Just wanted to extend an overdue thanks for joining in the discussion and sharing your knowledge. It's great to have you as part of the Workshop community and we look forward to reading more about your own projects and plans.
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Are there span tables for joists and bearers available for decks below 1m height
I am planning to build a deck, and would like to have a look of your tools and plan.
Unfortunately the creator of this discussion thread is no longer a member of the community. I would recommend you create a new discussion thread and ask your deck questions in as much detail as possible. We have many experienced and knowledgeable members of the community who I'm sure would be happy to assist you.
Dear All, I’m also interested in tables for a deck below one metre high and bracing details.
currently planning one approx 800high. Struggled to find suitable concrete stumps as per Bunnings guide then found out minimum concrete stump size in QLD is 200 x 200. Haven’t got my own Franna so that’s not gunna work lol.
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @HarveyB. It's great to have you join us and many thanks for sharing your project.
Span tables, specifications and relevant standards for your deck can be found in the Building Code of Australia. You might find snippets of the BCA on the relevant supplier websites for the products you are using on your deck. Building product suppliers often include specifications as a guide when purchasing their materials.
I'd encourage you to start your own discussion with as much detail as possible, that way our helpful members can assist with any specific questions you had on the deck.
We look forward to hearing more about your project and can't wait to see you get started.
@BIM_Engineer Any chance of getting a copy of the : DIY Timber Deck Series for use in Sketchup.
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @AdrianKrasnoff. It's fantastic to have you join us and many thanks for your question.
Unfortunately, the creator of this discussion thread is no longer a member of the community. I would encourage you to create a new discussion about your deck project so our members can assist. There are plenty of knowledgeable members within the community who would be more than happy to lend a hand.