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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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3 weeks ago

Came up a treat - nice one @Sidney7 What colour are you painting the posts, rails, steps, etc?

ProjectPete
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3 weeks ago

Welcome @silbchris I've always been a fan of Steel Blues and currently use these - they're comfy, great quality, strong reputation and look good bu ...

ProjectPete
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a month ago

Welcome to the community @theskywaspink - I'm sure you're going to find it super useful! Brands If you're keeping things relatively simple, Ryobi is ...

ProjectPete
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a month ago

Good times ahead for you getting busy on these projects - enjoy! You can keep it simple like @Jason suggested with premade screens, or go the "next ...

ProjectPete
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What have you got planned for DIY jobs this long weekend (in Perth) and the upcoming Easter long weekend? Here's my thoughts on 5 worthwhile jobs th ...

ProjectPete
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a month ago

Nicely done. Timber contrasts well with the steel.

ProjectPete
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a month ago

Creative! Love what you've done with it @ElleM

ProjectPete
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a month ago

Some decent growth in just 8 months which includes a fairly harsh summer  June 2019 (first planted)

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Sidney7
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3 weeks ago

Honeybear says she likes the 'classic cream' but I rather like that 'ironstone' or 'ironbark '' which would enhance and contrast nicely the surroundin ...

Community Manager Jason
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3 weeks ago

Hope all those lucky enough to have this Monday off enjoy a relaxing and productive long weekend. Let us know if you need a hand with any projects you ...

Kermit
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3 weeks ago

I'm a Blundstone fan. Rarely wear anything else!

Sidney7
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This my rear deck I am building, and in the process of painting the pergola/posts etc and considering getting rid of the narrow steep stairs and const ...

silbchris
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Hi guys, Thanks for welcoming me to the board. I wanted to ask advice on investing in a good pair of work boots for working around the house. Would ...

theskywaspink
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3 weeks ago

Thanks for that @ProjectPete, I had a moment and turns out I have a Makita anyway I figured I would need some clamps and have most of that stuff, but ...

MitchellM
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4 weeks ago

@Kermit Here you go!! The Ultimate Kit , retails for $1899. Did some quick math and the products included add up to $2560 worth.

Community Manager Jason
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a month ago

Welcome @theskywaspink, Sorry to read you’ve had to give up the cricket. My vets team had a grand final win last weekend - I still love it! But cer ...

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ProjectPete
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3 weeks ago

Welcome @silbchris I've always been a fan of Steel Blues and currently use these - they're comfy, great quality, strong reputation and look good bu ...

ProjectPete
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1 reply
a month ago

Welcome to the community @theskywaspink - I'm sure you're going to find it super useful! Brands If you're keeping things relatively simple, Ryobi is ...

ProjectPete
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2 replies
a month ago

Good times ahead for you getting busy on these projects - enjoy! You can keep it simple like @Jason suggested with premade screens, or go the "next ...

ProjectPete
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5 replies

What have you got planned for DIY jobs this long weekend (in Perth) and the upcoming Easter long weekend? Here's my thoughts on 5 worthwhile jobs th ...

ProjectPete
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1 reply
a month ago

Nicely done. Timber contrasts well with the steel.

ProjectPete
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a month ago

Creative! Love what you've done with it @ElleM

ProjectPete
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a month ago

Some decent growth in just 8 months which includes a fairly harsh summer  June 2019 (first planted)

ProjectPete
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While I was hoping to get this done sooner, the fun and relaxation of the festive period and a busy start to the year put it on the back burner for a ...

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