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Wickes Build Your Own Garden Bar - D 1185mm / H 2400mm / W 1760mm - £250 Delivered @ Wickes - 10 Year Anti-rot Guarantee
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Wickes Build Your Own Garden Bar - D 1185mm / H 2400mm / W 1760mm - £250 Delivered @ Wickes - 10 Year Anti-rot Guarantee

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Posted 22nd Aug 2019

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This is pretty awesome, especially if you have lots of parties and stuff. There is a spec sheet for it, if you want more measurements / info - HERE

As you'd expect you do have to build it (Needs a base of 1760mm x 1185mm)
Worth looking at the reviews as there's some pictures of what people have done with them. The top review images are great, using it as a kind of add on to their decked seating area. Do want

Delivery is free on this


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Product details
  • Depth: 1185 mm
  • Height: 2400 mm
  • Width: 1760 mm
  • Wall Thickness: 25 mm
  • Required Base Size: 1760mm x 1185mm
  • Material: Softwood
  • Construction: Timber
  • Colour: Natural
  • Finish: Sawn / Planed mixed
  • Treatment: Pressure Treated
  • Roof Shape: Slope
  • Roof Protection: Featheredge
  • Treatment Guarantee: 10 year anti-rot
  • Certifications Met: FSC®
  • Type: Outside build
  • Brand Name: Wickes

Features & benefits
  • Kit contains timber only - tools, fixings and wood preserver are sold separately
  • For a full list of the products included in the kit, click on the 'Data Sheets' tab below
  • Made using products all available at Wickes
  • Includes 25mm deckboard for the walls, featheredge for the roof and deckboards for the fascias and the shelves. Incised fence posts are used to support the structure and can be chamfered and planed to give a more decorative finish. Treated PSE is used to support the panels and studwork is used for brackets
  • Please note, that the timber, will require cutting to the dimensions specified on the supplied cutting list
  • Always keep clean and recoat all sides with a wood preserver or stain to help prevent splitting, warping and rot
  • Timber expands and contracts in different weather conditions, so some dimensional variation should be expected. All sizes are approximate
  • FSC certified timber
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coyote22/08/2019 12:21

Upcycle. Pallets are free! …Upcycle. Pallets are free! https://www.diymotive.com/pallets/awesome-ideas-for-wood-pallets-made-bars/[Image]



Any idea where to get 12 foot long pallets made from blemish free C16 timber?
Edited by: "andymagic" 22nd Aug 2019
col1122/08/2019 11:56

You actually have to cut the wood yourself and supply the screws, nick the …You actually have to cut the wood yourself and supply the screws, nick the plans and find cheaper decking /wood




I want the DIY version where they send you a packet of tree seeds for the wood and a lump of ore to make the nails and tools.

Look on it as a longterm project.
deleted7202822/08/2019 13:28

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What a ridiculous comment. So a large gas BBQ is considered chav as is a huge furniture set? The mentality of some people is beyond.
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tawse5722/08/2019 12:03

I want the DIY version where they send you a packet of tree seeds for the …I want the DIY version where they send you a packet of tree seeds for the wood and a lump of ore to make the nails and tools. Look on it as a longterm project.


I can imagine the headline now:

78 year old man killed cutting down tree he planted 35 years ago.
deleted7202822/08/2019 13:28

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What in the hell kind of middle class chavs are you living near. Never seen a chav with a hottub before (inflatable or otherwise) and I was brought up in some pretty rough areas.

Same with the massive gas BBQ, although I have met wealthy farmers and even 'aristocracy' with them. Everything about this comment is wrong lol. Is this a whooosh I'm not aware or has the definition of chav morphed into something else whilst I've been out the loop.
Delbhoy196722/08/2019 16:55

I notice your valiant defense of the middle class omits inflatable hot …I notice your valiant defense of the middle class omits inflatable hot tubs, which clearly we can all agree are chavtastic...


absolutely not. I own an inflatable hot tub. It is tucked away in a quiet corner of my garden with nobody overlooking me. I sit in it of an evening and enjoy my view of the trees and the farm that I back onto. It is a simple to solution that enables me to relax and unwind without having to shell out on a permanent hot tub that requires lots of maintenance and a lack of flexibility. I think inflatable hot tubs are the business. I have one and won't let some single-minded fools who call things chav just for the sake of it stop me from enjoying my money and how I spend my time.
Just need to buy a house with big enough garden for this top deal!
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Kitty12222/08/2019 12:28

If I had a backyard I would 100% order one of those


You have a very nice backyard!
Another way of putting a nail in the coffin of struggling pubs
Whilst I don't want to debunk this deal, I had a neighbour build a bar next to our house & against our fence. The homes are tiered & we happen to be the lower one....

