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    12th May 2021, 08:08 PM
    Droog has given good advice. I would be doing a careful inspection of the silicone in the corners. It often fails after several years resulting in the sort of damage noticed . I've now had several showers resealed with an epoxy joiner rather than silicone and it lasts a lot better.
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    11th May 2021, 07:10 PM
    I'm guessing your new door might have glass in it for the weight to be heavier. Looking at it the pics the opening does not look too big. You certainly should be able to get either a hinged aluminium door or one that is top tracked. The only thing that may effect it is whatever new standards for wind rating that might apply if your near the coast. Personally I think I would be going with a double glass door similar to these to let in more light.
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    6th May 2021, 10:46 PM
    Nope, for Australia at least they are both used as the manufacturer decides.
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    29th Apr 2021, 03:25 AM
    Residential design codes for your state will give you the required setbacks. Reading and understanding them will save you a lot of time and make the planning officer more likely to help you. For example the zoning of my block limited me to below 100m2 for a shed. Bart has covered it quite well. The process I followed was. Obtain block title records from WA landgate to locate services etc. Soil survey. Quotes from shed companies. Touched base with a council planning officer with...
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    26th Apr 2021, 02:47 AM
    I doubt you are fully responsible for the removal cost. I would agree the one tree looks to be pretty much outside your boundary and I would push for a 50/50 cost split. Getting the permission to cut however will be an uphill battle. I had a halfdead one completely on council land and they refused to allow me to remove it until it finally fell over in a storm. Luckily it did lean toward the road. If they are interfering with power lines one way to sidestep it and at least get them pruned...
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    22nd Apr 2021, 09:38 AM
    As an electrician I use these only. Anything else has been thrown out long ago including any that come with lampholders etc.
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