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19 d19 dkkskks posted:
Builder demands $201,118 for non compliant defective work

S, dontcha think that with financial disputes it's better to keep the cards close to the chest rather than vent out on a public forum? But what would I know?

20 d20 dkkskks posted:
Home Automation

My Grandad really liked those switches that were on the ceiling with a cord dangling down. Thought they were the bees-knees, they were. Used to get the neighbours in to…

22 d22 dkkskks posted:
Longreach 33- Our country home

The shower team have likely done you guys a favour with their re-jig. You would have hated forcing past the tap ware on a daily basis. Honestly. :-)

22 d22 dkkskks posted:
Brisbane - Building and Energy Efficient Home

Azimuth is important but there's a madness to it all.....I'm currently using a Master Bedroom with massive glass sliding doors facing EXACTLY due East and with a minimal eave....and, right…

25 d25 dkkskks posted:
First Time Builders/Buyers

Thinking about a build? You really don't want to see these latest ABS (10/4/19) lagged figures on residential building starts
"NEW PRIVATE SECTOR HOUSES
The trend estimate for new private sector house…

26 d26 dkkskks posted:
Exposed aggregate concrete removal options

Some great patio carpets around these days.

26 d26 dkkskks posted:
Another defective house story

Quick plumb referring to no-glue needed storm-water piping joints where the pipe simply pushes into the fitting until it makes a positive seal. Will likely be a Water Marked joining…

26 d26 dkkskks posted:
Another defective house story

Dontcha love the use of adjectives and modals in precision reporting? Great language, that English.

27 d27 dkkskks posted:
What is data point??

Don't waste your money, Yos. Bung in one connection to the NBN for your router. 5G and the incoming wi-fi 6 are going to rock the distribution of signals through…

29 d29 dkkskks posted:
Building with Wisdom Homes

Has anyone in the whole-wide world actually produced a gutter guard that works in real-life?

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1 month1 monthkkskks posted:
Bryan & Petersen Build in Regional Victoria

Nice detail insulation work there. Have you seen these garage door edge sealing systems? The garage can really stuff up our home insulation performance. Hearing good things about them…

1 month1 monthkkskks posted:
Cost of Marble stone benches

Back into the laminates, myself. Wonderful choices, now. Doesn't lead to automatic divorce when somebody buggers up the bench top surface. Love how, in a life-time home - one can…

1 month1 monthkkskks posted:
Rheem solar hot water long roof sensor replacement

The part will post to you easily. I like their video guides, most informative. We had a real good run with our Rheem solar installation. Replaced the ground based tank…

1 month1 monthkkskks posted:
Rheem solar hot water long roof sensor replacement

You might really enjoy these people.....parts, technical advice, installation vids......
https://www.solarhotwaterparts.com.au/s ... k-sensor-1

1 month1 monthkkskks posted:
Stellabella's second build - nearly enclosed!

Your timber work and your other construction has been exposed to weathering it shouldn't have experienced for, what, 12 months?
Questions you must have answered:
What obvious physical timber deterioration has taken…

1 month1 monthkkskks posted:
Building a Metricon Glendale 42 Limited Edition in Melbourne

Forever home? Noggins? Garage and laundry cupboard developments in the future Them noggins for the pesky bathroom grab rails, as we get ancient. Never ends, really!
Drew is spot on re…

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1 month1 monthkkskks posted:
KDR - Allcastle Homes Grandworth 45 MK2

Reckon that, with metal roof in any region, a decent R anticon blanket is a must these days.

1 month1 monthkkskks posted:
Layout planning

Leman is beginning to hone in on the critical deficiency of this plan. It's that the zones simply don't work. Do you have to be single-storey in your build?

1 month1 monthkkskks posted:
Hot water system below brick level.

Or we can always just take a chance and shove the garden and mulch and paving up against the slab. No worries.. What are the stats for Oz, 1 on…

1 month1 monthkkskks posted:
Hot water system below brick level.

It does, it does, it looks terribly, horribly, unbelievably ugly. It does. :-)

1 month1 monthkkskks posted:
Hot water system below brick level.

I keep on saying I won't say this anymore. But. That concrete slab edge you can see is your number one termite control mechanism. We do not cover it with…

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1 month1 monthkkskks posted:
Building with Wisdom Homes

With these crushed stone type physical termite systems we'll probably find that there is also a plastic strip laid into the brick courses designed to prevent termites tunnelling up inside…

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