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AJ-DIYer
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Tuesday

Hi @EricL What drill bit size should I get to pre drill the panel frame?

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Hi I'm planning to lay stone paver in a square area similar to the photo below. Some questions: Whay sort of paver type is this exactly? Stone, proce ...

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Monday

Thanks @EricL !

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Friday

@EricL Is 70-x-35mm timbre piece for the frame over the fence good size?Also do I need just screw through the frame of the screen into the screen and ...

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Friday

Thanks @EricL and @Jewelleryrescue for the great suggestions.

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Friday

Thanks @EricL What screws can I use to attach them to the timbre frame?

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Friday

Thanks @MitchellMc Can you help me understand how to use the mending plates to join the panels together on the remaining middle pieces?

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Friday

Thank you @EricL Which mesh panel do I need to get for such a design? The one without the frame or with the frame? This here Or this one ?

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Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Tuesday

Hello @AJ-DIYer The paver looks like the Tuscan Path 600 x 400 x 20mm Sand Porcelain Paver. There are a number of pavers close to the size that I'v ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Monday

Hello @AJ-DIYer The 70x35 is a good timber size to hold the Matrix panels in place. I recommend drilling pilot holes through the frame and the pane ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Friday

Hi @AJ-DIYer I also suggest looking at using a Trojan 300mm Mini Hack Saw as a possible option in cutting the adhesive between the cinderblocks. ...

Jewelleryrescue
Kind of a Big Deal
a week ago

Hi @AJ-DIYer In addition you night have limited space and angles to use a full saw so a panel saw might siut your purpose better given some of the ...

Community Manager Jason
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a week ago

Sorry @AJ-DIYer, but Mitch has had to unexpectedly take some time off. Let me tag @Jewelleryrescue for his thoughts. As per my previous message, ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

Hi @AJ-DIYer, I'd recommend using these Pryda 450x90mm M10 Full Stirrup Post Anchors and having the entire leg concreted in the ground with only the ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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2 weeks ago

Hi @AJ-DIYer It's great that you've received excellent advice from @jzubrinich. Just to add to the suggestions made, I recommend visiting your loca ...

jzubrinich
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2 weeks ago

Hi @AJ-DIYer, Hmmm, that's odd. It may be because I'm in QLD and the supplier is different in your part of the country. If you go to the Bunnings webs ...

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Monday

Thanks @EricL !

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Thanks @EricL and @Jewelleryrescue for the great suggestions.

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Thanks @Jewelleryrescue So say I run one timbre piece at the bottom between both ends of the deck screwed to the deck joists under. Then run another o ...

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a week ago

Thanks alot @EricL I have attached a photo of my deck which is against the fence. The ground is sloped and I'm hoping to add a bit of privacy especial ...

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January 2023

Thanks @MitchellMc I think I might go with the stud and gybrock option as it seems less expensive and work required. Any guidance that you can provide ...

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December 2022

Thanks @MitchellMc There are a few types of Besser blocks, which one would you recommend?

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December 2022

Thank you, please find below a photo of the alfresco side that needs to be closed off. I will consider the options you shared. 

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December 2022

Thanks for the information. Very helpful, it was just out of a curiosity. We are trying to add other landscaping ideas to make the deck look better.

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