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23 h23 hindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Single cavity sliding door which can span 2.8 meters?

Do you remember the thickness of each stacker sliding door? And do you remember the overall thickness required to allow stacker cavity doors to slide?

23 h23 hindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Single cavity sliding door which can span 2.8 meters?

It's a bit early to be saying it's a simple choice. ID need to find a supplier and as you said, there are probably aren't any standard products available.
It might…

24 h24 hindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Single cavity sliding door which can span 2.8 meters?

Since the opening is adjacent to a hallway, I cannot afford to have any protrusion at all. I honestly think the only solution is a single cavity sliding door covering…

24 h24 hindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Single cavity sliding door which can span 2.8 meters?

Which dimension is the 80cm you refer to? Is it the dimension that I marked as "problem " in my attachment in my last reply?

1 d1 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Single cavity sliding door which can span 2.8 meters?

I think the protrusion might be a problem when in the open position:

So in your case, this distance was 80cm?

Single cavity sliding door which can span 2.8 meters?
1 d1 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Single cavity sliding door which can span 2.8 meters?

Ok, so far here are the options in the above replies.
I'll break down the pro's and cons:
Reducing the opening to 2.4 meters and using two 1.2 meter cavity Sliding…

Single cavity sliding door which can span 2.8 meters?
1 d1 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Single cavity sliding door which can span 2.8 meters?

Because, that's compromising the architecture and openness of the design.
I don't want to do that if there is single cavity sliding door which can span the full 2.8 meters. That's…

1 d1 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Single cavity sliding door which can span 2.8 meters?

Hi All,

Background:
I am trying to select a new home design. One of the designs has a 2.8 m wide opening to a media room, without a door to it. I…

Single cavity sliding door which can span 2.8 meters?
5 d5 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Can you ‘upgrade’ frame with project builder?

In upgrading to 90mm frames, that would have impacted the width and length of the design right? I am referring to the cumulative effect of adding an extra 20 mil…

5 d5 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Can you ‘upgrade’ frame with project builder?

What state did you build in? and what city? I'm building in Brisbane

6 d6 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Living in a steel frame house

To everyone who has provided an opinion about their steel framed homes, can you qualify if your home is a single story or 2-story home?

6 d6 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Timber or Steel Frame?

Did you end up following through with the steel frame? Was this a single story or 2-story house?

6 d6 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Timber or Steel Frame?

So, the steel frame home that you rate highly of, was this a single story or 2-story house?

6 d6 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Can you ‘upgrade’ frame with project builder?

Can you tell me which builder this was?

6 d6 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Steel frames - Coral homes

Thattime, thanks for sharing your findings and experience about building with a steel framed home. Can you clarify, was this a single story or 2-story home?

6 d6 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Steel frames - Coral homes

MrsJM, any updates about the dispute?

6 d6 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Very noisy steel frame house

, what builder was this? I PM'ed you.

6 d6 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Frames, Timber or Steel ??

You built with a steel frame? Was this a single story or 2-story house? I heard that steel framed 2-story homes are noisy when walking on the upper floor?

6 d6 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Are these gaps- between the frame & slab) reasonable?

Blackbeauty, what happened in the end here? Which builder was this?

6 d6 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Can you ‘upgrade’ frame with project builder?

Boro, I am in the same position. I want to build with a volume/project builder in Brisbane, and the one I am speaking to has told me that they build…

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17 d17 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Steel frames - Coral homes

Yes the sound is horrible, I agree. Irrespective of whether it was built using a timber or steel frame, it shouldn't make that sound.
The floor joists make up part…

17 d17 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Steel frames - Coral homes

Mrs, out of curiosity, have you compared the sound with other steel framed homes? I mean, has anyone on this forum built with a steel frame in a 2-story home…

18 d18 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Steel frames - Coral homes

I am horrified at the noisy floors that were posted on instgram by sapphire5727. I would like to know if this was rectified in the end, and I would also…

21 d21 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
thermal bridging in steel frame houses

StructuralBIMGuy, I am specifically interested in discussing thermal bridging, and Insulation and home energy efficiency aspects.

21 d21 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
thermal bridging in steel frame houses

As mentioned, I am considering the choice of a pine frame, versus a steel frame.

I am building in Queensland.

I have aide aside some of…

21 d21 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
thermal bridging in steel frame houses

I want to bring this discussion back alive. It's now been 10 years since the last post, but the topic is still relevant.
I am considering the choice of a pine…

29 d29 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Guiding instructions how to fit sunhoods and Wet Seal them t

Hi, I am in the process of planning for my new project home. I am looking at Options for having sunhoods supplied and fitted for my new home. I have…

30 d30 dindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Tiling defects - tolerance levels

Thanks for that. I see the link you provided is in relation to New South Wales. I forgot to mention I am building in QLD

1 month1 monthindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Tiling defects - tolerance levels

Hi All, I am in the busy planning stage of choosing a project builder for a new home build.
I am doing research and learning about the building industry and…

1 month1 monthindo26slateindo26slate posted:
Coral Homes general build thread

Has anyone built the Coral Homes Baltimore 32?

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