So it’s finally time to get a new solid deck! If you’re thinking about your next outdoor project, give us a call on 1800 HARDWOOD.
Timber flooring is not something you want to have issues with. So, let’s get the supply correct from the start and avoid a horror story!
We can make sure you understand exactly what you are buying and ensure it suits your needs. Let’s make your new deck AMAZING!
You have looked at merbau and pine from your local hardware store and neither make you smile? Pine is cheap and won’t last yet the merbau is going to bleed all over your beautiful paved area and you don’t like that’s its being cut out of forests unsustainably?
WE HEAR YOU CLEARLY! We can help you with this!
We have some great options and we are sure you will love them! There will be something you love! Each has a colour and grain of its own which will last a life time if you look after it as they require.
Do you want a blonde deck? Black Butt and Stringybark are great choices! Is natural browns and greys more your thing? Spotted Gum is always Beautiful!
If you love reds you cannot beat Cumaru, Jarrah or Karri from Western Australia!
Are you building an outdoor area and would like to build the alfresco and deck out of the same product? We also supply Cumaru which is imported from Peru and is FSC certified!
Cumaru is available in decking, posts, beams plus much more. With a jenka rating of 14.8, it’s hard to beat for your next project.
We have decking species available in a range of sizes and grades.
Blackbutt is a species that grows in abundance in the coastal forests in New South Wales and southern Queensland. The common name is derived from the distinctive black, charcoal look that is only on the base of the trunk.
Ironbark offers a large variety of colour from dark chocolate to nutty honey with some dark reddish brown. Ironbark has an interesting tight cathedral grain pattern.
Spotted Gum is a rich individual timber, desired by Architects and Designers the world over, particularly for its striking backsawn grain structure.
Silvertop is a warm honey colour timber that is ideally suit for flooring. Being a contemporary neutral colour, Silvertop matches well with a large variety of modern interior decors.
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