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4 weeks ago

Thanks @Dave-1

Alan__
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a month ago

Thanks @MitchellMc , Expanding foam is what I was thinking as well. Thanks for the confirmation.

Alan__
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a month ago

Hi @Dave-1 , Please see pics below:Thanks.

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Hi @EricL , I have attached photos as requested. I hope these help. Appreciate any guidance.

Alan__
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a month ago

Thanks @EricL , I wasn't sure if that gap filler would fill those bigger gaps but it worked perfectly. Could I also ask what would be an appropriate p ...

Alan__
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Hello, What would be the best products to use to fill the gaps in the attached photos? Obviously outdoor products required. Any assistance apprec ...

Alan__
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April

Thanks for the reply @EricL. Appreciated. They may have been basic questions but best to use the right materials from the start

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April

Thanks @Jason , Very helpful. I plan on using a mix of paver sizes varying from approx 500mm to 1200mm so may need to mortar some and not others. Wou ...

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Dave-1
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a month ago

Evening @Alan__ Thanks for the photos At least it looks like the gap is covered so water doesn't travel down the middle I was a little worried about ...

Community Manager Jason
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April

No questions are too basic or simple @Alan__. Feel free to post whenever you need a hand. We're here to help. Looking forward to you sharing the end ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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April

Hi @Alan__ Thanks for sharing your question about laying blue pavers. The Brunnings 20kg Landscape Paver Sand should work very nicely with the pave ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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April

Hi @Alan__, I completed a similar project using 30mm Bluestone rounds a few years back. The rounds I used were as long as 800mm so they were cer ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
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January 2023

Hi @Alan__, So our members can better understand your project, can you please confirm that you want to use an existing tap and run water from its sp ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
February 2022

@Alan__, @robchin's comment about not being able to get the mower in there made me think. What about a grass (Lily family) that is shade tolerant th ...

robchin
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February 2022

Hi @Alan__ Good luck with your landscaping project. As @MitchellMc and @EricL have suggested - growing grass in an area like this will always be a cha ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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January 2022

Hi @Alan__ I suggest having a look at this discussion - Landscaping front yard by @WoodenGregsWood. The principles applied to the transformation of ...

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Alan__
Building a Reputation
4 weeks ago

Thanks @Dave-1

Alan__
Building a Reputation
a month ago

Thanks @MitchellMc , Expanding foam is what I was thinking as well. Thanks for the confirmation.

Alan__
Building a Reputation
2 replies
a month ago

Hi @Dave-1 , Please see pics below:Thanks.

Alan__
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6 replies
a month ago

Hi @EricL , I have attached photos as requested. I hope these help. Appreciate any guidance.

Alan__
Building a Reputation
8 replies
a month ago

Thanks @EricL , I wasn't sure if that gap filler would fill those bigger gaps but it worked perfectly. Could I also ask what would be an appropriate p ...

Alan__
Building a Reputation
10 replies

Hello, What would be the best products to use to fill the gaps in the attached photos? Obviously outdoor products required. Any assistance apprec ...

Alan__
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1 reply
April

Thanks for the reply @EricL. Appreciated. They may have been basic questions but best to use the right materials from the start

Alan__
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3 replies
April

Thanks @Jason , Very helpful. I plan on using a mix of paver sizes varying from approx 500mm to 1200mm so may need to mortar some and not others. Wou ...

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