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diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
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Friday

Hi @nikhilsaste and @EricL May also be good to consider if the waterproofing has failed allowing water beneath the tiles to find its way to the framin ...

diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
Tuesday

Hi @annaluno thank you for your kind feedback. As @MitchellMc indicated, the facsia is not structural. I had to lift and remove some tiles to locate t ...

diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
a week ago

Hi @anubakshi Welcome and Glad to have you as part of the community I had a similar situation in one of my projects and the community was really help ...

diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
2 weeks ago

Hi @triscolee Thanks for asking. I believe it was 180cm width. These are only approx but I think it was 40cm for the hedge section, 40 for the path an ...

diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
2 weeks ago

Looks amazing ! Great work and very well executed 

diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
a month ago

Hi @Beercules Thanks for the kind words. We absolutely love it. I used 4.5mm FC boards for the fencing. Hope that helps. Warm regards

diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
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a month ago

Thanks @MitchellMc absolutely 'capped' the backyard off. Thinking about replacing the ficus plant with star Jasmine and then rigging some wire along ...

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Projects Editor Akanksha
Projects Editor
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2 weeks ago

A warm welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community, @anubakshi. It's an absolute pleasure having you join our wonderful community of D.I.Y. enthusiasts ...

lhlifestyle
Getting Established
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DIY front yard landscaping and letterbox for our new property.StepsStep 1 Started with a dirt patch and a trailer load of road base from a mate. After ...

Beercules
Finding My Feet
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a month ago

Hi @diy_hausdesigns Your backyard looks awesome! May I ask what thickness of Fibre Cement sheets did you use?

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
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a month ago

What a cracker of a project @diy_hausdesigns! You certainly made the right choice; the larger timbers add some boldness to the structure. Would you ...

H3nna
Building a Reputation
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Changing the colour of our ensuite door to look better. MaterialsPrimer Matt paint ToolsPaint brush Sand paper Screwdriver AEG Electric screwdriv ...

JoeAzza
Amassing an Audience
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I decided to make a timber toolbox for timber off cuts and salvaged kerbside timber, my intention was to use materials at hand, I had pine for the si ...

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diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
1 reply
Friday

Hi @nikhilsaste and @EricL May also be good to consider if the waterproofing has failed allowing water beneath the tiles to find its way to the framin ...

diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
Tuesday

Hi @annaluno thank you for your kind feedback. As @MitchellMc indicated, the facsia is not structural. I had to lift and remove some tiles to locate t ...

diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
a week ago

Hi @anubakshi Welcome and Glad to have you as part of the community I had a similar situation in one of my projects and the community was really help ...

diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
a month ago

Hi @Beercules Thanks for the kind words. We absolutely love it. I used 4.5mm FC boards for the fencing. Hope that helps. Warm regards

diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
1 reply
a month ago

Thanks @MitchellMc absolutely 'capped' the backyard off. Thinking about replacing the ficus plant with star Jasmine and then rigging some wire along ...

diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
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Project was to build and install a pergola by attaching it to the existing fence uprights and the fascia (through to the roof rafters) of the house. B ...

diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
a month ago

Your craftsmanship is incredible ! This looks wonderful @JoeAzza

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A 1980s-era bathroom, laundry and toilet were refurbished for less than $2000 with new tapware, vanity unit, toilet cistern, hybrid flooring and pa ...

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We just moved to a house without a garden shed and I needed a place to store my gardening tools and few other things I didn't want to store in the ...

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