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nfds
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I intended to concrete the perimeter round the house, but I find that there is a black plastic sheet jutting out from the foundation of the house. ...

JustinS
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About to start my next project and is something I’ve never tackled before - an outdoor built-in BBQ. Thought I would share my progress as I’ll no do ...

Maursie
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it all started with a large cleared area in my small backyard and the purchase of an "L" shaped Raised Garden bed.Make sure its levelDrill holes in 90 ...

ProjectPete
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Hi all, I'm doing a feature wall in theatre for a customer including my bamboo panelling however she wants a panel which protrudes from the wall and i ...

jacintawills19
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Tara86
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We have finally completed the last major section of our front yard. As you can see we are on a steep slope which made the job quite tricky. After 5 ...

SusieMeg
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Hi. I need to enclose a small deck. I would like to do it simply by using composite wood on one side and a door and glass louvers on the other. I know ...

Lumberhack
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                I’m aiming to begin a Kitchen, Bathroom & Laundry reno in the new year using Kaboodle/Bunnings flatpack. I’m having trouble coming up ...

TomY
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Hi all, I'm looking for landscaping ideas for my backyard in south-east QLD. You can see in the photo that there's a retaining wall running down the l ...

bails_Mowing
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i building a smallish enclosed box trailer i need to know what should i use to build it please tell me if you know.

MarcL
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Old Mannual pad I had for the bench top and pine cuts.  

SuseMck
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I'm wanting to cover my pvc stormwater connections to protect the pvc (1) from the sun and (2) from physical damage as this is in my driveway. It also ...

j_nilesh
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Hi All , I am planning to build small pergola to the side of my alfresco. Just wondering "How to attach small pergola to metal fascia" Bunning video t ...

ChrisRee
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Wanting to add a shed 3m x 3m x 2.1 to be used as outdoor Yoga/meditation/Retreat area need advice on what to install .. colorbond or timber

Jimi
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 Trying to make the best use of a dead spot, I created a shed to house all the bikes and kids outdoor toys. It saves them from going in the garage or ...

Dilanka
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Hi All, This is my first post here. I am planning to build a timber (Merbau 90x19mm) deck in my alfresco area. Deck will be over levelled concrete sla ...

Jimi
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To complete a concrete job at home, I need something similar to the below product that is flexible to box up a curved concrete path. The problem here ...

naila123
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Hi All, So happy to have found this workshop community. I am keen on making my first wood project in a decade! I want to make a folding wooden picnic ...

Adam_W
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Fiiiinalllyyyy... finished my new water feature. I'll get a video made soon so will share the link.Wha-da-ya-rekun? I'm pretty darn happy with it. ...

bensmith5
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KIM89
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Hi guys, would like to build a planter to hide the water tap in my front yard, just like the picture attached. But have never done a similar job befor ...

huluman
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Hi all does anyone know how are these pine timber treated? are they safe to be used to build planter boxes for vegetables and herbs ? These are econom ...

JeffRuss
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I need to fit a 4m stair hand rail on an internal wall clad with FC sheet. No noggings installed are toggle fixings sufficient Cheers Jeff

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