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shevysingh
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  This took a quite a bit of planning but ecstatic with the final result. The custom servery window took me and a friend 2 full days to install an ...

st22
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Renting - Moisture from bathroom damaged bedroom floor - been this way for a few years, but this year the water didn't evaporate as much, as the air w ...

Nanne
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I was hoping to have plywood sub flooring underneath the carpet but NO ... it is OSB (20 yrs old). The original plan was to use paving paint to paint ...

Bek79
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Hi, I have bought this little cabin and my dad and I are renovating and turning it into a tiny home. We are pretty much stripping the inside includin ...

Nanne
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I'm going to to rip off carpet off the stairs, what is the best sanding tool?

kbright
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      Finally enjoying my Living Room Renovation. Moved into my home after renting it out. It needed some love. Removed wall near entrance an ...

damien-22
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Hi all! My timber stairs are scratched up from wear and tear, as well as some chips etc. wanting to sand them back and recoat them. they are not stain ...

ivanptr
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About eleven months ago, we hired a shower repair company to seal the tile floor of our shower stall with epoxy grout. But now it is leaking again. W ...

BobLoblaw
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Hello Workshoppers! My question is about using liquid stone, such as Crommelin or Megacrete, for a bathroom floor. I will be renovating my bathroom i ...

shanmurton3
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   I was moving our tallboy and in the process scratched the timber flooring. Can anyone please suggest the best way to Minimise or get rid of?

Magjie
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Hey! We want some advice on fixing our damaged laundry caused by water leakage (while the house was tenanted). The hardwood floor is now arched up, a ...

glenmore
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I’m wondering if it is possible to effectively paint floor tiles… We have tiles in the bathroom and kitchen areas, but I don’t love the colour. They a ...

ivanptr
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One corner of our house in our bedroom can get damp and moist when it rains. Only this corner so far. At first we thought its happens because the fin ...

Beebop123
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Hi there, my husband and I have just bought our first flat (yippee!) and are looking to do some work to the kitchen. We are hoping that we'll be able ...

Malcy
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May

Hi Everyone, first post for me! I’m about to kickstart our downstairs renovations (kitchen and engineered hardwood flooring). A particular issue we ha ...

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