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Old 25-08-2012, 15:42   #16
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Re: Replacment of Teak Decking

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Hey Jim, had the teak decking boys over from Gold Coast today. They templated the entire deck in just 6 hours. I have the templates in the back of my van atm and will send them over to their workshop tomorrow. I was very impressed with their method and can see that the job will be accurate. Havent got firm price yet as the square metrege will be measured as per templates in their workshop. Ball park figure 25k fitted and if I choose 12 mm instead 9mm teak it will be 2k more. Google Timber by design and also go to Facebook! Very impressive stuff.
Boy, you've gotta want teak pretty badly to spend 25K! How does this attach?
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Old 25-08-2012, 18:59   #17
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Same guys from GC! I have their installer working here atm. He started Friday and should be all done by Thursday. It will be all up around 18k but I have done all the stripping of old teak and clean up after. That was a massive job, all up around 80h! With relatively small dollars the boat is like new. Don't really want to think if I get my money back as I wouldn't but there is worse ways spending your cash!
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Btw, it's all relative! Carton of milk seems expensive if one hasn't the money to buy it :-)
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Re: Replacment of Teak Decking

the previous owner had Teak Decking Systems make a deck off a template he made. was 20k delivered and installed...... in 1992!

Pretty though.. and looks as good today as when first installed. Money well spent!




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Wow, That does look super. Something very sexy about those wide hips and trim bottom....
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Re: Replacment of Teak Decking

Beautiful! Gotta ask, though... how old was your old deck? Couldn't have been much more than 10 years or so. What happened to it?
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Beautiful! Gotta ask, though... how old was your old deck? Couldn't have been much more than 10 years or so. What happened to it?
Very good question and you are right on the money, 11 years old. Previous owner used to wash the deck with high pressure water blaster!!!!!! I bite my tongue as he may be here
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