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Kreg’s new generation pocket-hole jigs give you the confidence to create beautiful D.I.Y. furniture and decking. 

Safety tip: Always wear the appropriate safety equipment (safety glasses and ear muffs, for example) and always follow the instructions for the product or equipment.

Make it right

Kreg has been the go-to jig for building and repairing wooden furniture for decades. The Kreg Pocket-Hole System, for example, makes simple, strong and repeatable joints a breeze, and the Kreg Deck Jig System is exactly what you need for creating your new deck or renovation project. 

Hit the deck

Dreaming of a deck for alfresco morning coffees and dinner under the stars? The Kreg Deck Jig System saves time and money on what can be a daunting project. The system provides the ultimate clean look, drilling pilot holes at the right angle and depth to hide unsightly screws anywhere on the surface. It also helps avoid the often inevitable cracked and split boards. The kit’s spacer rings help you lay every board evenly, while Kreg’s ProtecKote deck screws have a triple anti-corrosion layer to withstand the outside elements.

Mother and daughter playing on a deck in the sun.

Pocket-hole perfection

Whether you’re new to D.I.Y., an experienced woodworker or just a regular fixer-upper, it’s hard to beat the satisfaction of creating or refurbishing something yourself. No matter what your skill level is, the Kreg Pocket-Hole System will help you achieve your vision – it’s an essential tool for any tool box or workshop. True to their name, pocket-hole jigs form a hole (or pocket) at a very specific angle, to house a perfectly matching screw. Measuring is easy, there is no gluing required, no timber splitting and, within seconds, you have simple, strong joints.

Timber being held together by a clamp.

Workshop ready

Kreg is globally recognised for its continual innovation in pocket-hole joinery. The Pocket-Hole Jig 720 Pro is another in a fantastic line-up of jigs, and comes with everything you need for a workshop set-up. For quick, repeatable and high-volume joinery, the integral workpiece clamping and automatic jig adjustments make it the perfect choice for any home, workshop or work site. The hardened steel drill guides on all Kreg Pocket-Hole Jigs mean you can be confident of a long tool life of regular use. Removable docking station wings store the jig’s accessories, as well as supporting larger work, and fold away when not in use. An essential dust port that connects to your vacuum helps to keep your workspace clean.

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Simple and strong

The key to the strength of Kreg pocket-hole joints is in the perfect match of the hole and the pocket-hole screw. Kreg carries a large range of screws with various lengths and thread pitch for different timber types, and the Kreg Wood Pocket-Hole Screw Kit is a great way to get started. Five of the most popular types of screws are included – simply top these up with individual screw packs as required.

Another foolproof accessory to help you achieve perfect joints is the Kreg 90° Corner Clamp. This ingenious clamp holds two boards at a perfect 90° angle, giving you a free hand to align and drive in screws to complete your joint. The Kreg KHCCC clamp is ideal for shelving and regular T-type joints, and is one of many handy clamps in the Kreg clamp collection.

Timber being held together by a clamp.

D.I.Y. projects made easy with Kreg

  • Desks
  • Media consoles
  • Artwork frames
  • Tables and chairs
  • Cabinet bases
  • Storage boxes
  • Shelves
  • Garden beds
  • Decks

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Health & Safety

Asbestos, lead-based paints and copper chromium arsenic (CCA) treated timber are health hazards you need to look out for when renovating older homes. These substances can easily be disturbed when renovating and exposure to them can cause a range of life-threatening diseases and conditions including cancer. For information on the dangers of asbestos, lead-based paint and CCA treated timber and tips for dealing with these materials contact your local council's Environmental Health Officer or visit our Health & Safety page.

When following our advice in our D.I.Y. videos, make sure you use all equipment, including PPE, safely by following the manufacturer’s instructions. Check that the equipment is suitable for the task and that PPE fits properly. If you are unsure, hire an expert to do the job or talk to a Bunnings Team Member.