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Neo19
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3 weeks ago

This would be somewhere helpful to start... https://www.workshop.bunnings.com.au/t5/How-To/How-to-a-build-a-deck/ba-p/102739 More details about your ...

Neo19
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3 weeks ago

@titusudawatta I agree with Adam in terms of the board size being a matter of personal preference. I went with the 90x19 for both decks that I have do ...

Neo19
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February

How frustrating! Are you able to post some pictures? May be someone will identify the brand and come up with some suggestions..

Neo19
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February
Neo19
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January

@Johno35 Unsure if my experience is of much use to you as the merbau boards that I have used for my previous decking are also 90 mm wide like pepsp ...

Neo19
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December

Hi @varununi H4 treated sleepers like this or this (considered safer for use to grow edible plants) are used for making raised garden beds. Othe ...

Neo19
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December

Thank you for your very helpful suggestions @EricL. Countersinking certainly solves the problem. Finally some work for those larger spade bits sitting ...

Neo19
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Hi Everyone, With the confidence and knowledge that I have gained from building my first deck a couple of years ago, I've started building a second de ...

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Brad
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2 weeks ago

If you are doing an ultra low deck the 90mm will give better airflow and wider gaps will help as well, my decking jig does 6mm or 8mm gaps and I perso ...

MGusto
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December

HiIf I understand you correctly, you will need an extra joist to support the ends of the 2 decking boards. For a 45mm width joist there is plenty of r ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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December

It's great to see @MGusto has jumped into the conversation with some helpful advice @Neo19. You might have just missed it, but I believe you'll need ...

tom_builds
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December

Thanks for the tag @EricL @Neo19 your plan looks great, and as everyone else has said you will need at least one joist wherever any decking board w ...

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Neo19
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3 weeks ago

This would be somewhere helpful to start... https://www.workshop.bunnings.com.au/t5/How-To/How-to-a-build-a-deck/ba-p/102739 More details about your ...

Neo19
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3 replies
3 weeks ago

@titusudawatta I agree with Adam in terms of the board size being a matter of personal preference. I went with the 90x19 for both decks that I have do ...

Neo19
Experienced Contributor
February

How frustrating! Are you able to post some pictures? May be someone will identify the brand and come up with some suggestions..

Neo19
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February
Neo19
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January

@Johno35 Unsure if my experience is of much use to you as the merbau boards that I have used for my previous decking are also 90 mm wide like pepsp ...

Neo19
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2 replies
December

Hi @varununi H4 treated sleepers like this or this (considered safer for use to grow edible plants) are used for making raised garden beds. Othe ...

Neo19
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November

Looks fantastic! Great job there @Nham How wide is that little patch of dirt between your pathway and neighbour's retaining wall? Are you going do so ...

Neo19
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November

thank you @BradN and @robchin. Have re-potted the same and now the waiting game! @robchin Sorry, I don't have any images of the flower. A google sear ...

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