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ivanptr
Junior Contributor
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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 ...

marspin
New Contributor
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   Council said it’s my asset and we can do what we want to it as long as they can get to it if need to I’ve asked about raising it and putting a to ...

notshyofeffort
New Contributor
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Hello all I am new to this and not much of a handy person. I want to hide the bins in my front yard which are visible to me all day through study desk ...

sid24
New Contributor
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Hi all, I purchased some outdoor patio blinds which are easy to install and is great to keep out wind and rain. However, my only problem is now i ...

Paul8
New Contributor
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Hi All The first time I will attempt to build a structure, my question is how to calculate materials I need to build a shed for storage in metric. I ...

Mac43
Occasional Browser
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I have made decks in the past using treated pine but they don’t always last the distance. I discovered a deck frame system available through Special o ...

TeddyZ
Occasional Browser
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    Hi there Bunnings community. I’m looking at building my first floating deck of at least 3.0x3.0m2. Want to raise approximately 300mm above my la ...

Jeannie1
Newbie
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Unfortunately, I don't have a photo. I want to remove a car oil stain from a concrete driveway. The cheapest way possible please. It happened when ...

ivanptr
Junior Contributor
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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. ...

LevyMJ
Budding Browser
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hello everyone, i'm looking to extend our colorbond fence but its screwed to a round post and rail frame - not the "square" posts in the video from Sc ...

Buildadeck
Newbie
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Hi all; Building an Ekodeck deck about 0.5m off the ground 2400 x 5400. Fixing to brick. Plan on using 2400 x 140 x 45 bunnings treated pine joist ...

sydneysider
Junior Contributor
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hi there I am planning on making a small timber gate on our deck to keep to cat from wandering off the deck. Doesn't need to be super strong or ...

sabik
New Contributor
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I want to cut a concrete garden path to turn part of it into a garden bed. I'm assuming that the Kango 350m diamond blade would be a reasonable one to ...

lozandsam
Budding Contributor
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Had a go at putting together a colorbond fence over the weekend, while we got the job done, each hole I had to drill took a good few minutes each. I'v ...

123456
Occasional Browser
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How do cut a concrete sleeper from 1.5 m to 1m ? PLEASE

yana
Budding Contributor
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    Hello , I want to use hardieflex cladding over the gauge steel frames of the fence as I highlight in red . I don’t know which screw I can use to ...

steveof2620
Junior Contributor
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Hello, sorry if I am posting duplicated subjects. Had a look but didn't find answers directly relevant to my project, so I hope you don't mind posting ...

kylevuong
Budding Browser
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Hi guys, I'm first time user here. During the lock down my local gym was closed and so as the playground. Therefore I would like to ask about buildin ...

Prawns
Super Contributor
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Only took a couple hours and was pretty cheap, I used paddlepop sticks as "spacers" but I wasnt sure whether to level the boards "truely" or whethe ...

JRRed
Junior Contributor
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Front porch eastLast year I posted that I had had my pebblecrete pool completely re-surfaced. (See my first post for before and after). Now I would l ...

Pala
Newbie
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Dear Experts, Seeking your advice, please. I have already built a lower profile deck over the concrete (approx 5m x 5m) and was planning to install ...

bazzyboy
New Contributor
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How can I attach a basketball backboard to an external Hebel garage wall? I have previously used Dynabolt to mount a hosereel, but this backboard is a ...

ennoh
Junior Contributor
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I have to remove some outdoor decking. I have made a good start but its hard yakka and the second half seems harder than the first. I have mostly ...

Norman1
Frequent Browser
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Which is the best wood to replace slats on bench seat? Will Meranti work?