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hamish71
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Im after advice as to how to install either plasterboard or ply to my ceiling. The ceiling throughout the house is currently Strammit (compressed stra ...

Nanne
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I was hoping to have plywood sub flooring underneath the carpet but NO ... it is OSB (20 yrs old). The original plan was to use paving paint to paint ...

Bek79
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Hi, I have bought this little cabin and my dad and I are renovating and turning it into a tiny home. We are pretty much stripping the inside includin ...

Nanne
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I'm going to to rip off carpet off the stairs, what is the best sanding tool?

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 ...

Prof
Valued Contributor
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Firstly to clarify, "a dedicated home theatre" means that the room you will be using will only be used for watching movies and perhaps some TV.. A ...

mmd22
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Hi we moved in to this house recently. with in 6 weeks we can see few cracks appearing on the wall , ceiling and cornice . it is double brick house , ...

Rashmi1
Newbie
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Hi, Can we have some expert come over for advice on landscaping and home renovation tips

emmajames
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  You can change the look and feel of your home by adding details like fret work. Interior fretwork is used to decorate hallways, window bay ...

Nicko14022
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Hi everyone, I have to say I absolutely love the community involvement Bunnings has here, my debacle here is I am unsure on where to start on renov ...

Mishmash
Junior Contributor
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Here is a feature wall we completed using mdf back boards, that were painted in domino. We then used merbau wood create the finish. We screwed the pla ...

Dave9876
New Contributor
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Hi team,Looking for some advice around drilling and fixing into old internal brick walls.Firstly, I seem to be very lucky (unlucky) in that I always s ...

Malcy
New Contributor
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Hi Everyone, first post for me! I’m about to kickstart our downstairs renovations (kitchen and engineered hardwood flooring). A particular issue we ha ...

KingStreetReno
Experienced Contributor
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May

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 ...

Ashie_90
Budding Contributor
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May

 I lightly sanded back next to the gap of the middle floorboard on its right side. (not much left in stain/top coat left where I sanded) just to show ...

raniia
New Contributor
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May

Looking for guidance / advice on replacing damaged crown moulding and skirting. Our apartment is fully brick and about 20 years old. Few of the ski ...

Emily1
Budding Browser
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May

Any tips on the best products to use to do DIY window mouldings? New to all this DIY stuff so don't know where to start  

NickW
Newbie
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May

Hi All Not sure if anyone has any experience for this. I am renovating my bathroom and just took off older plaster board. It is the old type frame tim ...

justine123
Frequent Browser
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I am planning to start upcycling my dated furniture as my living area is all browns . Maybe paint with chalk paint drawers and top, varnish the rest. ...

Ashie_90
Budding Contributor
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              My landlord said I can rip the 10-12 year old carpets up in the bedrooms an they’re eager for me to begin painting but I first w ...

Stuardo
Super Contributor
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No longer working from home so the crowded and messy corner desk could go and be replaced by shelves on the wall and I incorporated a desk for one com ...

amclaughlin09
Budding Contributor
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Hi Everyone, We are currently trying to make our house a little nicer, lots of stuff going on, but one thing that has us stumped is a solution to cove ...

MarleyJ_Aus
Budding Contributor
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Wanting simple instructions using a saw & mitre box to add moulding 4 boxes to plain internal doors please

Onearmman
Junior Contributor
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I would like to install a french door with glass to the ceiling height 2390mm My understand is door frame will be 38mm so 2390less 38mm Would you ...