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Jason is the Bunnings Workshop community manager. He has a passion for online communities. Jason is always impressed at how much valuable knowledge and experience that members share with the community.
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Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
Monday

Hi @Emfrog, Please let us know what model you end up going with and what your impressions are. I'm sure the rest of the Bunnings Workshop community ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Monday

Sorry for your loss @Baretta11. You certainly did everything you could. Jason

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
Monday

Hi @Bellab, Let me also extend a very warm welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. Please let me know if you have any trouble sharing some ph ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Thursday

They look terrific @shannonrennison. What a great little project to share for your first post on the Bunnings Workshop community. It looks like you've ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
a week ago

That sounds like a really dangerous experience @seannami. I will ask one of the team to reach out and get more information. Many thanks for sharing. ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
a week ago

As long as you don't have any drainage issues at the moment, if you are just adding weed mat and pebbles you shouldn't need to add anything else. J ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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a week ago

Hi @ivanh, Let me also extend a very warm welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. As you can see, we have loads of helpful members on the site s ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
a week ago

How can we help @zarapriceless? Side areas can be difficult to deal with but we'd certainly be happy to suggest ideas if you let us know what you ar ...

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MelC1
Budding Contributor
yesterday

Thank you @EricL, much appreciated. I’ll show that to my husband  That’s an interesting idea to countersink the tray. Food for thought!

Bunnings Team Member EricL
Bunnings Team Member
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yesterday

Hi @MelC1 As requested, I've replaced the sink with a round bowl and have done your wall tiles in both Subway and Decor8 tiles. I've also counters ...

Whiteagle
New Contributor
1 reply
yesterday

Thanks Eric. Went with the 10 x 65mm. They worked well.

MelC1
Budding Contributor
2 replies
yesterday

Thanks @EricL,very snazzy! If you have the time, would you mind changing a few things? I ended up purchasing a round overmount sink and a black mixe ...

MikeTNZ
Experienced Contributor
yesterday

Personally,I wouldn't even bother installing traditional fluorescent light fittings these days,my workshop is illuminated by them and once they start ...

MikeTNZ
Experienced Contributor
yesterday

Hi there Allirae,Gee that does look strange, if you were to use some abrasive paper (say 100-120 grit)on the right hand sides of the draw runners them ...

MikeTNZ
Experienced Contributor
yesterday

@mike13, Like EricL, I have some worries about this, you seriously need to engage a structural engineer for this sort of thing, you may not want to h ...

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Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
1 reply
Monday

Sorry for your loss @Baretta11. You certainly did everything you could. Jason

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
1 reply
Thursday

They look terrific @shannonrennison. What a great little project to share for your first post on the Bunnings Workshop community. It looks like you've ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
a week ago

As long as you don't have any drainage issues at the moment, if you are just adding weed mat and pebbles you shouldn't need to add anything else. J ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
1 reply
a week ago

Hi @ivanh, Let me also extend a very warm welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. As you can see, we have loads of helpful members on the site s ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
a week ago

Looking forward to seeing your plans @PeakyBlinder71. I'm sure Eric will get back to you as soon as possible. Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop commu ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
a week ago

Let me also extend a very warm welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Beginner-LyndaS. We're so pleased to have you join us. I thought you migh ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
2 weeks ago

Hi @Amrit, Let me extend my own welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. We're really pleased to have you join us. Another long-running discus ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
3 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @tahneep, Just thought I'd add that you should find this step-by-step guide by experienced contributor @Noelle very useful when it comes time to ...

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raymond265
Budding Contributor
6 replies

This space for year-round outdoor entertaining includes bench seats with built-in planter boxes and a fire pit lid that doubles as a small table. Th ...

robchin
Experienced Contributor
5 replies

This huge desk was built in just one hour using a SpecRite Teak Panel and RapidMesh Furniture Legs. The projectHow to build a deskPopular desk proje ...

MGusto
Junior Contributor
4 replies

A low-level deck with screening and steps that uses a screw pedestal system as bearers. The projectBefore and afterHow to build a low-level deckMore ...

sandy_d
Established Contributor
18 replies

An easy and attractive corner makeover including a bench seat made using Besser blocks and a concrete planter. The projectMaterialsBefore and afterM ...

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