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aaronwier
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August

So decking boards almost done Still need to do cladding but will do that last. Question, i have stained under the decking boards and even used deck f ...

aaronwier
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August

Cheers @Neo19 . One side is a touch highe than the other, but would be a maximum of 2 boards.

aaronwier
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August

Thanks @Adam_W its just around the perimeter where i will enclose the open space with decking board/s (vertically) and that will meet with the decking ...

aaronwier
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August

Thanks @Jason going well! Frame is up and level, just prepping the decking boards. Will post results once finished

aaronwier
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August

To clarify, i am building a ground level deck and will be cladding the outside with decking board to hide the space underneath

aaronwier
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Hey all, A question regarding decking. I know there is spacing between decking boards (5mm, 3mm etc) but when laying decking boards, do you need to ...

aaronwier
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January 2020

Thanks @Adam_W i think you are spot on. It is indeed boxed in using bricks. I’ll have a bit of a dig anyhow and see how far it goes down. Are thinking ...

aaronwier
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January 2020

Thanks @MitchellM The surface is sandy but hard. Can be broken up pretty easily though.

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August

Thanks for the update @aaronwier, it's looking great. The gurus at Cabots would recommend that you wait. In their article When can I coat my new t ...

Brad
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August

"Another question if i may. Decking screws, how far do you recommend from sides of each decking board for 90mm? I’ve heard 15-20mm" For appearance I u ...

Neo19
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August

Hi @aaronwier good luck with your project! I have left a small gap where the top of the cladding meet decking boards on the edge. It's a very small ga ...

Fergus
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We thought a D.I.Y. mini golf hole might be a fun project for the lockdown period. Inspiration was taken from the video below which seemed very simp ...

ProjectPete
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Recently I've been completing some renos on an 80's home getting it ready for sale. I've given the kitchen and bathroom a makeover, installed a new tr ...

Andy_Mann
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November 2016

I'm now able to pump up pools, it's been one of those days. Swimming pools cop a lotta flak from greenies, there's evaporation, harsh chemicals, healt ...

ProjectPete
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I'm really happy with how this small composite deck came up that I did for a friend/customer. As you can see, it really spruces the area up and giving ...

ProjectPete
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Unsurprisingly, I'm not a fan of colourbond fencing, and particularly not the cream colour the estate decided to go with.Again unsurprisingly, given m ...

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aaronwier
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August

Cheers @Neo19 . One side is a touch highe than the other, but would be a maximum of 2 boards.

aaronwier
Junior Contributor
August

Thanks @Jason going well! Frame is up and level, just prepping the decking boards. Will post results once finished

aaronwier
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2 replies
August

To clarify, i am building a ground level deck and will be cladding the outside with decking board to hide the space underneath

aaronwier
Junior Contributor
10 replies

Hey all, A question regarding decking. I know there is spacing between decking boards (5mm, 3mm etc) but when laying decking boards, do you need to ...

aaronwier
Junior Contributor
January 2020

Thanks @Adam_W i think you are spot on. It is indeed boxed in using bricks. I’ll have a bit of a dig anyhow and see how far it goes down. Are thinking ...

aaronwier
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3 replies
January 2020

Thanks @MitchellM The surface is sandy but hard. Can be broken up pretty easily though.

aaronwier
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January 2020

Looks great! We are about to look at Kaboodle kitchens. How did you find assembly and install?

aaronwier
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January 2020

Hi all, Been using this site for a while but never posted until now. We recently moved from a smaller house that was renovated when we bought to a muc ...

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