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hadi
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, I've been planning to build a low profile deck for about 4 months now. Been trying to discover what's envolved and how I can build it. Cu ...

Amir
New Contributor
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Chye
Budding Contributor
12 replies

Hi, I plan to build a low level deck, 8.5 meters long, 3 meters wide on one side and 3.5 meters on the other. To cover the 8.5 meter length on the fro ...

Neo19
Junior Contributor
18 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 ...

deanclarke12
New Contributor
4 replies

Reaching out to network. I have a brick patio 7000L x 4500mm WLooking to install a deck over the top. Has anyone rendered a brick patio? Or would my o ...

Hisham
Budding Contributor
12 replies

I would like to know if it is a good idea to embark on building a DIY deck. I have absolutely no trade experience and would like to know how and wher ...

vipulgoswami
Junior Contributor
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 its 4 mtr flat concrete and 4  mtr or nearly flat soil floorHi Guys, I don't have much knowledge about decking and without much handiman knowledge. I ...

bradwallace
Budding Browser
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   I’m looking at doing a diy and this is going to be first diy build. Plan is to build a deck out the back which already has some concrete and some d ...

trentp
New Contributor
2 replies

Hi, I was hoping someone could help me understand the plans for the footings certificate I have received for my deck? From what I gather I need to ...

smokocw
Frequent Browser
12 replies

I recently had a patio installed and want to complete the feature with a 5.4mx3.8m deck. There is an existing 3.3mx3.3m ~100mm thick slab as shown wh ...

pastolz
Budding Contributor
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Hi All,I'm looking at building a low level 5200mm x 5200mm deck that will be more than 95% under cover of a pergola. It's an existing paved area, no c ...

sgood
New Contributor
3 replies

I have a large shed that I have cleared out and now only really has the pool pump and filter in it now which only takes up about 1sqm in the corner, ...

Ambi
Budding Browser
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Newbie to DIY. I need some suggestion on easy stone/brick paving or cementing a small corner of the house. Land is of soil and some grass which i hav ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
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Here are some before and after shots of our backyard. Like always with owning a first home, we only then realised how long it takes to do things to t ...

May
Budding Contributor
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We wanting to make a wooden pathway out of sleepers. My question is do we need to place sand down or anything underneath? It is going on dirtand pos ...

ScottM22
Newbie
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Hi everyone, I'm looking to refresh an outdoor area (maybe about 10 square metres) and have been thinking about covering it in this stuff - https://ww ...

th-DIYER
New Contributor
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I’m looking out extended my front concrete patio to make a front deck for street appeal. My front yard is on a slope and know the further I build the ...

Satinderchani
New Contributor
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Hello Everyone, I am new here and planning to do decking in my backyard. All the different hints and tips are welcome and need a some advice on pickin ...

Shano1983
Newbie
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Over the past 15 months I have been transforming our backyard and front yard. Over that course of time I was a pergola installer, carpenter, gyprok ...

Joshsara
Budding Contributor
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I would appreciate if you could let me know how many 20k bags of screening item no 0760532 I would need I am going to lay weed mat under and cover wit ...

Marc86
Budding Contributor
13 replies

  Hi All, Have just found this forum and have read up on a lot of good tips from low level decking posts which was great. I'm looking at replacing ...

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