

1 month1 monthforrestmountforrestmount posted:
Atherstone land valuation " land undervalued"

We had trouble when buying our first house. First you need to determine if the real value yourself, don’t assume the low valuations are wrong. You can ask how they…

2 months2 monthsforrestmountforrestmount posted:
Paint splash on rendering

Pool acid will dissolve concrete, of cause it is acid so be careful also test it won’t affect your paint. I used to clean concrete off tools this way in…

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