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Jithesh
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Jithesh
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April

Hi @aiden I have used H3 treated pine over the concrete as joists and attached to the concrete with L angle brackets as @MitchellMc mentioned already ...

Jithesh
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April

@karim - Sorry for the late response. I have built just over the concrete. My concrete ends 20cm off fence and so is my deck. It is flush on level ne ...

Jithesh
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1 reply
December

Thanks @Ari . Glad that I that you found my post useful. Good luck on your project.

Jithesh
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7 replies
November

Finally the deck is ready!!! It took 3 full weekends to complete it. Can't be more happier with the outcome. Now on to oiling part. Question: Do I nee ...

Jithesh
Junior Contributor
9 replies
November

Hi @MitchellMc . I have started the working on the frame and here is the progress photos. Will continue on the frame over weekend and hoping that the ...

Jithesh
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15 replies
November

Thanks @Brad and @MitchellMc . Goong with your advice, I have decided to dynabolt the frame down to concrete. What dynabolt can I use with carinya-he ...

Jithesh
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18 replies
October

Thanks for your reply @MitchellMc . It makes lot of sense now. I have couple more queries before I finalise the plan & head over to Bunnings.Is flashi ...

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Ari
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December

@Jithesh Thanks for sharing your plans and photos. Your deck looks great. I'm working up the courage to build a 5.7 x 5.2m low level deck over unev ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November

Hi @Jithesh, That looks amazing! You should be very proud of your efforts. For a new deck, you'll need to use the Intergrain UltraPrep Tannin And ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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25 replies
October

@Jithesh, 90 x 45 treated pine is fine for the joists and bearers. In this low-level deck, you are not using the bearers in the traditional sense of ...

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Jithesh
Junior Contributor
April

Hi @aiden I have used H3 treated pine over the concrete as joists and attached to the concrete with L angle brackets as @MitchellMc mentioned already ...

Jithesh
Junior Contributor
April

@karim - Sorry for the late response. I have built just over the concrete. My concrete ends 20cm off fence and so is my deck. It is flush on level ne ...

Jithesh
Junior Contributor
1 reply
December

Thanks @Ari . Glad that I that you found my post useful. Good luck on your project.

Jithesh
Junior Contributor
7 replies
November

Finally the deck is ready!!! It took 3 full weekends to complete it. Can't be more happier with the outcome. Now on to oiling part. Question: Do I nee ...

Jithesh
Junior Contributor
9 replies
November

Hi @MitchellMc . I have started the working on the frame and here is the progress photos. Will continue on the frame over weekend and hoping that the ...

Jithesh
Junior Contributor
15 replies
November

Thanks @Brad and @MitchellMc . Goong with your advice, I have decided to dynabolt the frame down to concrete. What dynabolt can I use with carinya-he ...

Jithesh
Junior Contributor
22 replies
October

Thanks @Jason . Few more questions regarding tools & materials:I will be buying this Ozito drill & driver set, and to use this to drive the timber-co ...

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