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Jimi
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February

@john5 Sorry for my late addition, but I think the design is great for your requirements, and I would also agree that Buffalo is a fantastic choice f ...

Jimi
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January

Hi @JonBee ,Thats correct what @MitchellMc has listed as the stones I had used - Adbri Natural Impressions. They are a fantastic block and easy to wor ...

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December

Hi @Adam2 . I would highly advise to attach Fascia brackets like the below. It then attaches to the rafter (also include a rafter stiffner) to get the ...

Jimi
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December

Hi @Old-gal24 . To be completely honest, i have no idea what plants they are next door, but they certainly are fast growing plants!!

Jimi
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December

Hi Mitch. I'm not much of a fertilizing expert, but the following steps I have kept consistent with:- I have a sprinkler/drip system installed, so reg ...

Jimi
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December

Hi @Noyade, They are Rafter Stiffener Brackets. Basically they cut through the house fascia and connect to the rafters of the house.

Jimi
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November

Completely agree Mitchell, too little water will not penetrate and too much water will weaken it and wash away.I googled it a number of times and clos ...

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Adam_W
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March 2018

"I heard on the radio that the sugar cane mulch makes the ground go sour after a while and the go now is bamboo mulch."Personally I've never been a fa ...

Community Manager Jason
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March is the time to plan for spring flowers and vegetables. Give your flowers and vegies the head start they need to have blooming colours and a boun ...

Adam_W
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January

Hey @3ltiffo , I can understand your desire to cover that pebblecrete. Not a fan myself & it can get so slippery.Excellent advice from @TedBear & @Mit ...

TedBear
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December

Hi @3ltiffo , it is possible to lay pavers onto the surface, (pressure clean it first) but you would be best to use an adhesive. A mortar layer that i ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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November

Hi @Noyade Let me tag @Jimi so that they are made aware of your question. I saw those brackets as well and was curious to know how it fits into th ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November

Hi @susieg, I thought I'd pop back in with another suggestion that @Jimi mentioned in their Front landscaping - starting with a blank canvas project ...

Chaks_DIY
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November

That looks terrific! Great job 

Noyade
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November

You have a very nice property. Well done!

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Jimi
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February

@john5 Sorry for my late addition, but I think the design is great for your requirements, and I would also agree that Buffalo is a fantastic choice f ...

Jimi
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January

Hi @JonBee ,Thats correct what @MitchellMc has listed as the stones I had used - Adbri Natural Impressions. They are a fantastic block and easy to wor ...

Jimi
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December

Hi @Adam2 . I would highly advise to attach Fascia brackets like the below. It then attaches to the rafter (also include a rafter stiffner) to get the ...

Jimi
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December

Hi @Noyade, They are Rafter Stiffener Brackets. Basically they cut through the house fascia and connect to the rafters of the house.

Jimi
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November

Completely agree Mitchell, too little water will not penetrate and too much water will weaken it and wash away.I googled it a number of times and clos ...

Jimi
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November

Thanks Mitchell.The Softwoods plans/design were surprisingly very good and I honestly would recommend using them.The modifications to the standard des ...

Jimi
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November

Thanks Mitchell. Yes I did do the crazy paving myself.It wasn't too much trouble keeping the mortar off the face of the slate, when I laid the pavers ...

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