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Solid Timber Decking

Blackbutt
Blackbutt
Jarrah
Jarrah
Karri
Karri
Spotted Gum
Spotted Gum
Yellow Stringybark
Yellow Stringybark
Silverash
Silverash
Blackbutt
Jarrah
Karri
Spotted Gum
Yellow Stringybark
Silverash
Solid Timber Decking

The Flooring HQ proudly supply/distribute Australian grown and cultivated solid timber species that are popuparly utilised as decking.

A hardwood timber deck provides a way to enhance any home, garden, commercial or retail property.

A hardwood timber deck creates a comfortable, attractive and flexible feature that can be added to any kind of flat, sloping, wet or even waterside site.

Solid timber decking are mainly applied below:

  • Domestic outdoor decking
  • Decking can also be used for vertical design elements such as screens, seating, gates and fences.

Native Australian solid timber species are an excellent choice for decking because of their high density, toughness, durability and in some species, fire retardancy – perfect for Australian conditions.

Timber used for decking is rated on a durability scale of 1-4; 1 being the most durable and 4 being the least. The durability scale denotes the timbers’ natural resistance to moisture and attack by decay producing organisms. The scale is based on an “in ground” application and does not take into consideration protecting oils and finishes or differing climatic elements. Most hardwood timbers rate extremely well on the durability scale making a well cared for hardwood timber deck a viable long term option.

For external and exposed applications, Australia has a range of high-density native hardwood timber species with considerable natural fire resistance. These hardwood timber species are sufficiently fire retarding to meet Australian Standard AS3959, and so can be used in bush-fire prone areas without any treatment. Australian timber species that meet this criteria are Blackbutt and Spotted Gum.

The natural appeal and strength of timber continues to make it the ideal choice for decking in commercial, industrial and marine structures, including:

• marinas
• wharves
• bridges
• foot bridges
• loading docks
• commercial/industrial decks and walkways
• grandstands, and
• tourist projects such as observation decks

Solid timber decking are legally logged and sustainably sourced meeting the Australian Forestry Standard  (AS4707-2006).

Domestic application: nailed or screwed directly on to bearers and joists. Fencing nailed or screwed to timber or steel post. All structural must be consulted with engineers or builders regarding design codes and regulations.

Available species in random lengths and widths below:

Blackbutt, Spotted Gum, Ironbark, Jarrah, Karri, Silvertop and Yellow stringybark

*Shiplap cladding is available too*

*sold in lineal metre*

*all images are only an indication of an actual product*

Colour:
  • Silverash
  • Yellow Stringybark
  • Spotted Gum
  • Karri
  • Jarrah
  • Blackbutt
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  • Product Details
  • Technical Specification

Product Details

Wood Floor

*Jarrah Timber*
Jarrah is a hardwood used for both indoor and outdoor applications. For outdoor use jarrah is very often chosen for decking timber by Australian home owners and also Australian businesses such as restaurants and hotels.

The native Australian Jarrah is an environmentally responsible timber to use for two main reasons. It is sustainably harvested in the Western Australian plantations.

Characteristics and Benefits of Jarrah Decking
Hardness
Jarrah has a hardness rating of 8.5. To get an idea of the relativity of hardness, pine (soft timber) has a rating of 3.3 whilst the hardest of all timbers grey ironbark has a rating of 14.0.

Composition
Jarrah timber decking has a good oil level composition. This means that jarrah timber is suitable for sanding and varnishing and providing a great transparent finish.

Colour and Grain
The colour of the native Australian jarrah is a lovely red with shades of brown. Jarrah timber decking has an attractive (even beautiful) grain pattern. Together the lovely colour and grain makes jarrah one of the most popular Australian timbers.

Overtime, the redness of the jarrah timber decking deepens and transpired to a burgundy colour. If left untreated (stain or oil) and aged naturally, the timber will turn grey.

Durability
Jarrah has a class 2 durability rating which means the timber has relatively long expected lifetime usage depending on how its cared and maintained.

Termite Resistance
It is a natural termite resistance.

Rot Resistance
Jarrah decking timbers are naturally rot and decay resistant. This makes jarrah decking an excellent choice for pool decking and fwooden spas and hot tubs.

Fire Resistance
Due to high density of the wood, making Jarrah highly fire retardant

*Blackbutt timber Decking*

Blackbutt decking is a good choice for an outdoor timber deck. The durability and strength of the timber means that your deck will stand the test of time. The attractive colour and pattern of the wood also means a highly attractive deck. The timbers acceptance of stains and varnish too make it a good choice as a deck building material. Blackbutt decking boards if left untreated are also attractive providing a natural, weathered appearance.

Blackbutt timber is fire resistant. One of the top choice for bushfire region.
Blackbutt timber is strong and durable.
Blackbutt decking timbers have very little movement.
Blackbutt wood can also be prone to surface checking if it is not stained or oiled properly.

*Spotted Gum Timber*

Strong and durable, Spotted Gum is a popular Australian hardwood often used in exterior projects such as decking. It’s also commonly used in a variety of structural and internal applications.

Also known as Lemon-scented Gum, Spotted Irongum, Eucalyptus maculata, Corymbia citriodora, Eucalyptus citriodora, Corymbia henryi, and Eucalyptus henryi, Spotted Gum is actually the common name for four species of timber that grow along the east coast of Australia, from the New South Wales/Victoria border to Maryborough in Queensland. It is a very common form of Eucalypt, and one you have likely seen a lot of if you live in Australia.

As decking boards, Spotted gum weighs approximately 1010kg per cubic metre, which gives a good indication of its excellent density. Unseasoned Spotted Gum can expect 0.3%shrinkage when laid, which is a great indicator of its suitability for decking uses as movement and shrinkage are unlikely. In addition, it is naturally termite resistant, as well as very low in tannin compared to other hardwood such as Merbau

Technical Specification

random lengths and widths

25 years Residential Warranty And

Lifetime Structure Warranty