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paddy

Canberra
Joined 9 May 2008
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4 years4 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Wood Pellet Heaters

I am looking into wood pellett stoves myself and a great looking one i have come across is www.Rika.at/en/B2C out of Austria.
Great efficiency 92%, look great and…

6 years6 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Hill House - far south coast

Glorious looking style of table steve and even at 3.5m in length it's proportions look superb.
Congrats again, cheers Michael

6 years6 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Hill House - far south coast

More pics of that table please steve....drooling as i type.
Who did the great job with the table I adore it, I am currently looking at getting one done for our…

7 years7 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Actron airconditioning in Canberra

Hi DTB,
pm sent
Cheers Michael

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Flooring Heights & Vinyl Plank

Ash/mickve,
The wife likes the look of the multipurpose trim to get a good colourmatch, so we will be using that.
Ash,thanks again for the advice regarding the powerstretcher disclaimer.
Cheers Michael

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Flooring Heights & Vinyl Plank

Hi Ash,
I am using Karndean also and would like your opinion on which 'nap-lock bar' to use on my transition zones.Are some better to use or are they much a…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
bathroom electrical question - GPO's

My sparky informed me it was 50cm only last week.
Cheers Michael :D

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
FOR SALE Panasonic (250GB hdd dual recorder)

Sorry mods please move to classifieds section :oops: :oops: :oops:

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
FOR SALE Panasonic (250GB hdd dual recorder)

FOR SALE I have a Panasonic dmr-xw350(250Gb hdd dual recorder)
It came with the Panasonic TV promo and has never been opened,BRAND NEW.
Asking $625.00 + postage or will…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Naming of estates/suburbs

Hi Felistopher,
Could not agree more with your comment on history.
I am currently engrossed with the design competition of Canberra 1911 onwards.
Walter Burley Griffin and his wife Marion produced a…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Naming of estates/suburbs

Francis Michael Forde, PC
Prime Minister 6 July to 13 July 1945.
Frank Forde became the 15th prime minister after the death of John Curtin.
He was prime minister for all of 8…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
V- seal the ultimate draught stop

Stumbled across this product while researching many a thing for my new house.
Funny enough 3M do not stock this product in its range :shock:

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
alarm sensors

I am currently obtaining quotes on alarm systems.( Ness control panel)
Most installers are saying that they use Digitech sensors.
Is there really a difference with them. I am wanting to use…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Review of Hills Alarm System installed by Smart Wiring Aust.

Hi WBA
Thanks for the review hoping you have not had reason to use it.
I am looking at a Ness alarm system and my alarm guy uses digitech sensors, saying they…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Time to make decisions...............

Yep, I went and got the sample pots this morning - the HB 1/2 is quite light. I'll probably do a second coat before I take a good look at…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Time to make decisions...............

Thanks Michelle and Kerrin62 for your opinions, they have been really helpful.
We saw the Carlisle bricks for the first time yesterday, and realised they were actually darker than they looked…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Time to make decisions...............

Yes, for the feature wall I would consider it. DH likes Dulux rusted crimson (A79), but I'm not sure if this would be too dark? Would it go with coconut…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Time to make decisions...............

Thanks so much Michelle, it's good to get a second opinion. We really liked the Carlisle colour bricks, and with the white windows, thought a light roof rather than a…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Time to make decisions...............

HI Michelle,
Sorry about that, I didn't realise the Tundra wasn't on the website - we've been using the brochures as a guide. It must be a new colour and they…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Time to make decisions...............

Carlisle

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Time to make decisions...............

Hi Michelle
Could you please give me your expert opinion on this colour combination.
Austral brick- Whitsunday range (Carlisle- released around 3 months ago) cannot change brick colour by DW orders. Off…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Tilt and turn window coverings

Good question I have not chased it up also. ::dizzy::
I am hoping to use the luxaflex "duette shades" or something similiar so hope their suitable.

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Colonial or Bullnose Skirtings and Architraves

Upgraded skirting/architraves from standard(68x12) to half splayed 90x18 skirting and standard(42x12) to 67x18 architraves = $600.00.
Price of standard cornice upgrade to csr 75mm symphony= $1500.00 (I'll pass on…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Expanding foam around windows before architraves

Thanks Ed.....So potential problems can occur when you are trying to improve your house's efficiency.
Surprising foam could cause potentially that much damage :o
So Ed…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
Expanding foam around windows before architraves

Can any foam in a can be used or is a specific product recommended?
I might check my window supplier or Ed can you enlighten us.
Cheers Michael

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
2400 window height with a 2550 ceiling

Builder has gotten back and informed me I can have 2340 height.

Anyway I will not lose any sleep over 60mm. 8)
Cheers Michael

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
2400 window height with a 2550 ceiling

Thanks all for your replies.
I will have to speak with the builder and get the engineer to come up with max size to go with.
Upgrade to 2700 high ceilings $7000.00…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
2400 window height with a 2550 ceiling

Thanks for that, would you happen to know what would the max height I could squeeze in would be. The windows are custom sized to whatever height requirements I…

8 years8 yearspaddypaddy posted:
2400 window height with a 2550 ceiling

Could anyone shed some light on this setup please.
I would like to use 2400 window heights on the northern side of the house for extra light / aesthetic gain.
Builder says…

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