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House-To-Be
Feb 23, 2009 9:12 pm
House-To-Be
House-To-Be
24 February 2009

Concrete Driveway Cost Expectations

Concrete Driveway Cost Expectations
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We're are building in Mill Park Lakes. Also my wife really likes your driveway. may be onto something now :D

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House-To-Be
Feb 24, 2009 8:53 am
davinci
davinci
24 February 2009

Urgent request on concrete driveway

Urgent request on concrete driveway

20mm set down is normal, but on a large incline it may not be needed but it is standard practice coloured concrete has to be sealed, if it is on a steep incline the…

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davinci
Feb 24, 2009 8:02 pm
davinci
DraftsmanSteve
DraftsmanSteve
24 February 2009

Uncontrolled Fill

Uncontrolled Fill

I have sent you an email.

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DraftsmanSteve
Feb 24, 2009 9:45 pm
mgm
mgm
25 February 2009

Concrete driveway contactor in Balwyn

Concrete driveway contactor in Balwyn

Anyone has any recommendations for a driveway contractor for our new house in Balwyn. I am looking for a plain coloured concrete driveway and front path. Best wishes, Malcolm

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mgm
Feb 25, 2009 9:30 am
webbiegareth
webbiegareth
26 February 2009

Is F52 too weak for normal driveway?

Is F52 too weak for normal driveway?

Thanks! Basically I'm going to buy an established home (a cheaper place), and a couple I've looked at so far don't have any form of driveway... with a similar frontage…

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webbiegareth
Feb 26, 2009 1:30 pm
Cozmo
Cozmo
27 February 2009

Exposed aggregate

Exposed aggregate

Hi Jazzy4 and welcome to the forum. Your quote will vary allot depending on the mix you use for the exposed agg. Also you will need to know what you are getting for…

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Cozmo
Feb 27, 2009 7:12 pm
Annietom
Annietom
27 February 2009

Can you get pebble mix put on existing concrete???

Can you get pebble mix put on existing concrete???

ok well, there is a place called www.pebblemix.com.au which shows their colours on offer etc. Apparently you can have someone install it for you straight onto your…

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Annietom
Feb 27, 2009 8:01 pm
Annietom
davinci
davinci
3 March 2009

driveway cracks

driveway cracks

cracks can be filled but you will always see the repair if you have control joints every 1.5 sq mtrs i am assuming you have a paver pattern cut into concrete the…

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davinci
Mar 03, 2009 7:19 pm
davinci
Matrix
Matrix
3 March 2009

Repairing aggregate

Repairing aggregate

Thanks for the quick reply Davinci. We will get on to the driveway guy tomorrow and see if he can do anything, otherwise we'll give it a go ourselves.

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Matrix
Mar 03, 2009 9:37 pm
kikin
kikin
7 March 2009

My very first paving project - completed

My very first paving project - completed

That's really a great job!!! I wish I would be able to work as well as yours!!!

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kikin
Mar 07, 2009 7:25 pm
Jokayne
Jokayne
9 March 2009

Anyway or cheapest way to fix driveway?

Anyway or cheapest way to fix driveway?

hmmmm I dont think so, you mean under the cement? If yes, then no I wouldnt think so it was done not very well and is falling away slightly down a hill, they didnt retain…

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Jokayne
Mar 09, 2009 8:16 pm
jimjam
jimjam
10 March 2009

Claypave

Claypave

flexible paving (sand paving) should have flexible grout ie : gap sand or butt joint clay pavers get hot in the sun, so does cement based…

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jimjam
Mar 10, 2009 12:31 pm
misskittyfantastico
misskittyfantastico
10 March 2009

Advice on Crushed Granite/ Granatic Sand Driveway

Advice on Crushed Granite/ Granatic Sand Driveway

Thank you for you response, Tomking.chen. I am sorry to hear you are dissapointed with the outcome of your path. May I ask what exactly…

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misskittyfantastico
Mar 10, 2009 2:03 pm
misskittyfantastico
eho
eho
10 March 2009

Sandstone pavers for backyard - how thick should it be?

Sandstone pavers for backyard - how thick should it be?

