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NleRoux
Finding My Feet
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Hi Team, I want to learn how to drill to put up shelves and pictures. Is there a course for this or is there someone that can assist please? Thanks, N ...

bonesie
Community Newcomer

Hi, would anyone know of and places that do short courses in sydney for all house renovations DIY? any suggestions would be great. Would rather pract ...

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 ...

Lukedm
Just Starting Out
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We're currently renovating our 50 year old home.It is on stumps and has a 20mm hardwood floor.We've removed a few load bearing walls and where they on ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Painting can be a fantastic low-cost way to freshen up a room and add value to a property. For a small investment, the right paint job can make a big ...

robjow
Getting Established
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Have a 9cm Diameter Hole from AC removal I am patching today + patching from old screw holes. Plan is for the interior to fill with Earls Expanding ...

ironbark
Building a Reputation
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Hi, I’m about to install 75mm Gyprock Cove Cornice. I will have to make quite a few internal and a couple of external corners.I have sloping ceilings, ...

SensibleHill
Building a Reputation
10 replies

Hi folks! The weekend DIY renovation of our 80s fixer-upper is now three months in and still very much a building site but we’re almost at the poin ...

KingStreetReno
Making a Splash
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We recently completed phase 1 of our renovation and had most of our house professionally painted. The rooms look completely new apart from the ugly ...

kdub
Just Starting Out
6 replies

I've read both here and on other home improvement sites that Zinsser BIN is the best product to prime knotty and varnished wood. It's a fairly expensi ...

xsatishx
Just Starting Out
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Hey Guys Hope you are all good. I am looking for ideas to improve the looks of my sunroom which is enclosed and covered.. the tiles are terracota ...

hotsprit
Just Starting Out
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Hi I couldn't actually see what I needed in the category section but I'm looking at fitting out a Hyundai iLoad van as a camper van and I'm wondering ...

Projects Editor Akanksha
Projects Editor
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Bunnings Workshop community members have shared many creative mud room projects. These handy drop-and-sort zones are perfect for storage and can provi ...

etmomoabc
Growing in Experience
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Hi guys. May I ask how to fix the brick wall. The brick wall in the bathroom will be tiled in the end. What product should I use to repair the holes o ...

mmd22
Building a Reputation
7 replies

Hi everyone Our 1947 house’s front was built with sandstone . House inside and structure is good but front of the house looks it very old ( off cours ...

mariajissi
Finding My Feet
6 replies

Hello! My partner and I recently bought a 1976 Millard Caravan and are currently in the process of renovating it. The windows are old Louvres and they ...

LizzieCro
Making a Splash
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Hi Everyone, In a couple of weeks I’m going to be installing a brick floor in my onsite caravan annexe. They are real, solid, ordinary bricks. It has ...

ddouglas
Just Starting Out
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    We’re doing a kitchen reno and our new benchtop just got installed. We went from a 40mm laminate to a 20mm stone but now there is a small gap be ...

Quilly
Getting Established
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Our internal walls are brick. There's a small gap between the cornice and the wall which allows small dirt and bugs to fall through from the roof spa ...

esuijm
Just Starting Out
3 replies

I have an aluminium sliding double door bolted to a brick house frame. The opening is 1.8m wide and 2m height. I would like to change it to an entr ...

Nanne
Cultivating a Following
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Triple cornice - paper had come off and was damaged so I had to cut some off. how can I attach the remaining paper back to the bare cornice? Can I sti ...

cindercone
Just Starting Out
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Hi Everyone, I'm very much a newbie who is now trying to fix what I can of a fairly dilapidated Victorian terrace. Do you know what I should I use t ...

MirandaG
Getting Established
5 replies

 Hi everyone After some advice / suggestions / ideas on how to update the front of our Josie. We are putting a rendered wall across the front of our p ...

Manuel
Just Starting Out
1 reply

How build a partition wall?