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mez
Newbie
9 replies

Hey all, I need some help with the blinds I bought from Bunnings last week. Included with the blinds were two brackets and a little cord. I tried to p ...

DIYgals
Junior Contributor
8 replies

So we have a door! Isn't she pretty!? This is the first of 4, barn style doors we are going to make for our shed and studio. This door h ...

veruca_boi
Budding Browser
1 reply

Hey all, Considering doing some DIY with refreshing the window trims, as the lacquer is starting to peel off a lot of them, but unsure which is the ri ...

HeadingEast
New Contributor
4 replies

 I need to repair some old interior window frames/sills. I’m planning on sanding them back a little. Then sealing with a clear matte sealer. What prod ...

JumBuck
Junior Contributor
6 replies

tibz_timber
Budding Contributor
4 replies

I have discovered wood root at the bottom of the laundry door door jams. It affects the bottom 100-150mm on each side. I have both a solid laundry d ...

stelz
Junior Contributor
4 replies

Hi all, Hope everyone is having a very productive DIY weekend.I need some help/suggestion on how to fix this rotten door moudling in the bathroom, thi ...

Neo19
Established Contributor
12 replies

Hi on the other day my Gainsborough 100 series G4 passage leverset stopped working and had to cut open the latch after someone got locked in. I have r ...

roofie
New Contributor
10 replies

Hello..I would like some advice. I have two sets of french doors, but I would like to convert them into "real" french doors with the little panes of g ...

dbase92000
New Contributor
2 replies

Hi there, Any advice on how do I make the windows fly screen frames? Can I buy the aluminium frames in bunnings so that I can add fly net to it myse ...

Prawns
Super Contributor
2 replies

I finally got around to replacing a shed window here that was pretty rotten. I kept it real simple and just butt joined the frame instead of mitering ...

Bloke
New Contributor
2 replies

Hello. My house sits on top of adjustable piers. There was recent flooding that seems to have cause some movement and a couple of doors are starting t ...

redracer01
Trusted Contributor

Hello Everyone, My best buddy asked for a second opinion about the layout for his bathroom. He should have really asked me first so that he would have ...

terry11
Regular Browser
1 reply

  after some ideas on painting my kitchen. Not wanting to spend too much, as are planning on moving later in year

CHERYL3
Newbie
2 replies

Bunnings has a metal window pelmet for sliding doors i want to use over a bedroom window as i cannot make wooden ones. Not sure whether it is going ...

vica
Experienced Contributor
31 replies

Hi, mates.Good morning!The handle of my bedroom (image1) is out of work. I removed the old handle and now there are two holes in the door( image2)Seco ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Improving your home's street appeal doesn't need to be an expensive or time-consuming exercise. For just $6500 and two-day's work by the Make It Ha ...

deslea
New Contributor
3 replies

Is there a budget-friendly product superficially similar to the 316 mesh or perforated steel used in high end security doors? I'm not after the same l ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
5 replies

  This would have to be one of my favourite builds. I have always wanted to Build a barn door and now I have made one, I can’t wait to be building ...

DionSouthwell
Budding Contributor
5 replies

Hi, I have a fairly old sliding flyscreen door that has a broken roller assy that needs replacing. If it was just the wheel/roller that needed repl ...

kingj
Budding Contributor
7 replies

  Hi i Just bought a house and there is a rust on the front security door have tried to use sand paper and rust removal chemical(Calcium Lime Rust Re ...

Peter999
Newbie
3 replies

Looking to buy the Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 and want to match with a compatible smart lock. Does Bunnings sell any that are compatible with Ring ? ...

GeoffB
Junior Contributor
3 replies

This is a pair of Barn Doors I made for a local Café in Pakenham. I used 9mm ply as a backing and built up the doors using recycled Baltic pine weathe ...

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