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My spring project. A pool deck for the kids in the garden
Time: 2 Weeks Cost: $600 Difficulty: Medium
Just a mess in the garden
dug out a hole
Set the posts in place and started building
I treated all of the wood and made sure it was all off the ground so hopefully it will last a while
Structure nearly finished
Stained it with Cedar colour oil
Added a seating area
Just need to add water
Added a slide, splash.

Material I used for this project:

  • Scaffold boards
  • Bryan's Workshop
    Bryan's Workshop
    on Jul 25, 2017

    Awesome! It couldn't look any better. I want to come over and do a cannonball!

  • Marta Danuta Sklorz
    Marta Danuta Sklorz
    on Jul 25, 2017

    Great job!!!

  • User
    on Aug 3, 2017

    I'd like the list of materials and how much of everything you needed. 😬😬 this is so awesome! Great job!

    • Andrew Oxton
      Andrew Oxton
      on Aug 3, 2017

      Thanks very much. ok, here goes... 35. 4.2 meter Scaffold boards. 6 2meter 3x3 fence posts. 4 bags of postcrete. 12 heavy duty galvanized 90 degree brackets (for extra strength). A lot of 5 inch galvanized nails. Couple of boxes of 30mm galvanized screws (for the brackets). Two tubs of creocote. Three tubs of decking oil. Sander and lots of sand paper. Circular saw. Spirit level. Pool, pump. Water. Thats it I think...If I think of anything else, Ill let you know.

  • Bonnie Allen
    Bonnie Allen
    on Aug 22, 2017

    Hi, what is you filtering system, sand or cartridge.

    • Andrew Oxton
      Andrew Oxton
      on Aug 22, 2017

      Cartridge. It works well enough, but will be upgrading to a decent sand filter next year, i think.

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