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Joined 4 December 2023
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3 d3 downerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Staged payment request BUT work not done as per contract

1) I had requested R6 ceiling insualtion batts, however I noticed that on some areas there are huge gaps which will allow hot air to sweep in, and also noticed…

11 d11 downerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Floor Plan Questions

You can upload the image directly here, that url you sent is full of spam ADs

11 d11 downerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Acrylic garage doors? Anyone?

Thanks, that was helpful information!

12 d12 downerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Building Inspector recommendation in South Australia?

Adam Baines
Grad Cert Bldg Surv / Grad Dip Bldg Surv / MSAAPA

Accredited Building Professional APB20210035
Builders Lic 183023
Pest Control Lic 84868

Ph 0412202336
PO Box 1083 Campbelltown SA 5074
Email:

12 d12 downerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Acrylic garage doors? Anyone?

I saw this cool garage door but it’s in acrylic and doesn’t support putting thermal insulation on it.
Wanted to know pros and cons of it , if anyone…

Acrylic garage doors? Anyone?
23 d23 downerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Long hallway lighting suggestions

Where were you all these months! I will check this one with the Gyprocker.
While I have you here, let me ask you a quick question....
Do you have actual pictures of…

25 d25 downerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Long hallway lighting suggestions

Mine IS close to 12m, its around 11.95m including the 5 90mm studs

I do not see the control joint you mentioned in this report

1 month1 monthownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Insulation question new build

Could of questions about insulation:
1 ) I have R6 ceiling insulation batts all over, and R2.5 to the external walls EXCEPT my garage external walls
They are…

1 month1 monthownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Long hallway lighting suggestions

Only Skylight I would install is one with electricity, do not want to cut holes in the roof... (

1 month1 monthownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Data Points

You connect the switch to the modem via RJ45 cable, and then attach whatever devices you want to the switch.
As for getting interconnectivity, you need to configure that on the…

1 month1 monthownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Data Points

Yes, thats what a network switch does...

1 month1 monthownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Long hallway lighting suggestions

I have a really long hallway which is 1100mm W x 11500mm L
I would appreciate if anyone can give suggestions to light it up with Linear LED lights that goes…

1 month1 monthownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Hall Way Lighting Suggestion

I have a really long hallway which is 1100mm W x 11500mm L
I would appreciate if anyone can give suggestions to light it up with Linear LED lights that goes…

2 months2 monthsownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Back-flow Prevention Valve ?

You have been of great help mate!
I will find out what to look out for

2 months2 monthsownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Back-flow Prevention Valve ?

Sorry to bother you, could you please suggest any non electric bidet which meets this requirement of 25mm gap?
I looked at this one
https://www.bunnings.com.au/evekare-wat ...…

2 months2 monthsownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Back-flow Prevention Valve ?

That was knowledgeable information
The plumber said , it’s not easy to do the back overflow valve now that the walls are done!

2 months2 monthsownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Back-flow Prevention Valve ?

Bunnings informed this would do the job
https://www.bunnings.com.au/kinetic-chr ... r_p4920512

2 months2 monthsownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Back-flow Prevention Valve ?

My walls are in and roof is done
I want to install Bidet seat, and its a requirement to install a Back-flow Prevention Valve
Can this be installed now, how difficult is…

2 months2 monthsownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Cracks in slab!

Gutters were fixed

2 months2 monthsownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Cracks in slab!

No water around the slab edges, the gutters were fixed , yes
But I noticed these cracks after those heavy rains, and the gutters were only fixed AFTER the rain

2 months2 monthsownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Cracks in slab!

I checked slab edge, no honeycombing , no cracks on the slab edges
The gutters were broken and the water was falling off from it on the sides…

2 months2 monthsownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Foil wrap not done before brickwork

I am in the same situation, would you be able to give some insights in to this?
I am in SA

2 months2 monthsownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Cracks in slab!

Slab was poured in June, and cracks have started to appear from last 1 month, some have remained the same, some keep extending week by week.
The most recent ones happened…

2 months2 monthsownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Is this pillar correctly done?

Problem pillar

Is this pillar correctly done?
2 months2 monthsownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Is this pillar correctly done?

Correctly done Pillar

Is this pillar correctly done?
2 months2 monthsownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Brick Problems - Acid Burn?

I am not a brick expert, but rendering would be 1 option, it would be costly to do the entire house though....

2 months2 monthsownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
Is this pillar correctly done?

This plate is part of garage door frame , there is one on each side

After the brickies did their job, one of the plates completely sits on the Pillar, while…

2 months2 monthsownerinproblemownerinproblem posted:
In this forum we often rightly criticise builders....

What does this have to do with my ceiling?
And if I am happy with my decision then who are you to complain about?
Your logic keeps getting retarted and Your…

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