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iolene
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September

Looks great, wonderful transformation

iolene
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August

Are you going to be opening the gate from both sides or just from the inside? If from both sides then I'd leave the 2 center cross pieces in place. By ...

iolene
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I need to replace the gutters on our very old garage. The ones on it have completely rusted through in many places. The budget is tight (hence me doin ...

iolene
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August

What an incredible job you've done! It looks fantastic and works well on the deck. As you've put it by the back door your dog is more likely to use it ...

iolene
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August

Looks great, you've done a terrific job.

iolene
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May

Is the down pipe (rainwater from the roof) blocked in anyway? Is it possible that the tree has in some way damaged the storm water pipe causing the wa ...

iolene
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May

wow, that looks awesome. Love the peg board.

iolene
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May

Looks great, with the amount of cordless tools I have I need a large charge/storage station. This is getting close to the right size! Great looking pr ...

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pstq
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August

@iolene I used steel. From memory it's cheaper. Once the hooks are up, it's not that hard for one person to fit it into the hooks. You'd need to be a ...

TedBear
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August

Thanks for the tag @EricL . I can't offer any more to the good advice already on this thread, but I wasn't aware of the Fortress gate frame system, an ...

SpencerGre
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August

Thanks for the comment Mitchell. I’m working on a few other projects whilst in lockdown so hopefully we can all see a lot more pallet furniture.

SpencerGre
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August

No unfortunately it doesn’t open from the top. It’s quite heavy, 100kg plus so didn’t think to add any extra bits and pieces. It however has a small g ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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August

What a splendid project @SpencerGre and a big welcome to the community! As one recycled timber/pallet enthusiast to another, well done. You've done ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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August

Hello @DIYMum Thank you for sharing your question about timber cladding on the gate. It's great that you've received fantastic advice from @io ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
Bunnings Team Member
August

Hello @iolene I'm sorry to hear that the gutters in your garage have completely rusted through. I suggest replacing them with Icon Plastics 3m PVC ...

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iolene
Budding Contributor
August

Are you going to be opening the gate from both sides or just from the inside? If from both sides then I'd leave the 2 center cross pieces in place. By ...

iolene
Budding Contributor
1 reply
August

What an incredible job you've done! It looks fantastic and works well on the deck. As you've put it by the back door your dog is more likely to use it ...

iolene
Budding Contributor
May

Is the down pipe (rainwater from the roof) blocked in anyway? Is it possible that the tree has in some way damaged the storm water pipe causing the wa ...

iolene
Budding Contributor
May

wow, that looks awesome. Love the peg board.

iolene
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1 reply
May

Looks great, with the amount of cordless tools I have I need a large charge/storage station. This is getting close to the right size! Great looking pr ...

iolene
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2 replies
May

great job! I love the spoon handles and upcycling the pallets

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