Added by Karl Harrison on December 7, 2013 at 20:56 — No Comments
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 timber stand out as a unique and special feature of your project. Some of these techniques will enhance the…Continue
Added by Karl Harrison on November 20, 2013 at 18:31 — No Comments
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 single length pieces and the project is for 150 square metres. If we can have a side fixed system as I don’t want to…Continue
Added by Karl Harrison on November 12, 2013 at 13:25 — No Comments
Millboard composite decking is certainly a great choice for the better quality decking, Lastane coated, durable and colour fast. Nonslip is certainly a factor when choosing the right composite and Millboard is a…Continue
Added by Karl Harrison on October 13, 2013 at 20:11 — No Comments
Added by Karl Harrison on April 21, 2013 at 10:00 — No Comments
Hey, we we recently asked to provide samples of all of our lightest shade hardwood decking timbers...
Can you guess what they are...
Ipe, Massaranduba, Teak, Doussie, Wenge, Afromosa, Idigbo, Tali, Elondo, Taperyba, Cumaru, Balau…Continue
Added by Karl Harrison on April 18, 2013 at 8:00 — No Comments
Ipe is a beautiful timber and from time to time we get sent images asking questions pertaining to the quality and asked the question "Is this acceptable"
The grading quality of timber refers to the raw timber and the qualities of the timber not the quality of the mill that has processed it.…Continue
Smoky Bay Jetty Decking
The early settlers to the…
Added by Karl Harrison on December 7, 2010 at 7:30 — No Comments