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1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Man hole

Hi stewie,
I understand that the plasterboard in rested on the architrave.
However, what can you put to keep it down so it does not go up/down with wind/air/airconditioning movement?
Is there some…

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Man hole

moudzj,
I'm a girl. :)
Question: How do you keep down the 'door' cover on the man hole?
What is an elegant way of holding it down, so…

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Man hole

I have no experience in making man holes.
I am just trying some common sense approach, to help future tradesmen to check under the roof etc.
I believe that by putting…

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Man hole

This may be an insensitive question, but I am looking at the optimal size of a man hole, regarding access to the roof:
What allowance would I need to make, in…

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Height of rangehood

What is the recommended height of the overheads?
Also, is it necessary to cut the tile (800mm one)?
Wouldn't it be easier to position the overheads directly over them?

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Height of rangehood

Would it be impractical if I actually leave the tile as it is, and then position the cupboards over them?

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Height of rangehood

I found some nice tiles: 800x800 for the splashback. Nothing fancy, just practical, as I could not decide on any other splashback.
So thought it would be nice to have…

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Seals for garage doors

That sounds good.
Would polyethylene insulation give off any fumes?

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Height of rangehood

Would anyone like to please shed some light:
What would happen if the height of rangehood is 800mm, instead of the recommended 600mm (for electric cooktop)???
Would it draw as much vapour?

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Seals for garage doors

But won't it move when the doors open/close?

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Seals for garage doors

Hi Althom,
But what would you use to stick the insulation to the door?

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Seals for garage doors

Hi Althom,
May I ask, what is the double side foil air bubble insulation?
Where can it be purchased?
Does it come incased in something?
How would you keep it in place?

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Cabinetry not build to plans on architect build

So basically, to be succint, and state facts only?

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Seals for garage doors

Hi Althom,
Thank you for sharing your experience with the brush option.
Only door insulation might make difference to the temperature.

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Seals for garage doors

I am not particularly fond of bugs, snakes and their companions.
Speaking to several garage companies today, and these are the options:
- brushed border (it looks like a brush)
and
- rubber…

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Cabinetry not build to plans on architect build

Thank you very much for sharing.
What did you mean by being careful with words?

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Tips for first home buyers

Hi pasalamat,
How did you go with the new build?
Did any of the advice you received help you with the new build?

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Cabinetry not build to plans on architect build

It is good news it got sorted.
Did you have to engage the lawyers?
If so, how much did they cost, and did you have to hire a specialist of some sort?
During…

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Cabinetry not build to plans on architect build

sunny74, I was reading your story today.
What happened in the end?

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Garage wall storage: brooms/sticks

Thank you Althom. I appreciate your help.

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Garage wall storage: brooms/sticks

So that means that they can be moved any time, without adjusting anything?

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Garage wall storage: brooms/sticks

Hi Althom,
That looks very neat and nice.
How do you ''move'' the adjustable brackets?
Which pieces did you purchase from the big green shed?
Whenever I go there, it is overwhelming:…

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Distances between cooktop, backwall & rangehood

Hi chippy,
I understand that the slideouts are on the lower end of the spectrum.
However, would any of the following avoid the need to upgrade to anything higher:
a) having a sliding…

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Distances between cooktop, backwall & rangehood

chippy,
Would you be aware, at what height differential are rangehoods tested re: amount of extraction?
For instance, some people place cooktop and rangehood 750mm apart, some place them 800mm apart?
If…

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Garage wall storage: brooms/sticks

Hi Althom,
Are they made from stainless steel?
What do they look like? (if you would like to share)

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Garage wall storage: brooms/sticks

How do you store brooms/mops/other long sticky things on the walls of garage?

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Tiles - difference between $30 and $60 tiles in the bathroom

Thank you chippy and Cala90.

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Gutters

How often are gutters supposed to be maintained?

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Tiles - difference between $30 and $60 tiles in the bathroom

But wouldn't the strength of tiles also be determined by what sort of base they are attached to, primarily whether the area has been waterproofed well, if it is even…

1 year1 yearLandAndHomeLandAndHome posted:
Tiles - difference between $30 and $60 tiles in the bathroom

Hi chippy,
Would you recommend a particular website where one can have a look at the finish - mitred versus unmitred?
What are your thoughts about durability of tiles: porcelain or ceramic,…

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