Home
Pros
Forum
  • About
  • Register
  • Contact
InboxSent
MembersPros
WatchingStarredHistory
nh
322 Posts
Silver Member

Follow
322PostsMost Active Topics

nh

Joined 24 September 2008
Silver Member
9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
fencing cost

hi, klscomps
thanks for the insightful advice. we'll use a fencing company, see what happen. will certainly to report here.
nh

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
fencing cost

hi, everyone
just thought who can give me some advice re the fencing: -
our next door (vacant land) is sold recently, but take 90 days to settle, the previous owner understandably…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
fencing cost

sorry, guys, what i meant was the fencer will definitely use treated pines, rather than anything else - non-treated. but hoffie was right, i'd better specify or confirm with them.

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
The Story of Stormy's Castle. *Loooooong overdue update*

congratulation, stormy, finally!
i am in the stage of "after hand-over", so get excited ::smile:: :z: :z:

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
fencing cost

thanks, hoffies.
would love not to have the sleepers if it's okay, wondering why people want it - the rationale behind it

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
EXCAVATION/LEVELLING COSTS

hey bel, i am thinking of the same thing as we were told our clay sort of soil is no good for any decent gardening (i want a small vegie…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
fencing cost

:: ::
hey, hoffies, so it has to be treated pine, the fencer can't be using otherwise, can they?
nh

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
help! Concrete over termite barrier and silt pits

what? is this going to be a worry? well, i thought they are all covered, where is the termite mesh? i thought it's just a spray thing (we built with…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
fencing cost

thlo wrote:
I am no expert but timber in soil is asking for trouble in terms of termites.

One other option is, to use timber fence but with steel post, then it…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
fencing cost

hi, woodsey
my house - tiler is doing the tiling at the moment, carpet going in late next week, driveway and side/back path concreting should be finished mid next week if…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
fencing cost

thank everyone, thlo, maybe because you are in sydney (great to be in sydney i "colourbond terms" :lol: ), in Melb, seems to be anywhere…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
fencing cost

i got a quote today: 1.8m high colour bond with sleeper underneath cost just over $86 per meter, but if i chose no wooden sleeper underneath, just 1.8m high coloubond,…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
fencing cost

thanks, everyone for your reply!
elastic, do u mind PM me your mate's deail?
buildingadreamhome, i'm tempted to do that but thought may be a bit over the top :P

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
fencing cost

we have a dilema here, one side of the neighbour wants coloubond fence, but another side of the neighbour wants plain timber.
we would like the colourbond as almost everyone is…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
who has a Hog Bristle 1/2 glass splashback pleeeze show me

meza, our splashback will stay the way it is - as the hog britsle won't show on my clear glass - tiny bit if any. so we have to take…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
Need help urgently - rangehood venting in a double storey h

hey, overwhelmed
just wondering what is the path that they do your vent, i mean, the silver collapsible one, where is the path they are laying the tube?
ps, i need to…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
Splash back colour disapointed or not ?

I doubt even the fulll hog bristle may not show through the clear glass.
mr impression is it has to be sth htat's much darker
nh

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
URGENT: Inviolation of 4386.2.1996 - what does this mean?

would be very interested to know what exactly is the standard, if it is a requirement of the law, then builders should comply.
i am wonderinh why many builders don't take…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
Splash back colour disapointed or not ?

if u wouldn't mind paying the extra $$$, yes, go with starfire, it will reflect your chosen colour, alternatively, if you with a really dark colour n clear glass, it…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
Need help urgently - rangehood venting in a double storey h

hey joey
that's a great idea! hmmm, how do u think the rumpus room wall on the alfresco, i am thinking of that area beign utilised as a outdoor barbie or…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
Need help urgently - rangehood venting in a double storey h

yep, there are words there say "vent for rangehood".
nh

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
Need help urgently - rangehood venting in a double storey h

thanks for the link - i will add it to my favorites - to refer to it later.
yes, that's the problem, the length, i knew for any rangehood duct, if…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
Need help urgently - rangehood venting in a double storey h

hi there
yes, mine elevation D has got that vent for rangehood thingie there, but i know it's not for rangehood
nh

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
Need help urgently - rangehood venting in a double storey h

see mine below, the smaller one being the vent, the bigger one is for cooling:

Need help urgently - rangehood venting in a double storey h
9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
Need help urgently - rangehood venting in a double storey h

hi there
the ss told us that all appliances are going to be only installed after the handover due to possible stealing issues, so i have no clue of it, i…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
Need help urgently - rangehood venting in a double storey h

also, you are only at lockup stage, they should be able to add the flue in now, (have they plastered yet?)
nh

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
Need help urgently - rangehood venting in a double storey h

hi, overwhelmed
i feel for you. as i am of the view it should all be vented outside, you might try adn call vcat or something so thay they can lead…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
Need help urgently - rangehood venting in a double storey h

joey
i can't believe yours is considered an old build? how they logically make it plausible ::surprise::
did u mean, your brookvale is 1st or 2nd…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
Need help urgently - rangehood venting in a double storey h

hi, joeygbh
thanks for that information, our one is surely new builds :lol: , so they should, isn't it?
as u know, i am building a brookvale,…

9 years9 yearsnhnh posted:
Need help urgently - rangehood venting in a double storey h

hi, overwhelmed,
just wondering how did u go yesterday about this issue?
hope everything is alright adn your ss is accormmodating.
let us know
nh

More
Joined homeone
24 September 2008

Australia's largest home building and renovation
community with over 1.7 million posts

Home
Pros
Forum
Start a new topic
About
Advertise
Contact Homeone
All comments made express the views and opinions of the author and not the Administrators, Support nor Homeone Australia & New Zealand
© Homeone Australia & New Zealand All Rights Reserved ‎2001 - 2018

Australia's largest home building and
renovation community
Homeone
About

Terms
Privacy

Follow homeone on FacebookFollow homeone on TwitterFollow homeone on Google+
All comments made express the views and opinions of the author and not the Administrators, Support nor Homeone Australia & New Zealand
© Homeone Australia & New Zealand All Rights Reserved ‎2001 - 2018