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haveago
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July

Cheers for that. Our closest town is literally has fridges decorated on roads and a is known as Fridgetown. It's colder where the block is an half way ...

haveago
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July

Cheers Jason Getting mighty confused here with other issues like wetbacks on wood heater and hot water systems and solar. Multi tradies and is it even ...

haveago
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July

I so wish my concrete slab had of been laid post shed erection. The termit proofing put in post build has already moved. Snakes etc will become my con ...

haveago
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July

Just had a look at salties earlier start on his shed. He's had a split system installed and then boxed in. Think I'll try for availability of ordering ...

haveago
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July

Love it!!! Brilliant way to avoid the extremely boring hallway look.

haveago
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I live in an area short of tradies in normal times. I have bought a property and will build a home when builders have time. There is a shed already on ...

haveago
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February

Looks great but it's also woken me up to the plans of using part of a new shed to temp live in while house is being built. The shed builders are curre ...

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Sooze
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Hello Just wanted to share this wall feature that we completed in our hall way located off the family bedrooms, bathroom and laundry. 42x11 primed ...

LePallet
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December

@Drkatz65 Hi there I would think there is a stop tap of some sort of a seperate meter connected to your Unit. But if that’s not the case then I woul ...

maknilsin
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May

So after what has been close to a year of planning I have finally completed my garage floor. It took a lot longer to get this project off the grou ...

fhk56
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For many many years, I have been using plastic containers for small parts etc. After years of use these are now falling apart and spreading their cont ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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September 2020

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @fhk56. It's terrific to have you join us and many thanks for sharing your project. You've done a fantast ...

ronmack
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Hi All,I am a few months into building a granny flat in a 6x6 shed. I have started from scratch and am 'Youtubing' and 'googling' my way through it, w ...

Brad
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Was looking at making my own lifting trolly and stumbled on this. I think that may solve the problem of the pit cut out in the shed floor and my wi ...

Chaks_DIY
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The laundry project - ongoing Top cabinets complete We recently decided to upgrade our laundry. Originally we wanted to knock it down and move it i ...

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haveago
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July

Cheers for that. Our closest town is literally has fridges decorated on roads and a is known as Fridgetown. It's colder where the block is an half way ...

haveago
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July

I so wish my concrete slab had of been laid post shed erection. The termit proofing put in post build has already moved. Snakes etc will become my con ...

haveago
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July

Love it!!! Brilliant way to avoid the extremely boring hallway look.

haveago
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I live in an area short of tradies in normal times. I have bought a property and will build a home when builders have time. There is a shed already on ...

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