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asifkhawaja
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asifkhawaja
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a month ago

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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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

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

asifkhawaja
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3 replies
December

@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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1 reply
November

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
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2 replies
November

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

asifkhawaja
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28 replies

Recently, I turned my boring ugly backyard into an amazing sitting area using the brand new Ekodeck decking. Here are a few photos of the different st ...

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Carmel99
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a month ago

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

jim1986
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2 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
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December

Nice work...

rattle
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1 reply
December

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

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 ...

fcardenas
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November

Thank you @asifkhawaja & @MitchellMc for the information.. Im currently in the progress and early stages of designing a deck and this is very useful.. ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
November

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @fcardenas. It's great to have you join us and many thanks for your question. Let me mention @asifkhawa ...

fcardenas
New Contributor
2 replies
November

@asifkhawaja Great Job!!! Looks amazing!!! what timber do you use for the framing?

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asifkhawaja
Budding Contributor
a month ago

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
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

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

asifkhawaja
Budding Contributor
3 replies
December

@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

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

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

asifkhawaja
Budding Contributor
28 replies

Recently, I turned my boring ugly backyard into an amazing sitting area using the brand new Ekodeck decking. Here are a few photos of the different st ...

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