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Hi guys, I am at the planning stage of installing new tiles and a benchtop in my laundry room. I found this video ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JX ...

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Hi folks, I am sure this has been done by many people before. Apologies if I am repeating this again. Currently, I have my 75" T.V. on a tv unit but ...

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September

@EricL Thank you for your recommendation. I have been researching for a while and I will surely get in touch with one licensed electrician to do it fo ...

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Hi folks, This is going to be another new electrical project in my house. I have just recently finished this project: https://www.workshop.bunnings.c ...

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August

@Walzz Thank you for the information. However, I did change 17 of those lights to LED downlights. Now my house looks brighter and has modern lights. I ...

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August

@EricL Thank you for sending me the link. It helped me to buy that particular item from bunnings without wasting any time. I have already bought that ...

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Hi guys, I have some timbers in my shed. They are plywood and pines. Cut pieces. I would like to throw them and clean my shed. Where can I throw them? ...

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July

@MikeTNZ I am planning to change all these lights in my house, approx. 15-20. I should definitely go with LED and this is my whole plan. Since this ...

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Walzz
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August

@Sugar Your existing downlights were popular in the '70s and are roughly 150mm diameter with a 110mm cutout in the plaster ceiling. Typical 9 or 10 ...

Adam_W
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May

@Sugar always good to have any areas near the house sloping slightly away from the house. Reduces the risk of seepage under the house & flooding.

Adam_W
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May

Hi @Sugar ,Although uncommon mulch can attract termites but more often what it does is provide cover for them to get into the underneath of your house ...

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November 2020

@Sugar, In that case, I would think this swollen plaster issue occurred when you were screwing the white plastic fitting in and not from the weigh ...

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Sugar
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September

@EricL Thank you for your recommendation. I have been researching for a while and I will surely get in touch with one licensed electrician to do it fo ...

Sugar
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August

@Walzz Thank you for the information. However, I did change 17 of those lights to LED downlights. Now my house looks brighter and has modern lights. I ...

Sugar
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August

@EricL Thank you for sending me the link. It helped me to buy that particular item from bunnings without wasting any time. I have already bought that ...

Sugar
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May

Hello @Adam_W @MitchellMc @iolene , This weekend I will take a good picture and video ( will share with you on Onedrive). I will properly investigate ...

Sugar
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May

Hi all experts and DIYers, this is another project what I am taking in parallel with another project which I had posted a few weeks ago ( still in the ...

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May

@MitchellMc I think you are right. The ground consists of a higher proportion of sand than pure soil. Adding this organic lawn soil should help in thi ...

Sugar
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May

Thank you all for your valuable advice here. I am definitely going with pebbles and not worry at all about termites. I think White and Black pebbles w ...

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April

Thank you all for the advice. So I was in the right direction. I was feeling reluctant to use mulch against the house wall. @LisasGarden I like your i ...

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