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Coley
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Morning all, I have lurked on these discussions for a while now and finally decided to seek advice regarding the attached picture of the stamped co ...

Treetrunk45
Newbie
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Hi, I want to put in some kind of post/stirrup/stump to hold up the side of my deck. The bearers are currently sitting on a sleeper edge which is rott ...

harry5
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Hi in coming days want to tackle decking project by myself for my new house. Deck will half over concrete floor and half on ground. Do I need to put s ...

Dan_M
Junior Contributor
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Hi All, well after binge-watching just about every episode of 'Treehouse Masters', buying the book, and also scouring Youtube for related video; I've ...

Evie21
New Contributor
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Hi, I have a post and rail timber fence and just purchased the 2400mm treated pine extensions. I did watch the installation video on your web site bu ...

MeMo
New Contributor
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I’ve bought pvc cafe blinds for my alfresco area but am unsure how to attach them to the bulkhead around the ceiling as it is a steel beam (it’s a ste ...

Bomber25
Budding Contributor
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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 ...

cubbyhouseDIY
Occasional Browser
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Hi everyone! I have never built anything in my life but im on a mission to build my daughter her own cubby house. Any tips and tricks? Also what are a ...

hazesnow
Established Contributor
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Needed some bar stools for our outdoor kitchen we are putting together. So I brought 10 x 1.1mt pine shorts @ $4.64 each only used 6. Joined it all ...

thekismethome
New Contributor
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Im planning to cover a couple of surfaces to look like concrete - one is currently brick, the other fibre cement board. What product would you use to ...

nagumuthu
Established Contributor
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Hello Members, The Wood screws dislocated from the wall. Should the gap be filled again with cement, drilled and fixed. (or) any alternative fixture ...

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 ...

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