Is it possible to use this product to replace our current decking, by just removing the top planks? the structure is solid, but the treated pine planks are a bit warped - have been down for about 12 years I think, and not well maintained (blaming hubby lol)
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I suspect members would need a lot more information about your deck structure and your goals for the project before recommending what approach to take. I would encourage you to start a new discussion and post as much detail as possible about your deck and your requirements, including photographs so members can see what you are working with. Let me also tag @MitchellMc so he can share his thoughts when he is back on the site tomorrow.
Great Job!!! Looks amazing!!! what timber do you use for the framing?
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Let me mention @asifkhawaja to see if they can fill you in on what timber they used for the framing. It appears to be H3 treated pine and I'll leave the sizes to @asifkhawaja as I would only be guessing otherwise.
Do you have a decking project in the works?
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Hello may i know the materials that you bought from bunnings and if possible, also the cost please?
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I see above that @asifkhawaja mentions they used Treated Pine Outdoor Timber Framing 140 x 45mm for the frame and it appears they have used Pryda Joist Hanger Suits 45 x 140mm to support them. They have used Ekodeck for the planking.
Let me mention @asifkhawaja to see if they would like to provide an approximate cost for the project.
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Quality work right there @asifkhawaja. Well done. 👍
Big fan of the colour choice too.
@ongbianca88 I think @MitchellMc has already mentioned the major material that I used. There are lots of other smaller things that you will need like posts or stirrups (depending on how you are planning your deck frame), screws, hidden kit for Ekodeck, etc that I am sure you will figure out as you plan.
The cost estimate, if you look at mine, it cost me roughtly around $6,500 - and more that half of that was just the Ekodeck boards.
Hope that helps.