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Hi team I noticed this morning some kind of fungus growing in the soil of my Rubber plant. Never seen anything like this before. Is it an issue? ...

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April

Hi @MitchellMc Apologies for the delay. I didn't actually take a lot of photos during constructions which is unlike me! Frame is built from H3 treate ...

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April

Just an update on this project. Turned out pretty nice in the end. Far from prefect but will be a nice area to sit and have a fire in the colder month ...

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April

Great advice, thank you as always!

tony1982
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April

Wow great service thank you @MitchellMc Looks like a floodlight might work better as I don't need it to be motion sensitive, it's not for security pu ...

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April

Hi team. Interested in something like this. Basically want to mount a light on the wall behind the BBQ to give more light when cooking in the evenings ...

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Noelle
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July

Hi @tony1982 Growing media (potting mix) is made from a range of natural ingredients including peat, coir fibre, composted pine bark, etc, all of w ...

redracer01
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March

Hello @tony1982 I suggest using treated structural timber and marine ply to build your interior frame so that it will withstand the weather. I also s ...

Shawbird
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March

Landscape supplier will be much more cost effective. You can get 1/4m3 quantities or by the bag too.

Community Manager Jason
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March

Hi @tony1982, I suggest you get in touch with the Special Orders team at your local Bunnings store. They can organise a bulk order and delivery of ...

darryl7
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November

@tony1982 Hi tony, my previous kitchen was much more exposed than it is now and was that way for 7 years before i extended my pergola. The section ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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June 2020

Hi @tony1982, It was a bit hard to tell from the pictures if there was a gap between the deck and fence. If there is space between, I would concre ...

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tony1982
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April

Hi @MitchellMc Apologies for the delay. I didn't actually take a lot of photos during constructions which is unlike me! Frame is built from H3 treate ...

tony1982
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5 replies
April

Just an update on this project. Turned out pretty nice in the end. Far from prefect but will be a nice area to sit and have a fire in the colder month ...

tony1982
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April

Great advice, thank you as always!

tony1982
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April

Wow great service thank you @MitchellMc Looks like a floodlight might work better as I don't need it to be motion sensitive, it's not for security pu ...

tony1982
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March

Good call on the bricks to add height. I was planning to dig some blocks into the soil to raise it up slightly and give me a level foundation.

tony1982
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March

Thanks @Jason we haven't fully decided on dimensions yet but once I do I will come back with more info. As I'm not looking to fill a cage, just have s ...

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May

Hi team Looking to build some bench seats for a fire pit area and like the look of loose rocks under the seat. Similar to the pic below but with a b ...

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