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Joined 12 January 2019
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7 d7 dSRK114SRK114 posted:
Crack above sliding door

Hey guys,
Moved in a few months ago to a new house and have just noticed this crack above a sliding door that goes out to the alfresco. I don’t…

20 d20 dSRK114SRK114 posted:
Gap between eves/fascia and roof tiles

Hey guys,
We have recently moved into our new house and are dealing with mice in the roof. When setting traps up there we noticed a lot of sunlight coming in.…

Gap between eves/fascia and roof tiles
2 months2 monthsSRK114SRK114 posted:
Floating timber floor in kitchen - trying to avoid scotia

This makes sense, thank you! Hopefully it all goes smoothly.

2 months2 monthsSRK114SRK114 posted:
Engineered flooring options

Hey, it was about $115 not including installation. Pretty expensive

3 months3 monthsSRK114SRK114 posted:
Floating timber floor in kitchen - trying to avoid scotia

Thanks for the advice. We were told the kickboards can't be removed easily, hence putting more over the top. With this in mind do you think the end panels would…

3 months3 monthsSRK114SRK114 posted:
Floating timber floor in kitchen - wanting to avoid scotia

Hi everyone,
I posted this in the general forum but was advised to move to the kitchen section for more specific advice.
We are installing floors post handover (floating timber), and we've…

Floating timber floor in kitchen - wanting to avoid scotia
3 months3 monthsSRK114SRK114 posted:
Engineered flooring options

Thanks so much for your reply. We've finally put a deposit down and selected the matte finish in blackbutt. Fingers crossed

3 months3 monthsSRK114SRK114 posted:
Floating timber floor in kitchen - trying to avoid scotia

Hi everyone,
We are installing floors post handover (floating timber), and we've just had our measurement done. We want to avoid using scotia around the kitchen as we've managed to get…

Floating timber floor in kitchen - trying to avoid scotia
6 months6 monthsSRK114SRK114 posted:
Engineered flooring options

Hi everyone,
We are getting engineered timber flooring (can't do solid on current budget / height restrictions) and we are tossing up between Quick Step and Boral, either in Blackbutt or…

6 months6 monthsSRK114SRK114 posted:
Slab crumbling?

Up close the bricks are shocking. Espresso colour and most are chipped exposing bright orange underneath. I have emailed my SS about both issues and will update this post following

6 months6 monthsSRK114SRK114 posted:
Slab crumbling?

Thanks for the reply. It is a house and land package so makes things a bit more complicated in terms of inspections, but will chat to the supervisor tomorrow.
I’m…

6 months6 monthsSRK114SRK114 posted:
Slab crumbling?

I am currently in the process of building. I went out to check on progress today and noticed the slab appeared to have a honeycomb effect on one of the…

Slab crumbling?

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