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@Denise54 I’d try another company as I’ve seen solar installations on all sorts of different buildings and roofs. Over here in Oz there’s a handy web ...

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@Maree1 Just a suggestion, but you could try posting on Airtasker and seeing if someone might make it for you. You can set your own budget - perhaps ...

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Well done @Chrissie35 Always great to see people giving something a crack and improving their home. You should feel proud!

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Here it is https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Outdoor/Fence-makeover-for-the-pool-area/m-p/9732

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Hey @bunlovers, You will need to make a frame I would think. Have a look at what @ProjectPete did with his outdoor pool area to clad his colourbond fe ...

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Wow, exciting. What kind of decking are you going for?

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@chrlei Best place to start is probably what herbs you want to grow. Some suggestions: mint, corriander, basil, rosemary, thyme, parsely... It's cert ...

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This is a good place to start - https://www.bunnings.com.au/diy-advice/garden/water-and-irrigation/how-to-install-irrigation-sprayers-and-drippers

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Pull out options for small cabinets that are otherwise unusable gave me the idea to utilise the space next to my fridge in this way. Its really han ...

Chrissie35
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In October last year I told you of the Cat Enclosure I was wanting to build - my very first project at the age of 59 !! It took me a month to complete ...

ProjectPete
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It's been a crazy week getting my chemical grout injection (CGI) done, hole dug, base formed and poured in situ, precast panels made and installed. ...

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If you are wanting to close in the front you could cut two pieces of ply to shape and nail/screw them onto the top and bottom pieces of wood

MitchellM
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Break up crayons and lay them in the groove, melt with a heat gun.Scrap back excess so, crayon layer is flush with surface.Sand with orbital sander, t ...

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Update time!We are heading towards done with stage-1 now. Really happy with how it's looking.

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Also... most of my shots shave been from inside out... here's a before & a work-in-progress from a couple of weeks ago. (I don't think I've posted the ...

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If you get started now you could be warming yourself on this come winter time!

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@Maree1 Just a suggestion, but you could try posting on Airtasker and seeing if someone might make it for you. You can set your own budget - perhaps ...

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Well done @Chrissie35 Always great to see people giving something a crack and improving their home. You should feel proud!

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Wow, exciting. What kind of decking are you going for?

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@chrlei Best place to start is probably what herbs you want to grow. Some suggestions: mint, corriander, basil, rosemary, thyme, parsely... It's cert ...

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This is a good place to start - https://www.bunnings.com.au/diy-advice/garden/water-and-irrigation/how-to-install-irrigation-sprayers-and-drippers

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Be great if you could get that finished shot of the home office @TayaRoberts. It would be great to see it.

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Awesome @MitchellM. Love seeing the creativity of Workshop members.

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Great use of timber on the walls. Well done @TayaRoberts!

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