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DIYgals
Junior Contributor
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Hey All, I thought I'd share some of the projects we have been working on at our new house. Here's some images of our new pergola, we think it's pre ...

pano
New Contributor
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Hi, photos attached as you can see I have a deck which appears to be floorboards tongue and groove on 90 x 45 treated pine laid straight onto concrete ...

Peggers
Experienced Contributor
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Renovated an old 70s Millard caravan from scratch with a Penguin Classics book theme. Hard work, but well worth the results of a Xmas Holiday proje ...

danieltheman
New Contributor
32 replies

Built a patio. Never built anything in my life... Fire on patio Burnt roof and floor I'm so proud I can build stuff

jkhandywoman
Budding Contributor
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I never liked the loop fence but will improvise ....keep the structure and redesign. I cut the loops off yesterday with my new angle grinder... I wil ...

JoeAzza
Established Contributor
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Whilst I was watering my plants on Valentines day, morning, I noticed that one of the lower weatherboards had a small lineal depression on it. I decid ...

RS
New Contributor
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Hello folks, I've a 3X3 patio under the main roof of the house. I've been evaluating options to convert it to an enclosed area to be used as an outdoo ...

Arch3
Budding Contributor
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Hi,Not sure if anyone can help but all advice greatfully accepted. How do I lift/remove terracotta tiles of what I think is blue board/cement sheeting ...

DexterOz
Junior Contributor
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I am looking to repait small cracks in the concrete before i plan to repaint backyard concrete.Can you please suggest concrete repair product and appl ...

AG
New Contributor
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Hello Everyone, hope you all are staying safe!   This is my first post and discovering joys of deciding between range of options on how to re-do our ...

Peggers
Experienced Contributor
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A distinctly 70s retro feelMy latest van projectTook a while to source accessories...

KingStreetReno
Experienced Contributor
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We have been slowly transforming our 'backyard' AKA courtyard since moving into our Victorian inner city home. The previous owners kindly left us a ...

amclaughlin09
Budding Contributor
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When we purchased our house old mate turned off the sprinklers as soon as he moved in after building. Over the 2 years we've brought back the front ya ...

stevenandlizzy
New Contributor
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I was wondering whether I should replace or repair my deck. Most of the deck is covered and is ok but the part that is exposed to the elements has wea ...

amclaughlin09
Budding Contributor
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Good morning guys, looking for advice on setting up a ball stop net. We have a raised fence on the upper boundary, which is pretty high which stops ba ...

amclaughlin09
Budding Contributor
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Good morning everyone, We are currently doing renovations to our backyard, I am looking for ideas on enclosing one side of our patio area. The area to ...

bjones92
Newbie
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Hi everyone, my name is Braden, just joined this website. I was wondering if you can hire someone in Bunnings to help me renovate my Millard?

gpop
New Contributor
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Having my roof changed from tiles to Woodland Grey colorbond and we currently have an evap cooler in terracotta. Without having to replace a perfectly ...

SuseMck
Budding Contributor
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I'm wanting to cover my pvc stormwater connections to protect the pvc (1) from the sun and (2) from physical damage as this is in my driveway. It also ...

JoeAzza
Established Contributor
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I had decided to touch up my front timber fence, there was paint peeling off some areas on top of the fence, this was caused by bird droppings reactin ...

jhooper
Occasional Browser
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Hi, new here, I'm renovating a caravan and looking for turquoise or mint/white squares linoleum like the black and white squares can anyone help?

Niknaks
New Contributor
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So my back door leads out into a covered entertainment area, however when it rains the wind blows it into the covered area drenching everything about ...

danielmc
Newbie
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hi everyone i was wondering if i can get some tips on how to rebuild a caravan......

tremas
Budding Contributor
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Hello We've removed the tiles on the back step and the plan is to smooth the concrete underneath and then paint it.Our plan is to do this with an angl ...