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4 months4 monthsHighlanderHighlander posted:
Underfloor insulation

I used Bradford optimo underfloor. It comes with plastic saddles that hold batts in place (i have steel floor)

5 months5 monthsHighlanderHighlander posted:
Underfloor insulation

Sadly forums are dead mate. I have under floor insulation, was approx $2400 supply only, no pest issues, cannot provide any data on weather it works or not as it…

5 months5 monthsHighlanderHighlander posted:
Decking for BAL19

Hi, just after some advice, google says:
"BAL-19: Decks must have an enclosed sub-floor space, which should be non-combustible or bushfire-resistant within 200mm horizontally and 400mm vertically of a glazed element"
Wtf…

1 year1 yearHighlanderHighlander posted:
Joining bearers

If the join is over a peir butting them up should be fine.

1 year1 yearHighlanderHighlander posted:
Sub floor insulation

Just an update on this. So i have recieved my order, ended up choosing Bradford optimo system that uses plastic saddles that sit over the joists.
Saddles are 45mm & my…

2 years2 yearsHighlanderHighlander posted:
Sub floor insulation

Sounds like you have timber, mines all steel :-(

2 years2 yearsHighlanderHighlander posted:
Sub floor insulation

Im leaning toward this too (bent up in same fasion as pic i posted), gonna be a prick of a job lol

2 years2 yearsHighlanderHighlander posted:
Cost of building on a sloped block?

For a guide, my 200sqm spantec subfloor was $20k on a gently sloped block (range of 600mm to 1000mm), steeper block just means longer peirs which in my case would…

2 years2 yearsHighlanderHighlander posted:
Sub floor insulation

Just wondering how others have insulated their sub floors, i'm toying with ideas like chicken wire or steel strapping. Have also found pics pre made cages online but not alot…

Sub floor insulation
2 years2 yearsHighlanderHighlander posted:
Fixing particle board to steel sub floor

All sorted lol

2 years2 yearsHighlanderHighlander posted:
ornamental pear trees

They are fine to prune back when leaves have dropped, we have that are about 10m high, not really used as a hedging tree, not sure how they would go…

2 years2 yearsHighlanderHighlander posted:
Wooden Ceiling Panels??

A timber ceiling can come in many forms, material size, shape, ceiling height, tools, your skills all play the part in weather it is a one man/person job or not.
I…

2 years2 yearsHighlanderHighlander posted:
Building costs - your experience

There are many variables, i was told to go by $1000 per square meter, our place is 200m2 excluding detatched garage & to frame stage it has cost us approx…

2 years2 yearsHighlanderHighlander posted:
Fixing particle board to steel sub floor

Hi, i'm OB'ing a steel frame home, the floor (Stratco) is almost up & ready to add floor boards.
Obviously i can't use a nail gun, just wondering what method people…

3 years3 yearsHighlanderHighlander posted:
Chore charts - do you have them and what is your opinion?

We have a whiteboard in the kitchen :-)

6 years6 yearsHighlanderHighlander posted:
Tondelver House - Southern Highlands

Bump for updates :-)

6 years6 yearsHighlanderHighlander posted:
Taubmans Endure 3 Coat

Low sheen is the go, Taubmans touches up fine, it's the cheap low sheens that give you dramas. I only use matte on damaged/uneven surfaces as it hides imperfections…

6 years6 yearsHighlanderHighlander posted:
Tondelver House - Southern Highlands

Any updates ?
I'm looking at doing a similar thing, same council too

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