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Tysonandkaylie
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Tysonandkaylie

SA
Joined 10 January 2019
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8 months8 monthsSejaeDSejaeD posted:
The parties have reached a mutual understanding in resolutio

The parties have reached a mutual understanding in resolution of each of the other parties concerns

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11 months11 monthsdarb74darb74 posted:
Building the Simonds Cleland 233 in SA

Next will be a nice frame invoice! 🤪. But assuming your inspector ticks it off, I would be guessing scaffolding, eaves/gutter, sarking and roof in that order? How’d you…

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11 months11 monthskkskks posted:
Termimesh installed correctly?

Mesh anti-termite material is stuck to internal vertical edge of your concrete slab, extended out under your tiles or brick-work - with bricks, often at second course. Vital that external…

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11 months11 monthsNicolleAWNicolleAW posted:
Two Wells Dechellis Build

28.03.2019
Stone benches are in!

Tiling has started and from the peeps I can see from outside looks good.
The dirt that looks likes its all over the tiles is just a…

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11 months11 monthsStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Expert on Slab Advice please

OT, Technically, the engineer would have specified a round polystyrene (lol,now a dirty word) blockout,
which is easier to remove, round holes don't crack (stress distribution)

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1 year1 yearDamNitaDamNita posted:
Kitchen island.....waterfall or not?

You have to be carefull with sales guys and fashions.
There is a perceived fashion that 20mm stone is "in" personally I only think its in fashion because all the spec…

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1 year1 yearPetal84Petal84 posted:
Kitchen island.....waterfall or not?

You have to be carefull with sales guys and fashions.
There is a perceived fashion that 20mm stone is "in" personally I only think its in fashion because all the spec…

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1 year1 yearChelsea1990Chelsea1990 posted:
Simonds Cleland in Adelaide

Hi Tysonandkaylie,
I can't speak for Sarahmarie but we are using the cleland as the base for our home design (have made significant changes) and have done the same. We did…

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