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Mathy
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yesterday

Hi @Kokonut - do you need to have Cuoncil approval for this? Generally, when putting a roof on a structure, Council’s like to make sure that the struc ...

Mathy
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yesterday

Hi @BobLoblaw - Things can take a long while to dry out. I wouldn’t use a “film forming” sealer, it will just come off where the damp is. The Crommeli ...

Mathy
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Sunday

Hi @Moose - I have a 1970s place which is double brick with rendered and plastered walls. I would only widen the bigger cracks like those in your phot ...

Mathy
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a week ago

I agree with @ProjectPete - people might “get away” without a permit, but your building/contents insurer is unlikely to cover you if you’ve modified y ...

Mathy
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a week ago

Now THAT’s a DIY project!

Mathy
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2 weeks ago

Hi @kiengkenglim - could you supply more information - for example, what type of lime tree and where do you live? And perhaps a picture of your lime t ...

Mathy
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2 weeks ago

Hi @MelBrown - you can kill the mould spores with a decent bleach - White King or Domestos have been tested by Dulux and found suitable for mould kill ...

Mathy
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2 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @LJ1809 - looks like a fun project. You could use epoxy glue as @Brad suggested. The other possibility is something like liquid nails (if you have ...

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diybob
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yesterday

Thanks all.I've decided to go the permit way. Like you all say, it's not worth the risk!

ProjectPete
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Monday

I had this issue in my previous house @Moose and was advised to use this product straight over the cracks as they were (no widening), then sand and pa ...

Community Manager Jason
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yesterday

Hi @zdouglas74, Sounds like a fantastic project. It would be great to see some photos of the shed - I'm sure it would really help Workshop members t ...

gippslandhome
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a week ago

Thank you @Jason for tagging me into the discussion. Hi @CeeBee . Thank you for your description. As a waterproofer and a tiler their are a couple of ...

Brad
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Saturday

Photo would make an answer much easier.

fairbaba
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2 weeks ago

Hey @christo1. Happy to share the chicken scratch plans I did if you can make sense of them. To be honest the photos in the post would be more helpfu ...

fairbaba
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I just finished off a spring project, getting ready for the warmer weather in the coming months. We have a water tank at the end of our back deck wh ...

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Mathy
Super Contributor
yesterday

Hi @BobLoblaw - Things can take a long while to dry out. I wouldn’t use a “film forming” sealer, it will just come off where the damp is. The Crommeli ...

Mathy
Super Contributor
Sunday

Hi @Moose - I have a 1970s place which is double brick with rendered and plastered walls. I would only widen the bigger cracks like those in your phot ...

Mathy
Super Contributor
a week ago

I agree with @ProjectPete - people might “get away” without a permit, but your building/contents insurer is unlikely to cover you if you’ve modified y ...

Mathy
Super Contributor
a week ago

Now THAT’s a DIY project!

Mathy
Super Contributor
2 weeks ago

Hi @MelBrown - you can kill the mould spores with a decent bleach - White King or Domestos have been tested by Dulux and found suitable for mould kill ...

Mathy
Super Contributor
2 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @LJ1809 - looks like a fun project. You could use epoxy glue as @Brad suggested. The other possibility is something like liquid nails (if you have ...

Mathy
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2 replies
4 weeks ago

Hi @ppp - congrats on a new build house! A photo of the area is always handy to help us, help you There’s a lot of questions here to think about:1. Do ...

Mathy
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4 weeks ago

Hi @hels4200 - Based on your description, I understand that you’re trying to attach wood to metal. It would appear that the metal is hollow - either ...

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