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DexterOz
Junior Contributor
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I have noticed there has been a gap developing between house perimeter and concrete. Can you please suggest how can i fill this and what would i requi ...

vaibhs
New Contributor
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Hi there! I am a beginner and planning to drill my first hole for Arlo pro3 floodlight. Its a lightweight light and camera which i need to fix on a he ...

Clai8277
New Contributor
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I’m looking to create a screen wall against a colour bond fence but need to support the weight with anchors. I Had thought I’d use half stirrup anchor ...

GigiFlores
New Contributor
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Hi I would like to build a white deck railing as the pictures attached. What type of materials do I need to get? This is from my front porch at hom ...

Gofinn
New Contributor
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The mortar has cracked pix1 and pavers moved pix2 The previous owner has attempted repairs (with silicone) but not successfully. there is a large are ...

holmess
Budding Contributor
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Hey guys i want to hang these 2 screens to the bricks and lower part on the ceiling for privacy. Im assuming use timber for a frame and screw into fra ...

Welding_Virgin
New Contributor
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Our front bi-fold metal gate broke due to hinge stress caused by moving pavement. I could not get anyone interested in repairing or replacing it excep ...

lbell
Budding Browser
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Hi I am looking for instructions to make a wooden pool pump cover. Can you help?

Chris7
Newbie
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I am planning on extending my deck by 2.4m x 2.8m to create on outdoor kitchen. As two sides will be attached to the deck will I need any posts in the ...

gnicholson
Budding Contributor
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We replaced our steps down to the clothesline from a ramp a few years ago with treated pine, painted them to match the other timber work and added tho ...

dazzap
Newbie
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I want to fix a 3 m post to the corner of a house that has hebel cladding. The post will be used to secure about 7 rows of stainless wire that will be ...

Noyade
Super Contributor
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We have a local recycling centre that allows bulk loads to be processed without having to put each item in individually and without having to separate ...

escby2
New Contributor
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    Hi all, After 20+ years not knowing how to solve this issue and living on a farm with unlevel ground I wish build up gravel and pave up to met ...

krawson
New Contributor
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    Would love some advice on how to on a budget transform this red brick paved driveway please! The real thing and inspo attached.

Kana
New Contributor
5 replies

Good Morning Iam in the prep stages of building my very own decking in my new home just recently build.Iam considering a steel frame to use and won ...

JoeAzza
Junior Contributor
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I find that climbing a ladder is no issue, it's coming down the ladder is when I sometimes miss the last step coming down the ladder, so to prevent mi ...

Shay
New Contributor
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Decided to try giving an arbor a crack in a bid to build a more enjoyable outdoor entertainment area. At first i was going to get a metal gazebo bui ...

j_nilesh
New Contributor
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Hi All , I am planning to build small pergola to the side of my alfresco. Just wondering "How to attach small pergola to metal fascia" Bunning video t ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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We have an empty block next to our house at the moment and it's blowing a lot of dust everywhere. This weekend it's time to clean the windows. It's n ...

Krusty
Junior Contributor
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G,day hammer swingers looking to attach a metal carport to my home but have no fascia,full deep gutters with windows meeting underneath eaves,any idea ...

Chip
New Contributor
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Bunnings used to sell a hose attachment that was a long pipe with a bend on the end for cleaning gutters. Can anyone tell me if they still sell this? ...

Wendi
Occasional Browser
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  I have an outdoor tiled area underneath the back patio. I’d like to know what would be a suitable way to cover it in a different colour and have it ...

DashandSumana
New Contributor
3 replies

Whats the best way to dig the side area of my garden which is a mixture of stones, dead weeds and mud so we can lay down some half decent paving and h ...

TonyandKhim
Budding Contributor
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Looking to put up a Gazebo, and checking on the wood. Pillars there are either the H3 pine or the Merbau, and we prefer the Merbau look but... the pr ...