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Berry
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May

I’d like to take them down but perhaps I’ll wait and see if they offer any advantage in winter. Thank you @MitchellMc & @TedBear

Berry
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May

 We’ve moved into a town house with a couple of these rails outside above windows - I’m just wondering if they have a purpose? They don’t seem like th ...

Berry
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May

Yes I’ll tread carefully. Thanks everyone for the good advice 

Berry
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2 replies
May

Thank you, that’s really helpful to know about the council regulations. It’s pouring rain this weekend so I’ll be keeping an eye on those stones!

Berry
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May

Thanks for the reply and its quite good to know others have had this issue! It sounds like I have a few things to raise with the neighbours.

Berry
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April

Thanks for the reply. I’ll discuss with the neighbours and hopefully they’re willing to address those issues on their side. Those stones coming throug ...

Berry
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May

      Hello, I’ve just moved into a 10 year old house with a fence line against a car park for a set of units. The horizontal planks on my side l ...

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TedBear
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May

They look very much like the type of solar shades that are more often used in European houses than in harsh Australian conditions. If that is what the ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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May

Hi @Berry, If they are only positioned above windows, I would suggest they are aesthetical awnings and perhaps a design element. I can't imagine t ...

Adam_W
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May

No worries @Berry Maybe just make a phone call to your council & see if they can offer some information or advice. You don't want to get peoples nose ...

redracer01
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April

Hello @Berry Hello and Welcome to Bunnings Workshop. I've run in to this particular situation before. I agree with @MitchellMc that perhaps a retaini ...

Adam_W
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May

A lot of things going on here @Berry If the fence is supporting the load of the gravel (i.e. - the ground level has been raised) that is technically i ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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April

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Berry. It's amazing that you've joined us, and many thanks for your question. Any method of preventing tho ...

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Berry
Budding Contributor
May

I’d like to take them down but perhaps I’ll wait and see if they offer any advantage in winter. Thank you @MitchellMc & @TedBear

Berry
Budding Contributor
May

Yes I’ll tread carefully. Thanks everyone for the good advice 

Berry
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2 replies
May

Thank you, that’s really helpful to know about the council regulations. It’s pouring rain this weekend so I’ll be keeping an eye on those stones!

Berry
Budding Contributor
May

Thanks for the reply and its quite good to know others have had this issue! It sounds like I have a few things to raise with the neighbours.

Berry
Budding Contributor
April

Thanks for the reply. I’ll discuss with the neighbours and hopefully they’re willing to address those issues on their side. Those stones coming throug ...

Berry
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8 replies
May

      Hello, I’ve just moved into a 10 year old house with a fence line against a car park for a set of units. The horizontal planks on my side l ...

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