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rajavamsi
Growing in Experience
Wednesday

Thank you @MitchellMc

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Growing in Experience
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I am considering my driveway extension by a. Removing the black marked area and b. Concreating the area identified in Orange. I have got a simple qu ...

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Growing in Experience
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Dear Community members, The Coving corners are slowly dropping down in my car garage. I have attached two photographs that will provide a view of th ...

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Growing in Experience
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a month ago

Thank you for the detailed response. I was able to locate the tubular latch at my local bunnings and the problem is solved. Thank you, @JacobZ

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Growing in Experience
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Dear Community experts / members, The privacy set on one of my doors is not working. Upon checking, I found that the latch is not working (as identi ...

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Growing in Experience
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December

Thank you @MitchellMc I have a follow up clarification. When i look at the website for the decking oils, it does state usage of Timber prep and Deck ...

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November

Thank you folks. I am very close to finishing my project. Photo attached. Thank you. I am looking to oil the deck now and am looking to retain natural ...

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October

Thank you Mitchell i am pre-drilling with a countersink drill bit. The cracks happened after doing the pre drilling

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Bunnings Team Member EricL
Bunnings Team Member
October

Hi @rajavamsi Another possible reason you are getting cracks in your timber decking is the location of your drilling points. When pre-drilling into ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
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October

Hi @rajavamsi, Are you pre-drilling and countersinking those holes with a countersinking drill bit? If not, that is why the end grain splits out; yo ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
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October

That will be fine, @rajavamsi. Mitchell

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
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October

Hi @rajavamsi, Those pedestal feet can be used as a floating system, where you don't need to attach them to the footer; they just sit on top. Since yo ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
Bunnings Team Member
September

Hello @rajavamsi Thanks for sharing your question about your Hibiscus plant. Looking at the photo you posted, I don't see any spotting, rusting or ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
September

Hi @rajavamsi, Check out this article: What software do you use for drawing plans? Jason

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
September

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @rajavamsi. It's brilliant to have you join us, and many thanks for your question about constructing a low- ...

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rajavamsi
Growing in Experience
Wednesday

Thank you @MitchellMc

rajavamsi
Growing in Experience
1 reply
a month ago

Thank you for the detailed response. I was able to locate the tubular latch at my local bunnings and the problem is solved. Thank you, @JacobZ

rajavamsi
Growing in Experience
3 replies
November

Thank you folks. I am very close to finishing my project. Photo attached. Thank you. I am looking to oil the deck now and am looking to retain natural ...

rajavamsi
Growing in Experience
5 replies
October

Thank you. It is relief for me that I do not need to repair concrete. the joist extends the concrete by 80 cm in length. All the pedestal feet are pla ...

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Growing in Experience
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HI Team, I am looking for some guidance. We have got a hibiscus plant five year ago and roughly six months ago, we have planted to the ground. ...

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