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Decking and Paving

sverma
Budding Contributor
9 replies

First time post'er. Looking at installing a timber decking (90x19) on a concrete patio (red dotted line). The Concrete Slab also has ceramic tiles on ...

darryl7
Budding Contributor
34 replies

cihan
Budding Browser

I want to build a deck that is close contact with the ground, am i able to use H4 sleepers as for my bearers? I read and it says H4 timber is not for ...

Patto
Budding Contributor
6 replies

 Hi everyone, just wonder if there is an estimate or guide someone could share (per mtr I guess) of Merbaui 120mm decking onto H3 timbers which will ...

Jithesh
Budding Contributor
7 replies

Hello there. I was doing some research around DIY decking over concrete and stumbled across this forum. What a lovely thread. Many thanks for some of ...

clivedavey
Newbie

I have coated my deck with aquadeck oil based deck and exterior stain and it has come up darker than expected. Is there a product I can use to remove ...

Jfinlay
Budding Contributor
9 replies

I have a lovely new Timber deck and am wanting to find a rectangular lightweight pot/trough (approx 1.0mL x 400W) that has a water well, in which to p ...

brelms
Budding Browser
2 replies

Hi, I have yet another decking question. when looking at the videos and reading these posts on building decks, the timbers appear quite small. Th ...

Alfiecap
Newbie

I have a couple of raised planters, they look great a couple of years ago but now look a little shabby. I would like to clad them with ekodeck. how m ...

clolimiza
New Contributor
3 replies

Hey Guys We are building our second deck, (first one was built over concrete slab) we are needing advice on how deep do you need to have the framing p ...

na
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi, I brought house last year but I have problem with rain water because in backyard concrete don't have water drainage and concrete is also not leve ...

PatUdara
Budding Contributor
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Jfinlay
Budding Contributor
2 replies

Can anyone please recommend a good installer of this system please on lower northshore of Sydney? Thanks

akajain
New Contributor
5 replies

Hello everyone, I have laid pavers in backyard. I think these pavers are high porosity. (Please see pictures). Is it a good idea to apply sealer on th ...

baza
Junior Contributor
10 replies

Just wondering if anyone has used Perma timber and are there any reviews around vs Eko deck? Any advice would be great.

Ryjh
Occasional Browser
2 replies

I’ve built a few frames for outdoor picnic style tables, finally chose to go with Forrest red gum for the tops of the bench seats and table. What woul ...

JRRed
Junior Contributor
20 replies

Front porch eastLast year I posted that I had had my pebblecrete pool completely re-surfaced. (See my first post for before and after). Now I would l ...

tremas
Frequent Browser
2 replies

Hello We've removed the tiles on the back step and the plan is to smooth the concrete underneath and then paint it.Our plan is to do this with an angl ...

uday_a
Newbie
2 replies

Hi guys,Hope ya'll safe.Just wondering if I can get some advice here from someone who's had some experience with my question.I've been planning a DIY ...

63boy
New Contributor
3 replies

Hi all!Just wanted to get some ideas or tips on what I should do. This is the deck area, there's a staircase on the left that goes to the rest of the ...

EmmaBourke
New Contributor
22 replies

Hi All, I am currently in the process of planning my deck and would like to know what peoples opinions are on compsite decking. What brand did you use ...

Harv
Junior Contributor
14 replies

I’m building a deck and have been using treated pine so far I have been coatings my cuts with a protective spray on joists and bearers,now I am on to ...

DoSimpleBetter
Junior Contributor
2 replies

Hi everyone, I'm considering raising the height of an existing steel balcony railing by at least 60mm. At this stage it's still a concept and I'm con ...

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