Here are some things to think about!
Make sure you choose a material that can withstand your particular climate conditions. For example, the amount of sun or shade your deck receives will determine whether the colour will fade quickly.
Whatever material you choose, your deck will need regular maintenance –Most likely once a year to keep it looking great. Some decks are easier to maintain than others. Decking materials can vary in price, from more expensive hardwoods to low-cost treated pine. There is something to suit every budget.
Types of decking material:
Modular Decking:-Modular decking is real timber boards prefabricated into panels that are fast and easy to install. Because modular decking is made of real wood, you can choose from Merbau, treated pine and more.
Is made from a mix of wood fibres and recycled plastic, composite decking is an easy and environmentally friendly alternative to timber. Popular brands, like Ekodeck and Modwood, offer highly weather-resistant products designed specifically for Australian weather. This comes in various timber looks to suit any outdoor space, such as Jarrah, Silver Gum, Highland Oak and more.
One of the most commonly used timbers around the home! This is a versatile and very affordable decking choice. Treated pine is Radiata Pine that’s been pressure-treated to withstand decay, fungi and termites.
Extremely durable, highly resilient and can look, feel & smell’s great. Popular hardwoods include Jarrah, Spotted Gum and Merbau, which is one of the most common timber decking in Australia. It provide a stylish look to enhance your outdoor space. Every timber is different, but it’s hard to go past the warm red-brown tones of Merbau or rich brown Jarrah.
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