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We have finally completed the last major section of our front yard. As you can see we are on a steep slope which made the job quite tricky. After 5 ...

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G'day everyone. @mich1972 showed us how they protect their garden from the chickens and I didn't want to take over their discussion with my photos, s ...

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Would the 25mm blue gripit plasterboard fixes be suitable to wall mount a tv to the plasterboard? It says they can hold up to 60kg. I have a 50” t ...


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How do I open my overhead shower to enable me to plug the water leaking along the wall

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I intended to concrete the perimeter round the house, but I find that there is a black plastic sheet jutting out from the foundation of the house. ...

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Hi guys - I’m trying to replace only the spindle top only of my bathroom taps. I’ve bought the estilo basin set. How do I get the spindle part off the ...

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hello, I have a 2.3m x 2.3m metal sheeting aviary. I am planning to insulate the roof and the side that takes the afternoon sun. (Unfortunately can't ...

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Recently, I turned my boring ugly backyard into an amazing sitting area using the brand new Ekodeck decking. Here are a few photos of the different st ...

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 We recently updated our kitchen bench with feature board

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Rumpus room was old stained carpet. I have never tiled before but someone had to do it..  

Community Manager Jason
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We have an empty block next to our house at the moment and it's blowing a lot of dust everywhere. This weekend it's time to clean the windows. It's n ...

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    Roy has experience in a variety of trades and has tackled many different projects. He loves the satisfaction that D.I.Y. provides. "I’m always hungry for new building skills, and having a knock-about at a D.I.Y. project is my favourite way to learn."

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    Noelle describes herself simply as “a plant person”. “I enjoy writing about plants, from how to grow them to what you can use them for,” Noelle says from her garden in Melbourne’s south-east. “Ask me to research and write about a plant and I'm happy.”

  • Meet Ron, still fascinated with the way things work

    Ron has been tinkering in the workshop ever since he was a kid, and spent his career developing mechanical skills and teaching others. "I love learning, building on my knowledge and skills. Most mechanical engineers can turn their hand to just about any task.”