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RebeccaT
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             We purchased this home back in 2019 and as my husband is a qualified chippy we have renovated the house completely from the inside ...

Cambridge
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I have replaced my shower head and rail and am trying to replace the mixer. It is the exact same mixer tap as in the following video. https://www ...

moloko
New Contributor
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Hello, As per the enclosed pictures, I have cracks/separations in some areas of the loungeroom around the perimeter where the floor meets the wall ( ...

kwee
New Contributor
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Can some advise how much would it cost me to fix this? This is caused by a burst drain hose of my dishwasher (on the other side of this kitchen islan ...

moloko
New Contributor
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Hi there, I had originally mistakenly thought that my apartment walls were plasterboard. I now know that my walls are cement rendered. I only realised ...

Noyade
Trusted Contributor
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My eldest son bought a house last year built around 1965. Below are photos of the ceramic rail holders - one which is shattered. Amazingly he found ...

Treetrunk45
Budding Browser
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Hi, I want to put in some kind of post/stirrup/stump to hold up the side of my deck. The bearers are currently sitting on a sleeper edge which is rott ...

CaneronE
Budding Browser
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Hi, I have just broken our rear door exterior threshold, any hints & tips on how to replace?

ghost-x
Newbie
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I've recently bought a house that has a feature wall using this bamboo pictured below out the back. It spans approx. 3-4 metres and the previous owner ...

jennifer2
New Contributor
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  Hi there I have a small chip in the bathtub and was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on which products is best suited to fix this.

mmd22
New Contributor
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Hi we moved in to this house recently. with in 6 weeks we can see few cracks appearing on the wall , ceiling and cornice . it is double brick house , ...

Newgreenthumb
Established Contributor
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Hello, wondering if anyone can help let me know why these tiles / stencil on the side of the drive yeah either crack or partially crack? I don’t park ...

Kaileybum
Newbie
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  Hi, I accidentally broke the hook from the back of the bathroom door and tried unsuccessfully to reattach next to the original spot. How do I patch ...

Noyade
Trusted Contributor
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I think it was sabotage. Looks like a clean cut?

TedBear
Valued Contributor
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I have a use for a product called moldable glue, such as Sugru Moldable Glue & disappointed to see that Bunnings don't supply it. Does anyone know whe ...

Albonico
Newbie
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As a Licensed Electrician which is the simplest way to replace the cord?

nagumuthu
Established Contributor
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Hello Members, The Wood screws dislocated from the wall. Should the gap be filled again with cement, drilled and fixed. (or) any alternative fixture ...

ProfHenry
Budding Contributor
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A corner of my concrete driveway ramp about 250x170mm has broken away. I have seen someone suggest that Bondcrete will satisfactorily join the two pi ...

bruno57
New Contributor
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Hi I have mostly all hinges the soft closing type all need replacing some partly rusted , some after tightening same dislodges again , can someone ple ...

amir47
Budding Contributor
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Please help Ifound 2 leaks on my poly rainwater tank, what is the best adhensive I can use to plug it ?

bilcruise
Established Contributor
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Looking for an advice on how to fix this crack on my door. Pretty sure I have seen a filler product ads somewhere that is easy to use to fill the crac ...

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