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2 years2 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Replacing Internal Doors

I'm looking at getting two internal doors replaced as they are damaged. They are timber veneer hollow core doors, 720mm and 770mm wide.
What I'm after is someone that can…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Which Garden Shed

I'm in the process of buying a garden shed and can't decide on which brand to get.
I'm tossing between an Absco or a Durabuilt EasyShed.
Can anyone give me some advice…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Help with Leather Dining Chairs

We have brown leather dining chairs we bought from Nick Scali about 4 months ago (name of chairs is Branson).
Over the weekend our nephew stayed over and put some…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Experience with Sett Homes

Hi Shash,
Sounds good. Looking at their website, they do have a few nice designs there. Good luck with it!
The knockdown-rebuild is actually my parents house in Wetherill Park.…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Experience with Sett Homes

Hi Shash,
yeah, everything has been good. As with any build, there are minor problems post construction, but Sett has been good in addressing them. the only problem is…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Experience with Sett Homes

Hi Shash,
It's weird that Joe hasn't got back to you yet. I actually visited his office this morning and it was buzzing with activity. I know he's brought…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Experience with Sett Homes

Thanks Shash.
Generally everything has been great. Just a few little things, but nothing major.
With all the moving and unpacking, haven't had time to take any pics. Just waiting…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Pendant Light for Void

Looks good.
Which C-U C-Me pendant did you end up getting?

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Experience with Sett Homes

Hahahaha... I know what you mean.
We're still waiting on the blinds to come, but in the meantime we have paper and old curtains up around the house.
Then there's…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Experience with Sett Homes

As Maverick said, it all depends on the inclusions allowed for in the tender. One tender may be cheaper, but may not have the inclusions as the second tender…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Help with freshly stained stairs

We just got the clear coat applied to our newly stained stairs. It was still slightly tacky and one of my kids put a foot on the bottom tread, so…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Help with freshly stained stairs

We just got the clear coat applied to our newly stained stairs. It was still slightly tacky and one of my kids put a foot on the bottom tread,…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Experience with Sett Homes

Ah ok. Good luck with the build.
Happy times ahead with the baby and the house!

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Experience with Sett Homes

Where are you building?
I assume your builder is Sett?

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Experience with Sett Homes

what stage are you at with your build Skyler?

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Experience with Sett Homes

Thanks for the comments guys.
Shash, the bricks are Topaz, which are a slight upgrade from the standard. I think it was one of the cheaper upgrades for the bricks.…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Experience with Sett Homes

Oh yeah, here are some updates from the build
Garage door installed
Front door installed
Front door stained

Kitchen installed

Loving the undermount sink

Void light installed and most of the glass balustrade installed

Bathroom vanity
Ensuite…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Experience with Sett Homes

From memory it was around 3-4 weeks. But then i kept adding things and changing things, so all up probably close to 8 weeks before we finally signed on…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Experience with Sett Homes

Have you tried calling him and speaking to him?
He recently moved to a new office, so maybe things are still being setup. Try calling him again and…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Pendant Light for Void

Here are some photos with the light installed.
The house is still being completed and you'll noticed that there is one glass panel on the balustrade that is missing, the stairs…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Please Help With Internal Wall Colour

We are trying to choose the right grey colour for the internal walls of our new house. We originally chose Taubmans Grey Cliff, which we thought was a light…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Experience with Sett Homes

Check their website Shash. Www.setthomes.com.au

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Staining Maple Stairs

Thanks Pheonix.
Those stairs look really nice, but the stain would be too dark for us, especially when we are staining the risers as well. The stairs in the photo…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Polyurethane Kitchen. PLEASE HELP

Hi Splashers,
thanks for the recommendation. We did have a look at Namadji and even bought a sample pot, but thought it was more like an off brown, so didn't…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Staining Maple Stairs

Not sure if I've got this in the right section.
Anyway, we're currently building a house and have to decide on the stain to use for the stairs. The stairs…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Pendant Light for Void

Hey Mark, those prices are from Kezu directly.
If you are in Sydney, then you can go to their showroom in Alexandria. I got the prices when I went to…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Pendant Light for Void

For the large 1000mm one we paid around $1,500. The medium one is $800 I think and the small one is around $450

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Pendant Light for Void

Thanks for your help Andrew. I will definitely put up pics when we install the light. Can't wait ;)
Mark, the light is called C-U…

5 years5 yearsMikeannMikeann posted:
Elizabeth Hills

Another update.
The bricking, rendering and roofing has all been done. Basically the external of the house is all done, now it's time for the internals :)

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