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Kalai11
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February

@MitchellMc thank you so very much, missed to mention that we wanted to run the decking perpendicular to the wall yes. Just one thing, so at the "T" i ...

Kalai11
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January

Hi @MitchellMc Just placed the order for timber and the merbau boards. I just wanted to ask how many pedestal feet i will need ? as in how many feet i ...

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January

@MitchellMc This is amazing thank you so very much. I think I am all set for the trip to Bunnings now. Will keep this thread updated as I being work.

Kalai11
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January

@MitchellMc thank you so very much for the reply and the guidance. My apology for the delay, can you please tell me how i would secure the pedestal f ...

Kalai11
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January

 Hi @MitchellMc @Dilanka here is a picture of the area in am planning to deck. The height if from the slab to make it flush with the brick is 165mm. ...

Kalai11
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January

Hi @Jason thank you for the quick reply, being a complete newbie at this DIY stuff, i wanted to know how i should go about setting up the frame since ...

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Hi guys saw a lot of discussion on decking over concrete and also quite many amazing DIY results. Finally got may own place so now I am curious to tr ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

@Kalai11, You can either use a Pryda Joist Hanger Suits 45 x 90mm or screw through the joint with a couple of longer Buildex 10-8 x 100mm Climacoa ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

Hi @Kalai11, Did you decide to run the joists parallel to the wall instead of perpendicular as in your last plan? If you are using the supplied pl ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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6 replies
January

The pedestal feet are designed to sit on top of the concrete @Kalai11. You can glue them down with Selley's liquid nails if you wish. Ekodeck is a ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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8 replies
January

Hi @Kalai11, Once you have removed your decking board thickness of 19mm from the overall 165mm space, you'll be left with 146mm. I'd then suggest ...

Dilanka
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11 replies
January

@Kalai11 Congrats with your new decking project!!I am happy to help from what I learnt from my project. Normally "Double Joist" will be used when pic ...

Community Manager Jason
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January

Thanks for the clarification @Kalai11. Normally @MitchellMc would be on hand to promptly assist but he is taking a well-earned break this week. Th ...

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Kalai11
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5 replies
January

@MitchellMc This is amazing thank you so very much. I think I am all set for the trip to Bunnings now. Will keep this thread updated as I being work.

Kalai11
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7 replies
January

@MitchellMc thank you so very much for the reply and the guidance. My apology for the delay, can you please tell me how i would secure the pedestal f ...

Kalai11
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9 replies
January

 Hi @MitchellMc @Dilanka here is a picture of the area in am planning to deck. The height if from the slab to make it flush with the brick is 165mm. ...

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