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Moderator JaneK
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I'm wondering whether any community members have planted fragrant gardens? I'd love to know what you've planted and why. I always appreciate scented ...

Trusted Contributor
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With the impending arrival of mini-ProjectPete I've been busy prepping the new nursery in a range of ways and this customer floating shelf I made up f ...


Junior Contributor
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Hey All, I thought I'd share some of the projects we have been working on at our new house. Here's some images of our new pergola, we think it's pre ...

New Contributor
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How much can i cut on a single charge?

Budding Contributor
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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 ...

New Contributor
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I have to install a vanity in a corner that is not quiet square (about 92 degrees). I also would like to install a corner shaving cabinet that I don't ...

Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone, I want to build a deck of around 14m x 1.3m on one of the sides of my house.I checked many forums, websites and post here and there. I le ...

Junior Contributor
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Hi knowledgeable people!My bathroom floor is being tiled and the builder pulled out a toilet and then it started leaking and is too high, (placed Cera ...

Experienced Contributor
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Hey All.What are your thoughts on painting an old brick veneer house (late 70/s early 80's I think)? I'm thinking of painting it with a light greyish ...

Junior Contributor
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Hi team Looking to build some bench seats for a fire pit area and like the look of loose rocks under the seat. Similar to the pic below but with a b ...

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