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kangabat

Melbourne, Victoria
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9 years9 yearskangabatkangabat posted:
New Dimension Homes and Icon Homes

certainly did :-)

9 years9 yearskangabatkangabat posted:
New Dimension Homes and Icon Homes

Thanks for the heads up mudmap!! I found those previous posts you are referring to. I used the search option to search for New Dimension Homes.…

12 years12 yearskangabatkangabat posted:
Single brick corbels and windows

Thanks Brickie. :)

12 years12 yearskangabatkangabat posted:
Single brick corbels and windows

Hi there!
What I meant is that they could cut the brick on a 45 degree angle like they have done on a few other corners of the house and on…

12 years12 yearskangabatkangabat posted:
Single brick corbels and windows

Thanks Craig. If your corbel has flat bricks then yours will look a lot neater. As long as the "loose canon" next door is in its enclosure I…

12 years12 yearskangabatkangabat posted:
Single brick corbels and windows

Hi all,
Just wondering if anyone has any ideas for our little issue. We are paying for a single brick corbel for the front facade but in my opinion some…

12 years12 yearskangabatkangabat posted:
Question for knockdown rebuilders

Hi there,
We demolished a 3 BDR brick veneer single storey circa 1948. There was some asbestos in the eaves to be removed by the demolishers before the excavator arrived. …

12 years12 yearskangabatkangabat posted:
any independent inspector to recommend(Melbourne)?

I recently had Kevin from New Home Inspections (his website is working now!) do a frame stage inspection of our property. He was great to deal with and produced…

13 years13 yearskangabatkangabat posted:
Home Building Blogs

Hi there,
We have just started building a modified armadale 320 with New Dimension Homes.
Our blog is at http://kangabat.blogspot.com
Cheers

13 years13 yearskangabatkangabat posted:
Covering/Emptying the swimming pool during new home rebuild

Hi Fiona,
Thanks for the advice. The pool is concrete. Will it still "pop out" if emptied. I thought it may crack?
Cheers
David

13 years13 yearskangabatkangabat posted:
Covering/Emptying the swimming pool during new home rebuild

Thanks Paula,
that was lightning fast!!!
Sounds like the pool definitely has to be covered.
Sleepers would do the job!! I will keep that in mind.
I will post pics, ta...
Cheers
David

13 years13 yearskangabatkangabat posted:
Covering/Emptying the swimming pool during new home rebuild

Hi there,
We are going to demolish our existing home and rebuild a dbl storey home. We have an in-ground swimming pool that we will be keeping, and renovating after…

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