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

danieltheman
Frequent Browser
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Built a patio. Never built anything in my life... Fire on patio Burnt roof and floor I'm so proud I can build stuff

MitchellM
Established Contributor

Work Boots are gloves to our feet, they protect us when we're doing projects around the home and can last from a few months to many years if treated ...

dgmcreative
Budding Contributor
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Hi Guys First time post so please go easy on me, I have just purchased a 3 bedroom house with a large sloping front garden and a smallish flat rear ...

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 ...

Christian1
New Contributor
6 replies

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 ...

DIYnewby
Occasional Browser
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Hi all, I'm building a Pegola in my new backyard. Keen to know what the best powertools would be? Cheers,DIYnewby

ChrisM
New Contributor
5 replies
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Hi there Just joined group today & very desperate for any help or as much advice/ideas as possible since having not much handy experience at all We'r ...

donkeybrothers
New Contributor
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I've seen those fancy code locks that don't require a key are becoming more popular. They are a great idea. I'm keen to install one for our backyard s ...

beckyboo
Budding Contributor
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Hi, I'm very new to DIY. This will be my first ever project. Last week I bought an old Millard caravan for 500 dollars. I'm unsure of the year and mo ...

deborah
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone. I have a 80s franklain caravan and it needs reworking inside but don't want to start ripping everything out and find I have done the wron ...

RobPegley
Established Contributor
18 replies

Renovated an old 70s Millard caravan from scratch with a Penguin Classics book theme. Hard work, but well worth the results of a Xmas Holiday projec ...

Kellie
Super Contributor
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I'm getting excited about my new apartment, which should only be a few months away from being complete. I'm not sure what kind of view I'm going to ha ...

Christian1
New Contributor
2 replies

Maddogmick54
New Contributor
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I’m looking to derust cast iron table and chairs. I’m interested in any advise as to getting rid of rust

justintilson
New Contributor
3 replies

Gday all, I've been renovating a Chesney President caravan over the last few months and I've been trying to figure out the build date of my van as i ...

saroadie
Occasional Browser
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Hi All, I am new to this home renovation gig so you would say I dont have a lot of experience. I have an exisiting verandah that is about to get ziptr ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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It's the first day of summer tomorrow, and the festive season is just around the corner. Hopefully that also means holidays, and lots of entertaining ...

jaga
Junior Contributor
13 replies

Hi again, My wife and I recently welcomed a new baby (our second), which highlighted to us that our current front door, wasn't particularly safe.. ie ...

colin7
Budding Browser
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Adam_W
Senior Contributor
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This is one of those classic tales of how a seemingly simple project can become surprisingly complex & how the gut instinct of the DIYer can be right. ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Our house was built in the 50s and we’ve renovated inside, but now it’s time to tackle the backyard... We’ve decided that the double car garage, whi ...

Barker
Junior Contributor
8 replies

I was looking at the render on the side of the house over the weekend and thinking that it might be time to do something about it. Its an extension do ...

T-Bear
Budding Contributor
2 replies

Hi all Here's my second offering to the WWW (Wonderful World of Workshop)! This project took a couple of years to complete mainly due to being a ne ...