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notremaison

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Joined 8 April 2010
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8 months8 monthsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Links- Benchtops

Well here's ours just installed using Dekton. Install was 3160mm long and 1250mm wide (think a single slab can go to 3200mm).
We've previously had Caesarstone 40mm and 20mm installed…

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8 months8 monthsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
External Motor Rangehoods? Marketing or Fact

We just installed the Qasair NDCH100L2B Undermount 1000m Wide Rangehood with 2 x external vents. Much quieter and sucks a lot more of the smell out. Each motor seems to…

5 years5 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Tap timer with more than 7 days

Can I ask why more than 7 days? Isn't it just a 7 day cycle? I'm running two different ones that are just connected to tap pressure.

5 years5 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
opticom again....

Hmmmm just thinking about mine it was because I'd lost internet and TV.

5 years5 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
opticom again....

Yes Opticomm are quite hard to get. Trick with ours was go via the ISP, is yours a fibre connection? Once the ISP diagnosed that nothing was at fault at…

5 years5 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Opticomm - Would you choose Telstra?

Hi dav0j, we're Opticomm with Iinet as the Fibre provider. Very good support and I get 1Tb (500Gb Peak + 500Gb off peak) data. Never been close to maxing that…

5 years5 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Outdoor Screens

We used http://www.entanglements.com.au/ have a fairly big range, nice work on yours crazyk!

5 years5 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Frypan - Removable Handle

Yes guess they all use similar technology. Ours is still non stick after about 18 months and surface is still really good.
The evenness of the heat on ours has…

5 years5 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Frypan - Removable Handle

Woll - not cheap but you'll never use another fry pan again. We bought two and not Teflon coated, they use some other method.

5 years5 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Anyone built a DIY shed?

I've built decks, renovated houses and hands down the most frustrating thing I've ever built was the DIY shed. Metal is so flimsy and so were all the brackets etc…

6 years6 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
New kitchen costs

Check out eBay aswell you would be suprised what you can get off there. We just bought a beautiful kitchen off there, no benchtops or appliances. There's also companies selling…

6 years6 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Toy room organisation/inspiration- Show us your toy room!

Some more decal ideas for you ;) We actually used those same Ikea cabinets as in the above post in this room but glued in the…

6 years6 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Multi Room Audio Help

Hey MrsG are you building or have an existing house? Things like Sonos 3 and 5 may suit for your in room music much more simply and could be cheaper…

6 years6 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Advice required - Double Storey

We went with a volume builder and found a design they only did off plans no display etc We wanted all 4 rooms upstairs and then living/open plan down stairs…

6 years6 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Advice needed - small home theatre room in new build

Quite sure our theatre room is around 4m x 4m and 110" wall mount screen is perfect. Need to just check if the throw of the projector will suit shorter…

6 years6 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
3D Plasma / LED / LCD / Projector - Is it for you

This was July 29th
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/br ... 6687631987
Foxtel ditches 3D due to lack of interest
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6 years6 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Help! Tender with Henley?

Even when you think you now have the paperwork sorted, triple check and quadruple check the options and inclusions. Ours had slight changes, no biggy although some cupboards would have…

6 years6 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Vertical gardens

I've found these now and been in contact with them, interesting as you can put a lot more volume of soil and remove them also. I have a 9m x…

6 years6 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Henley ....things to know before signing on the dotted line?

We just had a problem with our Alfresco also. Guy fixing it said quite common, they used too small flushing for the surface area of the roof so when it…

6 years6 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Help me find anything to do with New York!

You just reminded me to update my post after it was finished, a few further finishing touches since we finished it. viewtopic.php?f=19&t=27222&p=1010232#p1010232
They did have the…

6 years6 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Lots of ideas! - outdoor feature wall

Just realised I never put up the finished result

Lots of ideas!  - outdoor feature wall
6 years6 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Vertical gardens

Join a group on Facebook called Grow Food Not Lawns. Some of the best ideas you'll ever see, lots of vertical gardens, old windows made in to greenhouses, re-purposed pallets.
A…

6 years6 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Help me find anything to do with New York!

We've made an Eiffel Tower version in to a feature screen that lights up at the back fence. Here's a NY version (they used to have a big New York…

6 years6 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
vacant block, how to know who owns it to offer?

Hi, I'm quite sure I tracked one down from here http://australia.gov.au/services/servic ... les-search
Just need s log in and fairly cheap to lookup and I think they…

7 years7 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Henley ....things to know before signing on the dotted line?

Just remember it's all a 'process' they've done a million times and they're their to sell. Such as they don't give you pricing on the options before you do the…

7 years7 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Pink paint

Hi VMR, here's some pics of a room I put together for our little one about a month and a half ago. Colour was Dulux Lily Legs Half Matte. The…

7 years7 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Brick Planter Box - Sealing and Drainage

Hi Vanders, I just used the water Betta gripset bitumen rubber on the inside of mine. Think I read about it on another forum. Just used a brush to slap…

7 years7 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
We are stuck...bad valuation

We bought a property at a really good price a few years ago now. Full renovated 2 bedroom off street car park in a small block. Perfect investment, we went…

7 years7 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Top Dressing / Levelling

Did anyone have a go at this in the end? I've let mine grow a bit long now and thinking all the new soil will sit below and even out.…

7 years7 yearsnotremaisonnotremaison posted:
Is 110 inch scrren too close at 4m?

Mine's about bang on 4m with a 110". Almost perfect size any bigger would have been too big. Should have put it further back but the builder put a heating…

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