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BIM_Engineer
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With The rest of Australia set to follow Perths Boom-Bust-Rebound Building CycleRenovation Boom Hits Historic high Sealing -2018- 2019 as year of the ...

Pree
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hi I have bought an apartment which is approx 3 years old, its in great condition but the color on the wall are not my preferred. It bit of darkish ...

ChristineL
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Hi everyone!We've inherited an old children's desk and it's become our first little restoration project (alongside our kitchen reno, because we insist ...

Ogrady
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Individual bricks lifting through tree-root activity. This is dangerous for us old pharts, as is a raised deck ( needs steps to trip on). We would wel ...

reno_01
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Porch to be rendered. What products are available for a novice. I believe that there a re products now that correct themselves, is this true? What ...

Moderator Deanna
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Hi All As some of you know, I'm a wildlife rescuer/carer. I care for brushtail possums (love them or hate them LOL) and koalas. My "patients" go ...

Bekkaj
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First time I'm building something. Can someone tell what the best way to build this is please.

Meet the community
  • Meet Andrew, passionate about handmade furniture

    Andrew loves using centuries-old woodworking techniques to handcraft beautiful furniture and other objects. “I love the material, how it’s organic but can be tamed. I love how every piece of wood is different.”

  • Meet Marty, who recycles pallets into treasure

    Marty started making planter boxes out of pallet wood a few years ago. Now he makes everything from dining tables to entertainment units and cubby houses. “I love being able to put my own creative flair on the products I build."

  • Meet Brad, a third-generation tradesman

    Brad’s career began as an apprentice welder in a training centre, which also gave the basics of many other trades. "There is a sense of accomplishment in making something rather than paying someone else."