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Decking and Paving

redracer01
Trusted Contributor

Hello Everyone, As a birthday gift for myself I decided to buy the Ryobi 2000psi Pressure Washer w/ deck cleaning system. It comes with an extra wand ...

SusieQ
Budding Browser
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I have 1-year-old outdoor sandstone pavers that have been stained with plant litter and metal garden furniture (rust) What product should I use that ...

TillyDee73
New Contributor
6 replies

Hi there, just wondering if these Ezi steps can be used from letterbox up to the front door -ground level? We've got a slight sloping front yard and ...

katew1
New Contributor
5 replies

Hi, I’m in need of some advice on what surface to place our cubby house on. We have ordered the Marlie cubby house from hide & seek (pictures) and th ...

funksoulbro1
Junior Contributor
26 replies

G'day DIYers. Thought I'd share with you the biggest DIY project I've ever attempted. We're basically extending our alfresco area to include an awning ...

JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
7 replies

After re levelling my rear sliding door area, I had to repair the surrounding outer walls and remove the existing deck to do so, as this was an area ...

Marny
Budding Contributor
6 replies

I have a small area at the front of my house 4 x 4 metres. Its purpose is to hide the bins but I also want to use 3/4 of the area for a little garden ...

Neo19
Established Contributor
75 replies

Hi Everyone I have been going through these discussion boards for a while and finally mustered to courage to post a question here This would ...

Backyardtradie
Junior Contributor
12 replies

Hello, I am looking to start building a low-level covered deck (3800*3440) on a concrete slab and need someone help with my two points below: 1. T ...

poonam
Newbie
1 reply

I would like to learn how to make deck and sitting area.

koshie
Budding Contributor
1 reply

   hi, I have done some high pressure cleaning of my driveway. I think I should use a sealer to seal and make this cleaning effort last longer. An ...

tarlochan
Budding Browser
2 replies

I am going deck in porch my question is how we can attach deck frame to concrete. Do we need angle? what screws we can use?

Frank13
New Contributor
3 replies

Hi i am going to build a low lying deck and just like to know the size of timbers I should be using

K10
Newbie
1 reply

How do I build a deck railing made out of powder coated aluminium posts, cable between the posts, and a wide wooden top? Can you please show me what p ...

julzdiy
Budding Contributor
5 replies

Hi everyone, looking for some ideas on how to design the side yard. It was full of scrubs, trees and grass up to your waistline. After council approva ...

Harv
Junior Contributor
9 replies

what are people’s thoughts on weather to oil or stain a new treated pine deck,I was going to oil but reading a few forums I am leaning towards stain n ...

ron3alex
Budding Contributor
1 reply

  Hi Everyone,I have got existing pavers for our pathway from one of the side of our house.the existing pebbles were all messy with mix of mulch etc w ...

1Tony
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi I would like some advice on building a deck similar to the photo. This would need some type of compacted road base? What would be better as frame ...

Leka
Newbie
3 replies

Hi I'm Leka, I have a deck that needs a major repair and I have no experience in building and needing help please to fix it and I dont know where to s ...

arian10daddy
Junior Contributor
18 replies

Hi All, Another low deck over Concrete. The height from concrete to door threshold is only 120mm, so frame can only be 90x45. I have seen a lot of d ...

Fastally
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi all,I’ve just moved into a new home and the back garden area has textured concrete brick effect.I would like to level the area and put matting or A ...

ElissaC
New Contributor
9 replies

A successful crazy paving DIY project complete! Big transformation for our outdoor living area ...

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