• ForeverYoung's Avatar
    2nd Dec 2022, 10:09 AM
    Water can travel quite a way before it appears. Rather than remove the soffits I would just lift a few roof sheets. Much easier.
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    26th Nov 2022, 11:55 AM
    ? faucet tee(s) Search results - Bunnings Australia air conds don't expel a lot of water in my experience - tho Cairns might be different?! so you could feed 3 into one T?
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    24th Nov 2022, 01:39 PM
    It isn't your problem. It's theirs. At least that is the case in my council/jurisdiction). But you should get a say in the style/height of the new fence regardless. I was going to add you need to refuse in a neighbourly way, but it doesn't sound like they have started on that foot? Is it the new owner/neighbour or the builder/developer who sent the notice?
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    9th Nov 2022, 03:08 PM
    Funny you should say that. Just after posting I thought, best to lay some concrete for the pavers, and if I do that why bother with the pavers, just have some concrete tracks. Don't want to get too fancy hey?
    2 replies | 312 view(s)
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    9th Nov 2022, 11:01 AM
    New shed is up and just getting the electrification done (trenching not filled yet). Will probably have crushed rock and cracker dust as the groundcover (same as drive). Am thinking maybe interlock pavers as track trails up to the roller door. So maybe 2 tracks of 600mm wide with a run of around 7m. Slight slope - 10%?
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