Less deck, more garden! Cutting the deck in half to create more yard space. We really only use that half anyway, the other half we only walk on to get to the other side of the house, looking over the neighbour's fence as we get closer to the edge of the deck. This is the fence we planted the 3 small olive trees against for privacy. We'll reuse the deck wood somewhere.
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We are stoked to finally get our hands on this flashing tape from @gtapeaustralia.
This product is a massive improvement from the standard rubber gasket products that we've used in the past.
It prevents water being held between the timber joist and decking boards, which starts the process of timber rot. Also it self seals around screw/nail holes to protect the frame for the life of the build.
Three reasons our cream two-course bricks are so popular: they're stylish, they're modern, and they're available all year round. ✔️ Shown here is our gorgeous Whitecliffe, which looks stunning juxtaposed with warm timber features.
Before and after - deck sanded back to bare with 40grit, followed by a sand with 80grit abrasive - then three coats of #sikkens HLSe 006 Light Oak for a beautiful natural finish. How good does it look?