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pstq
New Contributor
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I'd ask these questions in store, but I'm hard of hearing, and find it difficult. I need some timber for a verandah roof. What's the difference betw ...

NumeroUno
Budding Contributor
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Hi Although this question has been asked before, i struggled to find the specific product to use We are looking to install some small and some large p ...

Casey13
Newbie
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hi just wondering if anyone had any diy ideas for a cool wall mounted shoe rack? I'm so stuck

Dxo
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   looking for advice on what would be the best solution to recreate this sign holder with a slit in the middle? Suggestions for tools to use too.

JumBuck
Junior Contributor
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Hi,I am concerned about the crack that has been growing where an addition was built onto the house many years ago. Just looking for some possible rea ...

LeahBlacker
New Contributor
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Hello, My question is: Can I rely on the beams of the ceiling/ roof space to support my weight? I am under 100kgs and I understand that its only the b ...

boris
Junior Contributor
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My wife wanted a feature when we enter the house. So I suggested a natural timber, narrow, hall stand. And she wanted to place a mirror on the wall. S ...

wendalls
Junior Contributor
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We'd like to purchase a property but it would need some renovations at some point down the line.Before purchasing is it possible to ask a general cont ...

caitlynrachelle
Occasional Browser
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Hi all, I am building a desk and am in need of advice on how to finish it. I'm using a Vic Ash Laminated panel 2400 x 900 x 33mm. I've filled in the k ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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For those that are interested I'm going to post updates of my double storey build to this thread. I've already started other threads about specific t ...

TimD
Budding Contributor
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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 ...

sydneysider
Junior Contributor
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Hi there Our cat is very fond of her cat tree which survived almost a year now and is on the verge of collapsing. Its the usual cat stuff you get f ...

pete_brig
Experienced Contributor
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In need of a dining table & not a fan of flat pack, I had previously made a table using a merbau fence panel . That's now being consigned to the outdo ...

jeremytan
Budding Contributor
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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 ...

wendalls
Junior Contributor
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Hey thereI am looking at properties at the moment. I spoke to an agent about an older beach shack one and when I asked about he building material he s ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
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  This would have to be one of my favourite builds. I have always wanted to Build a barn door and now I have made one, I can’t wait to be building ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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Talk to the IT pros and they'll always tell you one thing about networking - when you can stick a plug in, do it!A cabled connection will always be fa ...

Bec3
New Contributor
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Hi there, We just bought a 1960's cottage with masonite internal walls. When hanging picture frames we realised that the masonite is ridiculously toug ...

Nat
New Contributor
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Hello Bunnings Workshop community. Would anyone have instructions on how to make a floating frame for a 30 cm x 40 cm art canvas (as per image)? @Bun ...

Karizzma
Budding Browser
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Hi Team, I'm looking to create my own computer desk as I need something that is slightly different than the standard office desk as my home office i ...

abarrow
New Contributor
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Hi I’m looking at making two desks for my partner and I as we move into our new appartment. What are my options for desk tops? It seems like there are ...

ahmadumar
Newbie
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I am trying to make a frame but i am not sure how the pole? would fit into the bends or couplings.I want to build a 180/200cmx150cm frame. I've found ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator
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Hey workshoppers, I've been repainting, starting at the back of the house . The walls are HardiePlank Fibre cement (wood look). This looks good I'm ...

TedBear
Valued Contributor
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I have been a DIYer my whole, fairly long, life. Like many, I have not been aware of all the risks, and have recently developed airway complaints whic ...