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Reply #10 - Sep 14th, 2018 at 11:42am

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You might be able to extend the front facia of the veranda to the fence and put a post right on the fence line  that way the post will be completly out of the way
 
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Gromet wrote on Sep 14th, 2018 at 11:42am:
You might be able to extend the front facia of the veranda to the fence and put a post right on the fence line  that way the post will be completly out of the way


Only issue at the moment is funds. I was pondering leaving a gap behind the barbecue large enough to do that down the track, but then I wouldn't be able to dig in the footing. Another option is to make the area L shaped, along the fence, then cut inside the pole onto the verandah/alfresco area.
I want to lay the concrete pad next week, will I need blue metal in the mix or would brickies sand be ok? I haven't worked with cement in about 15 years and I've forgotten what I used to shovel into the mixer
 
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First load of bricks picked up today. An old friend of mine has a bobcat and truck business so scored all these for free to save him landfill costs. Bit of work required cleaning them up, but can't complain about the price Smiley
 
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