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faisal-s
Budding Contributor
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  I have moved into a house and found this letterbox cover missing all my mails are either getting wet or torn into pieces by snails living insid ...

jarrahlo
New Contributor
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We recently moved into a house and the previous owner had removed gutter clips from the back gutters which h results in it overflowing with any rain h ...

totocol
Established Contributor
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   Hi there, we removed some of the covering layer of the outdoor timber cladding when using a pressured water hose. Would you be able to guide me t ...

kantoon
Budding Contributor
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My balcony in the apartment seems to have a crack in the render. I am wondering what could cause this and how to fix it. I have timber decking on the ...

BigCheese
New Contributor
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Hi. Living on highly reactive soil, and the stormwater pipe has moved/disconnected at the bottom but not at the top. Any advice will be appreciated. T ...

DIY_Dinkum
New Contributor
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Hi, Any advice would be welcome. I've just finished re-grouting and resealing my shower, and now I'd like to have a go at the outdoor tiles, as the wa ...

keeta
New Contributor
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I’ve had a downpipe removed. Just wondering if it’s worth attempting to fix myself. How difficult is it? I’m a novice at repairing. Thanks.  

JulieW
Budding Contributor
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The exterior render around our hose keeps bubbling and breaking up. We have had it repaired several times but it keeps happening. The chap who has rep ...

DIYKeith
New Contributor
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Hi all, looking to refresh my worn down rendered garden wall without having to re-render the whole thing (total wall is approx 12 metres). Some sectio ...

blt
Frequent Browser
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Hi, I have a set of rusted brick vents caused by blocked stormwater pipes over several years. The stormwater pipes issue has been fixed and I'd like ...

thewater8oy
New Contributor
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Our son has hung off the right side of the clothesline and it's no longer level. It keeps dropping. How can I fix this??

Bluetooth
Established Contributor
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There is some wood rot at the bottom of this gate. Should I replace a piece of it or go with a whole new gate? Build from scratch or can U get a ga ...

satishmarathe
Newbie
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A few weeks back during the rains water started coming through one of the ceiling lights ! we immediately shut off the mains and kept them off for a ...

Dan2
New Contributor
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Hi. One of the lines on my Sunfresh retractable clothes line is slack. Can I tighten it in some way? Thanks Dan2

Fossil1
New Contributor
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I have metal down pipes painted white, that are showing areas of rust at the bottom, otherwise in good condition. My husband has alzheimers and no lon ...

varununi
Junior Contributor
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Hi all, I want to know a DIY method of filling in the gap in the concrete driveway as in the image. Kindly recommend the 1. Product 2. Process ...

Thierry
Junior Contributor
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Hi Team I have a 1 fence post leaning towards back intially due to strong wind and rotten. Now I check, it is leaning towards front. Just wonderi ...

Peggers
Experienced Contributor
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Here's the latest caravan renovation - took about 3 months worth of weekends and was great fun to do. Enjoy!

Erwin
New Contributor
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We bought this from Bunnings over 3 years ago and it didn't take long before it faded. May I ask as to how to restore it? How do you properly stain/pa ...

NZGardenLover
New Contributor
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Greetings, I am looking to repair my wooden bricks driveway. Whenever rain pours the wooden bricks on my driveway start floating. So I need some help ...

Russ42
Junior Contributor
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I have quite a few places where dynabolts have been put into the bricks in the past and have since rusted up badly making them thus far impossible to ...

landyvlad
Newbie
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I have a slab which mates up with the inside corner of a fence. The slab is not flat and falls toward this inside corner - so water collects there a ...

richard-sydney
Budding Browser
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Hey folks First post! We have a covered, paved terrace surrounded by upwards-sloping land. Round the terrace is a low cinder block wall, then a conc ...

Maz066
Occasional Browser
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With all the rain the driveway became dangerously slippery. I took the high pressure cleaner to strip off the biological material. I now have a guaran ...