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    4th Jul 2022, 09:42 PM
    Ive got a re-stumper coming in tomorrow actually to come assess whats happening underneath as i think there are a few issues with the handful of stumps under there. I think i had end matched boards confused with just butt joined decking for some reason? Will see what he says
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    28th Jun 2022, 10:40 PM
    Hi everyone. Looking for some advice/opinions. We have a house which is 90mm blackbutt floor boards stapled or nailed straight to 450mm hard wood joists. There are a number of unlevel spots which feel like rolling highs and lows especially around an external door. What are our options for leveling the floor? Rip up all the boards, sister new lvls to the joist and nail straight to them?
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    21st Jun 2022, 01:30 AM
    10 - 15 years at least
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    19th Jun 2022, 11:47 PM
    any links to the local firm david? I would think being pre-primed you should be able to slap any paint onto it?
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    19th Jun 2022, 01:49 AM
    Hi everyone, I'm going through an idea of replacing all the skirting and arc's in a house we've just bought. I'm just trying to work out if I should use MDF or Pine skirting. Most of the stuff I read seems to contradict each other. In the wet areas I will use solid wood just because of the lack of MDF's moisture handling abilities. I've only had limited experience installing small amounts of pine trim and some website mentioned that nailing MDF can be difficult and that a glue should...
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    10th Jun 2022, 11:59 PM
    at my local Bunnings all that stuff is in isle 38 or the "rope, wire, tie down isle"
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    8th Jun 2022, 12:28 AM
    a few tubes of black silicon and hope for the best
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    6th Jun 2022, 10:03 AM
    this. I wonder if its more so plans and things get lodged for stuff like "dial before you dig" so they don't accidently did in the wrong spot. I didn't think there would be anything wrong with having the pipes meet over someone's lawn, you would have needed to make sure there was an easement or access on the original plans though. We where looking at buying a house recently and the storm water connection was on someone else's property with no easement. This actually meant the other...
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    6th Jun 2022, 09:49 AM
    could you vacuum all the dust up. self level so its flat attach a 20 - 25mm compressed cement sheet water proof and tile over that?
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