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Splashers

Illawarra, NSW
Joined 2 March 2013
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10 months10 monthsSplashersSplashers posted:
Steel Frame Vs Timber Frame

Timber....run from steel if 2 storey

11 months11 monthsSplashersSplashers posted:
Need spare parts for kitchen drawers. Can anyone identify t

From the pictures it looks like your items are from Hafele....It looks the same as the fittings thay used to sell at Masters stores which Hafele supplied

1 year1 yearSplashersSplashers posted:
Paradise Pools - Brightwaters DIY Pools

Hey Guys,
Just wondering if anyone has had any dealings with Paradise Pools in the way they use timber modular pool systems ?
We were looking at one but was after people…

2 years2 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Washing machine in kitchen

The only other question you may need answered if you require a drain in the floor ? or do you have an external door to the kitchen where you can…

3 years3 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Mount Terry Estate - Who has or is buying land

Hi All,
We habe recently bought land in the Mount Terry estate in Albion Park and was just wondering if we have any neighbours using this fantastic website ?

3 years3 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Frameless shower glass panel - does quality vary? Bris recs?

At the end of the day a lot of glazing companies buy sheets of glass which are made in china, america, europe and the middle east and nowadays not much…

3 years3 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Quick, easy (but stylish) shower solutions

Englefield have a corner acrylic shower wall and base combo which you can buy from Masters, or you can also just get sheets of acrylic and use them to tile…

3 years3 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Best Rangehood under $1000

QASAIR are the best and quietest

3 years3 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Splashback advice pleasseeeeeeeeee!!!!!!

This colour is charcoal metalic looks more classy than just standard silver

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
kitchen too big, need help on changing kitchen layout

The one thing i would be worried about is the breakfast bar bench, is it longer than the max length of stone (3000mm) or laminate (3600mm) you wouldn't want a…

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4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Black Kitchen sinks (Franke)

We have had ours for a while now and no scratches at all, much more durable than a stainless sink. After having one i would not go back to any…

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Bathroom Windows - Obscure or Clear?

What about the bedroom ?

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Chaning a Toilet Confusion

They usually tile under the toilet first prior to installation so there should be no foot print issue. S trap toilets go through the floor and P traps go out…

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Bathroom Windows - Obscure or Clear?

Clear Windows definetly, why would bathrooms be any different from our bedroom or lonugeroom windows.

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Cost of Caesarstone vs Laminate Benchtops

Spend the money now on things that can't be changed easily down the track. You can always put in laminate Bench now and in a few years when you can…

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Mirror Splashback

This is a job I have done in the 3 pieces as it was too long

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4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Mirror Splashback

The material used for smokey mirror splashback is 'Mirrastar Glass' which can be toughened and is okay & approved to use in behind cooktops, but its maximum length in single…

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Mirror Splashback

Just google 'Glass Splashback' and add your suburb

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Is this starphire?

Starphire glass has a slight Blue Hue to it & when painted white and in shadow it does show up blueish but not greenish. Going by the photo and the…

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Calling those with black glass splashback

Its no different to wearing black clothes or owning a black car it just shows the dust up a bit more but glass is simple and easy to clean. Just…

Calling those with black glass splashback
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4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Imported kitchens from China!

Ikea kitchens are from china also but the board used contains high levels of carcinogenics. Masters do have a range of DIY kitchens that are good on price and use…

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Sink Selection - should I consider ease of replacement

Have you given any thought to how much water you would need to fill it to wash up in it ?

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Black Kick-boards with White Polyurethane Cabinets

Black kickboards will be a nightmare as they will show up any and all marks & dirt easily

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Living with granite and caesaerstone after real experiences

Natamambo is after a dark colour benchtop, so i would have no hesitation in recommending Granite. I had UBA TUBA which is a darkish colour and we never had any…

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Recommendations for Grey tiles please!!

here are a couple of photos of a bathroom with similar dimensions and grey & white tiles and the stone top vanity. Sorry i cant help on the tile name…

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Internal Laundry - Ventilation

The laws will be different if you have a toilet in the laundry.

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Tiling over existing tiles or not?

Never tile over existing tiles as it allows water to flow between the 2 layers. As stated above there is probably no membrane in the bath area maybe just a…

4 years4 yearsSplashersSplashers posted:
Timpelle vs Knebel

I know both companies well, if you have the choice use Timpelle Kitchens at least they manufacture their own products to install.

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