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Rylstone Shire’s Mud Brick Houses
by John Ross
What started as an experiment (or two) has become part of the character
of Rystone Shire NSW where mud brick is as accepted as brick veneer.
Termite Resistant Flooring
CSR’s latest building product gives termites
even less to eat.
You Tired of Turn It Down?
by Wendy Parker
A great Home Theatre
is more than a bigger set of speakers. The experts tell us what’s involved from
the floor up.
Not Too Difficult Art of Adding a Bathroom - 1
A second bathroom is not
only very convenient but it can also add significant value to your home.
Simple - 2
The meter, main stop cock and service line.
- Identification of Risk
The nine main areas of water penetration
Electricity Without Getting Bored - 29
The importance of the lighting
layout and the differences between uplights, downlights and suspended light fittings.
Beat the Dry This Summer
to keep your garden green and colourful this summer.
Timber + Triton = Toys = Fun for Kids
The members of the Warrnambool Triton Woodworkers VIC, use their
Triton equipment for a good cause.
Creative Use of Shadecloth
With a hot summer approaching,
now’s the time to put shadecloth to good use, providing much needed shading and
screening around the yard.
by Les Miller
Chisels and punches — from traditional
chisels to modern ‘universal’ tools plus a look at all-metal chisels and various
punches. What to select and when to use it.
Art Work Box
by Keith Hudson
This simple elegant design,
based on a ladies’ hatbox, is not only attractive, but practical too. Decorate
as you wish to create a utility box or a treasured possession.
to Fix Your Old Double Hung Windows
by Paul M Johnson
a little know-how it’s easy to fix a double hung window so that it operates just
by Eris Kennedy
If you have a prized possession you
wish to display, this lexan and timber design offers a perfect solution.
a Step Up
by David Haskett
Solid construction and a hand
steady makes this short step ladder safer to use.
Saga of Two Bolts
by Pat Crowe
Persistence and ingenuity
paid off in making up replacements for two bolt-like fittings.
Remarkable Allsaw 150
Nine years after we first previewed the prototype,
the Allsaw is now in the power tool stores.
by John Newman
With a little timber and some
time in the workshop, you can produce your own sturdy desk top items, to suit
a home or business office.
the Strength of 10 Men
by Pat Crowe
A little school physics
transformed the impossible into the possible, and pulled this stump right out
of the ground!
Windows and Doors
by Scott McBride
by Michale Dresdner
The Metal Craft Book
Eaton Kilby and Deborah Morgenthal