B STARPoor quality decking work by registered builder...HELP
24 January 2014
to lazy to put in a string line, and a bit to happy with countersinking. Also have you look up his registration? Are you sure his has a DB - U and not a DB-M. If he only…
RenovationsGaloreTell me about your bamboo decking! Please...?
20 January 2014
Hi there. I have used the wpc decking and overall very happy with it. Purchased the hollow core material....would recommend you get the solid core. Also make sure the…
freakychickFencing - how not to be *that* neighbour..
2 January 2014
We did do the quote thing and the fencer chosen was the cheapest and oddly enough, the better quality fencer. I'll need to send my husband out to talk to him, if I talk…
SouwsBuilding a sunroom - Completed PICS!!
21 December 2013
Hi Hels, We are thinking to convert our sideyard to a functional sunroom, would you be able to post me some picture on your finished project? Following this thread it…
How Hard Can it BePergola/Deck complete - help with next stage......
4 December 2013
Hi Jericho and Agape HHCiB, I thought I'd chime on on the idea of cutting off rear access for cars. It does seems to be the modern way of living…
haveduckCedar Lining around Alfresco Area - Should I attempt ??
1 December 2013
You can get cedar panelling that allows secret nailing (this is skew nailed inside the joint) try timbeck at bankstown nsw for a quality product.
Saint MikeYet another Decking Question (sorry I am a noob at all this)
8 October 2013
Could you fill under and lay cement ? Then lay tiles or something else on top. You'd need a wall around the fill. Often this is no dearer than wooden decks.
fekishOutdoor sink + barbecue - anyone got suggestions?
27 September 2013
nice! we are still in thought on what to do.. definitely we are having also the provisions! but we are still thinking: shall we do it later - now - mmmmm...
cornellengineersAdvice on Laserlite damage and replacement
16 September 2013
symowalloProblem with finish on our aluminium outdoor setting
3 September 2013
You could reduce the cost by dismantling it yourself. Masking it would be a pain, so pulling it all apart would reduce labour for the powdercoater/painter. If it's not an…
builderforlifePre coloured render and paint or flush brick finish?
30 August 2013
Dont paint if you are going to render later because that adds cost and complications. Why not leave the bricks as is until funds allow for renderering?
clairemumto5Anyone with outdoor room/kitchen or spas? pics pls
28 August 2013
Hey Buffy - we are in stage 20 too school is meant to open in 2015 - which is when kiddo number 4 is due to start prep, which you guys probably know by now...
dreamanRecommendation for decking/veranda build in Sydney
28 August 2013
Hi, I can highly recommend http://www.pmcarpentry.com.au/Default.aspx, Paul did a beautiful job on our merbau steps. Just not sure that area…