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Hi fellow members, I am a newbie and totally non savvy to handy work/ repairs around the house. My pavers under the pergola are shifting away and deve ...

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I heard a story about a benchtop cracking from the heat under an Air Fryer so I made a stand to put mine on.Space underneath stores the extra trays an ...

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Here are the before and afters of the kitchen reno in our 1940's house. All done with Bunnings products - Kaboodle cabinets, Specrite panels for the ...


Hi There, Looking For Some Information On How To Make Outdoor Steps. Never Done DYI However, It's Never To Late To Learn. How Many Steps Do I Need? D ...


Hi all. My hubby and me are trying to do our house up to prep it for sale, hopefully in the next 12-18 months. Neither of us have a trades background, ...

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Hello everyone...I wanted to hang some brooms and dustpans off the laundry door to keep everything tidy. I looked around, and there were some plastic ...

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Hi all, I want to build a pergola at the back of my house, but not sure how to do it. Measurement is 5330mn (shorter sliding door image attached) x 39 ...


Hi, I am planning to do front landscaping by my self. I need to make U shape garden bed with marbau cladding. Where to start and what material should ...

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Removed carpet. Filled and sanded stairs. Painted treads with dark teal paint then put Cabot's clear urethane with hardener over the top. They came up ...

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Quick laundry freshen up with leftovers from kitchen   

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  • Meet Andrew, passionate about handmade furniture

    Andrew loves using centuries-old woodworking techniques to handcraft beautiful furniture and other objects. “I love the material, how it’s organic but can be tamed. I love how every piece of wood is different.”

  • Meet Marty, who recycles pallets into treasure

    Marty started making planter boxes out of pallet wood a few years ago. Now he makes everything from dining tables to entertainment units and cubby houses. “I love being able to put my own creative flair on the products I build."

  • Meet Brad, a third-generation tradesman

    Brad’s career began as an apprentice welder in a training centre, which also gave the basics of many other trades. "There is a sense of accomplishment in making something rather than paying someone else."