|ANDREW CURRY||30/11/2010 21:40:37|
|1 forum posts|
Just joined this site and find the tips really useful. Does anybody know of anywhere i can buy timber worktop offcuts? I live in durham but can collect.
|7631 forum posts|
Hi Andrew and welcome to this site's forum
The best thing you can do is to look in your yellow pages for kitchen builders/workers in your area and ask, the same applies to your timber merchants....I'm sure you can find more than we can offer but, I'm also sure some members on here may offer some places too.
In the meantime, why not fill in your profile and tell us a bit about yourself and projects you have made and would like to in the future.
|John Kinch||01/12/2010 11:24:22|
|206 forum posts|
I recently bought some from my local B&Q store. The staff were very helpfull and cut me acouple of good pieces from some full length tops that were damaged stock.
|George Arnold||01/12/2010 15:01:12|
1834 forum posts
Have you seen this month Good Woodworking issue235 the letter of the month deals with the very subject, showing what Ken Mackinnon has made using work top offcuts.
And for those that are interested Ralph Harvey's article on a carriage clock is published with pictures and good instruction details. Nice one Ralph
|Ron Davis||02/12/2010 19:39:57|
1606 forum posts
You could try joining Freecycle, I have had some good items from them,
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