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  • Profile photo of Tony FlemingTony Fleming
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    Hi fellow investors,

                                  I've got a town house and the courtyard pavers are getting a bit old and worn. Just wondering what peoples opinions are for the cheapest and best looking way to spruce it up/add value. I've done a fair bit of tiling before so I'm considering pulling the pavers up and paying for someone to lay the concrete and I'll just tile on top. Any other options anyone could suggest?

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    Profile photo of Tony FlemingTony Fleming
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    Tony Fleming | Triumphant Property Group
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    NSW Buyer's Agent specialising in Western Sydney-Blue Mountains-Orange-Albury

    Profile photo of maree_bradrossmaree_bradross
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    we just freshen up our courtyard – with mirbou decking tiles. Very happy with the result & the cost was excellent. We sourced directly through a vendor on ebay. They went straight over the old pavers

    Profile photo of SamboRobertsSamboRoberts
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    I've done a fair bit of tiling before so I'm considering pulling the pavers up and paying for someone to lay the concrete and I'll just tile on top. Any other options anyone could suggest?

    If you're going to concrete before tiling, why not just skip the tiling and stencil the concrete?

    Profile photo of DWolfeDWolfe
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    Great idea Sambo.

    Iv'e seen a few courtyards where they have decked the entire courtyard from fence to fence. Great if you have uneven levels or not much useable space.

    If its a rental, treated pine with a good stain looks good, or if selling go a hardwood for looks. Depends on what your doing with the property and the target market.

    Cheers

    D

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