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KingStreetReno
Experienced Contributor
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We recently completed phase 1 of our renovation and had most of our house professionally painted. The rooms look completely new apart from the ugly ...

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Hi there, We just moved in to a rental and at our back door there is a space for a sliding screen door, it looks like it would just slot in but I'm n ...

bunlovers
Junior Contributor
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Hey guys can anyone recommend one of the flyscreens at bunnings that would be the darkest shade and also help with privacy as if u were on the outside ...

smillc
Budding Browser
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please advise on best way to attach a windoware outdoor retractable blind to hardieplank cladding. The frame is steel but unsure where the studs are. ...

brendan23
New Contributor
6 replies

Hi, when I roll my “what was pretty expensive” aluminium flyscreen into the channel, as I push in the spline the flyscreen splits. I’ve tried gentle, ...

bm
Junior Contributor
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Hello Good Morning DIY ersHope you all are well. We have 2 new windows without any mesh and i want to have flyscreens on them. one of the windows has ...

Mike35
New Contributor
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Hi,Our dog damaged one of our living room doors and i am wondering what products / tools people could recommend to get the job done, and any tips on h ...

jfo888
Budding Contributor
10 replies

Has anyone made a door for barn door style out of VJ panels ? or something similar ? I need a 2100 x 1800 wide door but the barn doors are solid pine ...

bm77
Budding Contributor
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I need to purchase an internal door for Our laundry. I have already purchased a barn type sliding rail the same as below picture. What type of door do ...

Kimtee05
New Contributor
3 replies

   Hello,I have recently moved into a house which is 10years old. When it is windy, 2 large windows in the master bedroom at the front of the house cr ...

Errol
Newbie
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netta1990
New Contributor
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^^ this is where the rafters meet.          i want to remove these vertical timber peices but my dad believes this may still be a load bearing support ...

homediyguy
New Contributor
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Hi all, First time posting here and hoping to gather some guidance and advice from all of you. Recently bought a house and decided to renovate a bed ...

jaga
Junior Contributor
6 replies

Hi Everyone, I'd love to share some of my recent renovations with the Workshop community.. (I've contributed to Workshop from time to time, and reall ...

jaga
Junior Contributor
1 reply

Hi Everyone, I'm sharing a few different details from renovation projects I've had on the go... As I've said in my previous post, I enjoy the feedback ...

monamona
Budding Browser
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We would like to replace all internal doors in our house that was built in the 50's. The only issue is that nothing in this house is of a standard siz ...

vica
Established Contributor
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Good day !I have a question: what kind of door can use as sliding door ? Thank you !Vica

thismodernlove
New Contributor
4 replies

Hey all, We have a small sunroom that connects to a laundry room and an a WC. Our pets have currently taken over (a puppy and a kitten) and I occassio ...

itoen
Occasional Browser
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I recently bought this product from bunnings https://www.bunnings.com.au/windoware-2-1m-outdoor-roll-up-blind-1500mm-x-2100mm-northern-sands_p1262093 ...

jaylee076268
Newbie
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 Hello everyone! I want to upgrade my kitchen door. I want to buy such a trim like the picture, but which one should I buy? I'm not confident in cutt ...

Jac2
Budding Browser
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wanting to change the handles on internal doors in house. Gainsbourgh Diplomat passage set has been used. I have attempted to find a way to get it off ...

lb45
Budding Browser
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door is 4780mm wide,what thickness plywood should i use?

renonewbie
Junior Contributor
5 replies

Hi there, me again, we've just moved into our small 2 bedroom duplex - we aren't keen to do any major renovations as plan to rent it out in a few mont ...

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