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  A weekend DIY job for handy hubby and I, taking our street appeal from drab to fab. This was one of many projects taken on to give our brand new hom ...

shevysingh
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          My proudest DIY to date…it took a lot of manual labour and even more patience but many lessons were learned along the way. First off wa ...

katy
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    Hello. we bought a house last year and unfortunately it had some underpining issues. We got all that sorted but that has left bare exposed concr ...

aaron11
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Deck build went great! 250-400mm high (ground is on a slope)Size is 4600 x 2270mm Earth underneathboth 4600mm sides are concrete/brick walls Dynabolt ...

DIY4Knuckleheds
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blocks
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Back deck done with Ecco Deck came up great      

aaron11
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Hey, I'm building a deck: 250-400mm high (ground is on a slope)Size is 4600 x 2270mm Earth underneathboth 4600mm sides are concrete/brick walls What ...

Coley
New Contributor
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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 ...

rohitbarnwal
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Hi Team, I am planning to do decking for my Alfresco and Porch area. Please let me if you have any workshop for framing and decking in bunnings so tha ...

Treetrunk45
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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 ...

DIYKeith
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Hi there, around a storm drain on our property, it looks as though someone once put paint/render over the bricks on the ground however, as can be seen ...

DIYKeith
Budding Contributor
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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 ...

HayleyG
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Hi all, I have an unused part of my garden that I would like to use as a boat storage area. There are some large tree roots poking up through the gra ...

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
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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?

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