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Hi @hadiThanks for the photos here is my response to your points1.Check to see if you soil is clay, your councils Building department should help, you ...

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@Sarma1If I may suggest a framed wall hung 3D Miniature Kitchen/Pantriesand Stock it with Coles Minis collectibleshth

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Hi @hadiThanks for the link to adjustable risers I'll have to get a few for site/inspections/repair jobsI would definitely use them on a concrete slab ...

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Those 2 Timber length should be Nailed & Glued together as I've mentioned previously aboveto form a stiff single bearer ( Rule of thumb...always check ...

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Hi @mistafillDouble bearers (and joists) can be joined as shown in the image aboveIdeally, over supports such as walls, posts and stirrups forContinuo ...

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Hey @Wally102I've come across a few projects of late where DIYers have asked similar questionsand I recon there would be 1000's of renos Alfresco Upgr ...

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Was it part of the build contract if so please contact the Building commission or Consumer protection?The question arises " Did you get what you paid ...

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With The rest of Australia set to follow Perths Boom-Bust-Rebound Building CycleRenovation Boom Hits Historic high Sealing -2018- 2019 as year of the ...

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Thanks @BIM_Engineer will look into it.

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That photo was taken as soon at the shed was assembled, There was a bit of a wind blowing. there are 8 L brackets now bolting the shed sides down the ...

Wayne
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I am no movie producer by any means but thought it was time to share my humble work space "The Shed" in a short video tour.With retirement in sight I ...

Harv
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My bearers are only single beam I need to double them looking at your drawing Thanks again for your help

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Hi BIM, thank you for your valuable input into my project all comments are welcomed and noted, I guess that is what this site is all about, the sharin ...

AndrewJones
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Hope you enjoy it!

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Hi again Graham (@gwaterson), Please let me know if you need a hand uploading some photos so community members can see what you are working with. ...

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Here are my passion fruit plants among others that provide my balcony with fantastic privacy and some nature/greenery that i miss out on in the CBD. A ...

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Hi @hadiThanks for the link to adjustable risers I'll have to get a few for site/inspections/repair jobsI would definitely use them on a concrete slab ...

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Those 2 Timber length should be Nailed & Glued together as I've mentioned previously aboveto form a stiff single bearer ( Rule of thumb...always check ...

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Hi @mistafillDouble bearers (and joists) can be joined as shown in the image aboveIdeally, over supports such as walls, posts and stirrups forContinuo ...

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Hey @Wally102I've come across a few projects of late where DIYers have asked similar questionsand I recon there would be 1000's of renos Alfresco Upgr ...

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Was it part of the build contract if so please contact the Building commission or Consumer protection?The question arises " Did you get what you paid ...

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Hmmm, I would also ask why do the cupboard doors appear out of alignment? Solving that then Offer $30 Airtasker

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@baza keep it simpleHere's a way to use your phone calculatorm2/(Board width + gap)= Lm (nett) + waste57.455/ (.088 +.005) = 618.8 lm + wasteAlternat ...

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Hi @naren1023You might also want to consider sketching it up yourselfTry 3D Sketchup and 3D BricsCAD Shape, and please post back for planning toolsChe ...

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