Decking and Screening

Creative Timbers is the company you are looking for if you need a hardwood deck or screen, or a composite decking product.  Our range of timber decking and screening products is listed below.  Many composite decking products are on offer and we invite you to contact us with your specific project requirements so we can discuss the available options and help you make the right choice.

The beauty of a solid hardwood deck or screen shines as a natural product and really is a piece of art - it can never be replicated.  Many commercial, residential, care facilities and architecturally designed projects use a timber deck, often complemented by a timber screen.

There are also composite decking products available, which we have not listed, but can provide - please complete your enquiry on the contact us page and specify the product, size and quantity required for your project.  

 

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  1. DECKING / SCREENING - MERBAU

      

    Merbau is a popular hardwood from South East Asia, Papua New Guinea, Pacific Islands and also in Northern Queensland. With its high degree of natural durability and strength it is commonly used as screening and decking. Merbau has many other uses including but not limited to handrails, step treads, chamfer boards, bearers and joists, internal joinery, flooring and outdoor furniture. Learn More
  2. SCREENING - SATIN ASH

      

    Satin ash is used for screening and has good durability characteristics for outdoor conditions. Colour ranges from a silver white to a pale yellow. Learn More
  3. DECKING / SCREENING - VITEX

      

    Vitex or new guinea teak is a decking and flooring timber with good durability characteristics. Colour is pale yellow to creamy-grey. Available in a variety of sizes including 68 x 19, 90 x 19, 140 x 19 and 190 x 19.. Learn More
  4. DECKING / SCREENING - AUSTRALIAN BLACKBUTT

      

    Blackbutt is an Australian hardwood that has attractive colouring ranging from cream to a pale brown, sometimes with a slight pink tinge. Available as decking, flooring and screening, this is a great option if you want the real timber feel flowing through from outdoor to indoor. Used for commercial, industrial and residential buildings. Learn More
  5. DECKING / SCREENING - AUSTRALIAN FOREST REDS

      

    Australian forest reds decking / screening is a standard product made from a range of Australian hardwoods that bring the warm feel with its colour ranging from pale pinks to deep rich reds. Forest reds is the decking to choose when looking for a luxurious appearance. Learn More
  6. DECKING / SCREENING - AUSTRALIAN IRONBARK

      

    Australian ironbark decking is very dense, hard and highly durable. The colour ranges from a deep red to pale brown and has a welcoming feel when used for entries in both commercial and residential properties. Learn More
  7. DECKING / SCREENING - AUSTRALIAN SPOTTED GUM

      

    Australian spotted gum is a popular hardwood decking due to its intense range and variety of pale and dark brown colours. Spotted gum also is an ideal option for areas where timber stain is a concern as the tannin content is lower than other hardwood options. Learn More
  8. DECKING / SCREENING - AUSTRALIAN MIXED HARDWOODS

      

    Australian mixed hardwoods decking is as its name says - a mixture of Australian hardwoods that range in colour from light cream to dark reds. As with most timber floors/decks it enhances any commercial or residential property by providing an attractive and welcoming feature. Learn More
  9. DECKING / SCREENING - TREATED PINE

      

    Treated Pine decking is for use in outdoor above ground applications. Available in 90 x 22 and does tend to expand and contract at a faster rate than hardwood decking products. Not suitable for use in areas of extreme weather conditions and low humidity. Learn More
  10. DECKING / SCREENING - PELAWAN / NORTHERN RED

      

    Pelawan decking also known as northern red or northern box is a good hard wearing timber deck with a durability of class 1. The colour ranges from pink brown to red brown and sometimes can have a tinge of grey. Creative Timbers recommends this decking as it has minimal tannin (timber stain) and excellent hard-wearing properties. Learn More

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