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weekenddiyer
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2 weeks ago

Hi @Kevdou - I used rough sawn treated pine over the joists.... this one from memoryhttps://www.bunnings.com.au/150-x-25mm-2-4m-rough-sawn-treated-pin ...

weekenddiyer
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2 weeks ago

Hi @billybob - costs are covered on page 2 of the comments. Best of luck with your project. Thanks.

weekenddiyer
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July

Hi @Andre the pavers are laid directly onto the soil beneath as it was pretty solid / firm. All the top soil was removed by machine when my builder le ...

weekenddiyer
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May

I've always loved seeing neighbours yards lit up at night when running around my local area. I decided to add some festoon party lights to our backyar ...

weekenddiyer
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January

@MitchellM - I didn’t keep track of the budget on this one to be honest. It would have been about $1k-$1.5k. Pavers were the most expensive at about $ ...

weekenddiyer
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January

Hi @SthCoastBuilder - you're quite right... excuse the typo, I meant to say sewerage. The plans were approved by our local council, so there won't be ...

weekenddiyer
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January

@Jay8 not that I’ve seen. But some bar fridges like the ones from come with a benchtop integrated into them.

weekenddiyer
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BeforeThe path down the side of our house needed some sprucing up to say the least. We wanted to add some shelter / storage for the bikes so we could ...

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Community Manager Jason
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July

Hi @Andre, Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. We trust you'll get loads of inspiration and helpful advice from our wonderful community me ...

Andre
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July

Hi..Quick question.. how did you secure the paver to the treated pine sleeper so it doesnt move? Did you pour any cement underneath?Thanks..

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
May

Hi @weekenddiyer. What a great low-cost transformation. I'm sure the new lighting adds a certain ambience to night time alfresco dining. Many ...

MitchellM
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January

@weekenddiyer Awesome! Thanks for sharing.

MitchellM
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3 replies
January

@weekenddiyer Wow, what a remarkable and functional difference that has made! Any idea on the final costs for the project?

Starkers_17
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Test fitting the top to the frame Frame weldup Frame in position, it was too heavy to move once the top is on Completed. Top and sides are ja ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
January

I can see why the cubby got a big thumbs up from the kids @weekenddiyer. You've done a fantastic job. Well done. Jason

MitchellM
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January

Amazing work!! Looks incredible!

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weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
2 weeks ago

Hi @Kevdou - I used rough sawn treated pine over the joists.... this one from memoryhttps://www.bunnings.com.au/150-x-25mm-2-4m-rough-sawn-treated-pin ...

weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
2 weeks ago

Hi @billybob - costs are covered on page 2 of the comments. Best of luck with your project. Thanks.

weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
July

Hi @Andre the pavers are laid directly onto the soil beneath as it was pretty solid / firm. All the top soil was removed by machine when my builder le ...

weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
1 reply
May

I've always loved seeing neighbours yards lit up at night when running around my local area. I decided to add some festoon party lights to our backyar ...

weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
2 replies
January

@MitchellM - I didn’t keep track of the budget on this one to be honest. It would have been about $1k-$1.5k. Pavers were the most expensive at about $ ...

weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
January

Hi @SthCoastBuilder - you're quite right... excuse the typo, I meant to say sewerage. The plans were approved by our local council, so there won't be ...

weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
January

@Jay8 not that I’ve seen. But some bar fridges like the ones from come with a benchtop integrated into them.

weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
7 replies

BeforeThe path down the side of our house needed some sprucing up to say the least. We wanted to add some shelter / storage for the bikes so we could ...

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