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redracer01
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Hello Everyone, As a birthday gift for myself I decided to buy the Ryobi 2000psi Pressure Washer w/ deck cleaning system. It comes with an extra wand ...

newfast
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Hello All, Recently, we did camera inspection of our sewerage line and overall its good but there are some small cracks and some places where tissues ...

Adam_W
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Sugar
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Hi all experts and DIYers, this is another project what I am taking in parallel with another project which I had posted a few weeks ago ( still in the ...

nfds
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I have bought corrugated garden edging from Bunnings but not too happy with it .Since it is in rolled form and when opened you don't get a straig ...

Marny
Budding Contributor
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I have a small area at the front of my house 4 x 4 metres. Its purpose is to hide the bins but I also want to use 3/4 of the area for a little garden ...

Berry
Budding Contributor
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      Hello, I’ve just moved into a 10 year old house with a fence line against a car park for a set of units. The horizontal planks on my side l ...

julzdiy
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Hi everyone, looking for some ideas on how to design the side yard. It was full of scrubs, trees and grass up to your waistline. After council approva ...

heykrazi
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Hi everyone – new here, and need help I've recently purchased a home in regional NSW, and it comes with a fair few retaining walls constructed of trea ...

Sugar
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Hi folks, I am working on my front yard project. Following are the images and what I am planning to do. I am laying turf, mulch and installing Water f ...

raymondo
Budding Contributor
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HI folks.I have a challenging problem, which I hope some of you maybe able to help with. I have a large tank approx. 1.5 meters from my shed. One side ...

BazNaihaus
Occasional Browser
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Water runs off from my 2 neighbors into my property causing it to pool in my backyard . I am at the end of a sloping cul-de-sac . The fence has a ga ...

LCFC
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raymond265
New Contributor
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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 ...

Kate23
Budding Contributor
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For my first post I thought I'd share our current garden project. Our backyard has lots of lovely trees but it gets a lot of shade and we have an ener ...

JohnNC
Newbie
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The Bunnings website only shows 50mm and 100mm posts for use with sleepers for a retaining wall. Although they do sell 75mm sleepers, I can't find the ...

Susiegot
New Contributor
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Hi our pavers have started to lose the grouting between them and when we did a section using M3 mortar from Bunnings the colour was inconsistent. The ...

fclarke
Budding Contributor
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I bought one of the above mowers. --Best mower ever-- Have cut acres of knee high scrub and also use it around the house lawns I am wondering if the C ...

tibz_timber
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I am looking to build a couple of indoor plant stands for an enclosed veranda area that will hold ferns and other plants that like to be heavily water ...

tamai
New Contributor
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I have a big frontyard and backyard that have not been taking care of for a long time. The lawn is dead and would like to replace it something that re ...

hazesnow
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  We all have an ugly side to our homes ours was the laundry side! I was tired of all the dust being flicked up by our dog so decided to fix it up! v ...

Sham
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Apologies for posing another thread on low level decking. I have read through number of discussions available and gathered most of the required inform ...

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