If you'd like to win a $500 Total Tools voucher to help start or complete a home DIY project then keep on reading. Plus you can check out some of our entrants so far.
3BA together with Total tools are giving you the chance to win a $500 TT gift card and all you have to do to win it and get your DIY to completion is send a photo of the job you want to start or get completed. And let's face it $500 worth of Total Tools will surely be a big help.
All photo's received will be displayed on our website with final judging to take place 5pm on Thursday the 6th of June and the winner anounced by PT and Tim the Toolman from Total Tools in the 3BA Bigshow Friday the 7th of June.
So, let's check out some of our DIY people in need.
From Cheryl Sadler:
This "fence" has been (how long have we bern married? ) nearly 30 years in the making necessity is forcing him to try & finish in a week. A bit of a hand from Total Tools would sure help.
From Jim Bob:
May not look like a Disaster but only a wee bit gets done when $ permits.
Doors and benches means the Nursery is complete.
From Brooke Croton:
My hubby started this project two years ago when we needed a bigger refrigerator. So he knocked out a wall and that’s about all was done and it needs to be finished!
From Jane Mills:
From Terri Hurst - Cridge:
This our driveway gate, as you can see, my husband was very creative with building a remote control gate. But as you can see, he has not yet finished it. Even our LITTLE Maltese can jump it and he is pushing 15years of age. It would be so wonderful to have it finally finished after 3 Long Year's waiting.
From Melissa Brown:
I got my tradie brother in to build this fence to keep the dogs out of the veggie patch. My partner just hasn't got around to building a gate yet. Lucky we got it made so tall because I just discovered my Labrador has been hurdling the makeshift gate.
From Ian Barrow:
The project we are planning is to recess two bookshelves into the lounge from the hall, put in an attic ladder and a cavity slider onto the opposite side of hall for future pantry. We will also be reflooring the whole area with a floating floor. The plans are big and I am going to do it all myself.
From Wendy Cooper:
I have a small bathroom for 4 people, that my husband was going to do up, 13 years ago, but he lost his life in an work accident. We were adding another room at the back at the time which we finished, but the bathroom, missed out.
Our retaining wall has been like this for 4 years!! We just have to prioritize finishing the house in the background!! The retaining wall just sits there unfinished!!