All Blog Posts Tagged 'timber' (22)

Large Ipe hardwood timber posts for decking and structural applications.

Exterior Solutions Ltd have available from UK stock huge sections of Ipe hardwood for creating pergolas and large scale timber structures. Perfect for landscapers creating raised decking platforms when the posts are required to match the decking.

Our stock has a mixture of…

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Added by Karl Harrison on May 19, 2014 at 20:30 — No Comments

One Sixty Restaurant opens in Smoke and Mystery... West Hampstead London.

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,…

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Added by Karl Harrison on March 13, 2014 at 9:30 — No Comments

Hardwood flooring inside, Decking outside, supplied in Amersham.

The best choice for hardwood flooring

So what is the best choice for hardwood interior flooring? I guess it has to be based on the colour and grain to start with and then onto the width and length. The most common timber for interior hardwood flooring has to be Oak, don’t let this be a show stopper as there are many others, Ash and Elm for…

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Added by Karl Harrison on February 26, 2014 at 21:30 — No Comments

Keep it grey, natural decking

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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Added by Francois Moal on February 14, 2014 at 11:30 — No Comments

I hate decking…Are you really bothered, it’s only decking!

I hate decking…Are you really bothered, it’s only decking!

The look and feel of you decking from the clients concept and understanding needs to be at the forefront of the design.

Whilst there are many ways to mechanically fix your deck board to the timber frame or substructure; I would be concerned with the best fixing, budget and expected longevity rather…

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Added by Karl Harrison on January 18, 2014 at 23:38 — No Comments

The sharpest decking from Kebony... TOG Japanese knives

So we find ourselves in this blog taking a slice from the ordinary and creating something quite unique. Imagine if you will; a material so simple that has been used for decking for years, a modified timber product that has undergone a process almost unbelievable.

Kebonization, the process from which there…

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Added by Karl Harrison on January 5, 2014 at 22:00 — 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…

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

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…

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

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013 Timber and Decking

I watch the Flower show at Chelsea perhaps all for the wrong reasons, I look for the timber and how it’s designed into the structure of the garden. The quality, the cut, the fixing and the many techniques as to how it is used…

Joe swift ambled through Trailfinders Australian Garden designed by Philip Johnson - what a garden. Chelsea…

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

Hardwood Decking, available from Arnold Laver

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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Added by ARNOLD LAVER on March 19, 2013 at 13:44 — No Comments

Burnt timber cladding for interior and exterior Shou Sugi Ban Projects.

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…

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Added by Lana Harrison on January 23, 2013 at 19:30 — No Comments

starting the new year with some fine ipe hardwood babies

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…

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Added by Harry Montana on January 3, 2013 at 14:32 — No Comments

Kebony Radiata Certified Hardwood Timber decking FSC, PEFC

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…

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Added by Lana Harrison on December 14, 2012 at 16:01 — No Comments

New Exterpark Decking brochure

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:…

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Added by Exterpark on July 3, 2012 at 12:00 — No Comments

Giò Speedy European patented system for the installation of decking Italy

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.


 

For more information click…

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Added by Giovanni Iovene on May 20, 2012 at 11:00 — No Comments

Hybrid Composite Decking ' A Deck to Impress' article from latest issue of Fore and Aft mag.

A DECK TO IMPRESS…

28 FORE & AFT S E P T E M B E R 2 0 1 1 MAY 2 0 1 1 FORE & AFT 25

 



Duraflex have recently installed their new Hybrid decking at two locations in the UK, Glasson Basin Marina in Lancaster and the Parkstone Yacht Club in Poole, Dorset, the latter using local company Vinyl Solutions to

complete the installation.…

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Added by IAN HAYES on November 28, 2011 at 13:00 — No Comments

Exterior Decking Launch Kebony Decking with secret fastening system.



Kebony Decking is a revolutionary product that is now available from Exterior Decking in the UK.

Kebony and Exterpark FSC Hardwood Decking

 

The Kebony decking is profiled by Exterpark and will provide the only invisible fastening…

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Added by Lana Harrison on November 28, 2011 at 11:43 — 2 Comments

Hardwood Timber Cladding Exterpark UK Supplier

Hardwood Timber Cladding by Exterpark



The highest quality hardwood timber cladding is from our Exterpark Range. It has been carefully selected to enhance your high end project guaranteeing exclusivity and durability.



Ipe,…

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Added by Lana Harrison on October 25, 2011 at 16:57 — No Comments

Kurupay Hardwood Exterpark Timber Decking at discounted rates

Exterior Decking are offering Kurupay Hardwood Decking at discounted rates.



(Also known as Curupau, Patagonian Rosewood, Angico Preto, Cebil, Cebil Colorado, Curupay-ata)



We have 500 sq m in stock...when this runs out that will be the end of the discount period.



Kurupay is actually harder and more durable than Ipe, it is even produced with…

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Added by Karl Harrison on October 20, 2011 at 10:26 — No Comments

Channel 5's new TV Show Garden ER

It is often said that when Alan Titchmarsh gets his hands dirty on the TV, gardening experiences a surge in popularity. 10 years after the heyday of Ground Force, the same theory appears to ring true.



After ITV announced that Alan is to…

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Added by Karl Harrison on June 19, 2011 at 22:00 — No Comments

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