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jsuyat
Junior Contributor
5 replies

Hey all! I'm experiencing my first Melb winter in a weatherboard house, and am trying to do everything I can to insulate the place because it's so col ...

haveago
Budding Contributor
9 replies

I live in an area short of tradies in normal times. I have bought a property and will build a home when builders have time. There is a shed already on ...

lcooksey88
Junior Contributor
22 replies

  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 ...

Jimi
Established Contributor
4 replies

This one was fun to knock down - finally completed the last room in my house which has been empty for the last 4 years. Quite straight forward to bu ...

TimD
Budding Contributor
17 replies

Hi, I have an old weatherboard house and would like to get under the house and install insulation under the floor. I have very little headroom (l ...

jeremytan
Budding Contributor
11 replies

Hi all, I recently went into the over ceiling space to check wiring for a separate project and noticed a gap in the sarking under my Colorbond roof wh ...

Peggers
Experienced Contributor
10 replies

Created as a mobile office or business, this retro Viscount caravan also sleeps two and has a full kitchen. A new floor has been laid, a new kitchen ...

JVie
New Contributor
5 replies

I need your help on what good and affordable insulation will I use for my concrete block walls. I want to DIY it myself and so I recon to install the ...

pjwilkinson
Newbie
1 reply

We are having a built in fireplace which has a door on it installed, and are hoping to cover the surrounds (wall) of the fireplace with vj panel, and ...

TM01
Newbie
1 reply

Ok so Im installing a pot belly wood stove, and am wanting to make a heat shield to go behind it. Im wanting to use a corrugated iron sheet, but wonde ...

jillofskills
New Contributor
4 replies

I just purchased a second hand RInnai convector 417 gas heater but when I brought it home to hook it up, found that the bayonet opening was the same s ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
13 replies

It's the first day of winter and the cold weather has arrived. Fortunately, there are some simple ways to winter-proof your home by keeping the c ...

canastasiou
Budding Browser
2 replies

  I have a double door entry to my home and I get a lot of draught coming through the center of the two doors. The left side door which is the one ...

raymond265
Budding Contributor
9 replies

Hey everyone, I thought I would share my first ever project. Being a first home buyer this was the first chance I have had to actually build something ...

suley001
New Contributor
2 replies

hi guys I'm looking to build a fire pit and finding it hard to know what bricks to use does anyone know what I can use cheers

JenO
New Contributor
3 replies
May

Hi, Im in a very old 1960s/1970s public housing disability allocated house. I’ve been told by tradesman attending to try and make multiple areas safe ...

Siva
Budding Contributor
8 replies
May

Most of my vertical blinds have problem like few blinds here and ther fell down. Can i get only blinds to replace them?

wellmakeitok
New Contributor
6 replies
May

Hello, Has anyone tried installing these kits themselves and would you recommend it or would I need a professional? Does anyone know where to look fo ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
10 replies
May
sukhi
Newbie
2 replies
May

Dear All, I would like to learn fixing new blinds and the right set of tools needed for the job. I am keen to to do this on my own for my new hous ...

cadsman
Established Contributor
15 replies
May

Grand Rugrats love toasting stuff at their own height.

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