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One Sixty, "The Smoke House", welcomes all for the grand opening of what is set to be a smoking spectacular on Saturday 15th. American style smoke house food with a gastro twist, too many beers on draft to choose from and a great atmosphere.
Pete Lewis (cool designer) wanted a tactile wall covering that oozed "smoke house" and so covered the walls with burnt timber,…Continue
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The maintenance of natural timber.
External wood surfaces are found around the house as decking, wall cladding fencing and often garden furniture
Their maintenance is always a preoccupation for the occupier : To coat or not to coat? We choose not to for the
following reasons :
Coatings do not last, especially the transparent ones damaged by penetrating UV rays. Unless the…
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Timber Deck Boards
All our decking is FSC or PEFC certified; due to our supply chain a branch may stock a mixture of FSC and PEFC deck boards in this size. If you need a specific certification please contact us before ordering.
Pressure Treated Timber
TANALISED pressure treated timber has been impregnated with TANALITH E, a waterborne product based on copper triazole technology. Copper is derived…
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Burnt timber cladding for interior and exterior Shou Sugi Ban Projects.
Samples of burnt timbers for Shou Sugi Ban have been keeping us very busy this year, interior and exterior projects have been going well. From the norm of Cedar we have been providing projects with Hardwood and paying particular attention about the cut of the timber.
Some clients are very specific about the way the timber burns and so we…Continue
Added by Lana Harrison on January 23, 2013 at 19:30 — No Comments
this year we had just a few days of holiday and the start is with some fine ipe logs to be cut:
this one is ready to be converted in some boards for ipe decking
wishing you from the Bolivian jungle…Continue
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Kebony Radiata Certified Hardwood Timber decking FSC, PEFC
Hardwood decking by Kebony in either Radiata Pine or Southern Yellow Pine makes a great deal of sense when choosing the timber for your new hardwood decking project.
Certified by the PEFC, Programme for the endorsement of Forest Certification and FSC, Forestry Stewardship Council; this depends upon the…Continue
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Luxury Decking Brochure
We are very proud to present the best and most complete Exterpark brochure we have ever made.
Featuring 28 pages of stunning pictures of worldwide iconic projects and introducing in one document
the global Exterpark outdoor collection with product ranges to include:…Continue
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The system Speedy Feet for the laying of decking, does not use screws, nails or glue. is composed of a nylon support of parallelepiped shape in the upper part to four fins in the form of 1, the slats properly processed, are resting on the fins, on the slats with the foot pressure is exerted downwards and the stave engages to support. This system significantly reduces installation time.
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