November 2013 Blog Posts (5)

Fully sustainable Genuine Mahogany decking program

By now, you know a little bit about our fully sustainable Genuine Mahogany decking program from Fiji. You also know we sell our Mahogany in a Kiln Dried Rough Sawn 4/4 through 12/4 program in Select and #1 cutting grade. Did you know our Genuine Mahogany is being used to build other products as well, such as fencing, Guitars, Doors, windows, outdoor furniture, Etc? All at a fraction of the cost of Mahogany from South America, yet our Genuine Mahogany carries ALL the attributes of…


Added by Chris Olsson-O'Neill on November 26, 2013 at 16:30 — No Comments

Genuine Mahogany makes a comeback as a sustainable decking product!!

Great article published regarding the Durability, sustainability and longevity of plantation grown Genuine Mahogany from Fiji.

Greenworld is our distributor in Toronto. If you wold like to be a distributor, please call or email me.…


Added by Chris Olsson-O'Neill on November 22, 2013 at 22:30 — No Comments

More than just timber in your garden

More than just timber in your garden…

Your fence, cladding, decking, pergola is a living breathing part of your design. Come away from simply using the standards off the shelf. There are far more timbers to choose from and so many techniques to use. Change the colour, scrape, bleach or sandblast are just some of the techniques you could consider to make your…


Added by Karl Harrison on November 20, 2013 at 18:30 — No Comments

Casestudy: The Meydan Hotel, Dubai

Situated a short drive from the international airport, one of the most prestigious hotels in Dubai contends to be the most extravagant. At a cost of USD$2 billion with its own horse racing track, this 5 star hotel boasts all the architecture, amenities and style that is to be expected from the Arab city.…


Added by Timco Wood on November 14, 2013 at 15:49 — 1 Comment

Understanding a decking specification... a contractors point of view

Timber decking, a specification from another world…

“Now, I want a decking board that is durable and very hard, perhaps Ipe. I would like it very light in colour, in fact the colour must homogenous across all boards. It should be 25 mm thick; the width needs to be 225 mm as it will then match the interior flooring. I require the terrace to be completed in 5.1m…


Added by Karl Harrison on November 12, 2013 at 13:00 — No Comments

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