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    19th Oct 2021, 04:20 PM
    not as weird as the baby doll's head I came across underneath lol
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    19th Oct 2021, 11:57 AM
    Finally got around to taking down the falling porch structure as it was completely rotten and most glass panels were broken. Replaced dodgy scaffold pole setup with timber post. Re-lined the porch ceiling after the original asbestos lining was removed. Fitted an access panel for attic storage with deadlock in case someone does try and reach it - even though its 3m high Only small compared to some the experienced here, but chipping away at the jobs
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    15th Oct 2021, 12:15 PM
    MeasureTwice replied to a thread teenagers ... sigh. in Flooring
    I was not doing it for noise acoustic reasons, but for what it's worth, I spent 3 weekends thermally insulating the my underfloor of my house with Autex Greenstuf Insulation and havent really noticed any reduction in foot noise. Having said that, I've also not really noticed improvement in thermal either but have other big thermal issues i'm working through. House is original weatherboard with hardwood floorboards straight onto joists.
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    14th Oct 2021, 10:51 AM
    I thought you were suggesting that Bart was wrong to suggest that the OP could just use 10mm standard plasterboard and that the OP should use 13mm or a specialised board like 10mm Superceil. My interpretation of the Gyprock redbook is that are no special requirements for ceiling plasterboard in a wet area so why is 10mm standard not allowed?
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    14th Oct 2021, 10:34 AM
    There's a load of great info on manufacturers website with videos by them on you tube. Maybe have a read of this from their website: https://assets.ctfassets.net/rg5y8r6t6cjr/8IUyaEpAurqV5liuede2U/c5c90dbde43178dcf212a3df0935369f/External_Cladding_Technical_Specification_230421.pdf
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    14th Oct 2021, 10:22 AM
    Are you sure? this quote is from Gyprock Redbook Page 2 https://www.gyprock.com.au/-/media/gyprock/content/documents/install/residential-installation-guide/gyprock-residential-installation-guide.pdf "There are no requirements for treatment to ceilings of wetareas. Ceilings may be lined with Aquachek or with non-moisture resistant grades of Gyprock plasterboard." Edit: p.s. Having said that, I would probably go for Aquacheck or similar, especially as its such a small area
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