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Lucille
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Lucille
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August 2019

You are confusing cladding with heating film. And I am not from UK. Wouldn't buy from there either.

Lucille
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August 2019

Thank you BIM. From what I see so far the standards here are much lower than in the EU. So shouldn't be a problem.

Lucille
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August 2019

Hi everyone,My name is Lucille. I recently moved to Australia and bought a 20 years house. I try to improve it to the standards i am familiar with and ...

Lucille
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Hi everyone, My houses internal walls made of the gypsum boards are empty inside! I am used to having brick or block walls and wanted to ask if anyone ...

Lucille
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August 2019

Thank you Mathy. I researched a bit online. And can buy it from overseas for less than half a price of locally offered heat wiring!

Lucille
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August 2019

Corflute is that double layered sheet of plastic. It's quite cheap. See photo. Also, landscapers told me they apply timber decking oil. Right now the ...

Lucille
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Does anyone know if Bunnings will start selling the heating film? It's a product quite popular in European bathrooms. Cheers.

Lucille
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August 2019

Viburnum odoratissimus is hardy too. Beautiful fragrance. Will grow in full or semi shade to 3m. Need to trim annually. Easy to propagate by cuttings.

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Prof
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November 2017

Unfortunately you're never going to eliminate the noise completely without serious modifications..like completely filling all the walls with acoustic ...

antoallison
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August 2017

thanks for the reply .. Yes in Perth all the houses are built in brick - double brick with cavity on the outside and single brick plastered and painte ...

MartyH
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August 2017

Got any cheap and cheerful DIY suggestions instead @BIM_Engineer?

Community Manager Jason
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August 2019

Hi @pats6182, Step 22 of this guide How to build a raised garden bed might be worth a look. Jason

GregJ
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December 2015

Hi everyone. My name is Greg. I am a recent transplant to Australia. I moved to the Sydney north shore as we lived there many years ago. We search ...

She_Skills
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December 2015

Hi Workshop Community. My name is Meg and I am an avid DYIer and Bunnings tragic. I work as a safety adviser by day and am in the process of launch ...

Darren
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December 2015

Hi everyone, My name is Darren, I love having a go at random projects around the home - the passion is there but the skills ... My DIY projects are pr ...

Community Manager Jason
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Lucille
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August 2019

Hi everyone,My name is Lucille. I recently moved to Australia and bought a 20 years house. I try to improve it to the standards i am familiar with and ...

Lucille
Budding Contributor
5 replies

Hi everyone, My houses internal walls made of the gypsum boards are empty inside! I am used to having brick or block walls and wanted to ask if anyone ...

Lucille
Budding Contributor
4 replies
August 2019

Thank you Mathy. I researched a bit online. And can buy it from overseas for less than half a price of locally offered heat wiring!

Lucille
Budding Contributor
1 reply
August 2019

Corflute is that double layered sheet of plastic. It's quite cheap. See photo. Also, landscapers told me they apply timber decking oil. Right now the ...

Lucille
Budding Contributor
August 2019

Viburnum odoratissimus is hardy too. Beautiful fragrance. Will grow in full or semi shade to 3m. Need to trim annually. Easy to propagate by cuttings.

Lucille
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August 2019

Are you going to waterproof the walls? My friend didn't do it and after 5 years the timber started to bend and break. I heard corflute is good enough. ...

Lucille
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My goal was to create a homely kitchen, not too modern as I dont find modern kitchen homely, but modern appliances, by reusing some existing pantries, ...

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