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    20th May 2022, 10:32 PM
    well, the cost of everything has gone up. Labour & Materials. But one of your issues will be getting materials, there seems to be a long wait, here in WA at least. I am seeing 2nd hand sheds sell straight away for 3 or 4 times what they went for a few years ago. When you consider the costs of dismantling and transport hardly a a saving at all - they just get the materials straight away seems to be the reasoning. And a lot of them you have to rip the electrics out and cut the posts off at...
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    6th May 2022, 10:41 AM
    The mirrors work for drivers I have found, and can be a visual warning for the pedestrians if they notice them. Only other thing I can think of is remove the block wall :) Or, can you remove a block here and there so it isn't solid - say at the driver's vision level?
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    5th May 2022, 05:05 PM
    Yes, based on everyone's comments I came to that conclusion. It's probably 1.8m to the ridge and there is a 150mm cowl/tophat thingy venting to the outside; not connected to anything below of course. So I guess the bath/laundry exhaust (and also the toilet cubicle one for that matter) get a bit of indirect circulation draw. I was in the roof cavity as I was pulling out a woodheater flue (in the bathroom? you might ask that, but this is not the thread to answer) and thought about ducting...
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    3rd May 2022, 11:34 PM
    It's 3m I'm a sucker for good punctuation. Sounds like, just wait for them to leave home. Well its over 28m (punctuation police?)
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    3rd May 2022, 10:07 PM
    that's a good point. Air Extraction - cubic mtrs/hr 350 but way beyond my aerospace aerodynamics mental gymnastics
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    3rd May 2022, 09:41 PM
    In the roof cavity and thought I would add some flexible ducting to the standard 250mm exhaust fan in there. One like this: Arlec 250mm White Exhaust Fan - Bunnings Australia But can't find any 250mm flexible ducting. Now, I know most installs just have it venting to the roof cavity, but I would like to beg to differ :) What have other people done? I tried to find an adaptor 250mm to 150mm (which is the biggest ducting greenshed sells) but not sure that is a good idea anyway.
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    23rd Apr 2022, 02:05 PM
    Ah yes, mine was, which was probably the main reason.
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    23rd Apr 2022, 10:15 AM
    Just get someone to complain about the sea container in your yard - they will be round asap.
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    23rd Apr 2022, 10:13 AM
    When I had those in a previous place I did like droog suggested - full on hot, adjust with the cold
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