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barossavineyard
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Hi we'd like to lay porcelain tiles over particle board (Structaflor), and we know that we need to install tile underlay first. We can only find "cera ...

JillofallTrades
New Contributor
5 replies

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 ...

Kree8
Budding Contributor
12 replies

G’day, noobie here. I’ve been renovating my house for ages and it’s taking even longer again because I’m working almost full-time, have a kid, on my o ...

Itai
Junior Contributor
22 replies

Hi All. We've just purchased a house and we'll be getting the keys in December.I'm fishing for tips, ideas and advice for a home reno. What mistakes h ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Here's the 70s-era kitchen that we inherited when purchasing our house. What would you do with it? Jason

Moose
Junior Contributor
12 replies

Hi, we need to remove the metal components from inside our 1980's wardrobes. Someone suggested it's just a matter of angle grinding. Having never d ...

nzroundz
New Contributor
8 replies

I'm needing help in the layout of my kitchen. We are wanting to move the wall where the refrigerator and the pantry is and put an island there. Behind ...

diybob
New Contributor
8 replies

Hi There. Has anyone removed a load bearing wall without a permit? It seems quite the process to get the permit ... Engineer, surveyor, permit. Effect ...

Orange
Occasional Browser
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Hi there, first time being here. I would like some advise please. As showing on the image, on the right side of the door, part of the edge is worn. Ju ...

LJ1809
New Contributor
9 replies

 Hi All, I joined this group in hopes that I can learn from you knowledgeable people as I love a bit of DIY around the home but I don’t know a lot abo ...

CeeBee
New Contributor
7 replies

Hi, I’m hoping for a bit of direction with regards to floor prep and waterproofing before I re-tile my laundry so I don’t continue to feel like I’m li ...

Itai
Junior Contributor
2 replies

Hi All.On everyone's advice, as I go, I'm going to break out my giant post into individual posts - starting with the Kitchen.I've already received som ...

MelBrown
Junior Contributor
5 replies

I started to have a look at the damage to the interior on the weekend. After removing the damaged architraves next to the door I got a look at the ins ...

DeathByRust
New Contributor
2 replies

For that custom look and personal touch...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
15 replies

Recently I've been completing some renos on an 80's home getting it ready for sale. I've given the kitchen and bathroom a makeover, installed a new tr ...

KingStreetReno
Experienced Contributor
5 replies

We have been slowly transforming our 'backyard' AKA courtyard since moving into our Victorian inner city home. The previous owners kindly left us a ...

Bernie
Budding Contributor
7 replies

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 ...

TaraleeHoani
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi there! I'm very new to renovating caravans as this will be my first ever project and I have a few questions What is the best and cheapest option f ...

magen_
Budding Contributor
17 replies

Hi! I just settled on my new home, an apartment in an Art Deco building in Ascot Vale. I have some experience renovating (I just sold my family home ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
84 replies

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. ...

Darren
Experienced Contributor
51 replies

'We have the worst bathroom in the world,' Na says. But because she's trying to talk and brush her teeth at the same time it sounds more like 'wea ...

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