DIY, Home Maintenance & Repair
Screwing Into Plaster Ornament
Now that I look at it again, are you trying to fit something other than a pendant light? You need to show a picture of the entire light, not just the bracket.
Am after a drill recommendation, initially it will be for drilling into plaster / bricks as I will be installing curtains in our new house. Not wanting to spend a…
Roof restoration 1
I am not sure if you guys are talking about labour costs or what. But i am responsible for quite a lot of roof restorations in South Australia and there is no way that I…
remove stain from render
yes the quickest way is to use washing powder. prefferably one without bleach, so just stuff for colours.
mix it with water, about half a scoop for a 10l bucket. be sure…
Nov 06, 2017 9:49 pm
Floor sanding - chatter
We laid a brand new hardwood floor and hired a drum sander from Bunnings. We started at 40 grit, 60, 80 then 100. We then hired a rotary sander and used 120 discs on the…
Lawnmover for small backyard
Maybe you could try a cordless battery mower like Ryobi and Ozito sell in Bunnings. They're not cheap though, my dad got one for his small yard and it was close to $400,…
What are they made of? If metal, you could have them vinyl wrapped like a car. The wrappers might find it a bit of a weird request, but it should work and would be fully…
Running cables in ceiling
The minute you included "power" on that list, everybody backed away from your question rapidly. Get a sparky out.
Painting timber fence – which spray gun?
I have a timber fence with lapped treated pine palings (i.e. no gaps) that I needs to paint both sides of. It is about 40m long and 2m high.
I figure it’s going to be…
Aug 12, 2017 4:20 pm
If you are using Boracol as a teak deck or other algae/mould treatments then I would recommend Boracol…
Repair Porch Wall (Shotcrete???)
Ive had some advice that the texture is easy to do by pulling the trowel away from the wall.
I just dont know what type of plaster or render I need. Any ideas?
home cleaning services
There are many companies offering cleaning services at professional level. Not only home cleaning services but office cleaning services as well. You can search on…
Ceiling paint looks chalky & patchy
We are having the same issue. Country NSW, ceiling was perfectly fine but in a tinted colour prior so wanted to paint it white. Used Taubmans easy coat flat white. Four…
Brainstorming ideas on backyard
I would agree about the pavers too. Unless of course you entirely hate the tiles that are chosen and it seems like the original job is really bad. From what I can see in…
Jun 05, 2017 2:19 pm
Nice ideas. Even I love to transfer the junk into the reusable products. I have never experimented with the big ideas like this but had created some small things to decor…
Help with tile roof repair
I have difficulty finding someone who can / is willing to who can repair broken tiles, and re-bedding and re-pointing ridge capping. Any recommendation would be…
Drainage problem HELP!
I have a drainage problem.
The home is a 100 year old weatherboard. On one side, dirt has been piled up above the level of the barge boards and a concrete path laid…
or what I know toilets regardless of their position use a trap pipe other than that There should not be a problem
Firmamatic Panel Lift Door Opener Issue
I have a Firmadoor panel lift door with the Firmamatic opener with the rectangular remote with the cream coloured button. It was installed in 2005. Recently, the…
Fill Gaps in Shed
Key word here is RENTAL.
First thing to do is speak to agent. Either have their tradie do it, or gain permission from owner to do it yourself.
Not doing that and using…
Mar 24, 2017 9:34 pm
solar hot water
You stuff that up and it could be very costly to the solar array on your roof. Plus you'll have insurance issues if you try to claim water damage later.
Mar 24, 2017 9:27 pm
From what you posted you have paid for capped service provisions for future use, that would require complete hook up to sewerage.
It seems builder missed it and now does…
Help with verandah
Hey whats up guys. Just a quick inquiry. I'm looking at building a slim flat roof verandah covering one side of my house. Approx 21m x 1m (yep 1m that's the gap between my…
Feb 28, 2017 12:54 pm
Impossible to solve the issue from within.
Water seeping through the brick will damage anything u apply to it after a while. Whether it be from mould apores or aimply…
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