Timber Decking

Hardwood timber is widely considered to be one of the most attractive decking options possessing rich warm timber hues. Although initially a more expensive option they are highly durable, strong and naturally resilient to insect damage, mould and rot, making them a long term economical choice. 

All decking types need cleaning regularly to keep them at their best. Treating soft wood and hardwood decking every year or so with a good quality timber finish, such as decking oil or a timber stain will improve the life of your deck.

Merbau, Jarrah, Spotted Gum, Iron Bark, Black Butt, Stringy Bark, River Red, Tallow Wood and softwood Pine Decking.

Softwoods such as pine, are less expensive than composites and hardwoods, but less durable. Because they are easier to work with they take less time to lay and so fitting costs are lower in addition to the cost savings made on materials. Good quality softwood is often chosen for it's bright colour and the fresh feel that it provides, it comes pre-treated for external use and can be stained to your colour choice. 


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