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micksharky
Budding Browser
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Hi gang, I have some old school bay windows that need sanding and a some weather protection paint. They are flaking in some areas. What would you su ...

Prof
Super Contributor
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This question is the most ridiculous question I've ever asked !! How do you clean uncleanable glass?!! Let me explain..I have a glass sliding entr ...

bal
Budding Contributor
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Hi Fellas first post ever 邏 How Do you know if the door is for external use or internal.? I have bought some off marketplace and it is made of bare p ...

julie60
New Contributor
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updating old aluminium windows.want to change colour or do i need to replace the windows completely

TedBear
Valued Contributor
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Our previous dog gouged deep scratches into our stacker doors out the back, trying to get in when we were out. Tough claws! (Did she use a file?). The ...

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 ...

Shane
Experienced Contributor
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I have old steel frame windows at the front of my brick house and all of the substance that is I assume supposed to be holding the window glass in and ...

Wookie45nz
Newbie
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We have Strata aluminum front door but as it is not insulated it allows a lot of traffic noise through. Can this be easily insulated? Thanks..

crazycrisi
Budding Contributor
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I am looking to replace a metal door with a wooden door on my granny flat entrance. My current door measures 1850mm length and 850mm wide. I’m looking ...

happysohal
New Contributor
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Hi All, Could anyone please teach me handyman works? I am ready to buy required tools.

jsuyat
Junior Contributor
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Hey all! I'm experiencing my first Melb winter in a weatherboard house, and am trying to do everything I can to insulate the place because it's so col ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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It's the first day of winter and the cold weather has arrived. Fortunately, there are some simple ways to winter-proof your home by keeping the c ...

canastasiou
Budding Browser
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  I have a double door entry to my home and I get a lot of draught coming through the center of the two doors. The left side door which is the one ...

dkatri
Budding Browser
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Hello, I have a new door frame and door installed. The door frame has only been nailed/screwed to the double brick wall (it's an old house). But when ...

lindad
New Contributor
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I recently had new Hume doors (purchased from Bunnings) hung throughout the house and I am going to give it a go painting them. I've been told to lig ...

amy2
Budding Contributor
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Hi fellow reno's, I am starting on a project. Sanding back flaking paint on window/wardrobe trims. These are the tools am using. Plus have electric ...

housetohome
Junior Contributor
3 replies
May

The power of paint !! Our most recent finished room in the never ending renovation, mudroom! Some trim, fresh paint, new tiles, hooks and a sliding do ...

veruca_boi
Budding Browser
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May

Hey all, Considering doing some DIY with refreshing the window trims, as the lacquer is starting to peel off a lot of them, but unsure which is the ri ...

JumBuck
Junior Contributor
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tibz_timber
Budding Contributor
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I have discovered wood root at the bottom of the laundry door door jams. It affects the bottom 100-150mm on each side. I have both a solid laundry d ...

roofie
New Contributor
10 replies

Hello..I would like some advice. I have two sets of french doors, but I would like to convert them into "real" french doors with the little panes of g ...

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 ...

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 ...

DionSouthwell
Budding Contributor
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Hi, I have a fairly old sliding flyscreen door that has a broken roller assy that needs replacing. If it was just the wheel/roller that needed repl ...