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7 years7 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
20K for small kitchen..unrealistic?

I sold my old kitchen on ebay and got a great price for something that was going in the bin! They also had to pull it all apart, so I…

7 years7 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Is this really starfire/opticlear glass?

The paint is the same as the wall as you can see it on the side and the installer showed us the back section. However it doesn''t appear to be…

7 years7 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Is this really starfire/opticlear glass?

I would appreciate some feedback on this splashback which is in my laundry. The colour is meant to be china white which is the same colour as the paint on…

Is this really starfire/opticlear glass?
8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Help with splashback colour, Michelle and others

Thank you so muh for all the inspirations. Think I'll grab a few sample pots and make a decision!

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Help with splashback colour, Michelle and others

I have gone to and fro trying to work out a colour for my kitchen splashback and am now asking for help! I have toyed with different samples and as…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Heated towel rail height

I used my own towels to judge how high to have them, we needed 2 towels to fit on our heated towel rack and we use the large bath sheets,…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Should builder take all tiles

I haven't asked at this stage as he was in a bit of a "mood" when he announced he was taking all of them.

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Should builder take all tiles

My builder ordered way too many tiles for my bathroom but now is saying that he is going to only charge us for what was used but that he will…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Wanting to complete retianing wall before Handover?

Have you asked the builder if this is OK? He might be allright with it if you ask.

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
How to reduce rangehood noise

I don't have any further updates except that the builder will try to put in a sound proofing material in a bulkhead surrounding the duct. We don't have a 200mm…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
circular marks on polished floors

My floors have just been polished, finished on Friday last week. I've had a look tonight and I am noticing circular marks in various parts, particularly around the island bench.…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Is this a fault or OK?

thankyou!
There are gaps at the top of the door two, one where the beginning of the extra strip is and one where the strip ends and meets the other…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Is this a fault or OK?

I have two doors which open out and they both have full windows on either side of them. I have just noticed that the frame work on the edge of…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Daikin unavailable, then what to buy?

where are you located? The main dealers do have stock, they are the ones to go to as they are stocking these and not stocking non specialist dealers. I am…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
how to make a shower wheelchair friendly

Why not ask an occupational therapist? They will tell you what needs to be done.

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Mice

discovered a dead mouse (I am the killer!) sitting in one of my desk drawers in the corner. Absolutely horrified, there were photo frames in there and it had chewed…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Granite dust in draw runners

Now I have to wait for them to contact me, it could be a few days. What fantastic customer service! I only got the person who answered the phone who…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Granite dust in draw runners

I have blum soft close runners and there is dust in the drawers and bits of very small bits of granite too

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Granite dust in draw runners

I have just had my granite benchtops installed and they do look great, so pleased about that! However I have noticed that 2 of my drawers are now not functionning…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
How to reduce rangehood noise

It's because the roof is flat that there is no space to have the ducting and the flue that far away so I was looking at other innovative ways to…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
How to reduce rangehood noise

Yes, I don't think we can do anything to the motor itself, it's external.

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
How to reduce rangehood noise

I am after ideas on how to reduce noise from my range hood. I have an external motor but as I have a flat roof it isn't going to be…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Tiling standards

All fine, builder looked and agreed, it will be done again "sigh of relief"

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
why do some builders lie

Overall I am happy with my builder and I have seen that most of the time when a delay occurs it is a result of some tradies letting him down.…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Tiling standards

I have had a look at the building commission standards and it it basic in sayng that tiling is defective if it has joints that are not uniform , of…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
Cost of ducted heating changeover

The price will depend on the unit. We had a Brivis unit under the house which had a flue right through the laundry which we have replaced with a Braemar…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
What makes cabinets good quality? What questions to ask?

Well I have now had my new kitchen cabinetry installed and I am 100% happy with it! I keep going in and looking at it, opening drawers, cupboards! The next…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
procedure for floating floor on uneven concrete slab

Thank you for all the responses. The slab was a pre existing one, we had another slab added in the extended portion which is level. There was a 4cm difference…

8 years8 yearsleanne27leanne27 posted:
procedure for floating floor on uneven concrete slab

My builder is half way through installing floating floors on our concrete slab. The slab is uneven, at the really bad part he put "screed" (if that is correct) to…

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