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simon_c
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Hey all! My fiancee and I have just settled on a 3 bedroom Californian bungalow in the northern suburbs. It needs a ton of work, but has great bones. ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Here's the 50s-era bathroom that we inherited when purchasing our house. What would you do with it? Jason

Jess_1991
Budding Contributor
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Kiwifr33
Established Contributor

For a cheap & nasty eBay greenhouse, it lasted six years without fuss until some of the top polycarbonate split and blew out in some wind. Being from ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Hi everyone, Whether it's a cherished lesson passed on from one generation to the next, a throwaway line from a mate, or something you've personally ...

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 ...

Gaz
Budding Contributor
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Hi Everyone just thought i would post some phoyos of my shed its a mess at moment only get to play with it on odd weekends but it getting there slowly ...

BIM_Engineer
Valued Contributor

Called into my local Hardware store to pick up some Pryda brackets where I was happy to assist/provide Engineering Bim Details, info & Data to the sho ...

Adam_W
Experienced Contributor
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Well after months of delays due to everything from weather to design changes to me breaking my leg on-site… (yes, still in plaster…) we finally have o ...

Christian1
New Contributor
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My next restoration project is to fix the back and arm rests of this church bench seat. It probably was once properly upholstered judging by the sprin ...

emmakroberts
Regular Browser
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Hello!! We’re just at the beginning stages of renovating and don’t have the budget for a new kitchen. Im wondering if anyone can tell me if painted la ...

pabloEB
Budding Contributor
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I have had to put in new pine boards to fill in an old Baltic pine floor where there was previously a wall. What’s the best way to match the new board ...

Adam_W
Experienced Contributor
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Hi team,We are finally about to embark on the next stage of our renovations & I need to order some F14 100x100mm hardwood posts. Fair enough…What I ra ...

Juststarting
Junior Contributor
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Hii have never done anything DIY and the interior of my bathroom cabinet has rotted away. I have decided to try my hand at fixing it myself so I went ...

Monument
Budding Contributor
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Very glad to be back on the forum after being laid low for a couple of months - a lot of work to catch up on! As the attached pic makes clear, our 13 ...

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 ...

Monument
Budding Contributor
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Back in May in response to a post by Tara86 and an amazing example of a workspace I posted a photo (see the 1st photo in this post) of my work area in ...

BIM_Engineer
Valued Contributor
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I was jokingly asked "what's worse than having you pants pulled down on Site"my reply " having you House fall down"" We've been done over"- What I've ...

pabloEB
Budding Contributor
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What’s the difference between bare plasterboard and bare set plaster?

harry
Frequent Browser
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Will $217 countertop charcoal pain kit will enough for this area and Ian that colour will b suitable for above colour thanks

Angelina
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone We are in the process of buying a property which has this large shed at the end of the garden. The block is a fair size at 1200sqm so ide ...

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