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Adam_W
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Monday

Hi @Sammer & welcome!Sorry for the delay, been laid up with a nasty cold. Gotta' love it when everyone in the house gets it during school holidays...O ...

Adam_W
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Monday

Hi @DonnaL , apologies for the delay, been knocked over by a lurgy (no... not that one...)Okay... advantage of doing it before relay is that it will m ...

Adam_W
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3 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @DonnaL and welcome, welcome, welcome!That's actually a pretty typical sort of problem with pavers that have been down for a while & likley weren't ...

Adam_W
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2 replies
3 weeks ago

Hi @thanhtetaung welcome on-board!Glad you found it helpful. To get the best lifespan from a project like this you really need to use a landscape-grad ...

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

Wow @Carol_Prime , awesome work !!!

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

Hey @Conrad83, in-short... there are quite few issues there.- Normally 90 x 45 would only be used for joists, not bearers. A typical bearer size would ...

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

Hi @Conrad83 & welcome!Okay, just unpacking this a little...With stirrups, single-sided especially, much of the load is supposed to be carried by the ...

Adam_W
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a month ago

Hi @Dheeraj,Welcome to Workshop!Okay, let me unpack some of this for you...- Upright posts - no matter what material you use they will need to be conc ...

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Rasilon
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Tuesday

Many Thanks your video and pics are easy and simple to understand and the expandable and bendable drainage pipe is something that I'll defiantly use i ...

Sammer
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Hi! We need some advice for our garden specifically front yard. We're planning to fix and install roll turf or instant turf this season, do you think ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a week ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Sammer. Many thanks for your questions, I'd be happy to answer it. It's fantastic to have you join us ...

DonnaL
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2 replies
2 weeks ago

Thanks Mitchell and Adam,It was watching the Bunnings DIY that first got me wondering about filling holes first ... you have also helped me decide whe ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
April

How are you going with your project @Dark? When you've completed your construction, you might find this step-by-step guide helpful - How to fill a r ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
2 weeks ago

Hi @sydneysider, Many thanks for your question, I'd be happy to assist. If it is just the sand in between the pavers you can replace it with Dingo ...

Yorky88
Super Contributor
2 weeks ago

Has the concrete haunching on the side of paving come away? I would be inclined To lift those pavers that have moved, re-level and re lay the pavers a ...

DonnaL
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5 replies

Hi Folks, My questions relate to a big problem in the yard where the ground and parts of the paved path have sunk due to disintegrating tree roots. S ...

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Adam_W
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Monday

Hi @Sammer & welcome!Sorry for the delay, been laid up with a nasty cold. Gotta' love it when everyone in the house gets it during school holidays...O ...

Adam_W
Super Contributor
1 reply
Monday

Hi @DonnaL , apologies for the delay, been knocked over by a lurgy (no... not that one...)Okay... advantage of doing it before relay is that it will m ...

Adam_W
Super Contributor
3 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @DonnaL and welcome, welcome, welcome!That's actually a pretty typical sort of problem with pavers that have been down for a while & likley weren't ...

Adam_W
Super Contributor
2 replies
3 weeks ago

Hi @thanhtetaung welcome on-board!Glad you found it helpful. To get the best lifespan from a project like this you really need to use a landscape-grad ...

Adam_W
Super Contributor
3 weeks ago

Wow @Carol_Prime , awesome work !!!

Adam_W
Super Contributor
1 reply
3 weeks ago

Hey @Conrad83, in-short... there are quite few issues there.- Normally 90 x 45 would only be used for joists, not bearers. A typical bearer size would ...

Adam_W
Super Contributor
3 replies
3 weeks ago

Hi @Conrad83 & welcome!Okay, just unpacking this a little...With stirrups, single-sided especially, much of the load is supposed to be carried by the ...

Adam_W
Super Contributor
a month ago

Hi @Dheeraj,Welcome to Workshop!Okay, let me unpack some of this for you...- Upright posts - no matter what material you use they will need to be conc ...

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