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paulmp
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I'm thinking if I could get something like this but in 3x6m instead of 3x4m it would be ideal:https://www.bunnings.com.au/mimosa-3-x-4m-semi-permanent ...

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Not yet, still recovering budget-wise from the move and a few other unexpected costs (cars.. it never ends does it). Looking at a couple of other opti ...

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Definitely will be getting permission in writing, thanks for the tip though!

paulmp
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The owner of this place won't even put on a security screen door on the front door unfortunately.We're all moved in now, the rear yard actually has pa ...

paulmp
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Hey All, My first post here... just after some advice or recommendations. We're moving into a rental this week, the house is great but there is no pat ...

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Community Manager Jason
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Hi @paulmp, Just wondering if you have made any progress on your pergola project? Also, have you seen this video series? It might prove useful for ...

David1
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Make sure you get written permission to put anything up that is semi permanent my wife is a property manager and from experience everything in writing ...

Kellie
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I wonder if you could talk to the landlord @paulmp? They might want you to build something permanent that will improve the house. You could perhaps ne ...

Community Manager Jason
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Hi Paul (@paulmp), Welcome to Workshop. We hope you receive lots of great advice and inspiration from our community members. We have lots of creativ ...

Kiwifr33
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Legs and rails. Rails are dovetailed / lapped flush with the legs. Top left is the first half of the laminated top. Everything is recycled. Cuttin ...

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paulmp
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I'm thinking if I could get something like this but in 3x6m instead of 3x4m it would be ideal:https://www.bunnings.com.au/mimosa-3-x-4m-semi-permanent ...

paulmp
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Not yet, still recovering budget-wise from the move and a few other unexpected costs (cars.. it never ends does it). Looking at a couple of other opti ...

paulmp
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Definitely will be getting permission in writing, thanks for the tip though!

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