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2 d2 dwagga123wagga123 posted:
No laundry sink?

Also check AS 1428.1

3 d3 dwagga123wagga123 posted:
No laundry sink?

I'd expect requirements would be covered in an edition of an Australian Standard.
Check AS/NZS 1229.

3 d3 dwagga123wagga123 posted:
Roof questions in lock up stage

Have you checked the building plan? Perhaps it's to provide for better stormwater drainage / run off.

3 d3 dwagga123wagga123 posted:
Help our little grass tree please

If you suspect a rot problem you need to investigate what's causing it. Perhaps a blocked drain hole? You need to take it out of the pot & carry out…

3 d3 dwagga123wagga123 posted:
Gas contractors pulled pavers out

I don't think it is your responsibility. It's either the contractor's or the network's responsibility. You can also contact Council for their view given its their footpath on Council…

3 d3 dwagga123wagga123 posted:
Water Authority Inspections

Hello, if an application is made to a Water Authority for sewage alteration works and the Authority consents to those works, what inspections are made by the Authority after consent…

18 d18 dwagga123wagga123 posted:
Advice needed - builder touching up powder coated windows.

A well formulated letter to the Builder might work.
Assert your rights and what resolution you seek. Put the Builder on notice that you may seek costs be made against the…

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18 d18 dwagga123wagga123 posted:
Advice needed - builder touching up powder coated windows.

Been thinking about this one. The Australian Consumer Law specifies that goods (and services) have to be of merchantable quality. If not, the consumer has the option to select it…

18 d18 dwagga123wagga123 posted:
Soil condition

If you contact Council there, I'm sure they would have relevant information. All Council's have a division dedicated to plant planning; so they'd know the local soil quality to ascertain…

18 d18 dwagga123wagga123 posted:
Gardenia pruning - advice needed

Don't be too concerned where you cut. Cut it on a slant though. Sharp pruners are recommended.If you want the plant to be thicker, cut top growth and pinch prune…

19 d19 dwagga123wagga123 posted:
Advice needed - builder touching up powder coated windows.

Hello
Standards and Tolerances Guide (pdf available online). Clauses 3.1 & 12 applicable to your situation. Hope this helps. Take regular photos to show any change in appearance to touch-ups.

6 months6 monthswagga123wagga123 posted:
Australian Standard Sanitary Drainage

Hi Gaudi, I ended up finding what I needed elsewhere Thanks. It's shameful that the State Library doesn't allow access to these important documents any longer.

6 months6 monthswagga123wagga123 posted:
Australian Standard Sanitary Drainage

Hi SaveH20.
Tried that place & they sent me a message stating I would have to pay for a copy. Have been.able to obtain a copy of the page I needed…

7 months7 monthswagga123wagga123 posted:
Paint Standard - Door Edges

Section 12.02 of the Victorian Building Tolerance guidelines is somewhat broad in regard to irregularities in paint work. Not sure if you are in Victoria. Link:
Web results
guide to standards and…

7 months7 monthswagga123wagga123 posted:
Paint Standard - Door Edges

They should have planed it before any paint coating.

7 months7 monthswagga123wagga123 posted:
Australian Standard Sanitary Drainage

Australian Standard Sanitary Drainage
3500.2 1996
Hello would any one have this old copy of the AS?
Trying to find out what the minimum separation is between the top of a…

7 months7 monthswagga123wagga123 posted:
Stormwater Pit and plumbing pipes.

Reading it again, it doesn't make sense. Situation:
1. Stormwater Pit in backyard,
2. About half a meter out from the pit, there is a garden planting area,
3. Water tap to be…

7 months7 monthswagga123wagga123 posted:
Stormwater Pit and plumbing pipes.

Sorry, stormwater drain underneath proposed ORG. ORG to be installed in area adjacent to pit lid (on top of stormwater drain). Hope that makes sense.

7 months7 monthswagga123wagga123 posted:
Stormwater Pit and plumbing pipes.

Amended ....
wagga12317/03/201912:11 pm#5
Yes, understand that, but can a ORG drain pipe be installed in an area above the stormwater drain (not on the pit cover)?

7 months7 monthswagga123wagga123 posted:
Stormwater Pit and plumbing pipes.

Yes, understand that, but can a ORG drain pipe be installed in an area above the stormwater drain?

7 months7 monthswagga123wagga123 posted:
Stormwater Pit and plumbing pipes.

Thanks. What about the installation of an ORG in that particular area where the proposed water tap is to be made?

7 months7 monthswagga123wagga123 posted:
Stormwater Pit and plumbing pipes.

I have a very deep storm water pit in my backyard. Concrete paving surrounds this pit. About half a meter out from this pit, I have garden beds. I want…

7 months7 monthswagga123wagga123 posted:
Concrete paving against brickwork

My dwellings brickwork (on slab) has two rows of brick below the DPC.
How low can you go to lay concrete paving? Can it be installed so the paving surface level…

8 months8 monthswagga123wagga123 posted:
Sanitary Plumbing Query

Thanks.

8 months8 monthswagga123wagga123 posted:
Sanitary Plumbing Query

Thank you very much.

9 months9 monthswagga123wagga123 posted:
Sanitary Plumbing Query

Hello All.
My query relates to the installation of a sanitary overflow relief gully on concrete paving. AS 3500.2 details that the ORG has to be set at a level to…

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