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wendalls
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July

Gorgeous!

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July

I actually quite like this buffet with the doors off; perhaps with some baskets popped in? Could be a different look sometime in the future when you w ...

wendalls
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July

Looks amazing - what kind of flooring is in your hall there?

wendalls
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We'd like to purchase a property but it would need some renovations at some point down the line.Before purchasing is it possible to ask a general cont ...

wendalls
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Hey thereI am looking at properties at the moment. I spoke to an agent about an older beach shack one and when I asked about he building material he s ...

wendalls
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We are going to paint our small bathroom ceiling (approx. 3m squared)We will use this paint https://www.bunnings.com.au/dulux-white-ceiling-plus-kitch ...

wendalls
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We are sleeping in a bedroom which has a window to a busy street. What are some simple ways we can sound proof without double glazing? At this stage w ...

wendalls
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September 2020

@MitchellMc and @redracer01 Thanks so much! Looking forward to figuring out if this is possible...

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February

Hello @wendalls If the majority of the sound is coming through the window I suggest using a Bastion 1200 x 600 x 50mm XPS Multi-Use Insulation Foam B ...

TedBear
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February

I think Mitchell's idea of sealing any gaps would be a good start (use dense rubber strip, not the light holey stuff). It made a huge difference when ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

Hi @wendalls, The first step to soundproofing windows is minimising any air gaps with foam or sealant. You'll want to add the foam stripping aroun ...

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September 2020

Hi @wendalls, I believe there is no reason why you can't have the waste pipes from the sink inside the cavity. You builder will need to accommodat ...

Sez
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July 2020

I’m so sorry I have taken so long to reply @wendalls i couldn’t access internet until now. I can’t find the itemised invoice at the moment but will me ...

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wendalls
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July

Gorgeous!

wendalls
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1 reply
July

I actually quite like this buffet with the doors off; perhaps with some baskets popped in? Could be a different look sometime in the future when you w ...

wendalls
Junior Contributor
2 replies

We'd like to purchase a property but it would need some renovations at some point down the line.Before purchasing is it possible to ask a general cont ...

wendalls
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5 replies

Hey thereI am looking at properties at the moment. I spoke to an agent about an older beach shack one and when I asked about he building material he s ...

wendalls
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September 2020

@MitchellMc and @redracer01 Thanks so much! Looking forward to figuring out if this is possible...

wendalls
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We would like to consider updating our single bathroom and laundry area by reconfiguring into an ensuite plus main bathroom and laundry. We are in an ...

wendalls
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July 2020

Thanks for the idea of the island in the centre, I'll have a play with this thoughtI did think of putting the fridge more in the entranceway, but the ...

wendalls
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July 2020

Thank you Sez - this is all very helpful

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