Here is a list of all the postings Harry Crowther 1 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Shed Plans|
I wouldn't buy a plan. You should be able to find one on the internet and download it for free. Or look on YouTube, my neighbour made his from a YouTube video.
I would use screws rather than nails for accuracy and so you can easily remove any mistakes. Hitting nails can cause studs or joists to move out of position. If you are using dry wood, you'll need a pilot hole for your screws so that the wood doesn't split.
Hope that helps
|Thread: Just joined, noob queries, excited about first project please help|
Have you tried posting on Facebook groups or websites such as Freecycle? It might be worth a shot. Old furniture and kitchen worktops are great for experimenting.
|Thread: How do I reinforce a partition wall so I can connect to it.|
You can't go wrong with either type. It's probably worth pointing out that Nylocs are a bit harder to remove, if you need to move your barre in future.
I'd use aerotight nuts if you haven't already installed your barre. They are like Nylocs with more vibration resistance. Here is a link for more information: **LINK**
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