Let's just say, please think about others before building a bar 😁.
Does it have a floor ? The photos suggest it does not.
Dejaque22/08/2019 17:05

What in the hell kind of middle class chavs are you living near. Never …What in the hell kind of middle class chavs are you living near. Never seen a chav with a hottub before (inflatable or otherwise) and I was brought up in some pretty rough areas.Same with the massive gas BBQ, although I have met wealthy farmers and even 'aristocracy' with them. Everything about this comment is wrong lol. Is this a whooosh I'm not aware or has the definition of chav morphed into something else whilst I've been out the loop.


To me Chav in many cases these days = New Money... IMO
Andi-C22/08/2019 18:10

Whilst I don't want to debunk this deal, I had a neighbour build a bar …Whilst I don't want to debunk this deal, I had a neighbour build a bar next to our house & against our fence. The homes are tiered & we happen to be the lower one....Let's just say, please think about others before building a bar 😁.


You mean like mine did when they bought trampolines.... F*** em
How to look like the street idiot, one nail at a time.
gaz_anthony22/08/2019 20:10

You mean like mine did when they bought trampolines.... F*** em


I guess both are like children playing loudly !
brettytopbanana22/08/2019 17:15

absolutely not. I own an inflatable hot tub. It is tucked away in a quiet …absolutely not. I own an inflatable hot tub. It is tucked away in a quiet corner of my garden with nobody overlooking me. I sit in it of an evening and enjoy my view of the trees and the farm that I back onto. It is a simple to solution that enables me to relax and unwind without having to shell out on a permanent hot tub that requires lots of maintenance and a lack of flexibility. I think inflatable hot tubs are the business. I have one and won't let some single-minded fools who call things chav just for the sake of it stop me from enjoying my money and how I spend my time.


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brettytopbanana22/08/2019 15:04

What a ridiculous comment. So a large gas BBQ is considered chav as is a …What a ridiculous comment. So a large gas BBQ is considered chav as is a huge furniture set? The mentality of some people is beyond.


Some people on here are unbelievable. Would love to see their lives
Jon_Hicks22/08/2019 21:24

Triggered


Not quite. I just don't understand the immature mentality of people. A hot tub is a hot tub, a BBQ is a BBQ and so on and so forth. It's quite simple
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How can they offer a 10 year anti-rot guarantee if they're requiring the customer to cut the pressure treated timbers?

I can't imagine many weekend warriors putting this up in a day will be bothering to buy a can of Ensele, paint all the cut ends, wait for it to dry, then repaint again.
Immoraliste22/08/2019 22:06

How can they offer a 10 year anti-rot guarantee if they're requiring the …How can they offer a 10 year anti-rot guarantee if they're requiring the customer to cut the pressure treated timbers? I can't imagine many weekend warriors putting this up in a day will be bothering to buy a can of Ensele, paint all the cut ends, wait for it to dry, then repaint again.


It does say on the very first point above.

  • Kit contains timber only - tools, fixings and wood preserver are sold separately
paulj4822/08/2019 12:47

who told you pallets are free? we sell our old surplus pallets to a local …who told you pallets are free? we sell our old surplus pallets to a local pallet dealer for between £2 and £3 each, he then sells them on for £10 plus each.


We give ours away.
stuartw22/08/2019 14:27

DIY question if you are putting something like this or a kids playhouse in …DIY question if you are putting something like this or a kids playhouse in the garden, what's the best way to prepare the ground?I was thinking 2 x sleepers sunk into the garden to provide a foundations to place it on, but raised off the grass/ground.Would the grass die off as no sun?


LOL... Sorry to take the Michael... But the whole world and everything in it would die with no sun.
It needs to go on a firm concrete base or the thing will loosen up and fall apart
If you build it they will come.
How an earth did this deal get so hot? It’s £250 for some sheets of wood, along with a photo of a shed .

For their next trick, they’ll put a picture of a dining table and six chairs next to some timber and get everyone even more excited
GLA22/08/2019 15:06

concrete slabs for me, cheap and will keep it airated if you place them …concrete slabs for me, cheap and will keep it airated if you place them right


Ok and would you take a letter of turf off and lay on the top soil or would you lay it directly on the grass?
Cheers
Hark at the green eyed crowd.
I'd love one, but it'd halve my garden. Lol
Voted hot.
Love the pallets idea too.
Andi-C22/08/2019 18:10

Whilst I don't want to debunk this deal, I had a neighbour build a bar …Whilst I don't want to debunk this deal, I had a neighbour build a bar next to our house & against our fence. The homes are tiered & we happen to be the lower one....Let's just say, please think about others before building a bar 😁.


