Thanks we won’t be doing it ourselves - it’ll be a Pool company but I was just curious! 😁
Wow what a difference, sorry if this has been asked but what is the make of the pool it looks perfect for what I am wanting too!
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @soloreno. It's terrific you've joined us, and many thanks for jumping into the discussion.
Are you looking at installing a pool? I'm sure @ProjectPete would be more than happy to share the details with you.
We look forward to hearing all about the projects and plans you have around your house and garden. We'd encourage you to let us know whenever you need help or have something to share. I trust you'll find loads of inspiration within the community, as our creative members contribute their projects here all the time.
Hi thank you I’m a little way off doing my pool just yet as I didn’t think they had many around that were smaller I’m after something like that one in the pic. Although I’m doing my house at the moment and it’s huge so pool will have to wait for now 😁
Best thing to do is search for "plunge pools" - plenty of options now @soloreno
Obviously concrete pools give you more flexibility in finals design, size, shape, etc. Built a concrete pool myself in most recent home - much happier.
Thanks so much really appreciate your help I knew there was a name for them! I’m excited at the thought.
We can't wait to follow along with your project @soloreno. Please feel free to reach out whenever you need assistance. We're here to help.
Newbie question: how do you secure the timber framing to the colorbond fence without having the screws popping out on the neighbour side?
I'm thinking of doing something like this but worried that the screws on the other side of the fence might be an hazard and aesthetically awful
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @cesposito82. It's fantastic to have you join us, and many thanks for your question.
Let me mention @ProjectPete, so he is alerted to your question. Pete's goes into more detail on the fixing method in his feature fences discussion. He's mentioned previously that fixings are screwed directly into the top and bottom rail instead of the sheeting itself. The rails are thicker than the sheeting, so your screws won't penetrate the neighbour's side.
We'd love to follow along with your project. Please let us know if you need any assistance or would like to share it with us.
LOVE this , looks fantastic. How did you attach the timber to the colourbond , just screws in the thicker parts ?