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Tony & Emma

Joined 4 December 2007
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1 year1 yearTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Another pool fence question?

Found the original pool certificate last night, it was signed off in 2012, so we'll have to come under the newer legislation which is NO doors between house & pool…

1 year1 yearTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Another pool fence question?

Moved to a new house 18 months ago and just got a letter to say we have to register the pool (Vic).
There are two sliding doors from the house to…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
For Sale:- My House.

Thanks.

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
For Sale:- My House.

Hi all,
Haven't been on in a while, but thought I’d pop back in and advertise my house.
If anyone is looking to build a Burbank Stoneleigh, then here’s a fully specced…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Two storey time scales - from lockup to completion?

We built with Burbank. Slab pour was 29th January and we handed over on August 13th. It should have been about 6 weeks earlier than this but they got held…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Good home insurance? Anyone have it?

Thanks for the replies.
I had a few suggestions from another forum to try Suncorp. They seem to have a superb reputation, and cover appears excellent.
Quote was a little higher than…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Good home insurance? Anyone have it?

Hi all,
Just wondering who you guys use for PPOR home insurance?
We are finding it very difficult to find good quality cover.
When we moved over here form the UK, we fully…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Any building permit experts out there? (Decking)

Hi all,
I am really looking forward to building my own deck after building a couple of crackers back in the UK.
I called the council to ask if there are any…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
New Program on ABC1

Thanks - I've just set the PVR to record it.
Cheers.
T

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Double Glazing

Jeez - is that base price for the Stoneleigh?
When we signed up for ours the base price was $225k, (January 08). We added the double glazed upgrade, a few French…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Double Glazing

Well done. Shame it's a bit late for us, we've built a Burbank Stoneleigh and coughed up $14k to updrage the windows & sliding doors to Bradnams double glazed units…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Review - Samsung Fridge SRS702GDHSS

Looks great! (We ordered the same one a few weeks back - just need to finish the house now so we can take delivery of it).
I can totally recomend the…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Is it 'illegal' to enter your own site?

Just to re-iterate.......
It was a Saturday morning
I went on-site because my neighbour had been burgled & I wanted to check our place was ok, I was surprised to find I…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Is it 'illegal' to enter your own site?

Thanks KW. I don't think it is illegal, the reason I asked is that the builder e-mailed me ad told me it was, in their words, "unlawful", for me to…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Is it 'illegal' to enter your own site?

I usually do request a site meeting, as I say, the only reason I went in this week was due to next doors burglary.
I totally agree that they should go…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Is it 'illegal' to enter your own site?

Exactly. I just walked up and opened the door, hey presto - I was inside. We have been at fit out and therefore paying 90% of our mortgage for about…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Is it 'illegal' to enter your own site?

onc_artisan - I kind of agree with you, but you can't really expect people not to go into the build if there is easy access?
My issue with the builder at…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Is it 'illegal' to enter your own site?

We went to site on Saturday morning, and whilst there, our neighbour told us he got burgled the night before hand over last week. His appliances were not in yet,…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Recommended cleaning companies for new build cleaning?

Hi all...
Our builder only provides a 'builders clean', (i.e - wipe round with an oily rag), prior to handover.
We'd like to have someone come in and thoroughly, properly clean the…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Feedback on Angelo & 'Artistic Paving' Narre Warren please.

Hi Nicola - thanks for that, I feel better about it now. Not that I had any reason to doubt them, Angelo seemed like he knew his stuff - I…

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Feedback on Angelo & 'Artistic Paving' Narre Warren please.

OK, I don't want any feedback any more, (unless it's good). I have instructed them to go ahead.
Cheers.

12 years12 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Feedback on Angelo & 'Artistic Paving' Narre Warren please.

Anyone used Angelo of Artistic Paving in Narre Warren for exposed aggregate drive or concrete works?
I am about to book him, but a bit of feedback would be good first.
Feel…

13 years13 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Timber retaining wall Berwick, sugestions for who to use?

Hi all....
Can anyone point me in the direction of a timber retaining wall contractor?
I don;t want anything fancy, just something that holds the soil back. It id for the neighbour,…

13 years13 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
The Chase, Berwick - Fencer?

Thanks Pheonix.
Can you recall what they charge?
AVJ got back to me and said they had used Gavin Howard Fencing, I called them and they ell me $55 per linear meter…

13 years13 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
The Chase, Berwick - Fencer?

Cheers.

13 years13 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
The Chase, Berwick - Fencer?

Hi all - for anyone who has built on 'The Chase' in Berwick, do you have the name or number of the fencing contractor that AV Jennings used for the…

13 years13 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Dog door fitted into a sliding patio door?

Hi Strummer - yes we do. Small world, we're 'Tony & Emma' from the Dane thread on DOL, seen lots of pics of Loki on there.
We have a 5 month…

13 years13 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Dog door fitted into a sliding patio door?

Yep - that's what I am trying to find out at the moment. There are not many pre-made doors available that fir Great Danes, lat alone ones that are suitable…

13 years13 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Dog door fitted into a sliding patio door?

Just spoke to a nice chap at glaziers.com - he said they would have no problem fitting a flap into a new sheet of 6mm toughened glass if I could…

13 years13 yearsTony & EmmaTony & Emma posted:
Dog door fitted into a sliding patio door?

I figured we wouldn't be able to cut the existing glass.
I was thinking of just a replacement sheet of glass, pre-cut to accept a dog flap if I supply the…

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