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Nothing beats the beauty of Natural Timber decking

Advantages of Hardwood Timber

STRONG AND DURABLE

NATURAL BEAUTY

UNIQUE APPERRANCE

EASY TO MAINTAIN

RENEWABLE RESOURCE

ENERGY EFFICENT

 

Besides the beautiful, natural look and feel of timber decking, natural timber decking is not prone to the expansion that composite decking is. Natural timber decking will usually only expand and contract slightly in width, while composite decking general expands and contracts in both length and width.

*Disclaimer: Color, style and texture in this photograph are indicative only and should not be used for final selection. We encourage you to visit our showrooms and view your product selection in person prior to purchase. Different species of timber decking come in different widths, thickness and lengths.

 

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JARRAH DECKING

 

With an even texture and interlocking grain, a Jarrah deck provides the ideal look for both modern and classic homes and is the perfect choice for large commercial projects.

Jarrah is a high density and extremely hard wearing hardwood, with the heartwood ranging in color from rich reds to browns and the sapwood is a pale orange to yellow. Jarrah’s natural properties includes a high resistance to weather, rot, termites, marine borers and fire. With an even texture and interlocking grain.

Janka Hardness Rating: 8.5

The Janka hardness test measures the hardness of wood. It involves measuring the force required to embed an 11.28mm (0.444in) steel ball into wood to half its diameter.

It is one of the best measures of the ability of a wood species to withstand denting and wear. The higher the Rating, the harder the timber is.

SPECIFICATIONS        Width: 85, 130mm       Thickness: 20mm       Length: Random length

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KAPUR DECKING

 

Kapur is a large South East Asian hardwood, lustrous with sapwood that ranges from almost white to light yellowish-brown in colour, while the heartwood is red to reddish-brown. Kapur is used for general construction as an internal and external finishing material. The timber is also highly prized for external joinery, in particular for door and window sills, as it is resistant to decay when fully exposed to the weather.

Janka Hardness Rating: 5.5

The Janka hardness test measures the hardness of wood. It involves measuring the force required to embed an 11.28mm (0.444in) steel ball into wood to half its diameter.

It is one of the best measures of the ability of a wood species to withstand denting and wear. The higher the Rating, the harder the timber is.

SPECIFICATIONS         Width: 90mm         Thickness: 19mm         Length: Random length

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SPOTTED GUM DECKING

 

Spotted Gum may vary in appearance with the heartwood ranging from light brown through to dark red-brown hues, and the sapwood is usually white to light brown. Spotted Gum is one of Australia’s premium native hardwoods with a striking appearance and high degree of durability and strength, making it an ideal timber for your decking project.

Janka Hardness Rating: 11

The Janka hardness test measures the hardness of wood. It involves measuring the force required to embed an 11.28mm (0.444in) steel ball into wood to half its diameter.

It is one of the best measures of the ability of a wood species to withstand denting and wear. The higher the Rating, the harder the timber is.

SPECIFICATIONS           Width: 86, 136mm           Thickness: 19 mm          Length: Random lengths

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IRONBARK DECKING

 

Ironbark is a premium native hardwood that has been well regarded as a high quality timber in Australia throughout human history. The timber’s appearance ranges from reddish to dark brown heartwood and the grain is usually tight and straight.

Janka Hardness Rating: 14

The Janka hardness test measures the hardness of wood. It involves measuring the force required to embed an 11.28mm (0.444in) steel ball into wood to half its diameter.

It is one of the best measures of the ability of a wood species to withstand denting and wear. The higher the Rating, the harder the timber is.

SPECIFICATIONS           Width: 86, 140mm           Thickness: 19mm, 22 mm          Length: Random lengths

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SILVERTOP ASH DECKING

 

The Silvertop Ash heartwood is brown, sometimes pinkish in colour with a sapwood that is narrow in appearance. Gum veins, markings from pinhole borers and pencil streaks also distinguish the appearance of Silvertop Ash. Providing good fire resistance, Silvertop Ash is mainly used for general construction but is also used in many other applications.

Janka Hardness Rating: 9.5

The Janka hardness test measures the hardness of wood. It involves measuring the force required to embed an 11.28mm (0.444in) steel ball into wood to half its diameter.

It is one of the best measures of the ability of a wood species to withstand denting and wear. The higher the Rating, the harder the timber is.

SPECIFICATIONS           Width: 90, 140mm           Thickness: 22 mm          Length: Random lengths

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MERBAU DECKING

 

Merbau is used for a wide range of applications, in particular, decking. Merbau has a beautiful grain and appearance and is one of the world’s most durable timbers. Merbau is a yellowish-brown or orange-brown when first cut, turning darker with age to a brown or deep reddish-brown. Merbau also has a natural tolerance against insects such as termites.

Janka Hardness Rating: 8.6

The Janka hardness test measures the hardness of wood. It involves measuring the force required to embed an 11.28mm (0.444in) steel ball into wood to half its diameter.

It is one of the best measures of the ability of a wood species to withstand denting and wear. The higher the Rating, the harder the timber is.

SPECIFICATIONS           Width: 90 mm           Thickness: 19 mm          Length: Random lengths

SPECIFICATIONS           Width: 140 mm           Thickness: 22 mm          Length: Random lengths

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BLACKBUTT DECKING

 

Blackbutt is a versatile timber and is used for structural, exterior and interior applications. The heartwood ranges from golden yellow to pale brown, although occasionally a pinkish colour may be present. Resistant to attack by lyctid borer the sapwood is usually much paler in appearance, but not always easy to distinguish. Blackbutt is also known to provide good fire resistance provided the timber thickness is cut greater than 18mm.

Janka Hardness Rating: 9.1

The Janka hardness test measures the hardness of wood. It involves measuring the force required to embed an 11.28mm (0.444in) steel ball into wood to half its diameter.

It is one of the best measures of the ability of a wood species to withstand denting and wear. The higher the Rating, the harder the timber is.

SPECIFICATIONS           Width: 86, 130mm           Thickness: 19 mm          Length: Random lengths

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TREATED PINE DECKING

 

Treated pine is the most cost effective and popular timber option for decking. Pine can be used in all decking and pergola situations provided it is properly treated. It can be stained in a range of colours to provide protection and enhance the natural beauty of the wood.

Janka Hardness Rating: 3.3

The Janka hardness test measures the hardness of wood. It involves measuring the force required to embed an 11.28mm (0.444in) steel ball into wood to half its diameter.

It is one of the best measures of the ability of a wood species to withstand denting and wear. The higher the Rating, the harder the timber is.

SPECIFICATIONS           Width: 90mm           Thickness: 22 mm          Length: Random lengths          H3 Treated

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