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Screening to hide hot water systems

Jason
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Re: Screening to hide hot water systems

Great, thanks for letting us know @Michelle3. It would be good to see what you've done.

 

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Michelle3
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Re: Screening to hide hot water systems

Work in progress for this little cornerWork in progress for this little corner

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andarm
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Re: Screening to hide hot water systems

Anyone screening a heat pump (the same as the external unit of a R/C air con.), don't restrict the air flow to or from from the unit. Air flow restriction will have impact on the unit's efficiency.

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ProjectPete
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Re: Screening to hide hot water systems

Some decent growth in just 8 months which includes a fairly harsh summer 😀

Growth after 8 monthsGrowth after 8 monthsIMG-20190617-WA0002.jpg

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pebbz
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Re: Screening to hide hot water systems

Hi there,

 

Im new here so i hope this finds you well. I would love something like this to cover my rubbish bins but need hinges to make it like a door, did you buy thos screen or make it yourself? If you made it do you have instructions, my husband is not handy and i am trying to find something i can make or buy that i can attach hinges to. Any suggestions s appreciated.

 

Thanks

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Jason
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Re: Screening to hide hot water systems

Welcome to the Workshop community @pebbz, we're pleased to have you join us. Feel free to post anytime you need a hand with a project around the house and garden. We have loads of amazing members like @ProjectPete sharing helpful information, advice and project inspiration on the site everyday. 

 

You might have missed it on one of the earlier posts in this discussion, but Pete mentioned that he used a pre-made Screen Panel from Bunnings for this project. There is a large range to choose from. 

 

If you were more ambitious, you could make a bin storage unit. Instructions and a video can be found here. This version by @ponting72 has been very popular with other members. 

 

If you would like to share a sketch of what you would like to do, or some photos to show the area you are working with, I'm sure our ever-helpful and creative members would be more than happy to make some suggestions for you. 

 

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Jason

 

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pebbz
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Re: Screening to hide hot water systems

Thanks so much Jason, that video is perfect, that is exactly what i want just without the lid part. Thanks once again.

 

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Jason
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Re: Screening to hide hot water systems

That's great @pebbzm glad I could help. Looking forward to seeing what you build. 

 

Don't hesitate to reach out if you need a hand with anything.

 

Jason

 

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Leonardw
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Timber selection

Where can I buy similar timber used for Screening to hide hot water systems

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MitchellMc
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Welcome to the Workshop community @Leonardw. Many thanks for your question, I'd be happy to assist.

 

@ProjectPete mentions that he used pre-made screening panels from Bunnings for this project. The closest I can find to that exact one would be Lattice Makers 1800 x 900mm Herringbone Hardwood Screen Panel.

 

Hopefully Pete will be able to confirm. 

 

If you need further assistance or have other questions, please let us know.

 

Mitchell

 

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