I'm pretty sure they did think about you before erecting it, just not in the way you'd have preferred.
brettytopbanana22/08/2019 15:04

What a ridiculous comment. So a large gas BBQ is considered chav as is a …What a ridiculous comment. So a large gas BBQ is considered chav as is a huge furniture set? The mentality of some people is beyond.


Chav ^^
ezzer7223/08/2019 08:28

Chav ^^


Hey if that makes me a chav then I have no problem with that. You don't see many businessmen who are chavs living in a five bedroom detached house that backs onto a farm, with two new cars and four holidays a year.

Just saying.
brettytopbanana23/08/2019 08:54

Hey if that makes me a chav then I have no problem with that. You don't …Hey if that makes me a chav then I have no problem with that. You don't see many businessmen who are chavs living in a five bedroom detached house that backs onto a farm, with two new cars and four holidays a year. Just saying.


You also don't see many businessmen who wear a Pulsar watch, Nicce T-shirts, use a Chromebook, and rock the 'lite' version of the Huawei P30.

Just stalkin'
ezzer7223/08/2019 09:00

You also don't see many businessmen who wear a Pulsar watch, Nicce …You also don't see many businessmen who wear a Pulsar watch, Nicce T-shirts, use a Chromebook, and rock the 'lite' version of the Huawei P30.Just stalkin'


Have you just been through my post history . What a waste of your time fair play. I'm not sure what you think that businessmen are supposed to wear but I'm not sure if you picked up on my last post but the important things in life matter to me such as my house and holidays with the family not what I wear or the gadgets I use. Hence why I choose not to splash out on them.

Haven't you got anything better to do with your time?
brettytopbanana23/08/2019 09:05

Have you just been through my post history . What a waste of …Have you just been through my post history . What a waste of your time fair play. I'm not sure what you think that businessmen are supposed to wear but I'm not sure if you picked up on my last post but the important things in life matter to me such as my house and holidays with the family not what I wear or the gadgets I use. Hence why I choose not to splash out on them.Haven't you got anything better to do with your time?


I'm just joking with you fella, it took me a minute or two and I'm off work today so had time to be silly.

In fairness, I also found a post where you bigged up Kia, the brand that I work with, so you're okay by me
ezzer7223/08/2019 09:09

I'm just joking with you fella, it took me a minute or two and I'm off …I'm just joking with you fella, it took me a minute or two and I'm off work today so had time to be silly.In fairness, I also found a post where you bigged up Kia, the brand that I work with, so you're okay by me


Nothing wrong with Kia's at all. I love the look of them fair play. Enjoy your day off
brettytopbanana23/08/2019 09:10

Nothing wrong with Kia's at all. I love the look of them fair play. Enjoy … Nothing wrong with Kia's at all. I love the look of them fair play. Enjoy your day off


Thanks mate
Delbhoy196722/08/2019 16:55

I notice your valiant defense of the middle class omits inflatable hot …I notice your valiant defense of the middle class omits inflatable hot tubs, which clearly we can all agree are chavtastic...


I suppose referring to all 51/52 year olds as gammon is also a reasonable judgement
Edited by: "TKDBlackbelt" 23rd Aug 2019
Does the 10 year anti-rot guarantee apply to my liver?
Soon to be covered in bird poop, warped from damp weather, infested with spiders and cobwebs. Will it get used then?
Erudite23/08/2019 08:17

I'm pretty sure they did think about you before erecting it, just not in …I'm pretty sure they did think about you before erecting it, just not in the way you'd have preferred.


Indeed, I'm sure they thought about it at 1.30am, watching grown ups throwing up at the end of the garden. Then again the weekend after.
Also the Bluetooth speaker that only plays annoying low-end vibrations that crashed through our home with no shelter from it.
The countless regard for our bedroom & the kids 3 meters away from the bar !
The damage it coursed to OUR fence with drunk people falling against it.
I can go on about it but won't as this time thankfully has gone & I'm sure there are many sensible owners of these bars ?

Now, this could happen without the introduction of the "Bar". Reality is...... It was !
stuartw23/08/2019 07:02

Ok and would you take a letter of turf off and lay on the top soil or …Ok and would you take a letter of turf off and lay on the top soil or would you lay it directly on the grass?Cheers


Personally I took the top off to level it out. But depends on how precise you want to be. Mine was very unlevel tbh. Just on the grass is fine but I wanted mine spot on
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