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micheleBB
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a month ago

Thank you for advices!

micheleBB
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a month ago

Looks good! Well done.

micheleBB
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a month ago

Thanks for the tips, the plasterer did that. He also put a timber on another end of ceiling under roof as he claimed it caused by structure movement, ...

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a month ago

Thanks for advice; the Tradie did patching and repair this Tuesday (as in the photo); we will do painting part as Tradie didn’t mention painting part ...

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micheleBB
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a month ago

Thanks for quick response and advice. The hairline crack lines have been filled but the line still there. Is that normal like that? Thanks

micheleBB
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a month ago

Thank you. I saw this video on Bunnings before and did follow the steps as per instructed. But I found it so hard for me to even up when patching. Eve ...

micheleBB
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a month ago

Thanks for quick responses. Yap, I tried to ring the tradies yesterday and the guy rang me back at later night. He will come tomorrow as he said. He s ...

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G'day everyone.We have 6 kids and the outdoor table gets crowded and if Grandparents visit, there's not enough room.I've made this, so 3 kids can sit ...

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Edge detailEnd of the tableThis is the second out door table I have built for the BBQ area at my home.The table is constructed of two types of timber ...

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a month ago

I would imagine that putting tape over the crack would then introduce 2 more fine lines at each side of the tape that would need to be covered. Then h ...

Chaks_DIY
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a month ago

Thank you. Very much happy with the end product

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Hi All, Wanted to share with you our new deck. It's been so nice to be able to enjoy it over summer! It was built over some old concrete and natur ...

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We recently had our council hard rubbish clean up so figured it was a good time to organise the storage under our stairs. Our biggest problem was a ...

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The next step in my veggie garden journey was raised garden beds, to kelp out Audrey our Golden and the rabbits without the need for fencing. Hubby b ...

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micheleBB
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a month ago

Thank you for advices!

micheleBB
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1 reply
a month ago

Looks good! Well done.

micheleBB
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2 replies
a month ago

Thanks for the tips, the plasterer did that. He also put a timber on another end of ceiling under roof as he claimed it caused by structure movement, ...

micheleBB
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a month ago

Thanks for advice; the Tradie did patching and repair this Tuesday (as in the photo); we will do painting part as Tradie didn’t mention painting part ...

micheleBB
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March

Thanks, we had a plumber coming and installed a pressure reducer at front meter a couple week ago. It did reduce the noise when running the machine bu ...

micheleBB
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March

Hi, Mitchell, thanks for tips and appreciated. Just a quick question: do I just need to run the cold tap water Or run both cold and hot tap water to r ...

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