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Welcome to Home & Garden. For help with those little jobs around the home try our DIYsection. If you have green fingers why not help out those in need in Gardening?, or ask your own garden design and landscaping questions?

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CW1
A new tenant has reported her tv isn't working. I know I used cable when I lived there but can't remember if that was immediately or if there's an aerial. Subsequent tenants got SKY installed, at...
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jennyjoan
I have regretted getting rid of my old living room suite. It did only need a few repairs. Would any furniture manufacturers make a suite to your design. If so, where would I start. thanks...
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may1day
I have just had a new garage built, the other was sectional concrete and not fit for purpose. The wall which backs on to the neighbouring garage is block, the builder advised this, as it doesn't show....
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spathiphyllum
I am after a rice cooker, if i get a "rice cooker and steamer" could i steam veg in there?...
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jennyjoan
I mowed my (it is very small) garden on Monday - there have been loads of small patches (bald) where the grass seed is not "taking". Over the last couple of weeks I have introducted top soil and grass...
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Giggsie
Gardeners big argument next door ...how many plants do you put maximum in a 12 “ basket or tub. He must have at least 15 plants in .....to me far far too much. He says will have better baskets...
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tiggerblue10
I drink bottled water because I can't stand the smell of chlorine in tap water. No matter how long I leave it to stand I can still smell it. Basically, I can smell bleach a mile off and it makes me...
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SparklyKid
If the valve assembly becomes corroded/faulty, who is responsible ?
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riptide
I have always used an oil based paint on woodwork indoors, but a while back i made the mistake of using a water based paint over it which is now chipping off in places. It would be impossible to...
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CW1
Hi, Had some major work done at a house now let to a tenant. Gave the tradesman a key to the back door so he had access when I couldn't be there (I live an hour away), but he's now lost the key. It...
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racoony
We have a small leak in the pipe from our bathroom sink.My partner thinks that if we pour down the pipe something like liquid glue it will stop the problem.The alternative is to take up the floor...
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zebo
We're looking to have some garden fencing installed and wonder if I could get some idea of costs. It's 9 panels, 5 feet tall, 2 end concrete posts, 8 joining posts, concrete barge boards. It's a...
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jennyjoan
have just looked inside the garden shed and the roof is caving in. I need a new one - how much are they these days 6 x 4 basic wooden with felt roof and floor. thanks....
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Biccylova
what is a good make please? I have arthritic finger joints and find none of our openers any use to me, not just that OH has tried to open a Fray Bentos pie and broke two openers in the attempt, have...
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lynbrown
Its decades since I last knitted. What size ( in old numbers) is a 2 3/4 - two and three quarters - please.
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jennyjoan
I found a brand new strimmer in my shed must be lying there over 4 or 5 years - the only reason I know it is new - the little plastic things were on the plug. Anyway took me a while to figure it out...
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mandimoo
We rent our old house out. The owner of the neighbouring property is accusing the tennant (who has now moved on) of dumping internal doors and a mattress over the back wall and into his garden. The...
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rkp52
I am looking for a garden sieve that has holes more than an inch big . Any suggestions where I can buy one.
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fender62
iv planted two clematis montana, any tips for successful growth
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bedofroses
http://i63.tinypic.com/qya54h.jpg I'm in the process of updating my ancient kitchen and this boxed in piping is causing an issue, but even more of an issue is the nobbly bit. Any idea what it is and...

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