Termites, rot, fire, time for another reno project

Discussion in 'Renovation & Home Improvement' started by Tim86, 26th Jan, 2020.

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  1. Tim86

    Tim86 Well-Known Member

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    Just a couple things to fix up. Replace all the floor, stumps, some bearers, some joists, all the deck and half the walls.

    Got the stumping done now, bar one last one. Got the deck ripped down and a new one going up. Bathroom gutted... doesnt have a floor or a wall anymore, very spacious. Old floor boards ripped out.

    Was definitely a toss of the coin on whether or not to knock the sucker down. But it'll be all good in the end.

    Got to do it all properly though to sell, so ripping out all the stuffed bits... which doesnt leave much of the house behind.

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    Thought you wouldn’t do another one for a while after your PPOR! This one looks pretty intense. Could you share where it is?
     
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  3. Tim86

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    Lol I did up a granny flat as well since the ppor and of course been doing finishing touches on the ppor.

    Got bubs room all done now and the hallway finished up and a fair few other jobs.

    Just trying to put a dint in this latest project before I start my psych masters next month. Because working a job, renovating in your spare time, looking after a toddler... why not do your masters at the same time right? :)
     

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    Your PPOR was awesome! Very much looking forward to see how this...er...well ventilated project turns out!
     
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    You can do it!

    Our son recently completed a PHD, took 4 years while working full time. When he started he had two children under 4 years old, another born before he finished.
     
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