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trendytoast
Newbie
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Hi all I just moved into a house with a polished concrete floor. There is a deep scratch in the sealant which I’d like to repair. I have looked for ti ...

Melbut74
New Contributor
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Everytime we walk up and down the stairs they creak. I have access to under the stairs, so was wondering if there some kind of bracket or similiar I ...

murphymazz12
Newbie
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Hi I’ve discovered our skirting board and plaster is damp, smells musty and paint is starting to peal off. we know previous owners experienced water ...

Chris_T
Junior Contributor
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Hi all Futher to my other post about the external old termite damage, I have discovered some historical termite damage in my floorboards that have mad ...

Tonicleansup
Newbie
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A question to the other OCD cleaning peeps out there. Bunnings has two carpet cleaners out, a Britex unit and a Rug doctor unit. I have a dirty carp ...

suha
Budding Contributor
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      hi , I have timber floor, which has a few light scratches here and there, what can I use to fix it? thank you

lukie
Budding Browser
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Hi, I've got squeaky and bouncy upstairs of my 10 yrs old project home. I'd really like to eliminate this problem by bracing the i-joists with metal ...

Annlouis
Newbie
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We replaced our timber flooring (14.5mm) with hybrid floorboards (7mm) and realized this has left a ~7mm gap between the floorboards and the door trim ...

Mitch16
New Contributor
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  When our front verandah was tiled a few years ago there has been some grout hazing ever since & it’s difficult to remove. Can someone please recomm ...

bal
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone Really confused with this one bought a house built that is 1988 built had vinyl laid over top Cork floor . Cork underlay is glued to ho ...

binaryzer0
Budding Contributor
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Hi Folks, We have two fire places (which are non-functional) but one of them doesn't have the correct flooring around it. The second one is good and t ...

TaylorJ
Regular Browser
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We have some areas in our house were the flooring and foundation have pulled away from the wall. How do we fill these in? Thank you        

Bliv
Junior Contributor
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my house had stick on tiles in the kitchen + meals area and sheet laminate in the dining room i assume the kitchen + meals area were from the 80's jud ...

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 ...

Sam-Sam
Budding Contributor
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Hello Everyone, Hope you are doing well. Could you help me on below query? What is the correct size of notch trowel for laying porcelain floor tiles 6 ...

Echonoob
New Contributor
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Hi, I have removed the carpet from the staircase and plan on sanding and staining the treads. The landing tread looks to be made of mdf not timber. Wh ...

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

binaryzer0
Budding Contributor
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Hi folks , A newbie in DIY here - we have these floor boards (seems to be composite tongue and grove to me - but no expert in this at all) which hav ...

housetohome
Junior Contributor
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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 ...

RohanH
Junior Contributor
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May

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 ...

Wouldy
Experienced Contributor
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May

I moved into a rental property just over two weeks ago. The carpet was cleaned before I moved in. The house itself us a very old house, heritage liste ...

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 ...

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 ...

Dundie21
Bolted-on Browser
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I am in the process of finishing my new kitchen and I am wanting to tile the floor but unsure what tile design / colour that will go with the kitchen. ...