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DIYKeith
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 Hi there, I’m building a low deck that will sit on short posts (the whole backyard is brick-courtyard with sandstone underneath so will be digging an ...

Bomber25
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Hi all, I’m building a deck for my brother (with plans I got from the various other contributors on this portal). What’s the best way to be able to tr ...

MeMo
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I am looking for an outdoor heater for my 4m x 5m alfresco area that is enclosed with cafe blinds. I’m not expecting it to be normal room temperature ...

Newgreenthumb
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Hello, wondering if anyone can help let me know why these tiles / stencil on the side of the drive yeah either crack or partially crack? I don’t park ...

ProfHenry
Budding Contributor
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A corner of my concrete driveway ramp about 250x170mm has broken away. I have seen someone suggest that Bondcrete will satisfactorily join the two pi ...

daveom
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    I recently purchased some new treated pine decking from Bunnings. I have noticed that half the batch is a white colour and half a green colour. ...

Prakash0501
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Can anyone help on where to start?

funksoulbro1
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G'day DIYers. Thought I'd share with you the biggest DIY project I've ever attempted. We're basically extending our alfresco area to include an awning ...

titusudawatta
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What is the best size wood for decking 90*19 or 140*90 ?

Simon1988
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Hi all,I recently had a 5.5m in-ground fibreglass pool installed with a surrounding drop beam but without any tiles. I am now looking at putting eko d ...

skpanchadar
Frequent Browser
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Can someone advise how to install a outdoor decking on the turf. The srea is not big so prefer to do it myself. 1.5m x 3m only. Is there something lik ...

Manufuzz
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Hi, We have a concrete slab (around 3 x 3m) that is broken and not even (see images). We don't want to get rid of it because it would cost a fortune ...

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