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wannado
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      Hi all. Thanks for this lovely forum. I was planning to install an Absco shed in our side yard. My question was which flooring is the best. 1 ...

ironbark
Budding Contributor
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I have a large steel framed shed (50' x 30'). I'm going to fit it out as a workshop and studio. Before I start work I want to reinforce the roof struc ...

DIYgals
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This studio and shed is still a work in progress, but we have some big plans for these things! Designed by Sarah. Engineering signed off by a privat ...

andrewburridge
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What size blade is used on the docking saw at Alexandria. Thanks in advance.

HayHay
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Hey Every one, I am wanting to build a small studio. A space for drawing and what not. I live in a Queenslander style House That is built in underneat ...

Nikki7
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Long time stalker and first time poster. After seeing all these amazing things being built I decided to have a crack at making my own work area. Gener ...

Friends
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Onearmman
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Hi DIY erMy driveway(4.2mtr) is on a steep slope with a narrow frontage fence(3mtr). Was told will need a telescopic type of gate which sound right bu ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
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Many Bunnings stores offer a timber cutting service to help you get your wood home and get started on your project. Here are some frequently asked q ...

Rodney
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hazesnow
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Made a mobile work bench and incorporated my table saw!      Changed top from MDF to reclaimed Tenpin Bowling Lane! Super strong!  

sav006
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Hi All,I'm planning a garage makeover inside with a fresh lick of paints (before a floor epoxy coating and new storage) but before I do that I've noti ...

Tara86
Super Contributor
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We recently had our council hard rubbish clean up so figured it was a good time to organise the storage under our stairs. Our biggest problem was a ...

Baggs
Budding Contributor
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Hey hey. After the shed was finished I needed a work bench. After a lot of searching on the net I found the basic design I was after and went from ...

sydneysider
Junior Contributor
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hi We have an underdeck storage area that has been a mess for years. We would like to make the backyard more inviting and have a seating with fire pit ...

Nham
Junior Contributor
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Last year I was really in two minds whether to buy a shed or not. We had just finished our home renovations and had a small collection of tools plus t ...

MonkeyLearn
Junior Contributor
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Hi Everyone,I've had problems with rats for quite a long time but now that I've started expanding my power tool collection I would like to protect the ...

Focusmarine
New Contributor
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Hey everyone. The original screws in the bottom of my boat are rusty and the heads keep snapping off when we try to remove them. Does anyone have any ...

JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
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I have just completed making and installing shelves and duct cover for a range hood cupboard for my nephews new place, I new he had no work benches to ...

Wheresmy10mm
New Contributor
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My boxing punching bag stand broke. The metal snapped off and another part of it bent. It's quite thick, is this something a beginner can repair weld? ...

TheSaltyreefer
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6x9 Studio is on the way, electrical work nearly done all power lines laid, Air Con lines in, will start to box it out soon, amd then sheet it, going ...

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I would like to build a shed made out of rammed earth? Did anybody else do it? Please advise.

JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
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I have building my own overhead laundry cupboards, so I decided to save money on buying overhead cupboard jacks, I made my own from scrap architrave, ...

r23on
Super Contributor
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A couple of months ago I managed to grab a hold of some camphor laurel with some great colours. The hardest bit was working out what material I was go ...