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I need to stick this bit of trim back down before it comes right off. What's a good glue to use?

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January

I've noticed a few houses around here have built little timber "decks" like yours in front of your side gate instead of concreting or paving. It looks ...

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January

I get it now. Yes, I could fit the first flush diverter. Although my pipes are 80mm, and that's 90mm. Can I just fit two of these adapters?https://www ...

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@MitchellMc yes it's clogged with fine silt and maybe algae. I fitted that mesh just 3 months ago, as the original mesh had fallen to bits. (I've had ...

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January

@JoeAzza is your system just a T with a pipe leading down to a sealed off end? Is the idea that the first lot of dirty water will fill that and the di ...

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January

Have you check if the damaged pipe flows properly? I'd poke a hose down the downpipe and turn it on for a while to see if it ends up backing up and co ...

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I have a water tank with something like this in the hole in the top to keep mosquitoes out:https://www.bunnings.com.au/rain-harvesting-400mm-tank-scre ...

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If you're mostly interested in making the door secure while you're home, you could just fit a security chain. It's not going to help while you're out, ...

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@MitchellMc yes it's clogged with fine silt and maybe algae. I fitted that mesh just 3 months ago, as the original mesh had fallen to bits. (I've had ...

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Have you check if the damaged pipe flows properly? I'd poke a hose down the downpipe and turn it on for a while to see if it ends up backing up and co ...

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December

If you're mostly interested in making the door secure while you're home, you could just fit a security chain. It's not going to help while you're out, ...

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December

I've always had trouble with this. Once I tried cutting halfway through running the saw backwards so the teeth are cutting as they go in, not as they ...

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December

Does it have to be secure, or is it mostly to mark where the neighbour can't go? If it's just a marker, you could just put some rope across, or a low ...

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December

Is that how big they make them these days? Ours is less than half that size, and so is my parents, but they're old houses. I put a cupboard handle on ...

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Finally got around to doing this. I put plumbing tape around the thread to help seal it before pushing the tubing on. I don't think O rings would help ...

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The door problem is more complicated than that. The slab has dropped a little, so if I put a barrier behind the door, it would form a narrow pond with ...

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