Decking and Screening
Treated Pine reeded decking
Treated Pine Decking is a softwood timber, treated with Micropro® to protect against termites, borers and fungal and H3 for exterior above ground use. It is suitable for painting or staining to match any colour scheme and ideal for decking, fencing or screening.
Merbau Decking Reeded and laminated – pre-oiled Merbau Deckstar
Merbau decking is a plantation timber native to Indonesia. It is highly durable, rich in brown and reddish colours, with a very consistent grain. It has been a very popular choice for hardwood decking for several years, with its proven durability and quality.
Dressed all round Spotted Gum Decking
Spotted Gum is an Australian native hardwood species of timber, grown on the east coast of NSW and QLD. It is known for its strength, durability, density and beautiful contrast in colours, from pale brown, dark chocolate, deep red brown to light brown, all in one length of decking. It has a coarse texture with a wavy grain. Spotted Gum is a Class 2 timber, allowing it to be used in a below ground application, indicating its strength and durability and effectiveness from the elements.
Cypress / Cyberdeck
Dressed all round Cypress Pine decking and reeded Cyberdeck
Cypress Decking is a firm and highly durable timber being a Class 1. The colour is a natural Blonde – Yellow colour with very distinctive “knots and feature”. Cypress Decking is termite resistant and is a popular choice as a decking product due to its ease of use compared with some of the dense hardwoods.
Dressed all round Jarrah decking
Jarrah decking is a native Australian hardwood species grown in the iron and aluminium-rich soils of Western Australia. It is well known for its rich brown and red colours, as well as its strength and durability. Its grain is moderately course and even textured, with occasional gum vein pockets, creating a perfect feature to your deck.
Dressed all round Blackbutt decking
Blackbutt decking is an Australian native hardwood species of timber grown along the NSW south coast all the way up to southeast QLD. Blackbutt typically has an even colour, even texture and even grain, which can sometimes interlock. It is known for its strength and durability, making it a great option for your deck.
Dressed all round Grey Box decking
Grey Box is the perfect choice when selecting a Hardwood deck that you need to last. With its unbelievably high natural durability and its super hard density, Grey Box is suited to all the harsh conditions that the Australian environment can throw at it.
Silver Top Ash
Dressed all round Silver Top Ash decking
Silvertop ash, or sometimes named “coast ash” due to its occurrence to grow along the coast of the south-eastern areas of Australia, is a moderately durable and relatively light hardwood compared to other eucalyptus like spotted gum and ironbark. The timber has a medium texture with a straight grain, also showing noticeable growth rings. The timber also often comes with natural features including gum veins and ambrosia, giving the timber a unique look. Silvertop ash is readily available through the eastern states of Australia, with its main source being from native forests, with some trees being grown internationally, in New Zealand plantations.
Dressed all round Iron Bark decking
The common name “Ironbark” comes from the trees tendency to not shed its bark annually like many other eucalyptus, resulting in an accumulation of dead bark. This layer of bark protects the living tissue inside the tree from fires, and with a silvery-grey colour looks quite similar to iron metal and hence the name. Ironbark is usually seen growing, in both native forests and plantations, in the western area of NSW up to southern QLD, with some trees growing in northern VIC. Ironbark has a very high natural resistance to rot due to chemistry of the tree which helps fight off fungus. The heartwood has a deep red colour which is a great contrast to the pale yellow sapwood. Both heartwood and sapwood are often seen together in decking boards. Ironbark timber has an interlocked grain with a fine texture. Ironbark’s popularity is ever increasing with more and more homes using the timber for decks, landscaping and cladding due to its high durability and fire resistance.
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