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Kiwifr33
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Kiwifr33
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January

Hi Desmond,If I was in your position I would firstly be looking closely at my roof truss design: if it's 'busy' you may not get the open spacious look ...

Kiwifr33
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May

Sorry @Brendan, notifications went walkabout for a while! Ceiling joists were 90x45, so were all the corner and top and bottom plates in framing with ...

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October 2019

We're in a fire zone as well, and if they took any notice of grass fires, the new burbs would be too! That said, it’s common as muck here in brick ven ...

Kiwifr33
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October 2019

Or in skips wherever they’re slapping on a new suburb near you...

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October 2018

Thanks @greygardener, had a little setback during the week when 10cm of water ran through the garage (where the resdymix was sitting on the floor). On ...

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October 2018

Thanks @Jason, I don’t know what it was doing either!

Kiwifr33
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October 2018

I’d like to add a couple more photos but it seems to be restricting me to two..? Jason? Jaaaasssoon!!!EDIT: it let me have more if I dropped from larg ...

Kiwifr33
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October 2018

I can only repeat keeping the mowing height high - we do ours on the top two settings on the mower and our lawn is mostly green through summer long af ...

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Community Manager Jason
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March 2018

They look awesome. Many thanks for sharing @Kiwifr33. Well done. Jason

vivvo
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January

Fantastic, especially when you gained experience!

DesmondC
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January

Hey @Kiwifr33 , Thanks heaps for your helpful advice. 1) Trusses and studs: your comments are spot on and exactly what I was after. They will end up l ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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January

Hi @DesmondC, It's great to see you've received some helpful replies from @Kiwifr33 and @wooshka. @wooshka's project is a good indication of what ...

wooshka
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January

We did this if it helps , shows what is underneath the walls if you remove the gyprock we

Community Manager Jason
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January

Hi @DesmondC, Thanks for your post. You might like to let members know what your goals are for this project as it might affect the best approach. ...

DesmondC
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Hi there, I'm looking to expose the stud walls and roof struts in my garage so it sort of has a barn-like feel to it. In my head, the project involv ...

JustJim
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March 2019

So I used a flap disk on an angle grinder and contoured the sitting surface, rounded over the edges of the legs, especially along the bottom to try to ...

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Kiwifr33
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January

Hi Desmond,If I was in your position I would firstly be looking closely at my roof truss design: if it's 'busy' you may not get the open spacious look ...

Kiwifr33
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May

Sorry @Brendan, notifications went walkabout for a while! Ceiling joists were 90x45, so were all the corner and top and bottom plates in framing with ...

Kiwifr33
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3 replies
October 2019

Or in skips wherever they’re slapping on a new suburb near you...

Kiwifr33
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October 2018

Thanks @greygardener, had a little setback during the week when 10cm of water ran through the garage (where the resdymix was sitting on the floor). On ...

Kiwifr33
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4 replies
October 2018

I can only repeat keeping the mowing height high - we do ours on the top two settings on the mower and our lawn is mostly green through summer long af ...

Kiwifr33
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So a while ago the other half may have stolen a nice rose cutting from the nursery. In her defense, it was from their garden, not from a plant that wa ...

Kiwifr33
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September 2018

Co-opt them. Buy 'Edible Weeds of Melbourne' and in no time what were once weeds become salad greens. There are very few common weeds that you can’t e ...

Kiwifr33
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September 2018

Still not finished, but bench related: whipped up a crosscut sled, added a mitre sled that attaches.

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