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Sir Snagger

Greater Bunbury Area
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21 d21 dSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Bankrupt Builder on partially finished house

This is my gut take on the situation. Only thing I've discovered that would need to e considered is the Indemnity Insurance if selling up within 7 years, which…

22 d22 dSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Bankrupt Builder on partially finished house

Thanks for the blog tip - I'll def check it out. I did do some searches but didn't find much that was overly relevant.

22 d22 dSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Bankrupt Builder on partially finished house

Hi all. I'm looking for any experiences from people who have been in a similar situation. A family member is currently in the unenviable position of having had their…

4 years4 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Como Perth - Some Progress

Progress is good. Keep it coming. :)

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Auto Off Wall Outlet Devices

Hi All! I saw a while back on a "daily specials website" a device that you would plug into the wall and then you'd plug your different charging devices into…

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Como Perth - Some Progress

Looking forward to seeing the progress on both projects!

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Sink Strainer Plugs Not Holding Water

Nice work Karen. I'm finding that the extra large and cheap rubber plug is working best for us at the moment. Not a glamorous accessory, but it's usually covered in…

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Sink Strainer Plugs Not Holding Water

Thanks for the tips. I did try the replacement plug from Bunnings and that leaked too, but not the replacement plug/waster combo. Ended up buying one of their $3 big…

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Sink Strainer Plugs Not Holding Water

Hi folks! I've done a quick search and I only found one topic that even comes close to what I want to ask from 2010!
I've got your standard Stainless…

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Honed concrete interior finish - How it works?

Hi just curious to hear about how this went? Good results? Pics? I assume this is on a standard concrete floorand not a specially poured floor?

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Walk in Pantry

Yep. House is concrete with double brick and 31 course ceilings in the kitchen & living area's.

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Snaggers Home - FINISHED & MOVED IN!!!

Thanks xxkatxx! To be honest, I'm not sure of it's proper name. It was done as part of the landscaping package. Very similar to the stuff on this website:http://www.linkedge.com.au. Good…

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Snaggers Home - FINISHED & MOVED IN!!!

Here's a quick couple of pics of the front and back yard which are a bit more recent;


And a couple of the apples we got a couple of months back;
Will…

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Show me your garden!!

This was my front yard when freshly finished in July 2012;

And the Back garden in September 2012;
The fruit tree's from left to right are Blood Orange, Golden Delicious Apple, Tahitan…

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Snaggers Home - FINISHED & MOVED IN!!!

So, I've been busy...very busy lately! Busy at work with no photo's to upload, and then busy at home with no time to interwebs. But anyways, less blab, more show!
I've…

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
fruit trees for the garden

I won't claim to be an expert, but from talking to someone I know who has a nursery, we were originally looking at getting dwarf fruit trees for our place…

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Walk in Pantry

I have gone over idea's like this myself but being a brick wall, I don't think I could make that work without major changes (instead of just the opening being…

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Walk in Pantry

So we're getting closer to being back in our place and we've done some more thinking about the pantry idea's. What do you folk reckon of the following ideas?


We came…

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Snaggers Home - FINISHED & MOVED IN!!!

Hi EmyN. I've gotten luck with the tenants. Both the first guy to rent and the current family have been great. They've all looked after it really well and the…

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Snaggers Home - FINISHED & MOVED IN!!!

So we finally got our rangehood installed yesterday along with some new lights for the living area's and out the front. It was worth every $ we spent on it.…

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Pantries - What does and doesn't work?

I like it. That's my idea of how it should be setup. My other half isn't convinced that the appliances should be able to be used in there instead of…

5 years5 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Samsung Smart Window

Wouldn't it be nice. Maybe one day when automation really starts taking off in the mainstream these will become a more commonplace feature.

6 years6 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Pantries - What does and doesn't work?

Definitely a design from someone who has done it before. Sounds like a great way to set it up. Something I would consider doing to my dingy little pantry if…

6 years6 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Pantries - What does and doesn't work?

That's a good idea, keeping the christmas tree in the pantry! At what heights are you shelves at? I'm guessing they'd be similar to me plans which have mine spaced…

6 years6 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Pantries - What does and doesn't work?

Thats good to hear. Thats what I'm hoping to achieve with our plans. Good to see the measurements on your shelf depths. Would you make either one deeper or shallow…

6 years6 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Pantries - What does and doesn't work?

I'm glad I found this post. This is pretty much exactly what I've imagined for the small pantry reno I want to do at my place when we move back…

6 years6 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Snaggers Home - FINISHED & MOVED IN!!!

So the outdoor blind has been installed and I'm pretty impressed with the finished product. Good job done by the guys at Bozzy shade blinds (I hope I'm not breaking…

6 years6 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Cafe Blinds - Perth

So I finally got around to checking out the blind I had installed at my place. Here's a quick couple of pics. I'm pretty impressed with the quality of the…

6 years6 yearsSir SnaggerSir Snagger posted:
Cafe Blinds - Perth

Not really unless there is something unique about where you're planning on putting them. The Crank and Clip sort are essentially bolted above the window or to a rafter and…

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Hi All. Just signed up to yet another forum, (albiet, this one isn't about 4WD's!) and thought I'd say g'day.
I have just started the process of building my first…

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