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marliemakesit
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From an ugly and unused space into a garden oasis! To start this courtyard and garden path makeover we stripped the area right back includ ...

LesleyMitch
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Old pathway was trashed with weeds and rot, pressure washed off all the edges around the stones. Mixed paving sand and cement at a ratio of 5:2, adde ...

steveq
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This is an outdoor project on a large unused area of our back yard. The area was leveled using a hired Dingo, which also had a post hole attachment f ...

jaderein
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 We recently built our first home, our backyard was a completely bare landscape. My husband and I love to do DIY projects in our spare time. I create ...

brab969
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Please advise on best materials to repair sunken paving, due to all the run off water I had drainage installed but further water has affected the leve ...

Aliti1
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This is my D.I.Y project that I undertook and finished this February. This deck was something I have wanted to do for a very long time. I was diagn ...

patto07
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junaid2626
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shevysingh
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          My proudest DIY to date…it took a lot of manual labour and even more patience but many lessons were learned along the way. First off wa ...

HayleyG
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Hi all, I have an unused part of my garden that I would like to use as a boat storage area. There are some large tree roots poking up through the gra ...

Justin12270
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So we are looking at doing stepping stones down the side of our house. As you can see in the pic. Still need to level out the yard. But Our issue is s ...

zarapriceless
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Hi there, I'm trying to tidy up the side of my house, I wouldn't call it a side garden yet because it's just dirt, but have high hopes that it will be ...

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