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ProjectPete
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Handy guy; got skills and love putting them to use. Love trying new things and learning. Keen BBQer particularly the good ol' low n slow; grilling, smoking, roasting.
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Word of warning re air con ducting. Once the ducting had been installed, the bulkhead frame was installed to conceal it all. Luckily we caught things ...

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Had another site meeting on Friday and from all reports, things are coming along more smoothly and quickly than previously. We've been given a handove ...

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Oh ok. I'm over in Perth so I unfortunately won't be able to help you out this time round.

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Where are you located @AmyL?

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Hi @AmyL, can you please clarify what you query actually is? Do you want someone to supply and/or cut a pieace of laminate to that size for you?

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Yeah fair enough @MartyH - pros and cons. I do agree with the point you've made and it was considered. And I'm gald you said something to create a bit ...

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Just thought I'd share some work I've just completed for a customer. Total of 21 hours work over 3 days (allowing for drying times, etc). As always, h ...

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I've used Permatimber batten cladding @baza, not decking. Good product and good people to deal with over here in Perth. I'll be using the cladding on ...

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Community Manager Jason
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Hi @woolfj, Just wanted to check in and see how you were going with this project. It's been a hugely popular conversation on Workshop this year - ma ...

Community Manager Jason
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Sounds like an easy job for @ProjectPete! Jason

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Hey @AmyL, I have a wooden "table" that does exactly this. Made out of 3 pieces of wood, one for the top, and two "legs" that run the length of the si ...

Community Manager Jason
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Welcome to Workshop @AmyL. No need to feel silly, we welcome all questions on the community, regardless of how simple they might seem. Everyone has to ...

Community Manager Jason
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Great work @Mikezoom61! Many thanks for sharing. Looking forward to seeing how the cubby progresses. Let me tag a few of our members like @Yorky88, @L ...

AmyL
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I truly feel totally stupid. All I want is a piece of laminate cut that matches my kitchen bench to go over sink. Please see photos & measurements. I ...

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ProjectPete
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Word of warning re air con ducting. Once the ducting had been installed, the bulkhead frame was installed to conceal it all. Luckily we caught things ...

ProjectPete
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Had another site meeting on Friday and from all reports, things are coming along more smoothly and quickly than previously. We've been given a handove ...

ProjectPete
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Hi @AmyL, can you please clarify what you query actually is? Do you want someone to supply and/or cut a pieace of laminate to that size for you?

ProjectPete
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Yeah fair enough @MartyH - pros and cons. I do agree with the point you've made and it was considered. And I'm gald you said something to create a bit ...

ProjectPete
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Just thought I'd share some work I've just completed for a customer. Total of 21 hours work over 3 days (allowing for drying times, etc). As always, h ...

ProjectPete
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I've used Permatimber batten cladding @baza, not decking. Good product and good people to deal with over here in Perth. I'll be using the cladding on ...

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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 ...

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Ah I see. You could probably get away with it by choosing the right laminate or spending a bit more on engineered floorboards, ie. a contrasting colou ...

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