Energy, Save Money
Living Without Air Conditioning
by John Ross
This home needs no heating or cooling, yet it is located in Victoria’s
& Storage Sheds
Preparation and planning are essential if you want the
maximum benefit from your new shed.
If You Dare
by Norm Verity
Home warranty insurance continues
to pose a major concern to builders and renovators.
Space to Live In
by Hilary Loftus
Building a new home involves
the stress of selling the old one.
Takes Two to Tango
Using a carpenter’s gauge and a band saw to solve
the problem of cutting uniform curves and circles.
Dump It, Paint it!
by Bert Toomey
Good as new furniture at
a fraction of the cost.
the Workshop to the Kitchen
Microplane tools venture out of the shed.
Electricity Without Getting Bored — 27
Why can’t I do my own house wiring?
with Bunnings Warehouse
Seal Out Draughts This Winter!
A great range
of sealing products for almost any application, plus a nifty new floor vent.
Power Cord Suspender
by Rudolf Scheerle
Make this handy four-way power cord suspender for the workshop, from bits out
of the waste bin.
Saw Guard Retainer
by Bob Ellis
Triton Owner’s Club Toowoomba QLD
Create Professional Timber Joints.
by Les Miller
Toolbox hammers — from claw and ball
pein to lump and mallet. How to use a hammer and look after it.
by Ken Davidson
made quick grab/release clamp with a host of applications.
Metabo Power Grip
by Scott & Sharlene Bauer
go-anywhere small drill/driver to please everyone!
by Pat Crowe
A few simple repairs can restore
a ladder to service.
Truck with Tradition
by Lindsay G Collins
The sack truck
may have been replaced by the forklift, but they’re still very useful and making
one is an interesting project.
to Install a Patio Door Lock
by Cal Todd
Improve your home
security in less than half an hour.
That Old Cooler
by Pat Crowe
Some ideas on how to give a
second life to the ubiqitous Bonaire portable evaporative air cooler.
Bureau for the Home
by A Wiseman
A tidy solution for your
Very Simple Coffee Table
by David Haskett
This table is so
simple, yet attractive and functional. Make one up in a hurry if you need it or
teach your kids how to make it.
by Leigh Brown
A simple project on which to
practice your hand tool skills and a practical addition to any workshop.
by Michael Byrne
Small Engine Care
by Daniel London
Floors and Stairs
Masonry and Plastering
by Mike Lawrence
by Julian Cassell and Peter Parnham