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gersy1964

Toowoomba, Qld
Joined 20 November 2008
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11 years11 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
FLOORING

Hi Andrea,
your Karndean floor looks fantastic - can you please tell me exactly which plank this is? Name? Width? Also did you lay it yourself?
thanks, Angie

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Outdoor Spa - what are they REALLY like??

I just loooove this topic and am so glad I started it! I can't get a large spa because I don't have enough friends either. At least not ones that…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Outdoor Spa - what are they REALLY like??

Looks fantastic - would it be rude to ask what it will cost??

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Outdoor Spa - what are they REALLY like??

Well, I have certainly sparked a debate here! But seriously, is cost and maintenance a BIG issue with an outdoor spa? Can I just buy a second hand one? Why…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Outdoor Spa - what are they REALLY like??

Hi there, I am thinking of buying an outdoor spa. I notice there seem to be quite a few second hand spas (ebay etc) and wonder why? Is an outdoor…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Bathroom door with glass panels - anyone got one?

hi thanks for the tips, my bathroom is currently under construction (the tiler was here today) and my fingers are crossed! The tip about the lighting was very good as…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Bathroom door with glass panels - anyone got one?

Sounds good - can you tell me the door brand? Also does it make the bathroom much lighter? Finally is it possible for you to take a photo?
Many thanks.

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Bathroom door with glass panels - anyone got one?

I am about to commence renovating a very small downstairs ensuite (just shower, toilet, hand basin). It is very small and although there is a little window, I would like…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
FLOORING

My Flooring Problem is about to be solved - while I was away for a few days, my husband decided that 'enough was enough' and ordered our floor! He ordered…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
FLOORING

Yes, dreaming about floors is kinda sad but even worse is when you have been thinking about it for almost 6 months and STILL CAN'T DECIDE! I always thought…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
FLOORING

Hi there - I just found this thread and am hoping some of you made a decision on your flooring! Anyone got photos of their new floors? I am renovating…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
My loo is so small!

Taffy, thanks for the info and I look forward to more photos! Angie

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
My loo is so small!

Hi there, I am about to start renovating a very small ensuite and actually need to make sure everything is on the small side. Is there any chance you could…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Help needed for my splashback tiles

Hi Laura, your bathroom is simply beautiful and I love your basin and vanity. In my (very small) ensuite renovation, I think I will use a white pedestal rather than…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Help needed for my splashback tiles

Hi there,
No you are not nosy at all! My splashback is plain antique white tiles, fairly large and with a slight ripple effect. Not expensive at all and honestly the…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Noob renovating bathroom

Hi, there. I saw this post and couldn't believe my eyes - I'VE GOT THE SAME ENSUITE - well actually my tiles are more old fashioned but the size and…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
HELP.... need a sink...

I bought the Oliveri double bowl (they are deep and squarish) - top mount, no side drainer but with excellent attachments of cutting board, plastic drainer and a steel 'drainer'…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Flooring suggestions please for my entry, hallway, kitchen

thanks, I'll try the search now.
Angie

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
How much were your renovations?

My kitchen came in just under $20000 and that was for 2 pack cupboards (square profile), granite benchtops, ducted rangehood, electric stove top, wall oven, microwave with trim kit, applicance…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Stowe White - is this a warm white?

I just used Stowe White in my newly renovated kitchen and dining room and it is lovely - has a smooth colour which is not too dark, not too light,…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
How can I paint internal brick wall?

Anyone got photos of their painted brick walls?

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
How can I paint internal brick wall?

Your reply made me giggle - can I do it with a brush instead? Only a small area (couple of metres) and I will have to be careful not to…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
How can I paint internal brick wall?

I have a couple of sections of internal exposed brick wall in my house. These are not large areas and I would like to paint them. What products do I…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Timber Floor - 5mm?

What about using a solid Cypress Pine floor? We live in Queensland and are renovating a two storey brick home on cement slab. Existing downstairs flooring all needs to go…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Flooring suggestions please for my entry, hallway, kitchen

Thanks for the suggestions - we still can't decide because it is such a huge area we will be doing and as it all flows together, it really all needs…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Water Feature - statue of David

Hi there,
one of my work colleagues is desperately seeking a Statue of David Fountain for his garden (and yes, the statue has to be 'weeing'). Has anyone got or…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Cleaning Granite Benchtops

Thanks so much for the info - my benchtops look great and I want them to stay that way!
So Windex to clean it and then seal it every two months…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Advice on kitchen renovation concept + colour scheme

Do people buy old kitchens? They sure do! Quite amazing really and the beauty of it is that you
1. Make money with the sale
2. Save money on the renovation…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Cleaning Granite Benchtops

Hi there, I know this topic must have been addressed somewhere, but I can't find it. Can I please have advice on how to clean my new granite benchtop? Products…

12 years12 yearsgersy1964gersy1964 posted:
Are we crazy building a 40sq house for the two of us?

When did Australians become so judgemental and painfully politically correct? If you want the big house AND you can afford it without losing sleep at night worrying about the repayments,…

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