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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 ...

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 (less ...

newfast
Budding Contributor
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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 ...

RohanH
Junior Contributor
22 replies

Hi everyone, I'm hoping to get some ideas for how to update a bathroom/laundry/kitchen space. I'm living in here at the moment but it may be rented ...

Carol_Prime
Established Contributor
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      Whipped up this hallway table in a couple of hours. $65 all from Bunnings. 2 x bench seat legs @$25ea 3 x boards @ $5 ea on clearance ...

pete_brig
Established Contributor
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Wanted some cheap furniture, preferably not flat pack but real timber, and that fitted my spaces. Found 1800x900 merbau fence panels that I've repurpo ...

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 ...

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 ...

annieerbs
Budding Contributor
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 I have this piece of timber and looking for ideas!! Coffee or occasional table? Plant stand?

MarcL
Junior Contributor
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I made these two Pinball machines as a hobby project, no electrical parts. MATERIALS: Pine, Mdf, pvc pipe, coat hangers for wire, some plastic, dowel ...

Gofinn
Budding Contributor
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Hi allWife has decided she wants timber floors. That’s where my problems begin. Currently I have carpet in bedrooms & lounge, tiles in hallway & kitch ...

Lassy
Budding Contributor
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Okay, so I live in a new build (roughly 2-3 years old). A couple of months ago, there was a beeping noise which would sound every few seconds for abou ...

MarcL
Junior Contributor
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I made this Pinball machine just need to varnish to finish. Designed myself as I went. Various Ply, mdf and pine, coat hangers, springs and trunking/c ...

dbase92000
New Contributor
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Hi there, Any advice on how do I make the windows fly screen frames? Can I buy the aluminium frames in bunnings so that I can add fly net to it myse ...

Al_DIYer
New Contributor
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Hi folks, I'm new to this community and am currently in the midst of a reno of my ground-floor 1960s double-brick apartment. The previous owners fully ...

Bloke
New Contributor
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Hello. My house sits on top of adjustable piers. There was recent flooding that seems to have cause some movement and a couple of doors are starting t ...

micheleBB
Junior Contributor
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Hi, need advice for hairline ceiling crack repairs. Had two plasterers coming yesterday to repair the hairline ceiling crack lines. Two lines were not ...

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 ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Workshop's goal is to help everyone to do it themselves. We want to provide a forum where people can share their experiences, knowledge and advice so ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
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Hey guys I’ve installed this cladding before but I don’t know if I’m over doing it with a heap of liquid nails.im fixing the sheet to the wall with my ...

OldQld
New Contributor
4 replies

I’m replacing posts, steps and rails at the back of my home. I will be using a 100mm post bracket that will need to attached to existing concrete. I’m ...

andipleasance
Budding Contributor

   Here’s some pics of our structural wooden framed tiny home, built for BnB’s on your property to make extra income over the weekends

andipleasance
Budding Contributor
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Hi bunny’s we are builders of tiny homes in Fairy Hill near Byron bay, and would like to share our experiences on building tiny homes on trailers, so ...

MsFixit
Newbie
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Hello, can anyone tell me where I can get hold of a new charger for the older model Ozito tools. I bought a kit in about 2016 it had Impact Driver, Dr ...