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Stuardo
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Made from left over treated pine sleepers, sanded smooth on the top to reveal the beautiful grain. Cut to size to fit the planter trough and joined us ...

Stuardo
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2 weeks ago

Well said @Adam_W , great advice. Those TV shows make demolition look fun till you have to clean up afterwards. I found the same thing with renovating ...

Stuardo
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a month ago

Hi @Jason @MitchellMc Lifting the tiles as Mitchell suggested was a success. Thank you.Good excuse to buy a Multi Function Tool (Ryobi one+ to add to ...

Stuardo
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October

Hi @nicole72 You can get recirculating ranghoods and I recommend adding the charcoal filter which you can buy separately.Stuart.

Stuardo
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I have started renovating my kitchen and a section where I pulled out cabinets did not have tiles underneath. This section of floor will be exposed wh ...

Stuardo
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September

Yeah Mitchell you are probably right with the gutter guard, it would need something more solid like timber. Stuart.

Stuardo
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September

Hi @Martin2020 The first thing I thought of was Gutter Guard fixed into place with cable ties around the posts. There is black plastic or galvanised w ...

Stuardo
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September

Hi @Lassy Sorry I don't know any way to quickly shrink wood, however my suggestion is Bunnings have galvanised steel bracket plates that would do the ...

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Noyade
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Trees are getting higher and it's getting harder for me on a ladder, so I tried attaching an inexpensive lopper/saw onto a pool pole. Then added extra ...

asifkhawaja
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Recently, I turned my boring ugly backyard into an amazing sitting area using the brand new Ekodeck decking. Here are a few photos of the different st ...

woodalwaysworks
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Saturday

I don’t see any handles on the lid. Lifting a lid filled with soil and a plant will have a bit of weight and pressure on those mitre joints in a direc ...

Itai
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a week ago

Some lessons learnt along the way:1. If you sell your old kitchen, then you can actually charge someone to demolish it for you 2. Levelling cabinets i ...

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Congratulations on what you have achieved @Itai and thank you for sharing photos as well as lessons learned along the way. I'm sure the community will ...

Itai
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a week ago

Hey All. We finished the whole house reno, including the kitchen. Thought I'd share all the photos for the kitchen (the rest later). I'm quite proud o ...

JoeAzza
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I had decided to touch up my front timber fence, there was paint peeling off some areas on top of the fence, this was caused by bird droppings reactin ...

woodalwaysworks
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Old front fence updated with a new horizontal Merbau and exposed posts.

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Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
1 reply

Made from left over treated pine sleepers, sanded smooth on the top to reveal the beautiful grain. Cut to size to fit the planter trough and joined us ...

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
2 weeks ago

Well said @Adam_W , great advice. Those TV shows make demolition look fun till you have to clean up afterwards. I found the same thing with renovating ...

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
a month ago

Hi @Jason @MitchellMc Lifting the tiles as Mitchell suggested was a success. Thank you.Good excuse to buy a Multi Function Tool (Ryobi one+ to add to ...

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
October

Hi @nicole72 You can get recirculating ranghoods and I recommend adding the charcoal filter which you can buy separately.Stuart.

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
4 replies

I have started renovating my kitchen and a section where I pulled out cabinets did not have tiles underneath. This section of floor will be exposed wh ...

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
September

Yeah Mitchell you are probably right with the gutter guard, it would need something more solid like timber. Stuart.

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
3 replies
September

Hi @Martin2020 The first thing I thought of was Gutter Guard fixed into place with cable ties around the posts. There is black plastic or galvanised w ...

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
September

Hi @Lassy Sorry I don't know any way to quickly shrink wood, however my suggestion is Bunnings have galvanised steel bracket plates that would do the ...

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