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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. Insta @projectpete.diy @at.home.rosehill and @homeprojectco
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ProjectPete
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Thanks @homehack I'd use at least 3 angle brackets along the desk. They're 450-500mm brackets so yes, decent span across the depth of the desk. P ...

ProjectPete
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Thursday

In short, 140x45 H3 timber is sufficient for bearers provided your posts are appropriately spaced. 120x45 H3 is perfect for joists. Anything touching ...

ProjectPete
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a week ago

Thanks for confirming @MitchellMc , it's what i expected to hear given I haven't had any issues before. Even on shiplap cladding (horizontal) the glue ...

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a week ago

Thanks for confirming @MitchellMc - sounds reasonable to me. I used to screw through but find it quicker to pop some Brad nails in which really just ...

ProjectPete
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a week ago

At first glance it can seem like overkill but there are several factors involved such as local regulations, height of deck, weight of deck (especially ...

ProjectPete
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a week ago

Great work @kingj11 - it's a lovely finish! For the benefit of others (I've installed them plenty of times before) - what advice did Bunnings give r ...

ProjectPete
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Hi all, bit of a technical question about adhesive. I'm installing some Easycraft EasyVJ panels (which I have experience doing) but there's currentl ...

ProjectPete
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2 weeks ago

Yes they're the ones I used @Leonardw .Nice and simple

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kingj11
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a week ago

We were told to use the extra strength glue first then we did panel by panel locking them in as we went and nailing them to the wall we both waited 5 ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a week ago

From the conversation I had with the technical assistance @ProjectPete, they felt anything above and beyond adhesive was of benefit to the longevity a ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a week ago

Hi @ProjectPete. I've just spoken to Easycraft to confirm what I was thinking to be the correct method of the application over wallpaper. The inst ...

kingj11
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We attempted our first diy project last week after speaking to the staff at Bunnings we felt confident to give it a go we purchased 3 wall panels they ...

sgood
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I have a large shed that I have cleared out and now only really has the pool pump and filter in it now which only takes up about 1sqm in the corner, ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

Hi @sgood. That looks like a fantastic project, I'd be happy to join the discussion. Those ideas look amazing! Have you thought about including an ...

Leonardw
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2 weeks ago

Where can I buy similar timber used for Screening to hide hot water systems

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

Welcome to the Workshop community @Leonardw. Many thanks for your question, I'd be happy to assist. @ProjectPete mentions that he used pre-made scre ...

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ProjectPete
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2 replies
Friday

Thanks @homehack I'd use at least 3 angle brackets along the desk. They're 450-500mm brackets so yes, decent span across the depth of the desk. P ...

ProjectPete
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10 replies
Thursday

In short, 140x45 H3 timber is sufficient for bearers provided your posts are appropriately spaced. 120x45 H3 is perfect for joists. Anything touching ...

ProjectPete
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a week ago

Thanks for confirming @MitchellMc , it's what i expected to hear given I haven't had any issues before. Even on shiplap cladding (horizontal) the glue ...

ProjectPete
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a week ago

At first glance it can seem like overkill but there are several factors involved such as local regulations, height of deck, weight of deck (especially ...

ProjectPete
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1 reply
a week ago

Great work @kingj11 - it's a lovely finish! For the benefit of others (I've installed them plenty of times before) - what advice did Bunnings give r ...

ProjectPete
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2 weeks ago

Yes they're the ones I used @Leonardw .Nice and simple

ProjectPete
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3 weeks ago

I'd just take it all back to Bunnings (with receipts) - they'll either help/fix it, or they'll replace it.

ProjectPete
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3 weeks ago

Hi @Mel5, I left provisioning in the side wall (under the control unit) for 50mm drainage pipe which runs out to a soakwell. I also have a submersible ...

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