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Topics with Label: Decking and Paving

tavo1421
Budding Contributor
20 replies

Hi everyone, I want to build a deck of around 14m x 1.3m on one of the sides of my house.I checked many forums, websites and post here and there. I le ...

asifkhawaja
Budding Contributor
30 replies

Recently, I turned my boring ugly backyard into an amazing sitting area using the brand new Ekodeck decking. Here are a few photos of the different st ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
42 replies

Hi all, I thought I'd share my current deck renewal project. The deck is around 10 years old and was looking pretty shabby. The timber is merbau ...

pano
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi, photos attached as you can see I have a deck which appears to be floorboards tongue and groove on 90 x 45 treated pine laid straight onto concrete ...

mindnmetal
Newbie
7 replies

I have a raised (about 1100mm high) concrete verandah at the front and back of my house. Its over 50 years old, has patchy pebblecrete (that I hate) a ...

sankhadlt
New Contributor
3 replies

Great to be a part of this community. I'm a novice and need all the help I can get. I'm planning on building a 7x5m deck in our backyard and as you ca ...

DIYgals
Junior Contributor
8 replies

Hi All, Wanted to share with you our new deck. It's been so nice to be able to enjoy it over summer! It was built over some old concrete and natur ...

karim
New Contributor
6 replies

Hello Beautiful people Inspired by many contributors and comforted by experts, I am going to start my backyard decking project. Have placed an orde ...

danieltheman
New Contributor
32 replies

Built a patio. Never built anything in my life... Fire on patio Burnt roof and floor I'm so proud I can build stuff

bsdll
New Contributor
5 replies

Hi, I have done a bit of research on laying porcelain pavers and it says it's best to use a bonding agent because they are not porous so need help to ...

raymao268
Junior Contributor
13 replies

I have been thinking of upgrade my backyard entertainment area and build a outdoor BBQ kitchen for quite some time, last year I finally decided to put ...

tpb
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi all, We're getting decking installed soon. Originally I was looking at EkoDecking for the low maintenance requirements and because it would be resi ...

HQ
Newbie
1 reply

Do you need council approval if you’re renovating/rebuilding an existing structure?

ChrisNocker
Budding Contributor
9 replies

Hi all,I'm planning to build this pergola and decking. The house currently does not have enough downpipes so I wanted to add at least one (or maybe tw ...

Zhenny
New Contributor
3 replies

Hi everyone, I am new to the forum and really... new to the DIY community. I am looking to cover my entire backyard with a low level deck. I was con ...

DangerousDave
New Contributor
10 replies

I'm a newbie to the site, so please excuse any stupid questions.We've recently had a pool installed and I want to extend the existing above ground dec ...

Jithesh
Budding Contributor
23 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 ...

jkslui
New Contributor
9 replies

Hi there, I need to get some ideas or hints of what I can do to basically utilise or hide the stormwater retention pits. My thought is to remove th ...

amature
New Contributor
3 replies

HI All , i was hoping if I could have some advice and informations about building a new ( 11 meter x 4 meter ) deck with roof covering attached to th ...

Adrian876
Newbie
2 replies

What’s the best way to build a deck over concrete slab, from the concrete to the top of the brick which I want the deck to finish flush is 85mm what’ ...

fcardenas
New Contributor
3 replies

Hi allI am currently in the process of planning a deck 8050mm x 5400mm but I’m restricted with height (70mm in the concrete slab) and around 100mm at ...

kelli
Budding Contributor
25 replies

The weekend I moved in, something heavy was dropped on the tiles of my front porch, breaking one and leaving a few loose. I decided to build Merbau de ...

Gofinn
New Contributor
6 replies

The mortar has cracked pix1 and pavers moved pix2 The previous owner has attempted repairs (with silicone) but not successfully. there is a large are ...

mh
Budding Contributor
4 replies

What should I use to provide a water repellent top-coat over an already painted balcony handrail? To help the water to bead and run off. Thanks.