Udy Regan, Perth, AU

Living by the rule of ‘one man, one life’, Regan Udy enjoys outdoor activities such as boating and fishing, outrageous water sports, seating it out in marathons, skydiving, exploring unusual SE Asian cuisine and – especially - lounging on tropical beaches. He also likes sharing these and other crazy fun times with friends – pastimes that his wife, luckily, enjoys participating in too.

He previously worked in the field services department for Telstra, collecting field data, assimilating himself in the local wildlife and bending geological drills in the great Australian outdoors.

He attended Perth Grammar School, finishing his education in accountancy, and is quite well-versed in the French language. He also enjoys a good soccer match.

A skilled businessman, Regan now owns the Perth franchise of Supercheap Storage, which lays claim to being the best self storage business in the territory and offers customers affordable mobile storage solutions, according to their individual needs.

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Gender: Male

Birthday: 03/25/1983

Recent comments

Re: bucket storage

This looks like a really good idea for extension cord storage. The amount of capacity for wire a bucket has looks like it'll sure beat having to buy a whole new roll of wire everytime we need to get electricty and power outdoors!

Re: Does MDF Belong in Fine Furniture?

I'm going to say very briefly that while I've had one or two horrible experiences with MDF, most of the time I tend to just do rough storage boxes or spaces so I've also had pretty good experiences too. But I would agree you should stay away from it if you're intending to do something a bit more fine and intricate.

Re: Tape Storage

This is really quite a genius idea for tape storage and I wonder why noone has ever come up with this before! I'm actually thinking that this might be able to work quite well with all the gift-wrapping ribbons that my wife has too!

Re: STL 63: The Micro-Sized Workshop

I think that these days it's a good idea to be as conservative as possible with space and storage. Doubling up usage for spaces and making sure that you get the most out of every table top and corner becomes so crucial in our era of shrinking property.

Re: Safety Manual: Tablesaw

Most people do like to use the saws with the guards off as they find them annoying, but my gripe is that guards in some saw models are so flawed in designed that its frustrating not to be able to use them.

Re: Inexpensive furniture woods

Here in Perth we are lucky to be able to work with sustainable timber from Marri or Jarrah, both of the Eucalyptus family. Jarrah is heavily produced and we still recycle large pieces of them that are recovered from old furniture or buildings.

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