DRESSED TIMBER & MOULDINGS
Timber finishing will bring your renovation, extension, new home, commercial building or architecturally designed project to life. Not only does it add character, but it can make it unique. Matching your existing architraves, skirting boards, belt rails and cornices has never been easier.
Creative Timbers have the personnel and the resources to ensure you get the results you are looking for. If your requirements include dressed timber products, rough sawn timber products, standard moulding profiles, or a custom design of any moulding we have your needs covered.
For your new home or architecturally designed project, let us help you create your own unique design to add individuality and character. Browse through our current range of products or contact us with your special request and we will be happy to assist you.
Balsa - Ochroma pyramidale
Although balsa is one of the lightest and softest timbers, it is botanically a hardwood! Grown overseas in plantations and imported into Australia, it is used mainly in model making. This material is too soft for structural use. Available in sheets, squares, blocks, rounds and triangles.Learn More
Clear Hoop Pine - Araucaria cunninghamii
The ideal native timber, grown in plantations in Queensland. A softwood easy to join, connect, easy to work, turn and mould, superior to Pinus species and is totally safe. Being a versatile timber specie it is used in a variety of applications, such as plywood, furniture, joinery, flooring and panelling.Learn More
This material is made up of shorter lengths of various pine species and glued together to produce longer lengths of pine usually 5.4m long. This popular timber used in many building applications including door jambs skirtings, architraves, belt rails, picture rails and cornices just to name a few.Learn More
Geronggang - Cratoxylon arborescens
An imported hardwood of Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philipines. Geronggang is more consistant in colour than that of the Meranti specie and ranges from a pale pink to a deeper red. Texture is coarse and even and grain is often interlocked. Useful for many applications including internal mouldings for commercial and residential buildings and caravans, furniture, boat building and projects where a contrasting colour to the lighter timber species is required.Learn More
Jelutong - Dyera costulata
A hardwood of Malaysia and Indonesia. Heartwood is a creamy colour, as is also the wide sapwood. Texture is very fine and even and has a slight grain. This material is easy to work and excellent for carving. Gives a smooth finish and nails well. Used for internal joinery, carving and model making.Learn More
Kwila/Merbau - Intsia bijuga
This hardwood is a good durable hardwood used in many applications. Heartwood may be bright yellow when first cut, but becomes a pale to dark reddish brown. Because of its durability it is used in many exterior areas where weather may be a concern such as decking, flooring, window joinery and boat building. It may also be used in other projects such as furniture but can be difficult to work with.
Meranti - Shorea sp.
An imported timber from South East Asia. A red-grey hardwood with interlocked grain. Relatively easy to work, but can give a 'woolly cut' so sharp tools are necessary. Because of its versatility, meranti is used in a variety of applications which include caravan building, door jambs, mouldings such as architraves, skirtingboards, belt rails, cornices and other joinery projects.Learn More
New Guinea Rosewood - Pterocarpus indicus
With its variable grain and colour, this hardwood is mainly used for decorative items. Colour varies from a golden brown to a dark blood-red and often highly figured. This hardwood is relatively easy to work and when freshly cut has a fragrant odour. Commonly used for veneers, turnery, panelling, flooring and furniture.Learn More
Radiata - Pinus radiata
A large softwood tree common in plantations to many areas in the world including South Africa, Chile, New Zealand and Australia. This material is prone to twist and bow due to its twist prone core. Relatively easy material to work with and is used in general construction, flooring, furniture, panelling and plywood.Learn More