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kitfriendesq
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3 weeks ago

Awesome thanks @JacobZ that's exactly what I was after!

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Would love some advice on the most economic approach to enable me to cut: - bricks (usually just neatly in halves) - stones - the kids have been thun ...

kitfriendesq
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a month ago

I got hopelessly distracted on some other DIY but just to say thanks for the help above I did get as far as doing the fence posts and side bits at lea ...

kitfriendesq
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a month ago

Still saves a bit I guess @Dave-1 - or I can do v1 reclaimed and see how long/badly they last  Side benches are brick with some sort of cement board ...

kitfriendesq
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a month ago

Thanks @Dave-1 @EricL - love the collaboration on these forums! Loving the ideas - as it's very much a 'make the most of something that's there' I'm ...

kitfriendesq
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   I’ve inherited a partly fallen in old brick table/firepit area in our garden of “varying” quality. There’s a void in the middle which has previou ...

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April

Thanks @Noyade - great ideas also!In the example (I think) and my plan I'd assumed the frame was wood and bored holes but the two halves solution feel ...

kitfriendesq
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April

Love these ideas - thankyou @Dave-1

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Bunnings Team Member JacobZ
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3 weeks ago

Hi @kitfriendesq, Thank you for your question about cutting stone and bricks. There are quite a few methods that you can employ to cut stones and ...

Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
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a month ago

Afternoon @kitfriendesq Now that would be sweet! Adds a whole range of options doing it that way. I would still recommend firebricks surrounding the o ...

Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
4 replies
a month ago

Afternoon @kitfriendesq I have also wanted a pizza oven / bread oven for years Tho the prerequisits are a little scary. As @EricL mentioned, normal b ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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a month ago

Hello @kitfriendesq Thank you for sharing your question about building a pizza oven. What a fantastic opportunity to revamp this BBQ cooker. The ...

Noyade
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April

G'day@kitfriendesq "but I'm not a confident welder" You look young, fit and healthy - you're never too old to try. Steel is actually more forgiving ...

Noyade
Kind of a Big Deal
4 replies
April

Looks like a fantastic project @kitfriendesq "I've assumed doing 2 metal posts would be better for longevity than wood" For, me I'd go all steel - po ...

Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
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April

Morning @kitfriendesq Now thats an outside the box gate! Love it and cant wait to see it finished! I am thinking along the lines of @EricL 's sugge ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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April

Hi @kitfriendesq Depending on the type of bracket you'll be using, I suggest looking at the Hex Head Self Tapping Steel Screws for the steel post. ...

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kitfriendesq
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3 weeks ago

Awesome thanks @JacobZ that's exactly what I was after!

kitfriendesq
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1 reply
a month ago

I got hopelessly distracted on some other DIY but just to say thanks for the help above I did get as far as doing the fence posts and side bits at lea ...

kitfriendesq
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1 reply
a month ago

Still saves a bit I guess @Dave-1 - or I can do v1 reclaimed and see how long/badly they last  Side benches are brick with some sort of cement board ...

kitfriendesq
Cultivating a Following
3 replies
a month ago

Thanks @Dave-1 @EricL - love the collaboration on these forums! Loving the ideas - as it's very much a 'make the most of something that's there' I'm ...

kitfriendesq
Cultivating a Following
6 replies

   I’ve inherited a partly fallen in old brick table/firepit area in our garden of “varying” quality. There’s a void in the middle which has previou ...

kitfriendesq
Cultivating a Following
3 replies
April

Thanks @Noyade - great ideas also!In the example (I think) and my plan I'd assumed the frame was wood and bored holes but the two halves solution feel ...

kitfriendesq
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April

Love these ideas - thankyou @Dave-1

kitfriendesq
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April

Thanks Eric, fabulous recommendations! For the angle brackets - what would you recommend for bolting them to the posts?

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