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Pools and Spas

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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How is everyone in Melbourne going with the clean-up following the dust storm on Wednesday night? I managed to give our deck and paving a decent cle ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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I'm writing about my custom pool design in a separate post but felt this aspect needs a specific post for itself. I want to hide my pool pump (1.5hp) ...

kashgenius
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, I am looking for ideas on how should I fill up the garden pond that I recently got emptied. I do not wish to pump water in and out anymore. ...

dermotmunro
Budding Contributor
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So, bear with me, ill update as I progress, we have just built a house in Western Australia, pool went in before the house. I have already done the ...

andreajoe
New Contributor
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my fish pond has a leak in the bottom. The pond is some sort of rigid black plastic or polypropylene. How can I fix the leak? The hole is about 8cm ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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Hi friends. A friend of mine needs a solution to a pool fencing/barrier issue and I'm hoping you creative folk can come up with something for her/us ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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I have the great pleasure and challenge of designing the pool for the new house :smile: In our current place we have a small fibreglass pool which we ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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Hi peeps - just came across this Naked Pool System which means freshwater swimming :grin: Just wondering if anyone has an experience/feedback on this ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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I'm really happy with how this small composite deck came up that I did for a friend/customer. As you can see, it really spruces the area up and giving ...

liverpoolroad
Bolted-on Browser
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we have a marble sheen pool with pebble Crete coping that is quite badly cracked and we are looking for ideas to freshen it up and contain the deterio ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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The weather is finally starting to warm up across the country, leading many people to consider installing a pool. Meanwhile, those lucky enough to alr ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Our house was built in the 50s and we’ve renovated inside, but now it’s time to tackle the backyard... We’ve decided that the double car garage, whi ...

Adam_W
Super Contributor
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Looking forward to the first issue FREE in Bunnings Warehouses from this weekend.And yes... proud to say I've been working with the team to create som ...

MartyH
Valued Contributor
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The Mrs and I have seen a fiberglass selfcleaning pool and it seems a ripper. These jets pop out the bottom and move all the water and leaves aroun ...

redracer01
Valued Contributor
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Summer is fast approaching and one of the things I wish I built was an outdoor shower for my kids! But the idea passed by as I was too busy swimming w ...

dallasclark
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, First project in the new house. I'm seeking some ideas to transform the pool area and making it the central feature as you walk out into t ...

WoodenGregsWood
Junior Contributor
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Community Manager Jason
Community Manager

Workshop community update #88 Hi all, It’s a privilege to chat to Workshop community members and share their amazing stories. It’s fantastic to ...

Wombat1954
New Contributor
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Has anyone seen plans for steps with a small decking to suit entry to an above ground Spa? I am no carpenter, but with a few beers and a mates weekend ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager

Workshop community update #86 Hi all, It’s been wonderful to have so many new community members join us in recent weeks. We look forward to you ...

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