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What is the Best Timber for Your New Pergola?

What is the Best Timber for Your New Pergola?

Our Queensland climate is perfect for outdoor entertaining, however, as the days become hotter a touch of shade keeps the worst of the midday and afternoon heat from spoiling the party. Australians are embracing home design that links the living

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Know Your Timber: Ironbark

Know Your Timber: Ironbark

Looking for a beautiful and hard-wearing hardwood timber that is perfect for your timber flooring or timber decking project? We have plenty of options for you to view one of which is Ironbark timber. Where Does Ironbark Timber Originate? Ironbark,

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The Top Reasons Why Merbau (Kwila) is Used for Outdoor Constructions

Intsia bijug (Johnstone River teak, Pacific teak or scrub mahogany) is a timber that grows in the Southeast Pacific Rim which, of course, includes Northern Queensland. The tree is a species of flowering tree in the pea family and has

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Hardwood and Softwood: Their Key Distinctions that You Should Know

Hardwood and Softwood: Their Key Distinctions that You Should Know

Hardwood and softwood have different features and characteristics. Accordingly, it would be more advantageous to know what their distinctions are, as this will give you a clear glimpse as to how they can help serve your specific purposes. Here are

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Timber Fencing: What You Need to Know

Why CCA Treated Timber is the Gold Standard for Timber Fencing

Timber fencing is an “old standby” in the Brisbane area. Timber is a great material to use for fencing for a number of reasons. It has a great natural look and is a great way to provide a property boundary.

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Timber Durability Ratings: How They Work and What They Mean

Timber Decking in Brisbane

At Narangba Timbers, if you are buying timber for decking, flooring, fencing or structural elements, we always recommend the timber that is going to give you the best performance. We want it to be durable, strong and attractive enough that

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Why Merbau is so Popular for Timber Decking in Brisbane

Merbau is so Popular for Timber Decking in Brisbane

Merbau may be the most popular hardwood timber decking material in Brisbane. There are plenty of reasons for this. Merbau is versatile, aesthetically pleasing and durable. It is hard enough to provide a great surface for a deck but pliable

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Buying Timber Flooring: What You Need to Know

Buying Timber Flooring in Brisbane

Way back in 2015 we produced this article providing some basic information on timber flooring and we thought it was high time we re-visited the topic to provide an update of what has changed in the last few years… If

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Red Ironbark Timber for Decking, Flooring or Timber Handrails

Know Your Timber: Ironbark

Name an Australian sourced timber that looks amazing in your home but is also so hard and durable that it is used for industrial applications such as wharves, bridges, poles, railway sleepers and construction? Red Ironbark (also called Grey Ironbark)

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Hardwood Battens for Garden Screening

Hardwood Battens for Garden Screening

Timber battens have been used in buildings throughout the centuries both internally and externally Modern usage of timber battens, however, is breaking the mould. They are being used in fencing, screening and facades externally and in walls and ceilings within

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