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12 months12 monthsnemisisnemisis posted:
Sealing a concrete slab roof

We have a small brick construct which houses electrical components for a strata unit block, I'm looking for ideas how to seal the concrete slab roof with some form of…

2 years2 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Apartment re-design by removing wall

Yes, I use Greenshot as well - a fantastic tool.
That looks a lot better - thank you!

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2 years2 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Apartment re-design by removing wall

It was more general advice than anything. Print screen is not effective so I thought I'd offer some advice and help.

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2 years2 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Apartment re-design by removing wall

Rather than use print screen, you can probably use the snipping tool.

2 years2 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Apartment re-design by removing wall

So there is no export/save as option for something like jpg, bmp, etc?

2 years2 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Apartment re-design by removing wall

Thank you very much Louise. Your advice, effort and responses have been much appreciated.
Lastly, for some reason, the .jpg you uploaded has a lot of white space and is missing…

2 years2 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Apartment re-design by removing wall

Yes, full bathroom reno is part of the plan. I'm also thinking about the re-sale value in the future and the idea of catering for a young family who may…

2 years2 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Apartment re-design by removing wall

The initial plan did show the whole flat layout but I've now shown the WM in green in the bathroom. I'd probably prefer it in the kitchen.
Are you able to…

Apartment re-design by removing wall
2 years2 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Apartment re-design by removing wall

Some great ideas.
I currently have the washing machine in the laundry. Do you think it would be better to move it into the kitchen? Maybe replace the DW with a…

2 years2 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Apartment re-design by removing wall

Wow that is fantastic.
The wall is 770mm to the bottom of the 2 windows in that area by the way,
Do you do design for a living?

2 years2 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Apartment re-design by removing wall

Hi,
Looking at floating some ideas of renovating a 2 bedroom Sydney apartment. The apartment is in a 1960's 3 floor walkup on the top floor.
The red highlighted section is a…

Apartment re-design by removing wall
4 years4 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Dropped Ceiling For Electrical Upgrade

Thanks for the advice from all.
A 40-50mm dropped ceiling would be fantastic.
I would like to use some form of lighting which limits the loss of ceiling height.
What sort of down…

4 years4 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Dropped Ceiling For Electrical Upgrade

85mm isn't too bad. Down lights?
The acoustic solution also sounds good.

4 years4 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Dropped Ceiling For Electrical Upgrade

Yes, would love for some photo examples.
I'm looking for some extremely shallow down lights, I want to lose an absolute minimum in ceiling height.

4 years4 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Dropped Ceiling For Electrical Upgrade

Hi,
I own an apartment in a 50's block which has a concrete slab for the ceiling. The current VIR cabling needs to be upgraded. There would be a couple ways…

4 years4 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Changing Balcony Opening Door in Pre-1974 Strata Building

Sydney 1960's Eastern Suburbs Red Brick Strata Block of 12. I am on the OC.
The original timber door/window frames are worn out and have passed there life expentency. They let…

6 years6 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

I agree with you. There isn't much information on this new "innovative product" as well. I think I'll stick with Engineered Timber Oak (4mm veneer).

6 years6 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

How tough is Engineered Timber Oak from getting scratches/dents etc?

6 years6 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

This is what I am referring too

Super Tough European Oak Engineered Timber Flooring
"Super tough timber veneer compressed from 6mm to 2mm, absolutely new innovative product."

6 years6 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

Hmm, it's being marketed as "Super Tough Oak"....5mm oak layer compressed to 1.5mm

6 years6 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

Hi Michelle, yes I know about the sanding, my question is why some are 1.5mm and some are 4mm and higher?

6 years6 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?

Hi Michelle, can you explain the difference between Super Tough Engineered Timber (Oak) and Engineered Timber (Oak) specifically to the top layer veneer thickness. I've seen some places sell either…

I work in flooring - do you have a flooring question?
6 years6 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Engineered Timber - 1.5mm veneer

Can someone explain the difference between Super Tough Engineered Timber (Oak) and Engineered Timber (Oak) specifically to the top layer veneer thickness. I've seen some places sell either a floorboard…

Engineered Timber - 1.5mm veneer
6 years6 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Looking for a Project Manager

Hi, looking for a PM to manage a renovation of a small building in Sydney's eastern suburbs. Building size is 12 units. Any recommendations?

7 years7 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Sydney current bricklaying prices

Anyone?

7 years7 yearsnemisisnemisis posted:
Sydney current bricklaying prices

Hi, what is the current bricklaying prices for Sydney. Standard brick with some extras - 3 storeys, brick over window, etc etc etc

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