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fordy
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i want to replace some decking. i have calculated i need to buy some treated pine 70x22x6.0m @ 4 pieces can they be cut into 1.5m pieces pleas ...

Sunda
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Hi, We have a pool leak and would like advice on how to repair it? I have turned off the pump and did the water bucket test. It is certain that the ...

RosemaryK
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Hello I have just painted my garden fence which I'm pretty happy with. Now my deck looks terrible in comparison! ijust gave it a clean with White ...

HelgaDaisy
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Hi, The climbing cubby (https://www.bunnings.com.au/swing-slide-climb-adventure-climbing-cubby_p0117164) has been assembled and painted but it is quit ...

rcervetto
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Hi. Over the years I have noticed some of my internal gutter clips have come away from the gutter but not all. Is there a tool I can use that will ass ...

chloet1
Budding Contributor
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Hi there, I was just wondering if anyone would have any ideas/tips on how to revamp and make this garden bench seat safer Thanks!

stellapash
Newbie
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  Needing some advice on how to restore these please! I’m unsure what the material used is but would love your tips and insights on giving these a bi ...

Jolly181
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Hi All.. We have Travertine Outdoor tiles and right next to them when the pool was installed travertine tiles were placed around the pool and up aga ...

Maureen53
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I have removed screws from my colourbond fence. The screws have left holes and rust. What product is best to repair these holes ready to paint.

kdlayman
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We have lovely western red cedar windows and doors in our home. They have been neglected and are in a really bad state - badly weathered in areas wher ...

Wai2021
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Hello I live in a relatively new 2 storey duplex and my downstairs ceiling is leaking. It’s happened in the past before and the builder came back to ...

condruss
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Hello. I’m after some advice. I have an outdoor metal patio with single sheet metal roof. We would like to enclose a section with a room and the other ...

glendavester
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Fly screens frame cannot be removed can I replace the screens with the frame still in the window

nsavi
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Guys What must I use (and how) to close these gaps at the edge of the brick wall and the concrete floor outside of the house. This is how it is all ...

Joan_J
Budding Contributor
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Other than hiding it with pot plants, is there a way to remove rust from places like outdoor  metal poles and sheds? And is there a way to prevent it? ...

ee
Budding Contributor
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Hi guys, I noticed there are holes in my gutters (one on the opposite end from the down pipe and another in the middle of the gutter) and these have c ...

notshyofeffort
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Hi all I have these two pots which have seen better days I want to restore them what paint should I be using and steps. Thanks in advance

Coolaholigah
New Contributor
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hello all and hopefully thanks in advance. I have a long term problem with the spot where a pvc pipe joins a pool. The builder was very good and we wo ...

Janikage
Newbie
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Would like to fix the hebel render. Paint is bubbling and coming off. Really small to repair so hoping will be straight forward. I have the paint bu ...

Chris_T
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Hi I recently had a termite inspection and the inspector tore up this corner of the house. This is historical damage, probably >5 years old, and I've ...

ivanptr
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  Okay, hard lesson learnt . We hired a handyman, instead of a plumber , to replace a sector of downpipe. But the junction seems not sealed with i ...

arun16
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Hi All, I've got a brick floor/paving in my backyard and some parts of it are covered by a patio roof, while some are uncovered. As you can see in t ...

ivanptr
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Not only once. But more than once , our downpipes were damaged by both former and current tenants with their careless use of line trimmers and mowers. ...

ambiches
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How do i repair pebble mix driveway?