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Hardwood Screening

Hardwood Screening is often used to create a natural and stylish outdoor environment for your home.

Hardwood Screening can be used for a variety of applications. They are an effective and elegant way to add privacy to the entrance of your home, enclose balconies, patios or to screen eyesore areas such as garbage bins or air conditioning units.

Hardwood Screening can be as versatile as you want from horizontal, vertical and angles to screening that is painted, stained or left as is, depending on the look you want to create.

The potential of Hardwood Screening to fulfil any aspect of architectural or landscape design is limited only by imagination.

Hardwood Screening

Species

We stock a variety of species for decking including Australian and imported Hardwoods. Some of the species of Hardwood Screening we stock include:

Species Characteristics *Properties
Spotted Gum
Australian Hardwood

Light to Medium Brown Intricate grains Hardness: Very Hard (Janka Rating: 11)
Termite Resistance: Resistant - 2
Durability ground contact:: Class 2
Ironbark
Australian Hardwood
Dark Brown or Dark Red (Red Ironbark) Pale to Dark Brown with some Red
(Grey Ironbark)
Hardness: Very Hard (Janka Rating: 14)
Termite Resistance: Resistant - 2
Durability ground contact: 1
Blackbutt
(Northern NSW) Australian Hardwood
Blonde to Light Brown Hardness: Hard (Janka Rating: 9.1)
Termite Resistance: Resistant - 3
Durability ground contact: Class 2
Merbau
Imported Species
Dark Reddish Brown to Dark Brown Hardness: Hard (Janka Rating: 8.6)
Termite Resistance: Resistant - 2
Durability ground contact: Class 2
Rosewood
Imported Species
Richly coloured & can vary from Golden Brown to Red Brown and Deep Blood Red. Ages to a beautiful silver colour. Hardness: Hard (Janka Rating: 4.7)
Termite Resistance: Resistant - 1
Durability ground contact: 1
Pacific Teak
Imported Species
Blonde in Colour Hardness: Hard (Janka Rating: 6)
Termite Resistance: Resistant - 3
Durability ground contact: 2

*Properties

Hardness: Soft - Moderate - Hard - Very Hard

Janka Rating: The Janka hardness test is a standardised test used to measure the relative hardness of timbers. Specifically, the Janka test measures the amount of force that is necessary to embed a dent half the diameter of an 11.28mm diameter steel ball into a piece of timber. The higher the number the harder the timber is.

(Natural) Durability: Describes the timber's resistance to attack by wood destroying fungi and insects. The sapwood of all timber species has poor resistance and so the natural durability rating applies only to the heartwood of a timber species. Classes are 1 to 4 with the lower the number the higher the performance in terms of durability.

Grade

The majority of our Hardwood Screening is supplied in a Select Grade. This means there are no natural features such as gum veins and knots and this will give you a contemporary clean look and feel.

Sizes and Lengths

Decking is available in a variety of sizes (width and thickness) and can include:

  • 67mm x 19mm
  • 86mm x 19mm
  • 90mm x 19mm

Sizes vary with species and our stock changes regularly so please contact us with your enquiry and we'll find a species and size that's right for you.

Set lengths are usually used and range from 1.8 m up to 3.6 m.

Care and Maintenance

When hardwood decking is exposed to the elements it will naturally turn a soft silver-grey. To preserve the colour of the timber species and improve the life of the deck, apply a decking finish to the exposed surfaces. Reapply according to the manufacturer's instructions.

We stock Cutek Oil

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"I've always been very happy with the timber supplied by Marshall Timber Traders. Their hardwood quality and service is excellent"

Luke Fitcher - Award Winning Builder
Hammerhead Building Projects (Kingscliff)

Our Location

Marshall Timber Traders
28 Ozone St. Chinderah NSW 2487
Tel: (02) 6674 8828

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