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Fencing and Screening

duza11
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  Hi, I recently built a house and have leftover topsoil which I plan to use some of it to build a retaining wall/garden bed and also backfill the yar ...

notshyofeffort
New Contributor
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Hello all I am new to this and not much of a handy person. I want to hide the bins in my front yard which are visible to me all day through study desk ...

sid24
New Contributor
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Hi all, I purchased some outdoor patio blinds which are easy to install and is great to keep out wind and rain. However, my only problem is now i ...

sandymandy
Budding Contributor
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  Hi, we are doing our own frameless pool fence as fencing companies quotes us $5000 for labour only. we have couple of issues.1. concrete is unlev ...

LevyMJ
Budding Browser
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hello everyone, i'm looking to extend our colorbond fence but its screwed to a round post and rail frame - not the "square" posts in the video from Sc ...

Veronica22
New Contributor
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Hi I am wanting to make a vertical garden, and have what I am advised is Hardwood already in a sort of Trellis shape. I want to stand it up against a ...

sydneysider
Junior Contributor
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hi there I am planning on making a small timber gate on our deck to keep to cat from wandering off the deck. Doesn't need to be super strong or ...

lcooksey88
Junior Contributor
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  It was time to say goodbye to our kids sand pit & cubby house and hello BBQ summer days and winter firer pit nights. we have used merbau screens f ...

CourtyardMaker
Budding Contributor
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          Our original balcony with the air conditioner located, it’s uninviting and no storage, there’s no proper space to put the pot plants. ...

yana
Budding Contributor
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    Hello , I want to use hardieflex cladding over the gauge steel frames of the fence as I highlight in red . I don’t know which screw I can use to ...

WendyL
Budding Browser
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I have recently completed a low lying deck using Eco deck and Merbau Slat Fence panels. This was a courtyard with an awkward layout making the area u ...

Shannon
Experienced Contributor
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CourtyardMaker
Budding Contributor
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We have a small courtyard and needed a storage to put all the garden tools and pots, this is the only space where we hang out the laundry, in order ...

Prawns
Super Contributor
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Only took a couple hours and was pretty cheap, I used paddlepop sticks as "spacers" but I wasnt sure whether to level the boards "truely" or whethe ...

dany
New Contributor
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Hello All, Need ideas on how to add coverage on top of my fence, without needing council permit. Backdoor neighbours have cut hedges on their side s ...

lestercd
New Contributor
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Hi Guys, I'm planning to extend the height of my fence by installing Extensions by Matirx. But I have a capped fence, would it be possible to install ...

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