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Topics with Label: Fencing and Screening

Mitch_1990
Finding My Feet
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Hi, I'm hoping someone can advise on how best to remove my diamond security screen from the inside (if possible). They seem to be fixed with a round h ...

Projects Editor Akanksha
Projects Editor
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As a new year begins, we look forward to continue assisting our members with improving their homes and gardens. One of the things I love most about ou ...

Onearmman
Growing in Experience
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Living in a duplex and shared a common brick wall with a noisy neighbor who like late night music. Saw these acoustic slat and thinking about installi ...

carlosg
Just Starting Out
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Hi all, I was hoping someone could help me come up with a solution to install a pressure-mounted baby gate in my kitchen. Unfortunately I did not chec ...

lesp
Getting Established
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Hi i am looking at replacing a driveway gates with colorbond gates the question being each gate is 1445 wide but the gate opening is 3mtr will these g ...

Justin2
Just Starting Out
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Hello, I have recently had a new fence put in, and am looking to stain it to increase its longevity. The recommendation on the Cabots product looks t ...

Projects Editor Akanksha
Projects Editor
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The holiday and travel season is fast approaching — a prime time for burglaries and break-ins when homes are often left unattended. The Bunnings tea ...

MrWallBlaster
Just Starting Out
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Hi All, We're intending to demolish an existing load bearing brick wall (located at ground floor, of a two storey brick house) and we're now trying ...

Doingitmyself
Just Starting Out
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    Hi all, looking for suggestions on how to install the start and end fence posts for an aluminium fence. the posts in the middle I plan to dig d ...

Dee6
Finding My Feet
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Hi Team Bunnings Need help and an idea to get more privacy on the front entrance door of my rental property?

mmd22
Building a Reputation
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Hello Everyone I would like to have some advice please . This is my front gate . It was 1.8 m height and 900 mm wide.I am replacing my front fence and ...

nonsibicunctis
Building a Reputation
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I have a north facing verandah which, because my house is on a sloping block, has a drop from one end to the other. There is nothing to prevent peopl ...

isa
Growing in Experience
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So I have a sliding door, and a security front door, as well as a security laundry door that has holes in its mesh. I am looking to re-mesh all three. ...

laurenf
Just Starting Out
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I would like an air con cover for my unit that sits in my courtyard. I have seen a number of ready made ones but unfortunately none of them fit the me ...

Marten
Cultivating a Following
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   Hi, how can I fix this merbau speright screen panels to timber post?  

Emmy
Just Starting Out
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Hi all!Hoping I can get some advice, as I'm not super handy and have no idea where to start!The property we built, was required to he built 20cm from ...

homeinmelbourne
Becoming a Leader
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Easy budget-friendly security screen door refresh We originally planned on replacing the cream-coloured screen door for a new security door that did ...

handygal
Finding My Feet
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Really hoping there’s a quick solution to my dilemma… I purchased a replacement sliding fly/security screen for our patio, however it’s 40mm short in ...

LePallet
Amassing an Audience
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    I previously made and installed this slide gate for the inside of a house. It needed to be dog proof and constructed in a way to allow for whee ...

shary
Getting Established
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    I want to fix clothes line bracket to the fence, unfortunately the separation between the two brackets is not sufficient to sit on the posts, on ...

vng
Getting Established
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Been using this Ezi-Close Screen Door Closer for 2 years now and it's worked great until the spring mechanism wore out and snapped. https://www.bunnin ...

Dinny
Cultivating a Following
11 replies

We have spent over 18 months transforming the front facade, front yard, roof , fences all around and the general vibe of this once tired old 1950's we ...

Dee-Zines
Cultivating a Following
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Cleaning up , new windowsGetting thereIn progressGetting gates readyOut with the old , in with the newRipping off the gatesSorting out plumbingCleare ...

Christine66
Growing in Experience
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I am a 66 years old female and have just finished 2 years (well, are we ever really finished) of renovating an 1890's cottage. I had someone els ...