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Community Manager Jason
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Whether you just want to rejuvinate a tired bathroom or start from scratch with a complete renovation, planning is the key to creating a beautiful and ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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ProjectPete
Valued Contributor
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I have the great pleasure and challenge of designing the pool for the new house In our current place we have a small fibreglass pool which we didn't ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager

Workshop community update #88 Hi all, It’s a privilege to chat to Workshop community members and share their amazing stories. It’s fantastic to ...

qeff
Budding Contributor
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Hoping to get opinions here. I have noticed that my ensuite vanity tap takes very long, approximately 1+ min, before the hot water is emitted. Hot wat ...

ProjectPete
Valued Contributor
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I'm writing about my custom pool design in a separate post but felt this aspect needs a specific post for itself. I want to hide my pool pump (1.5hp) ...

LouK
New Contributor
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Hi Everyone. I need to adjust my gutters to get the correct fall towards downpipe ect. How do i go about it?? Ive attached a photo of my gutters and ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager

Workshop community update #87 Hi all, Workshop members this week have been discussing their biggest challenges when it comes to home improvem ...

robyn1
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Help. The instructions are missing. How do I reduce the height shaft to fit in the toilet. This is a very urgent problem. It looks like it needs to ...

Hansi
Junior Contributor
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Hi Guys... I have an old shed with a tin roof and I want to fix up some guttering. The tin roof overhangs quite a way and my plan was to fix up some s ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager

Workshop community update #86 Hi all, It’s been wonderful to have so many new community members join us in recent weeks. We look forward to you ...

mrbean
New Contributor
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Hi, The cement area behind the house has a semi unseless drain that collects the water and mud. Any ideas how to stop it blocking with mud as shown i ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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The kitchen is the heart and soul of many people’s homes. In our house, it’s certainly not just a place for cooking food, it’s where we gather to soci ...

Barker
Junior Contributor
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I recently went to Japan for the first time and absolutely loved their toilets with the built-in seat warmers, bidet, air dryers, etc. We should have ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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AshY
Budding Contributor
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I'm starting to do renovations on my laundry, toilet & 2 bathrooms. Relocating and shifting the water inlets is quite simple as I'll be taking down ...

Isobel
Valued Contributor

Love seeing the increased use of timber in modern bathrooms. It's noted as an ongoing trend in this article about the top bathroom trends for 2018 - h ...

MikeBenstead
Junior Contributor
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Yesterday we started renovating our "new" home on a shoestring budget Watch this space for "before" and "after" shots (coming soon) * planning, budg ...

Jen1960
Newbie
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Hi all, I am wondering if a benchtop dishwasher can be installed into an under-benchtop space that exists for a full dishwasher? I am interested in pu ...

Brian
Newbie
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I've got a fairly large backyard. I dread every time summer comes around as I'm sure to lose some plants. Either that or I spend my entire evenings ou ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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While everyone loves open plan kitchens, in recent years butler's pantries have been growing in popularity. Butler’s pantries are not only a place ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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As I'm nearing the end of our backyard games room project, I had an eclectic assortment of items in my basket during my long weekend trip to Bunnings. ...

Isobel
Valued Contributor
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Fat, oil and grease poured down the sink solidify as they cool down, and create wastewater blockages. There's a really interesting article today here ...