Decking


Decking

Yellow Balau

This specie, imported from the far east and also known as Bangkiria is perhaps the most well known of all the decking species.It has been extensively used in major developments including all the Cape Town Waterfront Decking.Available in 19 x 90mm

Garapa

A South American timber which has gained wide spread accceptence as an alternative to Balau over the past 5 years.Lighter in colour than balau it is also available kiln dried.Available in 19 x 90 and 19 x 140mmIpeThe Rolls Royce of Decking timbers is rated as extremely durable and carries a class A fire rating.Expensive and rare.Available in  19 x 90

Saligna

Locally grown and harvested this light pink timber offers a very good value for moneyAvailable in 21 x 100,140

Massaranduba

A dark red timber imported from Brazil.Is Available with FSC certification but at a price.Available in 19 x 90

Remember a deck is only as good as it’s substructure.We recommend that  Balau or CCA treated 

Pine is used for substructures.Stainless steel screws(preferebly 10 x 50  or 8 x 50) are recommended as fixing agents.