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roseche
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  Hello! I am obsessed with these blocks, but unsure how to build a wall with them? previous blocks I have seen have a channel for rebar, but the bun ...

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Which speaker cable and brand is best to use in Media room (3.4x3.6m) for Home theatre setup.how much wiring may be required for 5.2 or 7.2 channels

Sybilla
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Good morning,I try to find a solution to a problem that concerns me since ever I have bought my second hand ute. A second hand lockable tray was insta ...

Samara1
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My Electrical roughing is going on. What type of Outdoor heater recommended in Alfresco sized 3000mm x 3000mm below.I asked electrician to give 15amp ...

Samara1
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Which ceiling hook to use to hang Xmas lights under Eaves in 1st floor in 2 storey façade (no balcony). Dont want to nail the hook in stone pillar so ...

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TV Conduit to 90mm stud internal wall – how to plan? Share pictures to get idea.what will be connected to the TV, leads to the question how many and w ...

Samara1
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If I use my outside lights all the time, I would like to have the light stay ON when I am outside entertaining or i have heard noises and want the lig ...

carter193
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Hi, I have metal door frames throughout my house that have been cut by a previous owner to install a floating floor over two sets of tile. We have rem ...

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When repainting architraves and door trims, any paint that can be easily peeled off needs to be removed as it is not bonded to the underlying layers ...

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