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TedBear
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Tuesday

Hi @saffa1, you are right not to trust the construction of pallets to take the final overall weight, especially as it also involves bottles full of ...

TedBear
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Monday

Are you referring just to the section running along the ground? If so, another option could be to take it down a little below ground and bury it. You ...

TedBear
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Monday

In this case, I would be sliding the door away from the bench top into the corner, so you can take items in and out easily without having to walk arou ...

TedBear
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Sunday

Have you considered folding doors, which would open the whole space up, instead of just half of it? Best stacked into the left (wall) side, in your s ...

TedBear
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Sunday

Thanks for your good-willed offer. I'm happy to know it helped... use the info for deciding future projects too. I'm having a drink of my choice (Gui ...

TedBear
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Saturday

For attaching timber into timber, I tend to go for screw length of 3 times the board thickness. In this case 3 x 35 would be 100mm screws. They would ...

TedBear
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Friday

Thanks for the reply. Combining bits of other ideas is something I find can lead to the best solution for a unique problem. I hope you will post a pic ...

TedBear
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a week ago

Without having seen your frames... assuming that there is a small flat surface of the main frame between the doors and screen runners, position each s ...

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saffa1
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Tuesday

Thanks for that Mitch, a very practical and logical solution for sure. I have added a couple more images to complete the picture. my only concern with ...

SuseMck
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I'm wanting to cover my pvc stormwater connections to protect the pvc (1) from the sun and (2) from physical damage as this is in my driveway. It also ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Monday

Hi @SuseMck, You could certainly use Australian Handyman Supplies 1200 x 600mm 0.75 Galvabond Mini Sheet to create your own custom box. A simple w ...

Itai
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Hey All. We're looking to convert this window into a sliding door.We've already got the quotes to do so. But we're just thinking, what would be better ...

SuseMck
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Sunday

@TedBear i love your reasonings behind your answer - helps me apply them to my specific situation@MitchellMc love your specific product recommendati ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Saturday

Hi @SuseMck, @TedBear might have a different preference from what I would suggest so it would be great to hear from them as well. For fixing the t ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Friday

Hi @JeffRuss, It's great to have you join us. It's also fantastic to see you've already received some helpful advice from the knowledgeable @TedBe ...

MartinP
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a week ago

Thankyou @TedBear for the detailed description and the great suggestion. It wont work on my doors exactly as you suggest since the inside surface of t ...

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TedBear
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2 replies
Tuesday

Hi @saffa1, you are right not to trust the construction of pallets to take the final overall weight, especially as it also involves bottles full of ...

TedBear
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Monday

Are you referring just to the section running along the ground? If so, another option could be to take it down a little below ground and bury it. You ...

TedBear
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1 reply
Monday

In this case, I would be sliding the door away from the bench top into the corner, so you can take items in and out easily without having to walk arou ...

TedBear
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3 replies
Sunday

Have you considered folding doors, which would open the whole space up, instead of just half of it? Best stacked into the left (wall) side, in your s ...

TedBear
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Sunday

Thanks for your good-willed offer. I'm happy to know it helped... use the info for deciding future projects too. I'm having a drink of my choice (Gui ...

TedBear
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2 replies
Saturday

For attaching timber into timber, I tend to go for screw length of 3 times the board thickness. In this case 3 x 35 would be 100mm screws. They would ...

TedBear
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Friday

Thanks for the reply. Combining bits of other ideas is something I find can lead to the best solution for a unique problem. I hope you will post a pic ...

TedBear
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2 replies
a week ago

Without having seen your frames... assuming that there is a small flat surface of the main frame between the doors and screen runners, position each s ...

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