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Denaz
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Denaz
Growing in Experience
3 weeks ago

100% @Dave-1 , it's very satisfying to finally have it done! Next steps are the easy part, just need to spray foam the gaps, paint and then I can prop ...

Denaz
Growing in Experience
2 replies
3 weeks ago

@Noyade I totally missed your reply sorry! That looks great and good to know about the glue too. I ended up going with the brackets but I tell you, my ...

Denaz
Growing in Experience
3 replies
3 weeks ago

Thanks @Dave-1 It's not so much the look that I'm worried about, just damaging something so big and structurally important hahaWill definitely try an ...

Denaz
Growing in Experience
6 replies
3 weeks ago

Thanks @Dave-1 , really do appreciate the help! I will get stuck into it this weekend and hopefully it all turns out! Just paranoid with the timber ...

Denaz
Growing in Experience
8 replies
3 weeks ago

Thanks @Dave-1 and @JacobZ , really do appreciate the replies! I will keep going then! I guess I was also a little concerned in damaging the roof bea ...

Denaz
Growing in Experience
12 replies
3 weeks ago

Hi again @EricL / @JacobZ , I've got everything I need, screws, brackets, timber, etc. However I'm really struggling to use my drill given the limite ...

Denaz
Growing in Experience
14 replies
April

Thanks again @JacobZ Definitely going to go with the pine option I think, trying to keep costs down so rather avoid getting the professionals involve ...

Denaz
Growing in Experience
April

Thanks again @JacobZ , really do appreciate the help! One question, if I was to go with the timber option, do you think it would be smarter for me to ...

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Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
5 replies
3 weeks ago

Afternoon @Denaz Practice on a part of the beam you cant see so easily maybe? Its what i would do. Once you have the steps in your mind it will flow. ...

Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
7 replies
3 weeks ago

Evening @Denaz Yeah predrilling the holes is a wise move (2 sizes smaller usually) tho this tool is gold! Sutton Tools Ezi Sizer Gauge as it will sho ...

Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
9 replies
3 weeks ago

@Denaz Just thought of a little trick a Bunnings staff member taught me, screws going into hardwood, even predrilled hardwood can be made easier runni ...

Bunnings Team Member JacobZ
Bunnings Team Member
10 replies
3 weeks ago

Hi @Denaz, I tend to agree with @Dave-1 that you should persevere and use the screws. Liquid Nails is an adhesive, so its strength depends on the su ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
Bunnings Team Member
13 replies
April

Hello @Denaz Please note that the shop saws are not designed to make precision cuts. If you are after exactly 170mm it's best to have the timber cu ...

Bunnings Team Member JacobZ
Bunnings Team Member
15 replies
April

Hi @Denaz, Yes, a treated pine would certainly be better in this application. The reason I pointed you towards DAR pine is that they come in a varie ...

Bunnings Team Member JacobZ
Bunnings Team Member
1 reply
April

Hi @Denaz, From the angle of the first photo, it looks like the roof batten and wall line up quite well, this will certainly make it fairly easy to ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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If hand weeding is not possible, spraying path weeder is a safe and effective way to control weeds growing between pavers. Just follow the directions ...

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Denaz
Growing in Experience
3 weeks ago

100% @Dave-1 , it's very satisfying to finally have it done! Next steps are the easy part, just need to spray foam the gaps, paint and then I can prop ...

Denaz
Growing in Experience
2 replies
3 weeks ago

@Noyade I totally missed your reply sorry! That looks great and good to know about the glue too. I ended up going with the brackets but I tell you, my ...

Denaz
Growing in Experience
3 replies
3 weeks ago

Thanks @Dave-1 It's not so much the look that I'm worried about, just damaging something so big and structurally important hahaWill definitely try an ...

Denaz
Growing in Experience
6 replies
3 weeks ago

Thanks @Dave-1 , really do appreciate the help! I will get stuck into it this weekend and hopefully it all turns out! Just paranoid with the timber ...

Denaz
Growing in Experience
8 replies
3 weeks ago

Thanks @Dave-1 and @JacobZ , really do appreciate the replies! I will keep going then! I guess I was also a little concerned in damaging the roof bea ...

Denaz
Growing in Experience
12 replies
3 weeks ago

Hi again @EricL / @JacobZ , I've got everything I need, screws, brackets, timber, etc. However I'm really struggling to use my drill given the limite ...

Denaz
Growing in Experience
14 replies
April

Thanks again @JacobZ Definitely going to go with the pine option I think, trying to keep costs down so rather avoid getting the professionals involve ...

Denaz
Growing in Experience
April

Thanks again @JacobZ , really do appreciate the help! One question, if I was to go with the timber option, do you think it would be smarter for me to ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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If hand weeding is not possible, spraying path weeder is a safe and effective way to control weeds growing between pavers. Just follow the directions ...

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