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sara22au
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3 weeks ago

You don't need to pay for a damn thing.Next doors builders are responsible and liable for the damage caused. If you don't know who the builders are, o ...

sara22au
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3 weeks ago

 A little scent when first lit, but within 5 mins that's cleared. I notice a start up smell with most electric/gas/wood/Kero heaters anyway, so it mig ...

sara22au
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Ok. Has anyone taken a part of their house off grid? My double garage is separate from my main residence, has one power point and one light switch. I ...

sara22au
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3 weeks ago

Please do! I shared this post to my brother, who's having a horrible twin teen girls sharing a bedroom problem, and thought this might be a viable opt ...

sara22au
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3 weeks ago

I have to ask...which council allowed a new build a. This close to a neighbours fence, and b. Didn't insist on measures being taken to ameliate any wa ...

sara22au
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3 weeks ago

 I bought a green heater from Bunnings way back in 2004! I live in the upper mid Blue Mountains, so our winters are brisk, to say the least. No air co ...

sara22au
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3 weeks ago

This is utterly AMAZING! With the homeless situation in Australia, or for anyone with teens needing extra space, this shows an alternative most wouldn ...

sara22au
Building a Reputation
6 replies
December

I'd recommend getting a building inspection done, since the cracks are continuing to widen. Repairing something that seems to be an ongoing and increa ...

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Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
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3 weeks ago

Good Evening @sara22au Love the green heater description, even started going down the rabbit hole of looking them up I had thought they were purely ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
Bunnings Team Member
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3 weeks ago

Hello @sara22au Let me tag @DIY4Knuckleheds to make sure they see your kind words. I totally agree with you, it is an awesome build. It reminds me ...

carter193
Getting Established
3 weeks ago

 this from a floor that has yet to be demolished. Thanks for the suggestions, I’m actually thinking that the best solution maybe to leave the old tile ...

DIY4Knuckleheds
Making a Splash
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I've always wanted to do a Van to Campervan conversion and when my son rang me up and said " Dad, you can say no if you want, but I've just bought mys ...

Bunnings Team Member JacobZ
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a month ago

Hi @littlej, Thank you for your question. It looks like the paper tape used to hide the joins in the plasterboard has lost its adhesion to the plaster ...

Carmel1955
Having an Impact
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Epoxy resin coated timber kitchen cupboards Hello again... Cupboards had originally been painted with a gloss white. I have been experimenting with e ...

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sara22au
Building a Reputation
3 weeks ago

 A little scent when first lit, but within 5 mins that's cleared. I notice a start up smell with most electric/gas/wood/Kero heaters anyway, so it mig ...

sara22au
Building a Reputation
6 replies

Ok. Has anyone taken a part of their house off grid? My double garage is separate from my main residence, has one power point and one light switch. I ...

sara22au
Building a Reputation
3 weeks ago

Please do! I shared this post to my brother, who's having a horrible twin teen girls sharing a bedroom problem, and thought this might be a viable opt ...

sara22au
Building a Reputation
1 reply
3 weeks ago

I have to ask...which council allowed a new build a. This close to a neighbours fence, and b. Didn't insist on measures being taken to ameliate any wa ...

sara22au
Building a Reputation
2 replies
3 weeks ago

 I bought a green heater from Bunnings way back in 2004! I live in the upper mid Blue Mountains, so our winters are brisk, to say the least. No air co ...

sara22au
Building a Reputation
2 replies
3 weeks ago

This is utterly AMAZING! With the homeless situation in Australia, or for anyone with teens needing extra space, this shows an alternative most wouldn ...

sara22au
Building a Reputation
6 replies
December

I'd recommend getting a building inspection done, since the cracks are continuing to widen. Repairing something that seems to be an ongoing and increa ...

sara22au
Building a Reputation
1 reply
December

 Livable sheds are coded building class 1a, and as habitable spaces. If water is included, they become granny flats/studios, or "shomes" ,depending o ...

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sara22au
Building a Reputation
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3 weeks ago

 I bought a green heater from Bunnings way back in 2004! I live in the upper mid Blue Mountains, so our winters are brisk, to say the least. No air co ...

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