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tom_builds
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a week ago

Hi @sid2763, I hyperlinked the span table in my original reply, so if you click the words span table (highlighted in blue), it will open a pdf of the ...

tom_builds
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a week ago

Hi @sid2763, Looks like a good deck project just in time for the weather to improve! The size of the timber you use will have a big influence on numbe ...

tom_builds
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2 weeks ago

Hi @Ron11, Your bathroom is coming along really well, it looks great.Unfortunately as @EricL has said, in order to properly waterproof the room the ti ...

tom_builds
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3 weeks ago

Hi @eleni,Welcome to the workshop! For ease of repairing in sections a colourbond steel fence is probably the way to go, but it's sound proofing would ...

tom_builds
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3 weeks ago

Hi @Annette2,Yes we did paint the bath, we used White Knight 500ml White Tub And Basin Paint. I gave the bath a light sanding with 400 grit wet and dr ...

tom_builds
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3 weeks ago

Hi @Pcan, As @EricL has mentioned, if you could upload some photos we might be able to give a more specific recommendation for your situation. For a s ...

tom_builds
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a month ago

Hi @dannyrus , Sounds like a great project to be tackling, creating extra storage space in your home is both useful and value-adding.Given the uniquen ...

tom_builds
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a month ago

Hi @Wai2021 and thanks for the tag @EricL, I agree with both @jaga and @EricL that a building inspector is probably your best bet to find the source o ...

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JoeAzza
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2 weeks ago

Hi @srbarry I agree with .@EricL also, hopefully you have investigated and fixed the cause of the leak prior to do any floor repairs. Just beware mou ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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2 weeks ago

Hello @srbarry Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. Thank you so much for joining us and sharing your question about how do I fix my water- ...

Megarakawa
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Reno Rookie at it again! This DIY stuff is getting super addictive! We live in a 2 bedroom apartment and the second bedroom has been turned into a w ...

TedBear
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8 replies
a month ago

That's a tricky one @condruss. You are fighting the forces of nature outside, where nature usually wins. Options will depend on how far you are going ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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9 replies
a month ago

Thanks for the images, @condruss. OK, that's a bit different. I presumed there would be some structural elements (rafters) supporting a roof over ...

Adam_W
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1 reply
a month ago

Hi @Nat2 full-marks for forward planning!As was mentioned by @EricL you can use the smaller spec timber, it just means adding more support. No biggie ...

bal
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a month ago

Thanks @TedBear . i made a desicion yesterday and ripped the cork floor . Hired a floor stripper from Kennards . Its all bare concrete slab now ready ...

TedBear
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a month ago

@bal I had exactly the same situation, cork tiles well stuck. I asked a tile layer. He said yes, and he did so. All is well & that was about 10 yea ...

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tom_builds
Experienced Contributor
a week ago

Hi @sid2763, I hyperlinked the span table in my original reply, so if you click the words span table (highlighted in blue), it will open a pdf of the ...

tom_builds
Experienced Contributor
a week ago

Hi @sid2763, Looks like a good deck project just in time for the weather to improve! The size of the timber you use will have a big influence on numbe ...

tom_builds
Experienced Contributor
2 weeks ago

Hi @Ron11, Your bathroom is coming along really well, it looks great.Unfortunately as @EricL has said, in order to properly waterproof the room the ti ...

tom_builds
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
3 weeks ago

Hi @eleni,Welcome to the workshop! For ease of repairing in sections a colourbond steel fence is probably the way to go, but it's sound proofing would ...

tom_builds
Experienced Contributor
3 weeks ago

Hi @Pcan, As @EricL has mentioned, if you could upload some photos we might be able to give a more specific recommendation for your situation. For a s ...

tom_builds
Experienced Contributor
a month ago

Hi @dannyrus , Sounds like a great project to be tackling, creating extra storage space in your home is both useful and value-adding.Given the uniquen ...

tom_builds
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
a month ago

Hi @Wai2021 and thanks for the tag @EricL, I agree with both @jaga and @EricL that a building inspector is probably your best bet to find the source o ...

tom_builds
Experienced Contributor
a month ago

Hi @lukie, Welcome to the workshop.It's great that @JDE has had previous dealings with this company and has been able to point you in the right direct ...

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