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October

Thanks Mitchell, The 140 is seeming more attractive (Lesser number of boards to use as well) 1. Thickness... 19 or move up to 22?2. Decking Screws ... ...

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October

In the above plan, the proposed decking is for a 4.2m x 3.0m decking over a concrete slab. Slight changes to the drawing, the joists will be 90x45 in ...

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October

Hi Mitchell, Attaching joists:1. Using a Galvanised angle and dynabolting that and then screwing that to the joists? OR Dynabolting through the joists ...

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October

Hi Mitchell, Will switch to 90x45 - easy The far right & the bottom (along the posts) bearers, i can easily fix them 90 high x 45 wide as they will b ...

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October

Hi Mitchell, Thanks for your reply. 1. Shims is a good idea, I will certainly use that.Cant believe i didn't think of that earlier !!!2. I am a bit co ...

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First time post'er. Looking at installing a timber decking (90x19) on a concrete patio (red dotted line). The Concrete Slab also has ceramic tiles on ...

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October

@sverma, 19mm decking is adequate and I can't see any significant advantages of stepping up to 22mm. The larger the gauge of decking screw the mor ...

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October

Hi Mitchell, Will switch to 90x45 - easy The far right & the bottom (along the posts) bearers, i can easily fix them 90 high x 45 wide as they will b ...

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