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Decking and Paving

Neo19
Junior Contributor
35 replies

Hi Everyone I have been going through these discussion boards for a while and finally mustered to courage to post a question here This would ...

aaronwier
Junior Contributor
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Hey all, A question regarding decking. I know there is spacing between decking boards (5mm, 3mm etc) but when laying decking boards, do you need to ...

Fadi
New Contributor
6 replies

Hi everyone, Firstly, sincere apologies for posting another low-level decking post. I was unable to find some details I was looking for. It's my fir ...

Patto
New Contributor
2 replies

 Hi everyone, just wonder if there is an estimate or guide someone could share (per mtr I guess) of Merbaui 120mm decking onto H3 timbers which will ...

BScillio
Newbie
1 reply

A decade or two ago, I used a clear-coat (boating/marine) lacquer/sealant mixed with ultra fine grain sand (3to1 mix ratio),painting it in two coats o ...

Jujus
Newbie
1 reply

I am building a deck and need to replace the stairs. I have 2 metal stringers so far but not sure what is the maximum width I can have my stairs. I ...

elle88
Budding Contributor
4 replies

  Hi all how do I go about in restoring this pergola. Do i use a high water pressure or sand the wood . Does anyone know what makes the wood turn ora ...

iamaem
New Contributor
6 replies

Hello! Looking for some advice please. My backyard bricks are full of dirt and weeds and I would like to grout them. Can someone please tell me if gr ...

BradC
Frequent Browser
1 reply

Hi all, looking to build a small deck 2800 long and 3500 wide. With only 100 between the ground and bottom of bearer at the lowest point and 250 at t ...

FrankieL
Newbie
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On the video attached they reference the following products - Ultrabond 2100 and Miracle Bond 1310 -https://protect-za.mimecast.com/s/I1kECY6YpoCo1j5k ...

TrixtanR
New Contributor
5 replies

Hi Everyone, I've been a silent viewer of this amazing forum and finally decided to get my first D.I.Y going after a lot of procrastination. I have a ...

shayden06
Budding Browser
17 replies

A small project I completed for my sister. Everything was brought from Bunnings.

jays2007
Budding Contributor
6 replies

      Almost completed our Ekodeck ground level deck. Will have a ekodeck plank surrounding sides aswell. Once complete not sure what we should do ...

Cathet
New Contributor
1 reply

Over 10yrs ago we had our concrete deck extended and stenciled. We use a handyman out of the local rag - never do this. The concrete still leeches col ...

Crash76
Budding Contributor
8 replies

Might be a silly question, but whats the best method to connect two 90 x 45 bearers to timber stumps of 100 x 100?If they are to sit both on top of th ...

JRRed
Junior Contributor
15 replies

Front porch eastLast year I posted that I had had my pebblecrete pool completely re-surfaced. (See my first post for before and after). Now I would l ...

Marty_McFly
New Contributor
4 replies

For my wife's Bday, I decided to get the back area around the pool finished. It's only been 3 years. First time building a Deck, I think this one tur ...

liv
New Contributor
1 reply

I am designing a 12mx6m hardwood decking under an existing pergola. The pergola has 3 90x90 metal posts along the 12m length. I have two main question ...

Dale_S
Newbie
1 reply

Does anyone know if the Deko 250x150x150 instant concrete foundations that Bunnings sell works with the GoodTimes Modular Decking that bunnings also s ...

RS
New Contributor
2 replies

Hello folks, I've no prior experience in timber diy projects. I want to build a 4 by 8 metre deck flushing with the grass on a slightly sloped backyar ...

weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
7 replies

BeforeThe path down the side of our house needed some sprucing up to say the least. We wanted to add some shelter / storage for the bikes so we could ...

Pav
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi, I am after help to build a deck 814cm in length x 260cm wide. I am wanting to put it long length of house wall in backyard. I have never done a ...

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