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LePallet
Experienced 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 ...

Bmorris
New Contributor
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New to this - how much to get helping hand with lifing up bricks and re-laying? I am in Bald Hills

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Hi all, I thought I'd share my current deck renewal project. The deck is around 10 years old and was looking pretty shabby. The timber is merbau but ...

baza
Budding Contributor
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Hey hello , we are new to the page and looking forward to picking up some great tips. We are going to build a Eko deck just above ground level, there ...

Kate23
Budding Contributor
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For my first post I thought I'd share our current garden project. Our backyard has lots of lovely trees but it gets a lot of shade and we have an ener ...

BIM_Engineer
Valued Contributor
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A few members have asked specific questions about Timber DecksI hope these additional resources and tools provide useful information in your endeavour ...

Trying
Super Contributor
34 replies

Hi people, about to build a new deck approx. 5 mts x 2.5 mts attached to my "she-shed". I'm loving the idea of low maintenance 10 yr warranty product ...

marc_s
New Contributor
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Hi all, I’m half way through my backyard deck project and pretty happy with how it is turned out so far. As with all DIY projects have learnt a tonne ...

shayden06
Budding Browser
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A small project I completed for my sister. Everything was brought from Bunnings.

r23on
Experienced Contributor

I Built this patio some 16 years ago and like all things they become tired and need some cleaning up and bit of maintenanceI planted an apple tree nex ...

Harv
Junior Contributor
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May

I am building a low level deck and I’m restricted with hight so I’m using 140x45 H3 treated pine bearers,I put my posts in at 1.8mt spacings the deck ...

swynne
New Contributor
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May

We bought a Cement Grey and Black Machu Fire Pit and decided we wanted to have it on our deck. To avoid fire risk and damage to decking, we placed it ...

EmmaBourke
New Contributor
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Hi All, I am currently in the process of planning my deck and would like to know what peoples opinions are on compsite decking. What brand did you use ...

ProjectPete
Valued Contributor
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We're thinking about using some "grasscrete" to add some new texture to a sitting area we're planning for the new place - it'll be surrounded in plant ...

mrbean
New Contributor
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Hi, The cement area behind the house has a semi unseless drain that collects the water and mud. Any ideas how to stop it blocking with mud as shown i ...

Kellie
Super Contributor
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I'm getting excited about my new apartment, which should only be a few months away from being complete. I'm not sure what kind of view I'm going to ha ...

Hacko
Budding Browser
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how do you remove BBQ grease stains from ekodeck ( grey colour)

Harv
Junior Contributor
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what are people’s thoughts on weather to oil or stain a new treated pine deck,I was going to oil but reading a few forums I am leaning towards stain n ...

Harv
Junior Contributor
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I’m building a deck and have been using treated pine so far I have been coatings my cuts with a protective spray on joists and bearers,now I am on to ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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It's the first day of summer tomorrow, and the festive season is just around the corner. Hopefully that also means holidays, and lots of entertaining ...

raymao268
Budding Contributor
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I have been thinking of upgrade my backyard entertainment area and build a outdoor BBQ kitchen for quite some time, last year I finally decided to put ...

jaga
Junior Contributor
13 replies

Hi again, My wife and I recently welcomed a new baby (our second), which highlighted to us that our current front door, wasn't particularly safe.. ie ...

Simon
Junior Contributor
1 reply

Hi everyone, If you are 'uming and ahhing' over whether or not its worth the time and money saving that piece of outdoor furniture before summer hits ...

DIY_Dan
Budding Contributor
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Hi Workshoppers, I thought my deck experience might prove a handy reference for many on here. Our deck was about 5 years old and ready for re-oiling - ...