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Update 3:- Second slab is down. It’s a much better slab compared to the first. Batched and poured in cooler conditions. - I found screeding easier as ...

Allan72
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Thanks @redracer01. You’re spot on. I think it dried to quickly in the heat. I did mist it down last night and today but I didn’t put a sheet on it. S ...

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Update 2:- So the first slab is in. About 0.5 cubic metre of concrete went into the slab. It’s sitting on a compacted base of scalpings sub base (abou ...

Allan72
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Hi @aplas1987. I suppose the trick here is achieving an outcome that is structurally sound but looks good too, without having to undertake significant ...

Allan72
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Thanks @redracer01. I really appreciate the graphics and your suggestions. We’re lucky in that most of what you’ve suggested will be included in our a ...

Allan72
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Hi @aplas1987Welcome. That’s a nice outdoor space you’ve got. Often your deck fencing will be an extension of your deck posts (stumps). From your pict ...

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Thanks @Joker! Update1:- So far I’ve put the two steps in. They are 2.4m long, with a 180mm rise and a 400mm tread (run). The rise from patio proper w ...

Allan72
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Looks awesome!

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moshiach77
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I made this table from some old hardwood boards I had.

TheSaltyreefer
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Bought this great little controller for our vegie patch, programs are awesome and it works a treat.

redracer01
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Hello @aplas1987,Would it be possible to post photos of the area that you will be fencing off? Perhaps some measurements of the current fence and wher ...

redracer01
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I'm glad you liked my sketch and suggestions. Looking forward to seeing the finished project!

redracer01
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Hello Allan72,How about a small informal bar near the water tank, a dart board near the aircon unit side, perhaps a tv at the back of the bar. Hope yo ...

Community Manager Jason
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Brilliant work as always @redracer01. You just need to add a hot tub! Jason

Community Manager Jason
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Welcome to summer! This is such an exciting time of year with Christmas around the corner and the chance to spend plenty of time with friends a ...

aplas1987
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Hi Everyone, My first time posting here; my partner and I are looking at extending the fencing around our whole deck to stop the dogs from runining ...

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Allan72
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Update 3:- Second slab is down. It’s a much better slab compared to the first. Batched and poured in cooler conditions. - I found screeding easier as ...

Allan72
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Thanks @redracer01. You’re spot on. I think it dried to quickly in the heat. I did mist it down last night and today but I didn’t put a sheet on it. S ...

Allan72
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Update 2:- So the first slab is in. About 0.5 cubic metre of concrete went into the slab. It’s sitting on a compacted base of scalpings sub base (abou ...

Allan72
Junior Contributor

Hi @aplas1987. I suppose the trick here is achieving an outcome that is structurally sound but looks good too, without having to undertake significant ...

Allan72
Junior Contributor
7 replies

Thanks @redracer01. I really appreciate the graphics and your suggestions. We’re lucky in that most of what you’ve suggested will be included in our a ...

Allan72
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Hi @aplas1987Welcome. That’s a nice outdoor space you’ve got. Often your deck fencing will be an extension of your deck posts (stumps). From your pict ...

Allan72
Junior Contributor

Thanks @Joker! Update1:- So far I’ve put the two steps in. They are 2.4m long, with a 180mm rise and a 400mm tread (run). The rise from patio proper w ...

Allan72
Junior Contributor

Looks awesome!

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