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1 year1 yearIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Making a hallway airtight

That's exactly what happens in our house!
We have three air con zones, front lounge / middle lounge and kitchen / bedrooms
When we turn on the front zones and not in…

1 year1 yearIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Making a hallway airtight

Hi all
Recently replaced all carpet in the house with floorboard. This has left some larger gaps beneath doors to bedrooms and therefor has created a draft and air loss when…

1 year1 yearIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
No Air Gap for Sisalation Paper

I was told the air gap needs to be between the foil side (inside) and everything else. The paper has been installed between the exterior wall and the wall frame…

1 year1 yearIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
No Air Gap for Sisalation Paper

Hey all
I'm trying to figure out the best way to insulate the walls in a home office I had recently built. The installers included sisalation under the external walls, with…

1 year1 yearIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Painting Foilboard

The foil lining is both sides I believe? I was only looking to paint the internal so the external foil would still be fully functional at reflecting external heat
Truth be…

1 year1 yearIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Painting Foilboard

Hi all
I recently had an Aarons outdoor shed built, that I am converting for a home office. It's installed in an area that gets full afternoon sun in summer and…

1 year1 yearIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Insulating roof of shed / home office

Hi all
I recently had a small studio office built by Aarons Outdoor. It comes "raw", so you have to paint the exterior and finish the interior yourself (this keeps down…

3 years3 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
How to deal with destroyed yard

Hey all
Looking for some advice and please forgive the essay
Last year we had an unhealthy camphor laurel cut down in the front yard. Today we finally got around (after much…

4 years4 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Spring Lawn Reno Questions

Hi all
I'm currently in a rental till July next year in the Kellyville area of Sydney. Looking to do a small reno on the current lawn as it's come out…

7 years7 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Help me decide - Complete backyard do-over

Decided to put this on hold until next year. Will be a constant struggle to keep the wild grass out until they finish building behind us

7 years7 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Window and sliding door replacement - Supplying own glass

So I managed to finally convince someone to quote.... 5k to replace the sliding doors and two large windows. 3.7k without the glass
I've discussed with some connections I have and…

7 years7 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Help me decide - Complete backyard do-over

Kikuyu will grow in almost any conditions... so it will overtake ANYTHING if given half chance. Which is why I'm thinking starting from scratch is the best idea

7 years7 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Help me decide - Complete backyard do-over

The lawn doesn't look too bad because I only mowed it a few days earlier :)
If you saw the before pics, the front half was low…

7 years7 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Caesarstone or an alternative

I did some measurements myself and since we've got a small kitchen, we'd have less then one slab of CS used. So I'm trying to get a couple of mobs…

7 years7 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Help me decide - Complete backyard do-over

Hey
I've been wanting to rip up and replace my existing back lawn for a while now. Previous owners laid down buffalo years ago but never took care to prevent wild…

7 years7 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Caesarstone or an alternative

Hey all
Been planning a kitchen refurb for some time... getting the existing cabinets resurfaced (high gloss spray-painting basically) but the wife has decided she wants to replace the entire benchtop…

8 years8 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Repainting stenciled concrete

No-one???

8 years8 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Repainting stenciled concrete

Hey all
Our house has a stenciled concrete driveway that's starting to look a bit faded / dated. We love the design and don't want this to change (ie, we don't…

8 years8 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Window and sliding door replacement - Supplying own glass

Hey all
Currently we're paying an absolute bomb in heating and cooling at our house because our main living area has two large glass sliding doors either side of the room…

8 years8 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Kitchen Refurb Ideas

Hello All
Looking at doing a bit of a refurb on our current kitchen... nothing to major, wants to replace the benchtops (probably with caeserstone or something similar) but not replace…

9 years9 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Grange Avenue Schofields - Burawa Rise Development

Hey all
I currently live next door to Burawa.... I'm curious to know if anyone has an idea on what they're actually going to do to the land on the south…

12 years12 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Office Nook in Wardrobe

The cupboard will be 60cm deep (in total) with 50cm of desk space depth. I've used the built-in in my daughters room for comparison (actually moved my laptop, monitor, server…

Office Nook in Wardrobe
12 years12 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Office Nook in Wardrobe

I took some more measurements this afternoon. Allowing for the car to be parked RIGHT against the roller door (less then 10cm space at the rear), this allows for 50cm…

12 years12 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Office Nook in Wardrobe

Hey all
The wife and I are expecting our second little bundle in July and since we have a small three-bedder, this means I'll lose my home office (I work from…

12 years12 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Buying a second home Questions

We did go through all the options to "help" me get the loan without involving a third party. Unfortunately we just don't have the equity in our current house yet…

12 years12 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Buying a second home Questions

Thanks for the reply
We're arranging to see an accountant in the new couple of weeks where I'll be asking all these questions again. I've had other people mention family trusts…

12 years12 yearsIncredibleBulkIncredibleBulk posted:
Buying a second home Questions

Hey all
My wife and I currently live in a battle-axe block which is split with another house. Our neighbour mentioned recently wanting to sell up later this year to move…

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