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oninpena
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Tuesday

thanks @MitchellMc , that's what I'll do then.

oninpena
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Tuesday

@MitchellMc the height is more than 114 mm. the issue will be at the base where the timber rests on the footing like below. Can I do the below by ad ...

oninpena
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Tuesday

@MitchellMcthe below illustrates what I plan on doing for the boards, there will be two end boards. I had to change the design to reduce wastage of t ...

oninpena
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Tuesday

Thanks @MitchellMc . I'll put them back to the last timber like below, the second to last joist should be ok without supports right?

oninpena
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Tuesday

Hi @EricL , overhang would be at 284mm.Also, what size screws can I use to fix the timber to the pedestal feet?

oninpena
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Monday

@MitchellMcgot another question. So I'm going to add more supports on the part of the deck over the soil using the builder's edge bigfoot. Is the bel ...

oninpena
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Monday

Thanks @MitchellMc !

oninpena
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Monday

hi @MitchellMc . i'm finally able to start on this project. got another question. because of the slope of the concrete, there is now a clearance of ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Tuesday

You could run another full length of timber there @oninpena. Just screw two lengths of timber together and place them on the pedestals. Screw the clos ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Tuesday

What will be the height at the end of the deck from the top of the joist to the ground @oninpena? Is it higher than 114mm? 114mm is the length your fa ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Tuesday

You're now doing a combination of the two, and it doesn't appear to be solving the underlying issue that you are leaving areas unsupported @oninpena. ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Tuesday

A counter-levered section of 284mm sounds like it would be fine @oninpena. However, if you're looking for exact building code regulations, I don't bel ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Monday

Hi @oninpena How much of an overhang are we looking at? Please measure from the middle of the foot to the outside of the overhang? Once you give u ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Monday

You could use larger brackets, or you might like to swap to Builders Edge 70 - 170mm Bigfoot Xl Pedestal Feet as it's starting to get relatively high ...

Aurel
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3 weeks ago

Thanks @EricL and @oninpena . I will check the 2 platform out. I have been able to gather a lot of information from this thread and other conversatio ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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3 weeks ago

Hello @Aurel Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. Thank you so much for joining the converstation. I believe @oninpena referred to this ...

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oninpena
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Tuesday

thanks @MitchellMc , that's what I'll do then.

oninpena
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Tuesday

@MitchellMc the height is more than 114 mm. the issue will be at the base where the timber rests on the footing like below. Can I do the below by ad ...

oninpena
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Monday

Thanks @MitchellMc !

oninpena
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Monday

hi @MitchellMc . i'm finally able to start on this project. got another question. because of the slope of the concrete, there is now a clearance of ...

oninpena
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3 weeks ago

thanks @Aurel ! yes, @EricL is correct, I used floorplanner.com. It's not the best, but it was enough for me. You can also try using https://www.bloc ...

oninpena
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a month ago

Thanks again for the responses @EricL and @MitchellMc , really helpful! I'm hoping to start within the next few days.

oninpena
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a month ago

Hello again @EricL and @MitchellMc , Just a few more questions before I go and buy all the stuff I need:1. For the angle brackets, what screws can I ...

oninpena
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a month ago

Thanks @EricL ! Yeah, can't wait to start on it too, just need to double check my measurements and check that I've got every little detail that I nee ...

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