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It’s deck building season! Time to get your back yard, front yard, or whatever your outdoor space may be, in shape to enjoy this country’s stunning warm weather. Whether you’re building or maintaining your deck, be sure to check the videos and products on this page to get the best results on your deck.

Products For Every Deck

It’s deck building season! Time to get your back yard, front yard, or whatever your outdoor space may be, in shape to enjoy this country’s stunning warm weather. Whether you’re building or maintaining your deck, be sure to check the videos and products on this page to get the best results on your deck.

Full Deck Build

We range all fastener and hardware products needed for a full deck build, to prove this we supplied all fastener and hardware products for a pool-deck to support concrete-and-soil foundation, elevated framing, deck boards, wall framing, planter boxes, and above/below deck storage. Supporting these great features are our brands:

  • Ramset – foundation and concrete fixings
  • Pryda – foundation and framing
  • Buildex – deck fasteners
  • Zenith – general fasteners and hardware

Full Deck Build

We range all fastener and hardware products needed for a full deck build, to prove this we supplied all fastener and hardware products for a pool-deck to support concrete-and-soil foundation, elevated framing, deck boards, wall framing, planter boxes, and above/below deck storage. Supporting these great features are our brands:

  • Ramset – foundation and concrete fixings
  • Pryda – foundation and framing
  • Buildex – deck fasteners
  • Zenith – general fasteners and hardware

Leader in Door Hardware Research

The Break-In Busters Report 2017 revealed some interesting insights and statistics into Australians’ attitudes towards home security:

  • 94% relied on locks as the primary home security measure, but 35% weren’t actually confident that their locks were reliable.
  • Personal safety was the biggest fear, with 59% worried about the protection of their family in the case of an intruder break-in.
  • Loss of belongings was the second biggest concern, with 19% alarmed about losing possessions and 14% about the inconvenience of replacing stolen items.
  • 39% believed they could do more to better protect their home.
  • 33% thought the best way to protect their home was through visual security props, such as outdoor cameras or signs.

Leader in Door Hardware Research

Installation Instructions

Here are installation instructions for some of the products featured in the deck build video.

Buildex Countersunk Decking Screw

Pryda Full Stirrup Post Anchor

Pryda Framing Bracket

Pryda Timber Connector Screw

Installation Instructions

Here are installation instructions for some of the products featured in the deck build video.

Buildex Countersunk Decking Screw

Pryda Full Stirrup Post Anchor

Pryda Framing Bracket

Pryda Timber Connector Screw

Additional Products

Want to find other ways of laying your deck boards? Perhaps you’ve built your deck and now want to do some landscaping work? Here’s a list of other products which we think you’ll love!

Camo Fastener Hidden Decking System

Buildex Landscaping Screw

Additional Products

Want to find other ways of laying your deck boards? Perhaps you’ve built your deck and now want to do some landscaping work? Here’s a list of other products which we think you’ll love!

Camo Fastener Hidden Decking System

Buildex Landscaping Screw

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Upgrading Security Is Easy

Making a few simple changes can help occupants avoid becoming another crime statistic. And that begins with the most elementary of security practices – locking up.

The best place to start when it comes to improving home security is by upgrading locks. As the ABS reported, 47% of households that experienced an attempted break-in reported damage to or tampering with doors or windows.

A basic deadlock can cost as little as $30 and take just 10 minutes to replace. Deadlocks or deadbolts are a security essential as their flat design means they cannot be gripped or levered open. When selecting a lock, it’s important to consider the product’s design, features and testing standards.

Endeavour to get the fundamentals of home security planning right and always start with quality locks. Ensuring all outside doors and windows are fitted with working locks makes a significant difference to the security of your home. It’s a critical element that should never be overlooked:

  • Fit external doors with deadlocks or deadbolts (but leave the key in the door to allow for escape in an emergency, such as a fire).
  • Install key-operated locks (and consider security grills) on windows.
  • Don’t forget to secure gates, garages, sheds, and even the mail box too.

Of course, not only is installation important, but so is upkeep.

"Locks experience wear and tear, and can become defective over time"

Lane recommends that all locks are replaced every 10 years and that regular maintenance is undertaken to keep them in good working order.

When carrying out checks, you should inspect for:

  • Corrosion or rust (especially around the lock cylinders).
  • Excessive play or movement in the levers or knobs/handles.
  • Sticky latches.
  • Jamming keys.
  • Clicking or interruptions in the operation of the lock.

And in the event that keys are lost, it’s best practice to change the locks altogether.

Naturally, both owner-occupiers and renters are equally concerned about home security. However, there’s confusion for the latter when it comes to what’s actually permitted to do to a rental property. In most cases, it’s the landlord’s responsibility to keep the premise secure. If locks are faulty, tenants should contact their real estate agent or landlord.

You and your loved ones deserve the peace of mind that your property and possessions are properly protected. Make sure home security is a priority. Don’t overlook the basics – upgrade the locks on your home’s doors and windows.

Upgrading Security Is Easy

Making a few simple changes can help occupants avoid becoming another crime statistic. And that begins with the most elementary of security practices – locking up.

The best place to start when it comes to improving home security is by upgrading locks. As the ABS reported, 47% of households that experienced an attempted break-in reported damage to or tampering with doors or windows.

A basic deadlock can cost as little as $30 and take just 10 minutes to replace. Deadlocks or deadbolts are a security essential as their flat design means they cannot be gripped or levered open. When selecting a lock, it’s important to consider the product’s design, features and testing standards.

Endeavour to get the fundamentals of home security planning right and always start with quality locks. Ensuring all outside doors and windows are fitted with working locks makes a significant difference to the security of your home. It’s a critical element that should never be overlooked:

  • Fit external doors with deadlocks or deadbolts (but leave the key in the door to allow for escape in an emergency, such as a fire).
  • Install key-operated locks (and consider security grills) on windows.
  • Don’t forget to secure gates, garages, sheds, and even the mail box too.

Of course, not only is installation important, but so is upkeep.

"Locks experience wear and tear, and can become defective over time"

Lane recommends that all locks are replaced every 10 years and that regular maintenance is undertaken to keep them in good working order.

When carrying out checks, you should inspect for:

  • Corrosion or rust (especially around the lock cylinders).
  • Excessive play or movement in the levers or knobs/handles.
  • Sticky latches.
  • Jamming keys.
  • Clicking or interruptions in the operation of the lock.

And in the event that keys are lost, it’s best practice to change the locks altogether.

Naturally, both owner-occupiers and renters are equally concerned about home security. However, there’s confusion for the latter when it comes to what’s actually permitted to do to a rental property. In most cases, it’s the landlord’s responsibility to keep the premise secure. If locks are faulty, tenants should contact their real estate agent or landlord.

You and your loved ones deserve the peace of mind that your property and possessions are properly protected. Make sure home security is a priority. Don’t overlook the basics – upgrade the locks on your home’s doors and windows.

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