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10 months10 monthsLN28LN28 posted:
Before and after - new shelter in backyard!

Look great!

10 months10 monthsLN28LN28 posted:
has anyone used walpamur fence paint?

Yes I have used it without any issues.
I purchased a cheap Ozito spray gun which made it a million times quicker.
Just water it down to their specs so you don't…

10 months10 monthsLN28LN28 posted:
Decking and landscaping - registered builder?

I would avoid anyone without a license.
There isn't any recourse if anything goes wrong!

10 months10 monthsLN28LN28 posted:
Downlights and Fan for Versiclad Insulated pergola

We have downlights in our insulated roof and they hardwire them in (cut off the standard power cord) as the have the transformer in the back of the light.
We also…

10 months10 monthsLN28LN28 posted:
Colorbond vs Insulated pergola roofing

I would be going with insulated roof.
The single skin patio roof is too hot in summer as you only have thin steel stopping the radiant heat from coming through.
Regardless…

2 years2 yearsLN28LN28 posted:
Deck Construction - Allowing for future Pergola construction

Hi,
If you are building the deck first generally run the posts up for the patio and incorporate these as part of the deck.
It will all depend on a couple…

2 years2 yearsLN28LN28 posted:
Patio questions

Hi, There are a couple of options to tackle this and each has its pros and Cons. It all depends on your situation and if you are willing to forego…

5 years5 yearsLN28LN28 posted:
Carport roof: Colorbond or Aluminium

Steel is the standard and most cost effective.
Stratco has the biggest range around

5 years5 yearsLN28LN28 posted:
Insulated roof

Best patio roof by Far.
It looks like an extension of the home and has a ceiling appearance.
You can dress it up with Downlights or with a specific beam and post
Check…

5 years5 yearsLN28LN28 posted:
Insulated roof

Best patio roof by Far.
It looks like an extension of the home and has a ceiling appearance.
You can dress it up with Downlights or with a specific beam and post

5 years5 yearsLN28LN28 posted:
Deck Roofing Extension

I would build another brick pier to match the others and then use something like Stratco Cooldek as the roof to get a ceiling like finish.

5 years5 yearsLN28LN28 posted:
Colorbond Fence Costs

Yep sounds about right

5 years5 yearsLN28LN28 posted:
Stratco or Shademaster?

Stratco by far.
More comprehensive system, better engineering, better warranty and been in business for 50+ years!

5 years5 yearsLN28LN28 posted:
Another Verandah question - quotes + drainage (roof slope)

The person who suggested the first option has no idea and would lead to a visual bad and hydraulically bad design.
The suggested Stratco method is exactly right.
I would stay well…

5 years5 yearsLN28LN28 posted:
Alfresco - Retractable louvre roof ('vergola') Vs Skylight?

Flyovers like the ones here http://www.instylepatios.com.au/flyover-or-raised.html won't maximise the light but will give good ventilation.
Have you considered the Stratco Sunroof like the one here

5 years5 yearsLN28LN28 posted:
Aluminium posts set in concrete

Most patio builders will put a bag over the end of the posts to insulate the post from direct contact with Aluminium.
The suggestion they have made is perfectly ok but…

5 years5 yearsLN28LN28 posted:
Flat/Gable Verandah roofing and guttering

Rear infill options are usually:
- Polycarb sheeting horizontally in Corro
- Twinwall Polycarb
- FC sheeting
The first 2 are the best due to light transmission with the CGI polycarb being the…

5 years5 yearsLN28LN28 posted:
Shed colour. Please Help

The most popular colours that are unobtrusive, contemporary and do not date in sheds are Off White, Shale Grey, Woodland Grey based on sales data

5 years5 yearsLN28LN28 posted:
Curious About Fencing

Your local council website normally has a way to approach these situations

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