Decking has a tough gig. Not only does it have to withstand spilled drinks, barbeque fat and bad conversation, if it’s not under cover then it also has to endure the extremes of the Australian climate. In order for a deck to perform well and with maximum longevity in both covered and exposed settings, choosing the appropriate species is crucial. For example exposed decking requires a species that is rated as a class 1 or 2 durability timber whereas undercover decking can use a class 2 or 3 durability timber.
We provide a selection of Australia’s finest new and recycled hardwoods in all suitable classes for decking purposes.
We specialise in the supply of recycled Mixed Victorian hardwood decking in sizes 80x26mm and 100x26mm. This product is available in classes 2, 3 and 4 and can be finished as clean dressed or rough sawn with the standard pencil round edging.
See our gallery for a selection of our decking in action. For useful information about class ratings see our resources page or contact us for assistance in selecting the right species for your decking requirements.