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@JS001 wrote:Perhaps a combination of the ledger and some concealed brackets might work nicely. I dont plant on having too much weight. An IMac, sca ...

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G'day @MartyH Yes that is a good point...I guess 'insulation' is normally thought of more in terms of it's thermal attributes. However:My houses inter ...

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G'day @JS001 Mate I am currently doing something very similar to Pete's example and just wanted to offer another possible option for fixing to the wal ...

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OK...I am going to start this off just really simple! I really just want to gauge if there is any interest in the topic of 'sound proofing'. There see ...

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@Baggs wrote:hahaha yeah i got a bit carried away with it.i used a Paslode nail gun. i havnt used one much myself but all my chippy teams at my last e ...

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Thanks for the mention @Jason My apologies for the delay in replying @Lucille ; and also for the initial response you received. It was neither correct ...

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@Baggs wrote:cheers. haha it is a bit. will probably be sat at with a beer more than anything.already thinking of making another one that i can acturl ...

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G'day @Baggs, nice to meet you mate First off could I just say props for putting up some photos of what you did...there have been a number of posts in ...

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JS001
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Thanks mate. My initial thinking was to actually fix a ledger to the 3 walls that the desk would sit on top. The only issue would be the strength at ...

ProjectPete
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A ledger definitely a good way to do it also @CaptainBuff. The pane I used is just a laminate benchtop, from my bathroom/kitchen supplier. I'm nto a h ...

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Hi Everyone This is my first post. I am in the middle of a whole house renovation. It’s going well but as many of you would know the funds tend to ...

gippslandhome
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Welcome to the community @JS001 What an exciting project ahead. You will thoroughly enjoy the community spirit of willing helpers and those sharing w ...

ProjectPete
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I recently installed the below floating desk for a customer of mine so I thought I'd share the process at a high level and the end result which we're ...

ProjectPete
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You've got some fun on your hands @JS001 and I look forward to seeing what you come up with. In regards to the floating effect for you desk, here's ...

Mathy
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So, if you don’t own a proper pizza oven, you should expend a lot more money and time, using the Weber and coals, than you would expend on using a piz ...

Baggs
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hahaha yeah i got a bit carried away with it.i used a Paslode nail gun. i havnt used one much myself but all my chippy teams at my last employer had t ...

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CaptainBuff
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G'day @JS001 Mate I am currently doing something very similar to Pete's example and just wanted to offer another possible option for fixing to the wal ...

CaptainBuff
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OK...I am going to start this off just really simple! I really just want to gauge if there is any interest in the topic of 'sound proofing'. There see ...

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@Baggs wrote:hahaha yeah i got a bit carried away with it.i used a Paslode nail gun. i havnt used one much myself but all my chippy teams at my last e ...

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Thanks for the mention @Jason My apologies for the delay in replying @Lucille ; and also for the initial response you received. It was neither correct ...

CaptainBuff
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@Baggs wrote:cheers. haha it is a bit. will probably be sat at with a beer more than anything.already thinking of making another one that i can acturl ...

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G'day @Baggs, nice to meet you mate First off could I just say props for putting up some photos of what you did...there have been a number of posts in ...

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Haha @Kermit yeah I remember seeing the same thing! The guys look like martial artists or something...dropping a 'flying knee' into the end of the th ...

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I will be fascinated to see what people think about this!I had about 3 lineal metres of carpet to 'retack' onto the tacking strip (the strip that is n ...

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