Is timber perfect to use for my deck?

deckThinking of spending the nights alfresco? Sipping cuppas or cold drinks in your backyard? Well, the idea is so inviting but first, you need somewhere to sit. A durable and good looking deck is the perfect option. Your new deck will be a great place to hang out with friends, the children to play or take a 10 minute “me” break, when you need like.

Decking

Your deck is an investment that should be built carefully using only the finest and highest quality materials. In case you haven’t noticed, there are endless choices of materials for your deck making your decking options limitless. Whether you’re are getting ready to start soon or still sketching your deck design, it pays to know what your decking options are.

Timber flooring for your deck

When considering what type of timber to use for your new deck there is no hard and fast rule or one size fits all. Timber floors can make your deck look cosier and guest friendly because of the warmth it gives off, relatively easy to maintain and with a little TLC will last for years.

Hardwood_deckingThere are lots of timber options to choose from so you might get confused as to what timber you will use. You can have Blackbutt, Jarrah, Tuart, Marri  ormany other timber boards for your new deck. Most of these timber woods can withstand the harsh Australian weather so don’t worry about exposing them to the great outdoors. Think about how you want to use your deck and what exposure it will have to the rain being blown in and how much sun will reach your deck, then talk to an expert.

Where to find timber for your deck?

When in Bunbury, choose West Coast Timbers. Our timbers are milleddirectly, and no state forest timber is used. We carry a huge range of timbers to suit your specific requirements. Buy directly from the mill – no middleman so you can save money.

Is timber perfect to use for my deck?

Yes, absolutely! A beautiful deck requires timber flooring! For all your decking materials, contact West Coast Timbers at 08 9720 2561 and let’s talk timber!

 

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