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May

You are most welcome. Just watch out for a bit of a warp along the seat if always outside. I've used a couple of concrete blocks to keep mine straight ...

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April

I have the best of both worlds. I installed my original modwood decking with alternate grooves down and grooves up. Just gave the deck a nice texture ...

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February

Good stuff. Termites break their teeth on steel. 

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February

Blend: a sand and gravel for concrete mix. Put a 50mm socked Ag drain at the base and blend fill. You will have to refill or top up when the fill sett ...

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February

 Here's a pic of the area in the courtyard. I tried to get the morrocan style of pavers, which I cut the syngrass around, and the whole feel of coolth ...

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February

Did my court yard with Bunnings syngrass over a layer of brickies sand compacted by walking and flood levelling beforehand.Then holes in syngrass allo ...

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January

Hi Mike, yep there is a grommet at each exit thru the miniorb cladding. Being a retired Architect I am somewhat trepidatious about these things having ...

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January

Two things Mitchell, i would not use any treated timber for native bee hives. I have been told by the experts at a seminar on the tiny ones. I also wo ...

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AndyPantz89
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October

Hi all. i'm new here. I do have a funny story about this topic though.I was working in the paint and flooring area at Mitre 10 and had a customer tell ...

RhysN01
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I have just finished building a back deck with my dad and brother.We built the framework out of steel purlins and beams, and used Queensland Spotted G ...

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cadsman
Junior Contributor
May

You are most welcome. Just watch out for a bit of a warp along the seat if always outside. I've used a couple of concrete blocks to keep mine straight ...

cadsman
Junior Contributor
February

Good stuff. Termites break their teeth on steel. 

cadsman
Junior Contributor
February

Blend: a sand and gravel for concrete mix. Put a 50mm socked Ag drain at the base and blend fill. You will have to refill or top up when the fill sett ...

cadsman
Junior Contributor
February

 Here's a pic of the area in the courtyard. I tried to get the morrocan style of pavers, which I cut the syngrass around, and the whole feel of coolth ...

cadsman
Junior Contributor
2 replies
February

Did my court yard with Bunnings syngrass over a layer of brickies sand compacted by walking and flood levelling beforehand.Then holes in syngrass allo ...

cadsman
Junior Contributor
January

Two things Mitchell, i would not use any treated timber for native bee hives. I have been told by the experts at a seminar on the tiny ones. I also wo ...

cadsman
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2 replies
January

Based on the OATH principal from plans on the web. Used 35mm thick pine (90x35 and 70x35 F12 studs and 50 thick pine sleepers from Bunnings, all plane ...

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