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VinceB
Budding Contributor
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I am looking to install a set of steps up to our decking. I am yet to accurately calculate the rise. The ground slopes away from the house so I expect ...

notshyofeffort
Junior Contributor
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Hi all I need help on making a corner shelf which room in the back to run wires. I want to put a shelf which I place amplifier and sub woofer on the ...

marilynwinn
New Contributor
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              Here's my DIY faux fireplace I made upcycling a $40 TV cabinet I purchased from marketplace. This project cost me $75 includi ...

darylhewston
Super Contributor
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Hi all, I mean't to do this ages ago. It appears that there is quite a lot of renovating going on and I would like to clarify that power, water, gas e ...

Trying
Super Contributor
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Hi people, well it's been a memorable year, without mentioning the elephant in the mask.My She-Shed suffered a direct hit from a falling limb off the ...

amal
Budding Browser
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hi we are in the planning stage of constructing a bathroom extension to a cabin. the design will be a stump subfloor approx 5m long x 3m wide. the sit ...

Clint_hayward
New Contributor
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Removed carpet. Filled and sanded stairs. Painted treads with dark teal paint then put Cabot's clear urethane with hardener over the top. They came up ...

ppp
Junior Contributor
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Can anyone tell me pls where can I buy the foam kind of sheet which can be used to support big boards when breaking it down. I have seen that in YouTu ...

natalie_
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I am looking to attach this cupboard to my laundry wall, however we have steel beams. What would be the best way to do so? Do I drill holes into the b ...

EleventhCoastal
New Contributor
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A little weekend project completed to help give us some much needed storage at our house. Under the staircase is often a negative space not used to ...

missemou
New Contributor
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I had a plan that 'he who builds' doubted from the start to hinge my caravan table to increase my ability to reach the overhead cupboards from either ...

clinda1
New Contributor
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      Hi team im in the process of building outdoor shutters I have put the frame up and pre-cut each shutter just stuck on how I can attach the i ...

Saltwater
New Contributor
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 We live in a double brick, 1940s house in Sydney. We just took out two old (presumably original) windows. The flashing and brickwork is exposed inte ...

Gareth
Budding Contributor
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     It started with my daughter asking for some hex type shelves and it ended with the wife asking for some shelves for restrooms

Jamey
Budding Browser
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Hi everyone, My father is making a sleepout for my son. As he will be sleeping in this enclosed space for hours at a time every night, do we need to ...

Bubbles8712
New Contributor
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We are looking to build our own barn doors (2400H X 1200W) for 2 large openings in our living area. The design below is what we want to achieve. We ...

JumBuck
Junior Contributor
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Hi,I am putting a frame up for an internal wall with a Hume sliding door cavity. The top brace will be 2400mm long. I’m using 90 x 35 timber (same as ...

redracer01
Trusted Contributor
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G'day Everyone, My grandfather was forever making these things for my grandmother. Stools to sit on and doubles as a flower pot holder. This is grea ...

pstq
Established 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 ...

craftyhopper
Established Contributor
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I couldn’t find a plant stand that I liked or one that was the height I needed. So I made one! Having used lots of Acacia Project Panels in many proj ...

nicocollu
Budding Contributor
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Hey!I wish to build a 3.36m pull-up bar in my high ceiling apartment but am un-sure of how to approach this. I do calisthenics and wish to try to get ...

Davehelp
New Contributor
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Combination lock says it fits 35m to 55m door but doesn’t tell you how to adjust the size. My door is 35mm. System wouldn’t let me add photo.

Moderator Walter
Moderator
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We all show and talk about our successes, and we should be proud, but something got me going, and I'll share some small (temporary) disasters. 1: My ...

Izzi
Newbie
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I'm a student filmmaker in the process of creating a short film to be made in a studio with a set on campus within the next month.At the moment, the s ...