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August

looks great can I ask why wouldn't you take the ledge of window down to benchtop level? Reason being we have similar set out and there is no space to ...

May
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August

Oh wow what aa fantastic kitchen Mines  Ok I think paint would be your best friend right now. Are you keeping the plank ceiling cos if you are y ...

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June

Thqnk you we work heads down bums up 藍藍藍藍 we will extend this deck part as we making the house safe for when we are older 珞 as this is our forever hou ...

May
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June

I should add we using the wire look for front of house fenceline and front entrance eventually so it was a good practice run.

May
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With a lot of sanding and prep work never expected to get rid of the green that was worn into the grain. We use non-slip powder and got the wire balus ...

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May

Love this thank you for sharing plans. This will work well for our front with our footpath, I didn't think of it until I saw your post 

May
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May

Thanks for that, we brought sand as well today, didn't gravel yet we have that everywhere around the house lol The soil is compacted after years of be ...

May
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May

We wanting to make a wooden pathway out of sleepers. My question is do we need to place sand down or anything underneath? It is going on dirtand pos ...

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Community Manager Jason
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June

Great result @May. Well done! Looking forward to seeing what you can do with the front of your house next. Please don't hesitate to post if you n ...

Neo19
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December

Hi @Jason Sorry for this delay. Due to various dramas, it took me a while to finish the deck. Was i completely satisfied with the outcome? May be not, ...

cadsman
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May

You are most welcome. Just watch out for a bit of a warp along the seat if always outside. I've used a couple of concrete blocks to keep mine straight ...

AHoy
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August 2018

Congrats on the purchase @May. It's pretty common for people to do this to make older houses more open plan, so hopefully the walls aren't load bearin ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
2 replies
May 2018

Fantastic work @shayden06. Many thanks for sharing this project with us. Narrow areas down the side of a house can be tricky to work with, can't the ...

shayden06
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A small project I completed for my sister. Everything was brought from Bunnings.

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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May

Hi @May. Many thanks for your question, I'd be happy to assist with it. I would advise compacting the soil and then doing the same to a 50mm layer ...

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May
Junior Contributor
August

looks great can I ask why wouldn't you take the ledge of window down to benchtop level? Reason being we have similar set out and there is no space to ...

May
Junior Contributor
August

Oh wow what aa fantastic kitchen Mines  Ok I think paint would be your best friend right now. Are you keeping the plank ceiling cos if you are y ...

May
Junior Contributor
June

Thqnk you we work heads down bums up 藍藍藍藍 we will extend this deck part as we making the house safe for when we are older 珞 as this is our forever hou ...

May
Junior Contributor
3 replies

With a lot of sanding and prep work never expected to get rid of the green that was worn into the grain. We use non-slip powder and got the wire balus ...

May
Junior Contributor
1 reply
May

Love this thank you for sharing plans. This will work well for our front with our footpath, I didn't think of it until I saw your post 

May
Junior Contributor
May

Thanks for that, we brought sand as well today, didn't gravel yet we have that everywhere around the house lol The soil is compacted after years of be ...

May
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Morning all, my first post as we finally been approved for a house with banks, geez really hard with this bloody royal commission lolAnyway we get the ...

May
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July 2018

This is probably really too late yet I've only just found this site today lolJust wanted to give a heads up as I've lived in many rentals without airc ...

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