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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Rajesh Koothrappali, Oct 27, 2015.
Oh OK. That looks better! The formwork at the roller door didn't look 100mm from the pic is all.
Hot tip: the first thing you should do is SEAL it. Don't be tempted to use it before that's done. You will regret it. lol
Any recommendations on sealers then folks? Mine will be finished within the hour
I used a DIY kit from Bunnings back in 2010 and it still looks good as the day I did it.
Yeah, it's on my list of things to get organised.
There's a company local that the concreter recommends - All Con who do a sealer, which will end up being roughly the same as getting the Dymark kit from Bunnings.
Link - http://www.allcongroup.com.au/Decorative-Concrete/Sealers
is that the blue and yellow stuff you mix together?? gets real hot and need to apply straight away.. seals like glass and is waterproof as hell..
something like that! lol... mines mostly pale blue/grey with white, black and silver flecks through it.
Pic dump time.
First truck arrived at 7, second at 745. Took a total of 11 cubic metres of concrete.
Concreter helicoptered it a total of 7 times. So now it's just a matter of waiting for it to cure.
Still very wet
But did you put a penis imprint in the slab?
^^^ Now for the green paint and your wog back yard will be complete
The shed's only 14m long.....
When is the fire suppressor system getting installed?
Time to keep this thread ticking over.
Few things happened this weekend. Firstly, i got sick of looking at the hump in the entrance driveway to the garage so i hired an excavator and did some widening work on the driveway and also took out the hump.
To do this i had to taper the drive all the way from the road entry gate i ended up removing about 3 cubic metres of dirt built a couple more garden beds to accomodate it and moved some more out the front.
Then i laid down 2 cubic metres of crushed rock. Light was failing by that time so i didnt get many good pictures.
Also, sparky came back and finished off the lights. So im now waiting to organise a plumber and i can organise final inspection.
Before shot of the "hump" can see that it's a fairly severe drop off to the roller door.
Another issue we found when doing the slab was that having the shed pushed right up against the retaining wall meant getting to the roller from the PA door and vice-versa when going through the shed isnt an option was a pain, so the retaining wall will be modified.
Random action shots
Knocked a tyre off the bead on the trailer. No jack required.
This is the work to the walkway
Hi Bays Only
I'm lovin it! You definitely have the best erection now!
No decent exterior photos currently, but wiring got finished Tuesday. This was a 9:30 tonight for reference with a crappy phone camera.
Your shed is crooked....it's on a lean.
Nah was fkn cold and the goal was a quick photo haha.
So my shed is basically done bar a few small things like some more insulation and some landscaping. So finally got one car in there today.
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