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    6th Dec 2021, 09:11 PM
    Who was the original broker you spoke to ?
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    5th Dec 2021, 07:15 PM
    Sorry, forgot the image
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    5th Dec 2021, 07:11 PM
    I need to source some screens. Pretty much exactly like in the attached photo. The correct trade name escapes me. ‘Vertical slat screens’ perhaps. I don’t think I’m covering the field with Google without knowing the terminology. Further, perhaps someone has bought some recently and can suggest a supplier in NSW. Either completed screens or just slats for DIY. Movable blades able to be aligned to maximise shade would be nice but not essential. Blades between 50 x 150 and 50 x 250 would be...
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    1st Dec 2021, 05:33 AM
    Please keep us informed of the result. Ps. Our broker is AOBIS in Vic. I expect yours is too.
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    29th Nov 2021, 07:34 AM
    Ours runs out around March next year - probably 3-6 months before completion. I spoke to the broker and she said the policies were only 2 years long for acturarial reasons - in other words because most of the big claims occur after 2 years of progress they can make more money by only insuring the period when claims are likely to be small. She also said that we should have no problem getting another policy from a different source. She also said it should be cheaper because the outstanding...
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    23rd Nov 2021, 05:17 PM
    Yes, I like the idea of the 2mm aluminium strip. Prior that suggestion I was in favour of just getting each edge edged with 1mm abs edging, so you would just see the two strips of edging butted up to each other. So it would look like 2mm plastic strip rather then aluminium. Considering how much melamine is in use in Australia i think it’s odd that no-one is producing an attractive joining system for flat joints.
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    17th Nov 2021, 12:15 PM
    I have a few of those, bought when they were all the rage about 20 years ago. The only one I’ve found really useful is the flush cutting one with zero set. The standard Japanese saws I don’t like much because their action is ballistic (in the true sense of once heading in a direction it cannot be changed) so you can’t salvage a bad cut like you can with a backed saw. They do cut quick though - wicked set plus very thin kerf.
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    8th Nov 2021, 12:41 PM
    I was given a used Wagner Wallperfect 665 a few years back. One of these https://www.amazon.it/PISTOLA-SPRUZZO-W665-PERFECT-WAGNER/dp/B001VKY7LQ Iíve not really used it. Has anyone else used one. Care to share your thoughts and experiences ? Help me get the best out of it if I do decide to use it? Cheers Arron
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