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JillofallTrades
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Hi everyone, about halfway through pulling out all the old kitchen cupboards and need to remove the sink and taps. Is this something that I can do mys ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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I have the great pleasure and challenge of designing the pool for the new house :smile: In our current place we have a small fibreglass pool which we ...

ChrisLowe1
New Contributor
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Patience and hard work paid of with my very own dream 3x1x1 bachelor pad. Double brick with a garden and shed. Small but with interesting spaces and ...

Bernie
Budding Contributor
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Hi Everyone,i have a semi En Suite that comprises a 900mm Vanity and a Bath Shower Combination.We would like to add a Toilet,1200mm Vanity and a 900mm ...

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. ...

dannyrus
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone, I just purchased a home with gas (never had it before!) so am a complete gas newbie. The house came with gas fittings and an indoor gas ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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A bath can be very relaxing after a long, hard day. But many people these days are choosing to save space in their bathroom and install a luxurious ...

petrolhead
Budding Contributor
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He’s a walk-through of what we have progressed to in the build of this man cave/sleepout/shed garage.

MelBrown
Junior Contributor
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The window frame after filling, sanding, and repainting.The sealed and regrouted, re-caulked shower.The fixed damaged door frame.The repaired window f ...

dannyrus
Budding Contributor

Hey folks, I've got some old bath taps that just sprung a leak - water keeps running slightly when the taps are turned all the way off. The handle ...

rof71
Newbie
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Hi, Can any one help suggests which product, there was push button drain plug, but I want to replace with normal plug set do need to silicon any ...

sunrama
New Contributor
5 replies

Hi I am just wondering whether any training on minor plumbing work like changing washer etc?

KingStreetReno
Experienced Contributor
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Hi everyone, This is probably a silly question, but do hot water systems need to be serviced? All of a sudden we are running out of hot water aft ...

ManDhanoa
Regular Browser
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Morning fellow DIY's I have a bathroom with rain shower only coming off the ceiling. Seem like a great idea at first, but now not so. Prefer the optio ...

Tomo
New Contributor
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Has anyone temporarily moved a hot water system? Mine is currently situated on top of the decking boards I need to replace. The deck is about a metre ...

Sez
New Contributor
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Quick question we are in the middle bathroom Reno’s and we have purchased a free standing bath. My question is ‘Do people secure these by fixing to fl ...

mattylara027
Junior Contributor
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Hi Workshop Community! I'm looking at replacing my old shower head with something new! Something like this - https://www.bunnings.com.au/estilo-wels ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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Hi all, my ensuite and second bathroom are both on the top floor of my home and essentially back onto each other however the water pressure in the ens ...

TheGreendalePom
New Contributor
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I have an Einhell constant pressure pump (with bladder) that I got from the big green shed a few years ago. It works great, but every 3 months or so i ...

dannyrus
Budding Contributor
11 replies

Hey folks, I'm mid-way through a bathroom reno and I managed to pick up a used vanity with tap, so would like to be able to use it all if possible. Th ...

SammyE
Junior Contributor
13 replies

Hi, I'm hoping to get some ideas on how to update a bathroom/toilet and laundry. Currently our only bathroom and the only toilet are independent. W ...

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 ...

AndrewL
New Contributor
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Council regulations require taps to be siliconed. Some overzealous plumber must have siliconed the Caroma cone shaped flange making it unable to be u ...

axiskafi
New Contributor
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Hi, I am renovating my toilet by myself. Ordered a wall faced toilet pan from online store but problem is the toilet pan is different as there is no s ...

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