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Jimi
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After a lot of digging, monument fence paint, merbau deck extension and lighting, retainer walls and my first build with render to make a bench ...

Rufaro01
Frequent Browser
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Hi all.I'm a rookie to the world of DIY but keen to get my hands dirty. Recently, we moved into a new property and I've finally started one of many la ...

Yorky88
Super Contributor
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I just decided on a whim to build my boys a cubby house on the weekend and I just wanted see what other people have done. If you have built a cubby ...

Judita
Newbie
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Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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It's my dog Humphrey's birthday today, so it seems as good an excuse as any to encourage Workshop members to show off your pets. Here's Humphrey, a ...

GRAEMOE
Newbie
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Hi, Just a couple of questions....... I have 3 paving projects to complete...... 1. To lay a base for a garden shed in 2 locations.....one is 6350mm x ...

Yorky88
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I’m really after advise. I have very little experience with building frames, timber etc. In this moment of time I would like to build a cubby house f ...

cit159971
Newbie
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Hi I'd like to enclose my verandah with shade cloth on one side but cladding on the other. I want to build two stud walls to support shade cloth as ...

philjay
Newbie
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Hello l am building a subfloor frame for a timber deck over a damp timber slab what should l use the insulate the timber frame from the damp concrete ...

DesRigby
New Contributor
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We are thrilled with our new BBQ Workbench. It was a simple project for my partner Carol. It was assembled using Racking and a beautiful Bamboo Timber ...

kay23
Budding Browser
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HiyaI have a raised garden bed made of corrugated iron and wish to set it up in our concrete backyard.It doesn't have a bottom, so do I need to do any ...

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