Current Timbers Stocked

Christchurch Carterton Auckland

Sawn Stocks

 

Western Red Cedar

American White Oak

Australian Oak

Radiata Pine

European White Oak

 Western Red  Cedar

Yellow Cedar

Radiata Pine

Jarrah

Kwila

Malaysian Kauri

American White Ash

American White Oak

American Hard Maple

American Black Walnut

American Cherry

Australian Oak

Australian Blackwood

European Beech

European White Oak

Pilularis

Iroko

Saligna

Decking

Kwila

Australian Blackbutt

Kwila

Australian Blackbutt

Kwila

Accoya

Vitex

Saligna

Horizontal Weatherboards

Western Red Cedar  

Western Red Cedar

Radiata Pine

Vertical Weatherboards

 Western Red Cedar
   Western Red Cedar
 

D4s/modules

Western Red Cedar

Kwila

 

Western Red Cedar

Kwila

Radiata Pine

 

T&G Flooring

   

American White Oak

American Hard Maple

Kwila

Jarrah

Australian Oak

Last Updated: Nov 2016

Jarrah Hardwood Decking

A very durable and hard wearing species, Jarrah is a popular choice for exterior decking.

Jarrah ranges in colour from light to dark reddish brown and has a durable course texture.

We strongly recommend coating Jarrah as it reduces shrinkage & swelling.

Jarrah Hardwood Decking 90 x 19

Species: Jarrah

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There are no CAD drawings for this product.

Installation

For the correct installation of Timspec decking profles, please refer to the Timspec hardwood Decking Installation Manual from our installation section on the downloads page

Coating

Although not very common in New Zealand, coating your deck will extend its life. We recommend a minimum of one coat of a suitable exterior timber decking coating or oil be applied to all four sides plus cut ends of the decking prior to installation. Some species can be factory coated prior to delivery.

Maintenance

Cleaning

Annually cleaning your deck will help prolong its life, a light detergent that contains an anti-fungal agent is best. Avoid using high pressure waterblasters or harsh chemicals.

Recoating

Any coating or oil applied may require subsequent recoating. Refer to coating manufactures maintenance schedule.

Winter

Removing any items that will trap water underneath them (furniture, pot plants, etc.) for the duration of winter will extend the life of your deck and help keep it looking great.



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