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Topics with Label: Decking and Paving

Kez2
Newbie
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Hi, were doing a treated pine footpath. Brought 1.8m lengths 200w x 50mm, but will cut to 900 lengths for path width. Thinking of putting down sand ...

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, ...

muzzymuzzy
New Contributor
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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, ...

Lockie
New Contributor
1 reply

We are planning to cover the both sides of our house to the boundary fence (900mm wide easement x 40m long on one side x 20 long the other side). Bot ...

LisasGarden
Established Contributor
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Our paved area at night, taken before raised bed filled. The outdoor furniture, ,barrels containers etc from Bunnings including the timber table top. ...

pete_brig
Experienced Contributor
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Was checking out @Jason's blog post of top 10 garden makeovers & was motivated to add our story. BTW, I think some of Jason's picks (e.g. @maknilsin) ...

rattle
Super Contributor
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G'day everyone. @mich1972 showed us how they protect their garden from the chickens and I didn't want to take over their discussion with my photos, s ...

Nikkaz
Established Contributor
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Sometimes you need to sit back and look at what you've created! I love Succulents! Table from Bunnings, Chairs from Kmart! This pot was used 40 y ...

Nikkaz
Established Contributor
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The side of our house has looked very boring and needed some greenary! From the months of working from home during COVID and looking out of the window ...

Jfinlay
Junior Contributor
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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 ...

Alfiecap
Newbie
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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 ...

Nikkaz
Established Contributor
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Spent the time finishing out backyard over this time at home. Started with framing off the area with a nice garden bed and an extra decking step. Foll ...

uday_a
Newbie
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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 ...

geoff_70
New Contributor
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Hello, wanting to attach a 125x125mm spotted gum post to this wall, holes are already drilled. The bricks are 110 thick and the post is going to be fo ...

Yorky88
Super Contributor
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  Here is a garden path I built using recycled heritage pavers for a big landscaping job we did in Fremantle. This was actually quite a technical pa ...

Gillgirl
Budding Contributor
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   Hi all just finished another project and need some advice? my husband and I lifted all the old pavers as they were sinking. We bought 4 tons of s ...

DonnaL
Junior Contributor
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Hi Folks, My questions relate to a big problem in the yard where the ground and parts of the paved path have sunk due to disintegrating tree roots. S ...

shilpa
New Contributor
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Hey there! Our soon to be completed new home has a close to 140 sqm backyard. I am after low maintenance landscaping ideas for the same, not too keen ...

sydneysider
Junior Contributor
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hi We had a side path paved 2 years ago and the sand got washed way after a few downpours and now the pavers look a bit displaced. Whats the best way ...

Honkys_Bar
New Contributor
4 replies

The pavers have started to drop and the sleeper surrounds have rotted. After pulling away the sleepers I have found much of the dirt to have washed aw ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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Hi all & happy new DECADE!Well everything with our reno has slowed down a of late... damn you beastly budgets... but I've been fiddling away with a fe ...

tony1982
Established Contributor
10 replies

Hi team We completed a pretty extensive deck and outdoor area in September last year. I'm guilty of getting it to a usable situation and then not re ...

maknilsin
Experienced Contributor
26 replies

So as some of my fellow workshoppers will know - I built my first home in 2016 and moved in early February this year. It's modest block of land wi ...

elle88
Budding Contributor
7 replies

Hi all , im looking for some ideas what I can do to make the ugly footpath look nicer. Ive never done much DIY. But I’m willing to have a go.. to dat ...