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tony1982
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a month ago

Wow! Looks great

tony1982
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a month ago

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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a month ago

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 ...

tony1982
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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 ...

tony1982
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November

That looks great, well done! Great eye for design/function.

tony1982
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November

@darryl7 Looks great, very inspirational! Any idea how the form ply would stand up to the elements in an exposed area? Thinking under our eave so w ...

tony1982
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November

@Nikkaz HI there. Looks great, you should be very proud! Can I get some info on the fence height "extensions" you have? Are they DIY or somethi ...

tony1982
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October

Great, thanks for the advice. I'll just go ahead and repot them all, seems like the best thing to do. A job for tomorrow

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redracer01
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a month ago

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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a month ago

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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a month ago

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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3 replies
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
Bunnings Team Member
June

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
Junior Contributor
a month ago

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
Junior Contributor
2 replies
a month ago

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 ...

tony1982
Junior Contributor
November

That looks great, well done! Great eye for design/function.

tony1982
Junior Contributor
1 reply
November

@Nikkaz HI there. Looks great, you should be very proud! Can I get some info on the fence height "extensions" you have? Are they DIY or somethi ...

tony1982
Junior Contributor
October

Great, thanks for the advice. I'll just go ahead and repot them all, seems like the best thing to do. A job for tomorrow

tony1982
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1 reply
July

Hi guys thanks for the feedback. Going to our local reclamation yard this arvo to see what I can fine. We may end up with a bit more rustic charm than ...

tony1982
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Hi team Looking to build a vertical garden to grow some herbs and possibly small fruit/veg eg tomatoes. Not looking for a huge amount of produce and ...

tony1982
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March 2020

Hi again team I tink I'v found a pic similar to what I had in my head for my "feature screen idea" - something like the below but in a L shape in the ...

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