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1 d1 dTim65Tim65 posted:
Storm water

Update :
They have fitted down pipes ( all charged system ) our site soil classification is H1
Am I correct in my thinking that flexible joints should be used…

2 months2 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Lock up payment

All sorted spoke with accounts , thanks for reply’s

2 months2 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Lock up payment

Just wondering if it is a requirement that render needs to be completed to reach this stage ( we have Hebel Panels ) we are on standard hia contract…

2 months2 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Building with Metricon - Compensation for cancelled inspecti

It’s a critical stage inspection in nsw and a requirement of DA approval conditions for our job

2 months2 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
No sarking...should I do something else??

You need to check what the tile manufacturer requires , also it depends on your pitch of roof

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Eden Brae Homes Quality isses

No photos attached ??

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Metricon - Chelsea 37

Congratulations
We have just had frame and roof done of our Chelsea 37

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Surface Drainage Defect / Construction Lawyer

I would be checking that the builder or land owner has officially put an easement so that wall is legally there , what’s to stop another person who buys…

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Surface Drainage Defect / Construction Lawyer

Any update on how it’s turned out ?

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Storm water

The builders in house design team I suppose , I don’t know 100%

Their estimating department stuffed up on the levels saying we need an extra 5k worth of…

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Storm water

Just checked on the storm water plan as stamped by local council and it shows the 2 lines from both sides of the house into tank and a single pipe…

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Storm water

Will keep you posted , thanks for your help

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Storm water

Yes all 12 into tank !
Will be speaking with certifier , our SS is a waste of time hasn’t any idea in the NCC / BCA, just one thing…

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Storm water

Just looked at my photos There are 2 pipes into tank and 1 outlet

Storm water
4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Storm water

That’s great info thanks

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Storm water

Thanks that would be great

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Storm water

We have another set the other side of the tank base picking up down pipes from other side of house
425sqM of roof with 12 down pipes ( 90mm )

It’s…

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Storm water

We have another set the other side of the tank base picking up down pipes from other side of house
425sqM of roof with 12 down pipes ( 90mm )

It’s…

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Storm water

Yes all in made up ground , no compaction.
will be interesting to see if they use a flexible connector to allow for movment

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Storm water

This is on my list next time we see ss
H1 soil , pipes laid in uncompacted fill

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4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Zero Boundary - Drainage

I would be concerned about the life span of a timber retaining wall , particularly in this situation

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4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Storm water

Just my English heritage calling it glue !
Thanks You appreciate your time in replying

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Storm water

Just wondering about the type of glue that should be used on the plumbing fittings with a charged system storm water to the rain Tank , pressurised or non…

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Waterproof air-conditioning slab

I suppose they will say they are protected from weather as mostly covered over , techincally it’s not correct

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Waterproof air-conditioning slab

The drive way is not directly connected to the house slab it’s poured independently with expansion joint between , if the dpm is not brought up the face of the…

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Waterproof air-conditioning slab

Your driveway slab is not connected to the house slab , if done correctly the dpm is extended through and then brought up the face of the slab and cut…

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Waterproof air-conditioning slab

If you look at the photo you will see it’s connected to main slab so moisture and damp can penetrate up into main slab as there is no break or…

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Waterproof air-conditioning slab

It looks a lot better than my situation at least you have a step down to your AC plinth
You can get some clear sealer from bunnings to maybe spray…

4 months4 monthsTim65Tim65 posted:
Waterproof air-conditioning slab

Have you a photo of the AC slab

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