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    There is a chisel mortiser in the back shed

    There is a chisel mortiser in the back shed
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    Shouldn't be that difficult - I have door cutting...

    Shouldn't be that difficult - I have door cutting profile cutters for my spindle molder that will cut the profiles (rail and style) and tongue and groove bits for the inset - couple of hours at most....
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    Angular shed

    Check out Stu's shed site at Shed | Stu's Shed - he is doing exactly that - trying to put a shed in a corner of a yard and will be able to help you out.
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    A/C Ducting

    I was thinking the same thing too - I thought I might have to slit it down the back and put the back section in from both sides, possibly glue/screw it in place and then put the top section over it...
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    Small Piece of A/C Ducting needed

    Attached - (hopefully?) are the photos. One photo shows the external ducting type - the other photo shows the mess left by the A/C installer. Neither the internal or external ducting meet so matching...
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    Air Conditioning ducting

    Hi

    I am looking for an off cut - about 100 - 120mm (yes that is all) of cream coloured A/C ducting

    The story - A/C installer installed the A/C header unit too close to the wall contrary to...
  7. Poly Bags

    What about using Dust Extractor bags?
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    Home network

    Rather then put everything in one place -I have a basic hub consisting of a Cable modem, Wireless router and a Netgear NeadyNAS (8TB) which acts as media server as well - then I have ethernet through...
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    Timber ID

    Take your photos to Lazarides Timber at Banyo - Lazarides Timber - Fine timber merchants

    They should be able to ID and match it
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    Unapproved renovations and insurance

    The latest saga is Insurance companies are getting smarter on renovations/extensions and denying claims.

    Unapproved extensions or renovations = no insurance for those areas. If its not on the...
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    network ports

    Live for the now, wire for the future I say - you wont regret it :)

    On the issue of network ports - I have a study upstairs with broadband cable modem and wireless router - but have hard wired...
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    Anything in the ground at my place is gal steel -...

    Anything in the ground at my place is gal steel - otherwise it either rots or the white ants gets it. I agree that hardwood looks better and is hardier and more resistant to damage especially if the...
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    I saw something about this on This is Carpentry...

    I saw something about this on This is Carpentry web site -from the USA - but may have some good ideas

    http://www.thisiscarpentry.com/2012/06/22/modified-bosch-t4b-gravity-rise-miter-stand/
  14. Swamp

    Its right next to the road on the footpath - I wouldn't worry about drainage - I would top dress a few time with bedding or medium river sand and let the grass grow through that and see how it goes. ...
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    Hinges

    Have you thought of using blind rivets to attach the hinges to the plywood since it is only 9mm thick - you could also add an extra plate on the off side - and the whole thing would come in less then...
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    Water in the hole

    If it is a major issue, you could go and hire a submersible pump from your local hire place - that's what I did for the footings of my retaining wall - pump most of it out and fill with concrete
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    by Lawriet
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    Panasonic -v- Soniq

    Friend of mine has a Soniq - he is onto his third as the picture went on the first two - they happily replaced them but they shouldn't have had to. He kept getting lines down the screen. Be warned...
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    Concrete

    Capalaba Qld ? - Just ring the "Bear" - Milton Westbury 0418875253 - he is one of the best in the game - highly recommended when you want the job done right the first time and he doesn't charge an...
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    Drainage

    Absolutely - use 20mm drainage gravel at least 300mm wide and a weeping tile system (agg pipe with sock covering). You will find the road base is a lot of clay and will clog your agg pipe up. Also...
  20. Asbestos

    We have a 1978 hardy plank house - and that is all asbestos - it has plastic strips between planks - doesn't cause me any dramas living in an asbestos house though - just leave it alone and it will...
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    Silicone

    Copper is fine with silicone - but remember there are different types of silicone - if you are going to use it under waterproofing - use a neutral set silicone - if you are using it on the top - use...
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    GST Receipts

    He is required to provide you with a receipt. That receipt must specify his business name and number (ABN) and whether GST has been charged or not.

    Unless he earns over $75,000 gross per year, he...
  23. The Law

    The current legislation in Queensland is the Neighbourhood Disputes Resolution Act 2011 You should read it - Chapter 2 Dividing Fences -particularly parts 3 and 4 - link provided. ...
  24. Castors

    have you had a look at Richmond Castors - that's where I get mine

    Pallet Trucks, Wheels, Castors, Material Handling, Trolleys, Pallet Stackers, Engineering Products & Solutions, Conveyors,...
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    Shed in Brisbane

    If its only a small garden shed (lawn locker) which it sounds like - there is no requirement to have storm water fitted in Brisbane provided you don't interrupt the natural flow of the water across...
  26. Melamine

    Found a little trick on my table saw - drop the blade down so you only have less then 1mm poking up, then start at the back of the blade - no writhing knife - cut it through backwards, then lift the...
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    Chook house

    That's a chicken mansion - good work
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