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vica
Experienced Contributor
28 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 ...

UmaB4u
New Contributor
5 replies

Hi....i bought a 2bhk Unit....it's unfurnished. so i am thinking of doing wood work with Space Saving Furniture like wall bed, sofa come wall bed...fo ...

glen71
New Contributor
4 replies

Just wondering if I can replace an external steer door frame with timber on a brick house.

AprilGrim
Junior Contributor
1 reply

   Hey all DIYers. I’m renovating my laundry. The bench top is going to be white, as are the cabinets. The paint is Brighton Mist, a very light grey b ...

DIYgals
Junior Contributor
2 replies

Every outdoor entertaining area needs a kitchenette. This design is all Sarah's! We've used treated pine to build the frame so it lasts better in case ...

Maymay
Established Contributor
13 replies

Hi online experts My door has big gaps in between, how can I fill up the door gaps, it is very bad during whole year, very dusty, sandy and windy, cou ...

kalradeepak
Junior Contributor
4 replies

Good Morning Everyone I am looking to buy new screen door but bit confused with dimension. On the bunnings site most doors are available with dimens ...

rveerasu
New Contributor
7 replies

Hi All, I am new to this forum & this is my first home in a month. I am planning to renovate the kitchen after moved in. Please let me know your ideas ...

RS
New Contributor
2 replies

Hello folks, I've a 3X3 patio under the main roof of the house. I've been evaluating options to convert it to an enclosed area to be used as an outdoo ...

Jwyatt
New Contributor
6 replies

Recently completed a sliding barn door. This was needed to shield our living room from the harsh Afternoon sun, beaming in through western facing win ...

Wouldy
Established Contributor
2 replies

I am upcycling this beautiful screen door. I am planning to take the hinges off the side as they are not needed on it anymore. The door itself is a ...

deslea
New Contributor
2 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 ...

wendalls
Budding Contributor
5 replies

We are sleeping in a bedroom which has a window to a busy street. What are some simple ways we can sound proof without double glazing? At this stage w ...

JoeAzza
Established Contributor
6 replies

I have existing three room doors on my wardrobe, they never worked properly, so I decide to make six new replacement doors that are easier to open, th ...

Cat87
Regular Browser
3 replies

Made this house numbers feature a few weeks ago. Super stoked I got it done. Not perfect but stands out amazingly from the street. Full credit, I got ...

Nham
Junior Contributor
1 reply

Hi everyone...we were doing some painting last year and finally got to the front door. Just wanted to share our experiences as picking the right colou ...

pjayakody
New Contributor
2 replies

Hello Could you please advise me on a film that I can use on Double glassed windows? Is it possible to stick reflective film on outside glass of the w ...

Sue4
Newbie
2 replies

Gainsborough door knobs are reasonably old and have become difficult to open. Do I have to replace the whole knob or just latch?

Lisa6
Newbie
2 replies

Looking for advice from someone who has made DIY dog doors to fit into a security screen door (laundry room leading outside) as I'm not very handy wit ...

2 replies

Hi,Our house is an art deco 1930s semi with period windows. One of the windows in the bedroom is a casement window with a wood frame. I would like to ...

gc
Occasional Browser
4 replies

Hey guys, first post so go easy lol during lockdown I've been learning to sing and play guitar. Unfortunately there isn't anywhere quiet enough for me ...

Nashi
Budding Contributor
4 replies

Hi team,I need to reposition a deadlatch due to the door frame shifting significantly (a few cm). I've had to shave off a fair bit from the vertical e ...

tmoyn
Budding Contributor
2 replies

Hi,I have been wanting to replace my fly screens for a while now and have finally managed to make my new screens including new frames and screen. I w ...

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