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Bi fold doors made and fiited. Decor trim to be made. Finished product Independent freestanding frame. A long alcove in a large entancewa ...

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Hi @JokerI've watched those two old boys on YouTube. GalvSteel seems to be the way to go talking to people, due to keeping the moisture out. Just not ...

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Hints, Tips, Advice. PleaseLooking into putting up a Brushwood fence and wondered if anyone out there had done it before??main questions was with the ...

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#kermit idea of a front fence from the ground up covering the wall then at least 1200 high from the highest floor level. Or using alloy fencing across ...

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We've been using double glazing in England for over 20 years, probably more and would never have dreamed of using anything less.When we built over her ...

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Allan72
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Hi @aplas1987Welcome. That’s a nice outdoor space you’ve got. Often your deck fencing will be an extension of your deck posts (stumps). From your pict ...

Kevin92
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@LePallet @woodalwaysworks The backboard worked like a charm! It’s perfectly steady now and there’s no need to attach it to the wall.

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woodalwaysworks
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Bi fold doors made and fiited. Decor trim to be made. Finished product Independent freestanding frame. A long alcove in a large entancewa ...

woodalwaysworks
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Hi @JokerI've watched those two old boys on YouTube. GalvSteel seems to be the way to go talking to people, due to keeping the moisture out. Just not ...

woodalwaysworks
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2 replies

Hints, Tips, Advice. PleaseLooking into putting up a Brushwood fence and wondered if anyone out there had done it before??main questions was with the ...

woodalwaysworks
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#kermit idea of a front fence from the ground up covering the wall then at least 1200 high from the highest floor level. Or using alloy fencing across ...

woodalwaysworks
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We've been using double glazing in England for over 20 years, probably more and would never have dreamed of using anything less.When we built over her ...

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