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katita
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February 2020

This is a great solution, thanks Noyade. This looks like it might also be perfect for the front of the house beside the carport where there is no fenc ...

katita
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February 2020

Hi Prawns, We weren't going to attach it to the fence because we ideally wanted something growing over the screen and therefore want space behind it t ...

katita
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February 2020

Thanks IJAS that's a good option however I am wanting something that screens out the view completely if possible.

katita
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December 2019

Thanks @Jason. So, I contacted my local council for advice/regulations regarding Privacy Screens and I was directed to NSW Environmental Planning Poli ...

katita
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December 2019

Thanks for that link @Jason!Yep, got down to my local shop today @MikeM84 and really liked the look of the bamboo slat screening and bamboo canvas so ...

katita
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December 2019

Thanks for your advice @MikeM84, I really like the look of the bamboo screens.The other day I tried finding sail shades but no luck and was short on t ...

katita
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December 2019

Thanks for the welcome @Jason, and the links to helpful posts. I have done a bit of reading already but hadn't seen a few you listed.

katita
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Hi all, I'm in need of some advice for some fast screening to block out the neighbour's kitchen window and an ugly fence.(please see photos) Apol ...

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Community Manager Jason
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Hi all, A number of our Bunnings Workshop online community members received a spam message from fake accounts on Saturday morning. Once this was broug ...

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November 2020

Anyone else receive a spammy message this morning about winning an iPhone? Don't click any links in it either, unless you feel like a IT tech cleaning ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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May 2020

Welcome to the Workshop community @Joey_75. Thanks for jumping straight into the discussion and I'm sure @katita appreciates your advice. We look ...

Joey_75
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May 2020

To start with using lattice with wood or metal frames along the top of the fence basically raising it that way you can use shade mesh among other thi ...

RenoQueen
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Yorky88
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IJAS
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February 2020

Hey Katita, you can solve that by getting some white shade cloth and fixing it to your side of the screen they will never see through the shade cloth ...

Prawns
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February 2020

Id speak with the neighbour? - He might appreciate a privacy screen also attached to the existing fenceline as well - especially if your paying to ins ...

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katita
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February 2020

Hi Prawns, We weren't going to attach it to the fence because we ideally wanted something growing over the screen and therefore want space behind it t ...

katita
Budding Contributor
2 replies
December 2019

Thanks @Jason. So, I contacted my local council for advice/regulations regarding Privacy Screens and I was directed to NSW Environmental Planning Poli ...

katita
Budding Contributor
4 replies
December 2019

Thanks for that link @Jason!Yep, got down to my local shop today @MikeM84 and really liked the look of the bamboo slat screening and bamboo canvas so ...

katita
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4 replies
December 2019

Thanks for the welcome @Jason, and the links to helpful posts. I have done a bit of reading already but hadn't seen a few you listed.

katita
Budding Contributor
20 replies

Hi all, I'm in need of some advice for some fast screening to block out the neighbour's kitchen window and an ugly fence.(please see photos) Apol ...

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