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wendalls
Junior Contributor
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We'd like to purchase a property but it would need some renovations at some point down the line.Before purchasing is it possible to ask a general cont ...

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 ...

stelz
Established Contributor
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Still crushing over this accent wall we did in our entryway. Accent wall design inspire by Pinterest Materiel used - Mdf Moulding Pencil Round ...

jeremytan
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, I recently went into the over ceiling space to check wiring for a separate project and noticed a gap in the sarking under my Colorbond roof wh ...

Bec3
New Contributor
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Hi there, We just bought a 1960's cottage with masonite internal walls. When hanging picture frames we realised that the masonite is ridiculously toug ...

AlsoCass
Budding Contributor
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We have installed our study benchtop, and it is looking really good. The goal is to fully paint the benchtops, but we are not sure how to prepare the ...

chippydave
Frequent Browser
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Hi all have a client looking to panel some walls in their meals / dining, using the easycraft VJ panelling. the walls I’m looking to fix to are facebr ...

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 ...

Echonoob
New Contributor
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Hi, I've ripped up old tiles and sanded down the old adhesive, do I need to put primer before tiling new porcelein tiles?  

Moderator Walter
Moderator
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Hey workshoppers, I've been repainting, starting at the back of the house . The walls are HardiePlank Fibre cement (wood look). This looks good I'm ...

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

TedBear
Valued Contributor
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I have been a DIYer my whole, fairly long, life. Like many, I have not been aware of all the risks, and have recently developed airway complaints whic ...

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
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homediyguy
New Contributor
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   We have moved into a 70s home recently with an interior that needs attention. Along with the cream walls and brown trims is a horrible textured pai ...

hannah
New Contributor
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Hi all, We are currently renovating our 1960s brick home. We are situated pretty close to the beach so we are going for a coastal / Swedish vibe. ...

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 ...

Peppi
Budding Browser
2 replies
May

Hi I'm looking at creating an accent wall in the dining area - to look like red rustic brick. I don't want the wallpaper and I am on a budget. Is ther ...

sapphi
New Contributor
2 replies
May

Hi everyoneI have half a tin of left over oil-based paint that I opened planning to use today but found that in the 1.5 years since I originally used ...

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 ...

sapphi
New Contributor
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May

 Hi community has anyone had experience using the porta contours range of cladding?I would like to use it to update our kitchen bench around the sides ...

RohanH
Junior Contributor
22 replies
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 ...

heykrazi
Budding Contributor
2 replies
May

In a couple spots in our house – above the dining table, and in a hallway – we have some skylight panels (see pictured).The glass (?) panels here are ...

JumBuck
Junior Contributor
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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 ...