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Leea
Newbie
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I am currently in a rental property with a cat and a small pup was wondering if there’s a cat flap / doggy door that is easy to install without cuttin ...

Wouldy
Super Contributor
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  The doorways and skirting boards have seen better life. It is a big house and I do not want to sand back. I'm thinking of just a couple of coats o ...

Amylee
New Contributor
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  heya.. Just wondering if someone could tell me if the rubber on the shower glass to the aluminium frame is silicone sealant? And also on the outsi ...

Sally8
Budding Contributor
4 replies

Good Afternoon, Please see pictures below. I am planning on painting my laundry door. No budget to replace it at the moment, but the weather strip at ...

terrywang
Junior Contributor
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Need to paint the new tilt garage door (steel) and the new timber jambs, probably the porch fence (metal) as well. The garage door is west facing so i ...

sunillinus20
New Contributor
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Hi, Hoping you can help me give ideas on how to install lock on this common powder room door? Please see the photo. Also would like to change the curr ...

linfrank
New Contributor
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Hi all, It's been suggested that I should start a discussion about my caravan repairs so here goes. It's a small 1970s Franklin van. My plan intially ...

DanaR
Junior Contributor
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A free outdated, tv cabinet on Marketplace turned out to be a stained, hacked, article board mess! Those doors though -WOW! Original possom paintings ...

terrywang
Junior Contributor
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Hello all, Help (advice) needed, TIA. Recently replaced all fittings and timber jambs for the main garage door, it is a tilt door (around 4.2*2.1m ...

terrywang
Junior Contributor
1 reply

The entry door is timber, pretty old (classic), it lasted pretty well for the past few years. It's facing west so received a lot of love from nature ( ...

gavin16
Junior Contributor
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Hey team, My old STEGBAR shower door sort of hanging loose from its secured position top roller, partly because the bottom door guide has broken. I be ...

zornt
New Contributor
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I have an older lockwood 001 deadlatch, I had to take it off for whatever reason and now it is back on it wont unlock from the outside. It seems to be ...

Tim06
New Contributor
3 replies

How to fix double glass door to concrete floor

newbie25
Junior Contributor
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Hi all, i have this walkin wardrobe which is an eye sore to look at. I want to put a barn door here, but the problem is the weird measurement. Its 218 ...

charlie3
New Contributor
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Hi everyone I just bought a house and am new to DIY (usually stands for destroy it yourself for me) so hoping for some advice. We have a built-in ward ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Our house was built in the 50s and we’ve renovated inside, but now it’s time to tackle the backyard... We’ve decided that the double car garage, whi ...

homeowner123
Newbie
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Hi Team, Moved into a new house recently and i will be buggered if i know how to take out the flyscreens. If you can see they have tabs on the outsid ...

quynhpham55
Budding Contributor
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Hi, I am just moving in a new house and there is a Lockwood window winder without key from previous owner. Window cannot be opened and when we wind th ...

brendan23
New Contributor
22 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, ...

bilcruise
Junior Contributor
16 replies

Looking for an advice on how to fix this crack on my door. Pretty sure I have seen a filler product ads somewhere that is easy to use to fill the crac ...

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