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    Thanks for the info Bedford Woodcutta

    Thanks for the info Bedford

    Woodcutta
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    External Load Bearing Wall

    I am looking to change the shape of a roof that is almost flat and leaks. The extension that is there looks to have been built in the 60's.

    I am considering replacing one wall that has seen...
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    Structural Engineer recommendation

    I need the name of a structural engineer that can design a support beam to go in place of a wall I am removing.

    Anyone have contact details for that they have used and been happy with the...
  4. Thread: House Value

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    Thanks fo the replies. I am with the rest of...

    Thanks fo the replies.

    I am with the rest of you that I would much prefer a house with the original boards rather than something new to keep in style with the house.

    You have confirmed my...
  5. Thread: House Value

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    House Value

    My son recently had a quote to re-clad his weatherboard house. The salesman claimed "It would add 10% to 25% to the value of his house.

    The house value is 250K recladding 16K total 266K.
    If the...
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    Thanks to those who have replied. Now the problem...

    Thanks to those who have replied. Now the problem is can I achieve at least 5 degrees.

    Thanks
    woodcutta
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    Thank Graeme, I did some calcs on the pitch...

    Thank Graeme,

    I did some calcs on the pitch and it comes out at close to 5 Degrees. My only other option that I can see is pitch it at the same angle as the main roof, but then I end up with a...
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    A Question of Pitch

    What is the minimum pitch for a custom orb roof?


    Regards
    woodcutta
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    Try these - they work ...

    Try these - they work

    http://www.innotek.com.au/?gclid=CM3P3ueUoJICFQ6YiQodiD4GNQ

    woodcutta
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    Don't use any sealer at all. I installed our wood...

    Don't use any sealer at all. I installed our wood burning fire 3 years ago and had the same concern.

    I contacted the supplier and asked what to seal it with, and their answer was dont seal it -...
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    Good Idea Skew, unfortunately its going in my...

    Good Idea Skew, unfortunately its going in my front yard, so I want to disguise it as much as possible - Do you think the council will notice?



    Thanks for the idea. I have often seen ESO in...
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    Thanks Ray and Mike, That did the trick. I...

    Thanks Ray and Mike,

    That did the trick. I knew someone here would have the answer. All the small black lettering is gone and now I'm working on the "Big M"

    Thanks Again
    woodcutta
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    Help with latest project

    Hi had my latest shed project delivered yesterday. Picked up a 22ft Pantec body for $1350 to use as wood storage.

    The problem I have now as you can see from the photo is the vinyl stickers. I...
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    I had a quote for stained glass for our front...

    I had a quote for stained glass for our front door - $800 for the 400X400 panel - that was 10 years ago.

    Ended up doing a stained glass course for $160 and made the window myself for $67

    ...
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    Thanks DJ woodcutta

    Thanks DJ

    woodcutta
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    I noticed that mine were gone ( and when I post...

    I noticed that mine were gone ( and when I post this will probably show a black square) and dont show up on the UserCP

    I looked through the first few pages of "Not a Joke" posts and see Robbo and...
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    Daren, Yes I have had one for about 12 months....

    Daren, Yes I have had one for about 12 months. The previous one I had was an Ilve - cost around 900 bucks. Was ok, but when using the indoor BBQ the cooking fumes would get out into the rest of the...
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    :iagree:

    :iagree:
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    John Look at the Qasair rangehoods at Winning...

    John

    Look at the Qasair rangehoods at Winning Appliances. Very Quiet and resonably expensive - All up ours was about 3.5K but worth every cent

    woodcutta
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    Jason Get hold of a compressor unit out of an...

    Jason

    Get hold of a compressor unit out of an old fridge. Find the suction line and solder a fitting on to it

    woodcutta
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    The smooth side up is the right way. The reeding...

    The smooth side up is the right way. The reeding up is upside down

    woodcutta
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    And people on this board have asked before why is...

    And people on this board have asked before why is a licence nneded to do wiring - my guess is this was a job done by someone that didnt think it was necessary to get in someone who knew what they...
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    Post Hole Shovel

    Post Hole Shovel
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    Groggy, I got quoted some time back - Laying...

    Groggy,

    I got quoted some time back - Laying cost per Sqm same as slate cost per Sqm.

    woodcutta
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    You could use "Zoff" - Its used by the medical...

    You could use "Zoff" - Its used by the medical field to remove adhesive from bandages. Available from the chemist.

    woodcutta
  26. Maybe they sleep in the winter?? woodcutta

    Maybe they sleep in the winter??

    woodcutta
  27. I filled an area to about 900mm for my 6M X 14M...

    I filled an area to about 900mm for my 6M X 14M shed. It has sunk about 50 - 70 mm in a couple of places - Unfortunately a family of Red Belly Black Snakes have now moved into the gap:oo:
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  28. Two Words Lucky you:D Two more Free...

    Two Words

    Lucky you:D

    Two more

    Free Power:wink:
  29. No I have just had a stone benchtop the same...

    No

    I have just had a stone benchtop the same size cut. It was cut out of a slab about 1.5 Mtr X 3.3 Mtr

    woodcutta
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    Google "Pet safe" dog fencing. Having lived...

    Google "Pet safe" dog fencing.

    Having lived it the US for three years in an area where there were no fences, it looked strange to see everyones dog in it own yard and not wandering.

    Some...
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    Robbie Sounds like a Qasair / Condor...

    Robbie

    Sounds like a Qasair / Condor rangehood. Ducting is available from their website.

    see here http://www.qasair.com.au/ducted.html

    woodcutta
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    I tiled 142 Sq Meters of slate and split several...

    I tiled 142 Sq Meters of slate and split several sq meters as some were extremely thick.

    I bought a meat cleaver from the cheap shop and tapped it through with a hammer.

    I think you would...
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    pja. I installed all my skirtings and...

    pja.

    I installed all my skirtings and Architraves into the steel frame with a Bostich 15 gauge nail gun. (however the door frames weren't RHS.

    The Sachy Robinson screws have the smallest...
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    Biko I did just that some time back. I used...

    Biko

    I did just that some time back. I used the Crompton ones from bunnings and all the damage around the old fittings were covered with the new ones.

    I used a hole saw (110mm from memory) to...
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    try here ...

    try here

    http://www.newyankee.com/getproduct3.cgi?0602

    woodcutta
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    New Yankee workshop featured a jig setup for...

    New Yankee workshop featured a jig setup for making shutters a couple of years back. You may still be able to find the plans on their website

    woodcutta
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    Scott 1. Use Stainless Screw nails - buy them...

    Scott

    1. Use Stainless Screw nails - buy them in coils for a coil nailer and strip them off the plastic - They work out about half the cost as the same nails loose.

    2. Drill every hole. If...
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    Zone Alarm Pro - I had the same issue -changed to...

    Zone Alarm Pro - I had the same issue -changed to Trend Micro and no more problems

    woodcutta
  39. Thread: Spa Deck

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    Walter Have you read the product brochure on...

    Walter

    Have you read the product brochure on the Flood website. It gives a detailed explanation of preparation methods.

    woodcutta
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    clev I purchased a Wagner Paint Crew from...

    clev

    I purchased a Wagner Paint Crew from Home Depot when I was in the US last year. $179 on sale. I can recommend it for house painting etc. I dont know if it would be that good on fine...
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