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5 years5 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
garden lighting

hi
anyone done LED garden lighting? Wanting to do this and would like to see if anyone has done it on here.
trying to find a driver that can be programmed to…

5 years5 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Mulch

around my estate there is a lot of land clearing, all the trees are being put through a mulcher and there is sh*t loads of it.
is this stuff good? i…

6 years6 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
DIY Soakwell Installation

I just ended up using concrete soaks, easier and if doing it correctly by using the calculation it works out the same money if not cheaper

6 years6 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Paving or Decking

imo paving sucks, its hard to keep clean
decking or polished concrete is my vote

6 years6 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Hollow/Drummy Tiles - builder won't fix

name and shame the builder

6 years6 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Help with Downlight choice- Pleeeaaasssseee

nope! not comparing anything, just saying
obviously LED is tops in lighting but we all have different needs and I dont need daylight
in my house at night.
people have make do with…

6 years6 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Most cost effective alfresco floor?

steel need to put concrete slab?

6 years6 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Help with Downlight choice- Pleeeaaasssseee

oh ok, only started looking at LED the other day
will call wattsavers tomorrow for some advise
i think you still need electrician for junction boxes but what if you get them…

6 years6 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Help with Downlight choice- Pleeeaaasssseee

i would go to a lighting place and pick which lights you want
and get them to work out the locations, then get the builder to
just fit junction boxes in roof…

6 years6 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
DIY Soakwell Installation

ok at 280 roof area that means the capacity required would be 3.64m3
no expert at this but have done some research and the formula is,
roof space x .013 so 280x.013=3.64m3
the…

6 years6 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
DIY Soakwell Installation

must be very small house? thats only 1.87m3 of storage
do you recall the roof area?

6 years6 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
DIY Soakwell Installation

who is the builder?
mine (celebrations) really made it difficult for me but I ended up getting soakwells by owner in the contract, no mention about voiding warranty
odviously if somethin happend…

6 years6 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
DIY Soakwell Installation

not sure if the info in this thread is 100% correct?
i rang perth DIY soakwells and he said you still need to work out what storage you require as stated…

7 years7 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Quick Step Laminate Colonial range

actually that $48 was from a supplier over the net, i asked for colonial, they said its 10mm, i queried that and they confirmed its 10mm?? was confused as i…

7 years7 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Quick Step Laminate Colonial range

gizmoe can you give some tips as to prep work for laying the laminate to get as little as possible of that horrible hollow sound?
thanks

7 years7 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Quick Step Laminate Colonial range

so an engineered board is better than solid?
FYI that $48 sqm for quick-step is from carpet court and its being pushed and promoted "as seen on tv THE BLOCK" so…

7 years7 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Show me your kitchen...

clifo those boards look great, what are they?

7 years7 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Greenwood strand woven bamboo floor

can i ask how much you got quoted?

7 years7 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Quick Step Laminate Colonial range

thanks taki
gizmoe obviously you lay floors for a living
when you say $60 is cheap i think why go laminate in the first place?
you can get solid bamboo for $56sqm,…

7 years7 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Quick Step Laminate Colonial range

got one price today to supply board only for $48sqm
$20 more than the laminate board I was originally looking at

7 years7 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
direct sticking laminate boards

what is the reason behind not supposed to direct stick?
what is the best prep for concrete floor to eliminate the hollownes as much as possible?
thanks

7 years7 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
site works cost in Harrisdale

who out there has or is building in Harrisdale Perth
what were your site works costings?
cheers

7 years7 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Quick Step Laminate Colonial range

that's great, what was the underlay used?
was this layed on concrete?
thanks

7 years7 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
direct sticking laminate boards

i know thats not what they are meant for but has anyone actually direct stuck a laminate to concrete?
main thing for me is that hollow sound, direct stick would eliminate…

7 years7 yearslukasfablukasfab posted:
Quick Step Laminate Colonial range

taki that looks great, obviously its a floating floor?
please tell me if you get that hollow sound from them, a quick search show they are 9.5mm
others are 12mm would this…

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