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TK87
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Hi all. I'm looking to lay decking over an existing concrete slab. The slab has existing water proofing membrane and is 4.8x5.7m.I'm keen to use a com ...

patric
Occasional Browser
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hi im a new member and am going to build an on ground patio deck 3.6mx3.2m and bting it up to door sill level i havent got much height to play with 10 ...

Mac43
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I have made decks in the past using treated pine but they don’t always last the distance. I discovered a deck frame system available through Special o ...

midas
New Contributor
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Hello! I'm building a round, free standing, low profile deck and was hoping to please have someone with a bit more experience double check the specs, ...

TeddyZ
Frequent Browser
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    Hi there Bunnings community. I’m looking at building my first floating deck of at least 3.0x3.0m2. Want to raise approximately 300mm above my la ...

ambiches
New Contributor
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How do i repair pebble mix driveway?

Buildadeck
Newbie
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Hi all; Building an Ekodeck deck about 0.5m off the ground 2400 x 5400. Fixing to brick. Plan on using 2400 x 140 x 45 bunnings treated pine joist ...

CourtyardMaker
Budding Contributor
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          Our original balcony with the air conditioner located, it’s uninviting and no storage, there’s no proper space to put the pot plants. ...

Goose
New Contributor
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First owner builder project (with some help from professionals). Verandah and Deck for a new house. New outdoor kitchen including Barbeque to be ...

mesunil
New Contributor
3 replies

Hi everyone , I am trying to build the composite deck in my alfresco . As the conceret floor is little bit uneven all around and the level of the con ...

WendyL
Budding Browser
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I have recently completed a low lying deck using Eco deck and Merbau Slat Fence panels. This was a courtyard with an awkward layout making the area u ...

JRRed
Junior Contributor
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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 ...

Welding_Virgin
Budding Contributor
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About 15 years ago we had a wooden deck installed. It is about 25 sq metres. The decking which was some sort of hardwood was actually in good shap ...

muzzymuzzy
New Contributor
6 replies

Hi, I am building a narrow low level deck around a pool, and I am trying to work out the spans needed. I have looked through all the bunnings threads, ...

Pala
Newbie
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Dear Experts, Seeking your advice, please. I have already built a lower profile deck over the concrete (approx 5m x 5m) and was planning to install ...

ennoh
Junior Contributor
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I have to remove some outdoor decking. I have made a good start but its hard yakka and the second half seems harder than the first. I have mostly ...

redking
New Contributor
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I have a small pebble stone area next to my garage and would like to lay concrete pavers for the wheels entrance to make it easy to get in.Please advi ...

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