Hi all, I am looking to lay himalayan sandstone pavers around the back of house. It will be light traffic. The pavers will be laid on compacted roadbase and sand. Some…

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eho
Mar 10, 2009 3:36 pm
eho
N!c
N!c
10 March 2009

Cement Mixers

Cement Mixers

This one is the exact size you require and would sure pay itself off in no time if you were to rent…

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N!c
Mar 10, 2009 8:58 pm
rustygirl
rustygirl
11 March 2009

Concrete Path Moulds

Concrete Path Moulds

I want to do a path from the laundry to the washing line. I've got the pavers to do it, but I'd like to do something different. I came across this…

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rustygirl
Mar 11, 2009 8:38 pm
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becagirl
Mar 12, 2009 11:14 am
FireFox
FireFox
13 March 2009

Quote for shed slab

Quote for shed slab

mmm i am going to have to look into that, even if you brace…

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FireFox
Mar 12, 2009 11:28 pm
FireFox
smeagol
smeagol
18 March 2009

Concrete driveway vs Paving Vs Something in the middle

Concrete driveway vs Paving Vs Something in the middle

Hi All, reading the forum looks like its about $3K to do a 40sqm concrete driveway. I have been getting some quotes and i think i can get Daniel Robertson paving for…

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smeagol
Mar 18, 2009 1:19 pm
smeagol
Zerosignal
Zerosignal
27 March 2009

Liquid Limestone

Liquid Limestone

I love the look of liquid limestone but the price kind of hurts at roughly 3 times the price of a concrete driveway in Victoria.

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Zerosignal
Mar 27, 2009 10:59 pm
Zerosignal
Zerosignal
28 March 2009

Outdoor tiles over concrete slab

Outdoor tiles over concrete slab

Davinci what do you think of sandstone for an alfresco area? Still sometime away before we…

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Zerosignal
Mar 27, 2009 11:02 pm
themax
themax
28 March 2009

Driveway placement problem?

Driveway placement problem?

buildingadreamhome, me too... :oops:

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themax
Mar 28, 2009 7:33 pm
themax
dreamerman
dreamerman
30 March 2009

Quick/dirty/cheap base for a BBQ table

Quick/dirty/cheap base for a BBQ table

Hi. I am looking to put a BBQ table (bulk seating with bolted-on seats like those you see in a pub) in my backyard. The right thing to do is to concrete/pave the base but…

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dreamerman
Mar 30, 2009 1:31 pm
Hels
Hels
31 March 2009

PAVING - ON MORTAR OR SAND

PAVING - ON MORTAR OR SAND

Just another thought, why don't you go for a nice stenciled concrete instead, to avoid any of the above problems?

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Hels
Mar 31, 2009 8:01 pm
Hels
Rex
Rex
2 April 2009

Slate Finish Concrete...Anyone???

Slate Finish Concrete...Anyone???

That stuff looks fantastic! Anyone know who does it in Perth?

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Rex
Apr 02, 2009 3:21 pm
onc_artisan
onc_artisan
2 April 2009

Aggregate Paving does not look right?

Aggregate Paving does not look right?

The pink colour is likely "reveal" or 3-5 basically sugar and prolly washed of next day. But these days, you should be getting a good job so show us some pics 8). onc

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onc_artisan
Apr 02, 2009 10:09 pm
onc_artisan
kassan1973
kassan1973
5 April 2009

mpa reduction with colour

mpa reduction with colour

was added at concrete supply yard not house 5 mpa not too bad i thought it might be more . Thankyou

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kassan1973
Apr 05, 2009 7:03 pm
dave-
dave-
6 April 2009

PAVING ON MORTAR OR SAND

PAVING ON MORTAR OR SAND

all paving should be on a reinforced concrete base with mortar and laid with wet bond method ie : base of paver and conc. pasted with cement and…

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dave-
Apr 06, 2009 8:44 pm
kexkez
kexkez
10 April 2009

WA - good place to get well priced paving?

WA - good place to get well priced paving?

davinci well I googled it and it wasn't appearing as a paving supplier the only black swan company I could find apart from the theatre company was a black swan garage…

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kexkez
Apr 10, 2009 6:59 pm
kexkez
davinci
davinci
11 April 2009

RENDERING A RETAINER WALL...WHICH BLOCK TYPE TO USE....????

