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asifkhawaja
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asifkhawaja
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October

@Reego thanks so much. There is no gap between the joists and the tiles. I fixed the joists directly on the tiles with screws/plugs (example here). I ...

asifkhawaja
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March

Hi @sankhadlt treated pine Framing 70 x 35mm for that concrete area sounds good and yes I fixed them to my alfresco tiles with screws/plugs (example h ...

asifkhawaja
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January

Hi @ichu , sorry could you elaborate what you mean by linings? If you are referring to that black sheet underneath, that is to prevent the weed growth ...

asifkhawaja
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2 replies
January

Thanks @jim1986 . I used treated pine Framing 70 x 35mm and fixed them with screws/plugs (example here). I had to pre-drill holes in tiles for the scr ...

asifkhawaja
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December 2020

thanks @rattle , I love the colour, matches with my over all colour scheme.

asifkhawaja
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3 replies
December 2020

@ongbianca88 I think @MitchellMc has already mentioned the major material that I used. There are lots of other smaller things that you will need like ...

asifkhawaja
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November 2020

Thanks @fcardenas. I used H3 treated Pine 45x140mm as most of it is above the ground. Anything goes under ground, I would use H4 treated.Hope that hel ...

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Ekodeck
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June

Looking good @asifkhawaja !

sankhadlt
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1 reply
March

Hi @asifkhawaja Top notch. You've done a fantastic job. The finish looks very professional. I've got something similar to work with. I want mine to b ...

Carmel99
New Contributor
January

Awesome jobs... the lighting really finishes it off...

jim1986
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4 replies
January

Hi Mate, your finished project looks amazing. Can I ask what you used for framing on the ones sitting on your alfresco tiles? And how you secured them ...

Super66
Experienced Contributor
December

Nice work...

rattle
Super Contributor
1 reply
December 2020

Quality work right there @asifkhawaja. Well done. Big fan of the colour choice too.

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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4 replies
December 2020

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @ongbianca88. It's great to have you join us and many thanks for your questions. I see above that @asif ...

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asifkhawaja
Budding Contributor
March

Hi @sankhadlt treated pine Framing 70 x 35mm for that concrete area sounds good and yes I fixed them to my alfresco tiles with screws/plugs (example h ...

asifkhawaja
Budding Contributor
January

Hi @ichu , sorry could you elaborate what you mean by linings? If you are referring to that black sheet underneath, that is to prevent the weed growth ...

asifkhawaja
Budding Contributor
2 replies
January

Thanks @jim1986 . I used treated pine Framing 70 x 35mm and fixed them with screws/plugs (example here). I had to pre-drill holes in tiles for the scr ...

asifkhawaja
Budding Contributor
December 2020

thanks @rattle , I love the colour, matches with my over all colour scheme.

asifkhawaja
Budding Contributor
3 replies
December 2020

@ongbianca88 I think @MitchellMc has already mentioned the major material that I used. There are lots of other smaller things that you will need like ...

asifkhawaja
Budding Contributor
1 reply
November 2020

Thanks @fcardenas. I used H3 treated Pine 45x140mm as most of it is above the ground. Anything goes under ground, I would use H4 treated.Hope that hel ...

asifkhawaja
Budding Contributor
2 replies
November 2020

Thanks Mitch. Yes this was a DIY project. Never done before so was first for me. Learned heaps. Any questions from members most welcome.

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