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Topics with Label: Fencing and Screening

JEKCROW
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Can anyone Please give Me some advice.? I'm wanting to put my indoor plants (Philodrendron-Pothos-Monstera-Syngoniums) outside for the Summer months. ...

royq
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Easy little project at my brother-in-law's place a couple of weeks ago. Took about 5 hours and cost less than $100. Really makes a difference. Th ...

kelly4
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im wanting advise on the cheapest electric fencing to run across back fence please, everything i am required to buy to set this up, thanks

eemrun
Budding Contributor
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Newbie here. Have a colorbond fence but want to install one of the screens (Tuscan Path 1800x900mm rust geometric screen panel) a bit elevated off the ...

ShandyMay
Occasional Browser
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Hi. I would love some advice to hide this fence with a climber. I’m looking at suggestions of trellis and what climber to grow. As you can see there ...

Community Manager Jason
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Don't limit your spring cleaning to just inside your house. Your garden might really benefit from a spring clean, too! In this latest episode of ...

raymondo
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Hi helpful team. ... I need to construct a walk-in cover for my raised vege garden. (Pic attached). It's protection from the usual rabbits, vermin, d ...

rcam47
New Contributor
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I am wondering if treated pine 70 x 35 mm posts can be set in concrete as a frame to allow climbing plants to screen the fence. They say treated pine ...

Midyandy
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Im looking at solutions for Modwall type products for fitment to the existing retaining wall. Currently the wall has a poorly built wood pailing fence ...

Rach23
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As most of my backyard is covered in artificial grass and only one side is covered in sun, I had no choice but to go up. Always wanted a vertical gard ...

gregoreau
New Contributor
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A few years ago, I made some succulent frames to hang on our courtyard wall. After three years, they started to look a bit tired, so I remade them wit ...

querencia
Junior Contributor
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  With grateful thanks to @MitchellMc I’m now contemplating raised garden beds in my front yard possibly installing them as the front fence. Initial ...

Karl1
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I need to extend 60cm height my current colorbond fence, I was wondering where can I get the 60cm height extension (also if I can buy the same materia ...

duza11
New Contributor
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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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

elizabeth1
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The council advised me, (quite strongly), not to attach anything to a colourbond fence. So my question is, if you only have the uprights @2m apart and ...

Nikkaz
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Spent the time finishing out backyard over this time at home. Started with framing off the area with a nice garden bed and an extra decking step. Foll ...

Poppop
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John44
Budding Contributor
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maknilsin
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