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Lumberhack
Budding Contributor
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                  Hi y’all, I’ve been lurking on here for awhile now, but am finally being driven from the shadows by a diy that I began a ...

Samviv
Newbie
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I am renovating my apartment and hoping to lay wooden floors. We have found an issue that we have metal door frames which are flush to the wall. Are t ...

Wex
New Contributor
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Hi, Could anyone share your expreience about what is the best way(tools) to Remove the Glue? Taa

Jillie1
New Contributor
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1980's wooden stained spiral stairs need re-furbishing to cover water stains and scratches. At present a very well worn walnut colour - any suggestio ...

DionSouthwell
New Contributor
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Hi, I have small tiling job coming up and need a little advice on adhesives. Please see the picture with tiles laid out on cement floor. Without adhes ...

wherespommie
New Contributor
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I have 27 sq meters how many packs of hybrid flooring do I need

JayKay
Regular Browser
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I have a granny flat/studio that has a tile floor. Can hybrid planks be laid over tiles?

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

Dallas_Mc
Junior Contributor
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Hi Workshop community, I’ve got a bit of a problem with some wooden floorboards that have had some damage over time from timber borers. The floors are ...

SMJGGT
Budding Contributor
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Hi All,Installing floating staircase and hope to stain treads and rails ourselves. Wood is Victorian Ash and Tasmanian Oak. Looking at a relatively ...

vica
Established Contributor
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Hi ,mates.We have a small area (130*320cm)in our kitchen that has wooden floor.We've noticed that bits of its colour seem to be flaking away .(picture ...

Loop
Regular Browser
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So I'm renting a house with the (what I think is) laminate flooring. I put those felt pads on my bed to protect the floor but somehow they got flipped ...

ShelleyBean
Junior Contributor
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I have moved into a "crummy" unit that is part of an old warehouse conversion. The concrete floor looks like it hasn't been touched at all - it's cove ...

Corin
Budding Browser
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I have rectified tiles throughout my house - on a lot of the grout lines, the tiler seems to have not used enough grout - and the grout is a couple mi ...

Kim
Established Contributor
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Here's a simple tip for a front door that jams just enough to be a nuisance, and stops the door from closing smoothly. No need to take the door off ...

BIM_Engineer
Former Community Member
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Lofts as an after thought can be expensive and difficult to installSo I've included a simple lightweight steel (Cold Formed Section) staircase that t ...

ph47
Budding Browser
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I have a problem with water under the garage floor. The floor is concrete and always cold. the walls are lined and the problem was not noticeable when ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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In working with the industrial style of a new house I'm planning to build, I'm tryignt o decide on flooring. I love timber but I also love polished co ...

Mojo14
New Contributor
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Ok so we have a unit in a 6 unit block built around 1935. We pulled up the carpet and found original hardwood (actually softwood). We refinished it, b ...

Dada
New Contributor
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Hi there, Has anyone with an idea on where I can find an uncoupling membrane to lay on timber subfloor before laying tiles? Which membranes are best ...

mpb2011
New Contributor
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hi everyone. I’m an absolute newbie and have never been good at DIY. I’m an office worker with hands made for keyboard..... with the lockdown and spen ...

Brad
Trusted Contributor
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Current trim doesn't cover the floating floor and it is on concrete which is outside anything I have tackled before ( I have used the nail through in ...

Pharian
Newbie
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Hi, I have some wood floors in my apartment which I think were damaged by water prior to our buying the apartment. Our neighbour told us that about 10 ...

tibz
Budding Contributor
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I am about to lay timber laminate in a lounge room that has a tile strip along one side running from the front door to the family room. The family ro ...