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David12
Just Starting Out
2 replies

I have a property that has interior cement rendered walls. I have added pictures to clarify the damage and would like to know how i can patch these u ...

krystalball01
Community Newcomer

  Hi There !! Today I purchased a free standing wood fire heater. Im not a fan of the hearths they had on display or the costs…. The lady in store rec ...

Sbrodolina
Just Starting Out

Changed look of bare brick house with a 20Kg bag of hydrated lime from Bunnings!We had to do work on the roof so did have that one professionally pain ...

Traveller
Just Starting Out
2 replies

Looking to install a timber (or look alike) ceiling into rear deck on Queenslander, which has four different slopes. Have to make it possum proof. Raf ...

PartyDad
Growing in Experience
11 replies

We hosted a 18th birthday party on the weekend and there was some over-enthusiastic dancing. I now have to repair four holes in the wall. I've never d ...

WSR
Finding My Feet
2 replies

Hello All,I have a large gap of about 50mm under one of my door frames and I'm looking for some advice on how to best address it. Any suggestions on t ...

MJR
Community Newcomer
1 reply

I'm looking to install a barn door in place of an existing hinged door in a garage work area. I was hoping to use one of the pre-finished and less exp ...

homediynoob
Finding My Feet
21 replies

   Hi there, I am wanting to repaint the metal door frames in my house. Not sure where to start as the instructions on the web seem to all be aroun ...

DMacca
Community Newcomer

I have a dresser, possibly built early to mid 1900's, out of silky oak (I think). It has a stain and varnish on it currently that is very orange. I ...

farhanhubble
Just Starting Out

 Hi!I've a old downlight that's blown and needs replacement. It's an incandescent one (halogen) and I'd like to replace it with an LED one with a high ...

Nailbag
Becoming a Leader
1 reply

So, I bought this house that had the front entrance on a 2nd level on the back of the house. Obviously not ideal, especially when it came to deliverie ...

Rigby
Community Newcomer

Hi all, Any tips on how I would go about repairing a slate tile that is cracked like this? As you can see it's not just cracked but has left a pocket ...

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