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Adam_W
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Adam_W
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yesterday

Hi @Crash76 and welcome.Okay... unpack a few things here... as @ProjectPete said if using timber 100x100 is fine but yes, must be H4. Make sure as wel ...

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

Hi @Dark , apologies for not jumping in sooner. Been a crazy couple of weeks!Best stuff after a de-thatch as a minimum is to feed well. I'd also look ...

Adam_W
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2 replies
October

Hi @kforyourtime it's amazing how fast these critters can do so serious damage to your lawn...The typical army worm is much smoother so I'm not sure w ...

Adam_W
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October

Hi @KaraZorEl , yes, it's an interesting conundrum with CCA & ACQ as technically for domestic use timber is supposed to be switching over to non-CCA. ...

Adam_W
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8 replies
October

Hi @Taken4ride , sounds like an awesome deck!To protect and enhance the natural colour you only ever want to use a clear or natural 'oil'. I say 'oil' ...

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Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
a month ago

Many thanks for sharing your expertise with the Workshop community once again @Adam_W. Great to have you as one of our valued members. Visitors to ...

Crash76
Newbie
3 replies

Hi, great forum here.Im building a low level deck, with limited clearance in Eastern Melb. Nice clay soil with lots of rocks!I'm down to 500mm deep x ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
Monday

Hi @Crash76, Welcome to Workshop. That sounds like a great project. Have you searched "low-level deck" here on the site as it's a popular topic th ...

kforyourtime
New Contributor
6 replies

This is the first spring we've had with these caterpillars. And they are literally everywhere, I removed about 20 from 2m² area! Any tips in getting r ...

Caron
Junior Contributor
August

That’s a very impressive raised bed - thanks for sharing! 

KaraZorEl
New Contributor
September

Hi, we were recently trying to buy some treated pine sleepers for garden beds but two of the local bunnings stored on CCA treated one not ACQ. We were ...

Taken4ride
Budding Contributor
13 replies

Hi all... As said earlier I designed and built a house with a large deck area then moved in 20 years ago. We designed our dream house in the late 80’s ...

joewinlee
Budding Contributor
5 replies
September

Good stuffs @Adam_W I'll give it a go one of these weekends when the weather is warmer.

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Adam_W
Super Contributor
yesterday

Hi @Crash76 and welcome.Okay... unpack a few things here... as @ProjectPete said if using timber 100x100 is fine but yes, must be H4. Make sure as wel ...

Adam_W
Super Contributor
3 weeks ago

Hi @Dark , apologies for not jumping in sooner. Been a crazy couple of weeks!Best stuff after a de-thatch as a minimum is to feed well. I'd also look ...

Adam_W
Super Contributor
2 replies
October

Hi @kforyourtime it's amazing how fast these critters can do so serious damage to your lawn...The typical army worm is much smoother so I'm not sure w ...

Adam_W
Super Contributor
October

Hi @KaraZorEl , yes, it's an interesting conundrum with CCA & ACQ as technically for domestic use timber is supposed to be switching over to non-CCA. ...

Adam_W
Super Contributor
8 replies
October

Hi @Taken4ride , sounds like an awesome deck!To protect and enhance the natural colour you only ever want to use a clear or natural 'oil'. I say 'oil' ...

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