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snichols
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There's a new smart mirror that can help you to get ready in the morning, help control other smart home devices, play music and video, etc. https:// ...

snichols
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April 2017

Happy with the new system so far. Still smarting at the cost, but its good to have hot showers again! I'm also happy that there's not too much of a la ...

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April 2017

Thanks Brad. Glad you've had no problems with yours. You must get more sunshine in winter than us. We really need the booster from this time of year o ...

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Hi all, We have a Solarhart solar hot water system with a gas booster that's 10 years old. We have had a lot of problems with the gas booster failing ...

snichols
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Hi all, Just wondering if anyone has any tips for removing stains from a Caesarstone benchtop? I've got a couple of very light rings on the benchtop - ...

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May 2016

Good question. I am interested to hear the answer to this. I would be happy to buy them but wouldn't want them to immediately die if the soil is unsui ...

snichols
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May 2016

I like the suggestion of a timber bench seat. Sarah

snichols
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May 2016

These look fantastic. I would like to give it a try. Sounds very easy! Many thanks for sharing. Sarah

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Craig
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May 2016

Go speak to a roofing specialist. Patch jobs will just leave the problem there to constantly come back.

tobiasfamily
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I am in the process of renewing a garden bed and will be sifting soil to remove weeds, etc. before putting it in the new bed. The bed is on a clay ...

Redbeard
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May 2016

Hi Hummingbird Im an eater of pomegranates and usually pick them either as they start to split or the tail goes brown thats about the sweetest they ge ...

Hummingbird
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The house I bought has a pomegranate tree/shrub and I'm not too sure when to harvest it? The pomegranates also spilt while they are still green...is t ...

Zam
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May 2016

There seems to be 2 separate plants, the flowering one is definitely a zygo but the long leafed one ( really not true leaves ) is different.Cheers Fra ...

Fran
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May 2016

It is definitely a Zygo Cactus or Christmas Cactus, but I have never seen one with such long leaves.

ehlouey
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Hi there, I have I believe a type of cactus plant in a pot, as per image, just wondering why it's not flowering consistently. Is it because if you not ...

Bobbiejohnultz
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Had some beans just sprouting through the soil and the doves just loved to pick the shoots for me.First thought was cut worms but my wife saw the bird ...

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snichols
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April 2017

Happy with the new system so far. Still smarting at the cost, but its good to have hot showers again! I'm also happy that there's not too much of a la ...

snichols
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1 reply
May 2016

Good question. I am interested to hear the answer to this. I would be happy to buy them but wouldn't want them to immediately die if the soil is unsui ...

snichols
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2 replies
May 2016

I like the suggestion of a timber bench seat. Sarah

snichols
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March 2016

One suggestion: see if you can get some trailing rosemary. Looks fantastic cascading down over masonry. I'd also look at things like lettuces, chilli ...

snichols
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January 2016

Hi @Tom We used to have a weatherboard so have been down this road. Do be careful with lead paint. The older the house the more likely it is to have l ...

snichols
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Hi all, I like the minimalist look of LED downlights but am concerned about the energy impact – losing heating and cooling through lots of holes in th ...

snichols
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Hi all, We are about to renovate. The house currently has an old oil heater which we want to replace. I imagine gas ducted heating would be expensi ...

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