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8 years8 yearssslcsslc posted:
Plumbing second opnion and advise

Hi,
Talked with the supervisor.
He said that the pipes (drainage) needs to be run under the floor (second floor) and up through the timber (where the wall is) and that this…

8 years8 yearssslcsslc posted:
Plumbing second opnion and advise

Hi Pulpo,
I'm talking about the water drainage. I've got to measure the pipe sizes and it is a 90mm stud wall.
Although from memory I don't recall seeing any studs…

8 years8 yearssslcsslc posted:
Plumbing second opnion and advise

Hi,
Doing a new extension and the builder company who set up the plumbing in my bathroom in their greatest wisdom ran the pipes through the floor for the vanity unit.…

8 years8 yearssslcsslc posted:
Average Cost of standard timber decking per square meter.

Thanks for the advice.
Can you point me in the direction of the other forums with the cost breakdowns.
If I had time to learn and do the work, I would, but…

8 years8 yearssslcsslc posted:
Average Cost of standard timber decking per square meter.

Hi everyone.
I'm now doing some external work and would like to know what the expected cost would be for the standard timber merbau decking per square meter.
I have a…

8 years8 yearssslcsslc posted:
Timber Decking costs per square meter

Hi everyone.
I'm now doing some external work and would like to know what the expected cost would be for the standard timber merbau decking per square meter.
I have…

8 years8 yearssslcsslc posted:
SupaBlue vs Airstep Prime underlay

Thanks to all your expert replies.
They consolidate my thought and give me good comfort and confidence to go with the SupaBlu underlay.
I have ready about ensuring the layer power stretch…

8 years8 yearssslcsslc posted:
SupaBlue vs Airstep Prime underlay

Hi everyone,
This probably has been answered in other forums but I couldn't find a good one to really address the questions of :
1.) Which is more better (defined by durability…

8 years8 yearssslcsslc posted:
Advise about wet plaster boards

THanks mate,
Very wise words of advice.
Did talk with the supervisor and carpenter and he said it'll all dry.
I think I will get him to replace my damaged lights (4 in…

8 years8 yearssslcsslc posted:
Advise about wet plaster boards

Hi,
I've been going through a new first floor extension.
They've just complete the subflooring, put of the new timber framing and roofing.
I've noticed that they haven't put up any tarps onto…

8 years8 yearssslcsslc posted:
Wet Plaster boards (walls and ceiling and sound insulation)

Another friend said they should replace any wet plaster as I don't want any weak plaster on walls and roof or wet damp occuring or mold.
This would mean quite alot…

8 years8 yearssslcsslc posted:
Wet Plaster boards (walls and ceiling and sound insulation)

Hi,
I've been goign through a new first floor extension.
They've just complete the subflooring, put of the new timber framing and roofing.
I've noticed that they haven't put up any tarps onto…

8 years8 yearssslcsslc posted:
Whats a decent value for money sound proofing material :Melb

Hi,
It was angelstep. Its quite pricy. Check out their range of products.

9 years9 yearssslcsslc posted:
Whats a decent value for money sound proofing material :Melb

Thanks guys.
Looks like besides spending a fortune, I'm not going to stop the noise travelling through the house (or at least from 1 room to another). I guess I…

9 years9 yearssslcsslc posted:
First Floor Extension: Is it still liveable?

So besides noise and mess, its still liveable?
Many people have said that the entire house would be filled with dust? Not so sure this will be the case as…

9 years9 yearssslcsslc posted:
First Floor Extension: Is it still liveable?

Hi everyone.
As I'm building a second story (first floor), the builders say our house will be still liveable in as they will only be taking off the roof…

9 years9 yearssslcsslc posted:
Whats a decent value for money sound proofing material :Melb

Hi Everyone,
I'm doing an extension (new 1'st floor) and thinking of sound proofing it to stop noise from entertainment system and grand piano. Also looking an stopping any thumping…

9 years9 yearssslcsslc posted:
Government Regulations for Extensions!

Hi everyone,
We are doing a extension and building a second story. I wanted to know for extension what government regulations, builders must comply with.
e.g 5 star energy rating…

9 years9 yearssslcsslc posted:
New Floor Extension: Recommendations and Advice

Thanks for the advice,
Lol, we just signed today.. I guess we wanted a larger firm (more $$$ but the trade off is peace of mind).
On our next projects (investments)…

9 years9 yearssslcsslc posted:
New Floor Extension: Recommendations and Advice

Thanks for the info,
We have been quoted non-brick. I think it the polo-foam material that is then rendered afterwards. You see this in many new building these days…

9 years9 yearssslcsslc posted:
New Floor Extension: Recommendations and Advice

Hi,
I'm looking at doing a second floor extension and have been gathering a few quotes from a number of large extension/building companies. We are talking about 100m2 ontop of…

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