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May

Hi @EricL , Thank you for your recommendations and detailed information. Just a quick question - if I buy 150 x 25mm H3 plinths and then paint them us ...

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May

Hi @EricL , Th closest Bunnings is Craigieburn. I am after 150 x 50mm H4 plinths. Thanks. 

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May

Hi @MitchellMc . Thank you for the detailed explanation. I have tried looking for 150 x 25mm H4 plinths in several Bunnings around my area, but they d ...

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April

Hi @EricL , Thank you for your response. Really appreciate it. Instead of H4 treated pine, is it okay to use H3 treated pine plinth (eg: sth like 150 ...

karmadra
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March 2023

Hi @EricL , Thank you for your response and for your helpful tips. I have been looking for H4 treated 90mmx45mm on Bunnings website but I am not able ...

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March 2023

Hi @EricL , Thanks a lot for your response. Your tips are very helpful. Just another quick question. There are gaps at the bottom of the fence and the ...

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May

I am looking to fill this gap between the colorbond fence and concrete? The problem is that the base of the fence is below the concrete. So, if I us ...

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Bunnings Team Member EricL
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May

Hi @karmadra I called around the surrounding stores in the area and I'm afraid the 150x50 plinth is currently out of stock. However, I suggest goin ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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May

Hi @karmadra Can you please tell me which stores are closest to your home? I'll get in contact with them and see if I can find you suitable H4 timb ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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April

I'd recommend sticking with the H4 timber @karmadra. H3 timber is for use above ground and will quickly decay if it is in moist subsurface conditions. ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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March 2023

Hi @karmadra My apologies about the timber size. I should have mentioned to use 150 x 25mm 4.8m Plinth H4 Treated Pine Sawn Wet. I recommend callin ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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March 2023

Hello @karmadra One quick way to cover the gaps is by using H4 treated 90mmx45mm. The label H4 means that it is treated timber and can make contact ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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March 2023

Hello @karmadra Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's fantastic to have you join us, and thank you for sharing your question about the g ...

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