RENDERING A RETAINER WALL...WHICH BLOCK TYPE TO USE....????

no recon. or natural limestone block is suitable to render the deform bars i spoke about help to prevent the movement of the cement blocks, hence no movement no cracking…

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davinci
Apr 11, 2009 5:51 pm
davinci
Dukekamaya
Dukekamaya
18 April 2009

Retaining wall along fenceline

Retaining wall along fenceline

Assuming the fence is Colorbond or Zincalume sheets (they don't make corrugated iron anymore) you need to make sure no dirt is in contact with them as they will rust. It…

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Dukekamaya
Apr 18, 2009 7:19 pm
Dukekamaya
kassan1973
kassan1973
23 April 2009

Swimming pool

Swimming pool

Thanks , May end up going fglass as they are getting cheaper 7 mtr x 4 mtr kits now around 10 k plus delivery

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kassan1973
Apr 23, 2009 9:50 am
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theconcreteproblem
Apr 23, 2009 2:27 pm
vid
vid
24 April 2009

Sealer or Paving paint

Sealer or Paving paint

I bought a 5 ltr can of Bondcrete a while back and never used it, as we are now building a new house I wondered would there be a benefit to paint this on the garage floor…

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vid
Apr 24, 2009 9:29 am
vid
brittany
brittany
26 April 2009

Need a Quote for a drive way. UPDATED.

Need a Quote for a drive way. UPDATED.

Hi Blessed, These are the people we are using to finish off the outside of our house. Steve Rajkovic - Bobcat Hire - Tight Access Specialists - he is doing our backfill…

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brittany
Apr 26, 2009 7:57 pm
brittany
ChrisL
ChrisL
27 April 2009

recommend a Concretor Adelaide

recommend a Concretor Adelaide

LP&JP Concrete. I haven't used them myself, but someone I know has, and by all accounts they didn't do a bad job. Cost is approx $45/sqm, including plastic and reo. Chris

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ChrisL
Apr 27, 2009 8:05 pm
Southies
Southies
4 May 2009

Exposed Aggregate Driveway Recommendations - Sydney

Exposed Aggregate Driveway Recommendations - Sydney

Good luck - there are a few of us Sydney members who were trying to do the same thing :roll: . Seems this isn't popular in sydney anymore. It seems to be the thing in VIC,…

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Southies
May 04, 2009 6:39 pm
Southies
erinleigh
erinleigh
6 May 2009

My new exposed aggregate driveway & Pergola

My new exposed aggregate driveway & Pergola

We have fixed site costs.. and we need a H class slab.. does that mean we get the alfresco and portico concreted for…

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erinleigh
May 06, 2009 6:11 pm
erinleigh

heres a basic pic this is for hollow besser type block

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davinci
May 13, 2009 6:30 pm
davinci

Corkscrew Driveway

Corkscrew Driveway

the whole drive falls to the bottom left corner.

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The Garden Whisperer
May 18, 2009 7:52 pm
The Garden Whisperer
abrogard
abrogard
20 May 2009

Compacting Fine Soil before Concreting

Compacting Fine Soil before Concreting

OK, I've got the mixer fixed and working, I hope, the test is going to be if it does a job or not. I'll pour this doorstep today. I haven't got any reo for it. Do I…

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abrogard
May 20, 2009 11:56 am
davinci
davinci
23 May 2009

Lights on Driveway

Lights on Driveway

moonbeam garden lights sell the lights in kit form with appropriate sleeves etc for conc. installation app. $80 each

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davinci
May 23, 2009 6:52 am
davinci
Matrix
Matrix
25 May 2009

Should our driveway look like this?!?

Should our driveway look like this?!?
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UPDATE: We ended up paying for plain grey concrete which was essentially the cost of materials with no labour. The chemicals helped a bit and luckily the worst patches are…

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Matrix
May 25, 2009 11:43 pm
Planned LScape
Planned LScape
26 May 2009

when new driveway concrete be ready?

when new driveway concrete be ready?

Most concretors will recommend you stay off with your vehicle for 10 days or so. You can walk on it the next day, but carefully as it can scuff up the surface. Concrete…

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Planned LScape
May 26, 2009 7:50 pm
Planned LScape
Planned LScape
Planned LScape
31 May 2009

Driveway

Driveway

I can recommend RPC Concreting, speak to Ronnie. He does a heap in the north, mostly exposed agg and can also recommend you with addresses of previous jobs he has done.

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Planned LScape
May 31, 2009 11:48 pm
Planned LScape


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