LailaOutdoor Retractable Awning: Recommendations for Melbourne
10 August 2012
Check out what companies the awnings are from at your local cafes, they are usually able to withstand weather. Some of them are wind sensitive so will automatically wind…
grom40What type of " flooring" you have under the clothesline?
25 July 2012
Mine's dead weeds/mud at present but I am looking at using some of my left over bricks to do a path to and "paving" around the clothesline. One of the many "round to it"…
delatite13Laserlite. Not allowed with BAL 12.5?
15 July 2012
As above is will burn. However as per their site it is combustible resistant. In the CSIRO site ( http://www.laserlite.com.au/laserliteJu ... raisal.pdf) the way that I…
mgillathe building of my deck ---- not fun any more over it !
4 July 2012
Ive done both, left it to age before coating it and applied a deck coating straight away. The idea in leaving it is for the tennens to bleed out. I'm not sure what affect…
ply-boihow to screw those metal screws through wood 2 post... Fence
25 June 2012
Tek screws ? Just drill them through were u want them , no pre drilling , med to high speed they'll go through the wood like butter and metal should take like 20 to 30…
kekHas anyone built a deck over part of eavesment? Advise?
23 June 2012
You might want to check exactly what's in your easement and where it's sited before doing anything. If anything you construct causes damage to the assets in the easement,…
HuhnessGetting a new pergola...what to do about the gutters???
22 June 2012
You could always have an extra downpipe cut into the exisiting gutter. Unless you already have paving it would be easy to connect that to the…
suspctis decking cheaper than concrete and then tiles on top?
20 June 2012
Ohhh then add concrete for 100mm slab your looking at $45 per meter so to make slab then tile $105-130 per meter pending tile choice so in that case decking would be…
nookzter21Wooden teak or Rattan?
17 June 2012
My first article was on this so I thought I'd share it and hope it can help you See here: http://furniturestoresinmelbourne.com.a ... e-in-mind/ I personally like the…
maxweberLooking for outdoor settings ...
13 June 2012
I had the Mirage Oasis MKII , last Friday sold it on eBay with help of value spotters. http://valuespotters.com.au/your-ebay-s ... r-you.html Just wanted to update…
verukinsGood Neighbour fence - bottom rung full of dirt
5 June 2012
yep - which is why i asked the question in the first place! (ive re-read my original post - im not sure how it could be mis-interpreted) Anyhoo - So assuming drilling…
* jas *Options for clothesline - small backyard
3 May 2012
I would go with the hills 6, even if you had the room for a rotary clothes line you need to make sure you have enough space to hang sheets without them hitting the fence or house.
Mike8136HELP WITH concrete foundation for post
26 April 2012
Mgilla is right with the timber or steel posts, flat bases (or stirrups) packed up with gal washers. Fill the gap underneath with non-shrink grout available from Bunnings…
mgillaHow to build a low deck without ledger boards on house
23 April 2012
I'm doing these little decks at the moment, the joists are secured to the pole plate using battern screws before I bolt the plate to the…
PaulMacHelp needed! Where can i get my Swing seat support fixed
5 April 2012
G'day, I need your help in pointing me to the right store to get my Garden swing seat fixed.It used to have waterproof poly prop cloth covered…