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

TerryGastin
Budding Contributor
13 replies

I am building a freestanding patio and about to install the gutters but am not sure where the back channel goes.

simon_c
New Contributor
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Hey all! My fiancee and I have just settled on a 3 bedroom Californian bungalow in the northern suburbs. It needs a ton of work, but has great bone ...

newfast
Junior Contributor
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May

Hello All, Recently, we did camera inspection of our sewerage line and overall its good but there are some small cracks and some places where tissues ...

jbs1
Budding Contributor
8 replies
May

Hi all, I’ve got a dirt slope under the house that has groundwater coming out of it after rainfall, washing dirt and bits of rock down onto the concre ...

Thirko
New Contributor
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loose cement bedding between tiles that has slippedCraked pointing cement. Following a recent discovery of a water stained ceiling I have found what I ...

Janinemc
Budding Browser
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Our pipes are knocking all through the house when the taps are turned off. Even when the toilets are flushed and finish refilling. We have very high ...

Jarrod
New Contributor
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I am in Templestowe, Victoria 3106, zone 4 for STC rebates. Currently have Vulcan gas hot water system for a 4 bedroom house. Wanted to change to a he ...

taiyanggaozhao
New Contributor
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there is 0.5-1cm gap between the cement foundation of my wooden frame above. water sometimes enters. can i fill the gap with "Roof Bedding and Point ...

Bec
New Contributor
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My sister and I, with the help of our retired dad, renovated our very small 1 bedroom investment property a year a go. The property had been re ...

ken2
Budding Browser
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Hi , can anyone tell me if I can replace my water supply from galvanised pipe to polyethylene pipe blue line, from mains supply under ground to amenit ...

UE
Newbie
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I have a timber tile alcove roof I filled and painted a while back as was rotting that’s got a slight leak. Happy to consider a full replacement (idea ...

junhandy
Newbie
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I've removed my kitchen tap's aerator and put on this dishwasher adaptor https://www.bunnings.com.au/kinetic-19mm-brass-dishwasher-adaptor_p4920392. ...

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 ...

LouK
New Contributor
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Hi Everyone. I need to adjust my gutters to get the correct fall towards downpipe ect. How do i go about it?? Ive attached a photo of my gutters and ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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While everyone loves open plan kitchens, in recent years butler's pantries have been growing in popularity. Butler’s pantries are not only a place ...

KingStreetReno
Experienced Contributor
11 replies

Hi everyone, This is probably a silly question, but do hot water systems need to be serviced? All of a sudden we are running out of hot water aft ...

Di1
Junior Contributor
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Hello, I have just moved into a California Bungalow, although quite possibly the oldest one in the country!! It is a fibro house built, I think, in t ...

redracer01
Trusted Contributor
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Attached is my Christmas gift to the community! I will answer "Any" reasonable question about the 5 cabinet kitchen plan I have just drawn. You will ...

Kylie63
Budding Browser
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My hot water service started leaking after my water meter was changed, as soon as the water was turned back on the pressure caused something to give w ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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As I'm nearing the end of our backyard games room project, I had an eclectic assortment of items in my basket during my long weekend trip to Bunnings. ...

aucklsun
Regular Browser
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When raining, water leaking drop along logburner chinmey, I think chimney flashing area is problem. We did to repair it with some silicon sealant, sil ...

ChrisLowe1
New Contributor
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Patience and hard work paid of with my very own dream 3x1x1 bachelor pad. Double brick with a garden and shed. Small but with interesting spaces and ...

dannyrus
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone, I just purchased a home with gas (never had it before!) so am a complete gas newbie. The house came with gas fittings and an indoor gas ...