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ejo
Community Newcomer
2 replies

My fly screen frame is secured by pop rivets all around, I can’t remove it to replace the fly screen. I think I can access all of the spline, so I can ...

Davofit
Getting Established
1 reply

Currently, my neighbours, who are an older couple, regularly smoke outside. With my wife now being pregnant, we are trying to reduce to amount of seco ...

phoebe_bish
Just Starting Out
3 replies

I have 6 outdoor chairs which despite being marketed as uv resistant (and quite expensive) have deteriorated to the point that they are shedding tiny ...

bilal4190
Just Starting Out
4 replies

hey guys. just started the DIY irrigation system. The water pressure is very poor. Attached is the picture of the yard to get the idea of the size it’ ...

Caro_line
Just Starting Out
1 reply

Hi all,I'll preface my question by saying I am a complete DIY rookie, but I'm eager to learn My doorsteps are an eyesore and I would like to give the ...

Ricardo1960
Community Newcomer
2 replies

hi all, I am building a pergola with a colorbond roof sheets, I am planning to use rafters 140 x 45. What would be the recommended spacing, the area t ...

AJ-DIYer
Building a Reputation
22 replies

Hi I am thinking of setting up multiple matrix screens next to each other that sit on top of my deck to add some privacy, more likely to go with this ...

Chooky66
Community Newcomer
1 reply

how to lay artificial grass onto concrete and what do i do for a drainage outlet

Fossil1
Getting Established

I have retaining walls and a pool surround made with coffee rocks. In some places the mortar has broken away or loose and needs replacing. Would ready ...

AJ-DIYer
Building a Reputation
1 reply

Hi I'm planning to lay stone paver in a square area similar to the photo below. Some questions: Whay sort of paver type is this exactly? Stone, proce ...

bthederan
Building a Reputation
8 replies

Frontyard Timber Steps and garden makeover. Relatively steep slope, was difficult to mow lawn. Had quotes for concrete steps which were astronomical. ...

IronStan001
Having an Impact
112 replies

I have an alfresco area which I'd like to deck. The joists (Green lines) will most probably fix straight into the concrete and ideally, I'd like to g ...

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