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2 years2 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
freestanding vs underbench oven

One big thing with the freestanding ovens is the repair cost if a part fails underneath the gas burners. If the part that fails is an electrical part then you…

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
electrical question

Sorry, i know this is a few months old. Installing a phone point shouldn't be too bad. The sparky should take a cable from the another phone point elsewhere in…

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Would Any Project Builders Allow You To Do Own Electrical?

Im an electeician and my wife and I are building with Dennis family homes and have had no trouble with them letting me do my own electrical work for the…

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Anyone with brick and weatherboard facade?

My wife and I are building a house with the facade to be brick and weatherboard. We had our minds set on Boral Elan Rouge but had forgot about the…

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3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Double glaze windows and a warmer winter?

Stewie, we're building in Shepparton, Victoria. In winter we get a quite a few 1, 2 degree mornings and a couple of below zero mornings.

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Renovating our 1960's modernist home [project thread]

Haha. We're in central victoria so the mornings can be quite fresh in winter. No worries, ill look into it.

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Renovating our 1960's modernist home [project thread]

I can imagine how much fun that would be. I've laid a bit of the under tile like yours before but never saw what happened after it was laid. I'm…

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Renovating our 1960's modernist home [project thread]

That's an amazing turn around, nice job! What did you do after laying the floor heating? Did you pour self leveller over the top before laying tiles or tile directly…

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Electrician wiring your own house.

Thanks, stewie.

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Double glaze windows and a warmer winter?

Awesome to hear. Thanks!

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Electrician wiring your own house.

In your working time, what sort of lighting ideas have you come across? Have any customers asked you to install something other than the standard pendant or downlight?

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Double glaze windows and a warmer winter?

Just wondering if anyone has built a house with double glaze windows and if they have noticed their house staying warmer for longer in winter? I'm in the early stages…

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Electrician wiring your own house.

I'm an electrician and will be wiring my own new house soon. Just wanted to know if there are any other sparkys who have wired their own new house and…

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Electrician/owner for your own build.

Hey, everyone. My wife and I are in the early stages of getting a house sorted out with Dennis family homes. I'm an electrician and have had the electrical part…

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Self levelling concrete. Anyone know cost?

Thanks for the info. We're not locked into tiles but that what we want in there. It doesnt matter so much that they might feel cold since there's going to…

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Self levelling concrete. Anyone know cost?

Thanks, Bob. And you found it easy enough to pour?

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Double glaze windows and a warmer winter?

Just wondering if anyone has built a house with double glaze windows and if they have noticed their house staying warmer for longer in winter? I'm in the early stages…

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Solar hot water service - roof sensor

As en electrician, I've never seen it ran down the outside of the wall. I've only seen it come out of the brickwork with the water pipes. Don't know if…

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
HOMEONE FORUM GUIDE AND FAQ.

Hi, vanderlay. I've only just found out about this forum while looking to build a house. Great forum by the way. I noticed the section you have about downlights is…

3 years3 yearsMute88Mute88 posted:
Self levelling concrete. Anyone know cost?

My wife and I are in the early pre contract stages of getting a house built. I'm looking at installing undertile heating in the ensuite and bathroom and want to…

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