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A light pale straw timber that is hardy and versatile. Its colour and suitability for staining make Blackbutt popular for indoor use, but with high natural durability and strength, it’s also great for external & structural use.

Centre Ecowood Treated Pine

Centre Ecowood Treated Pine Plinth boards 150x25mm 5.4m & 6.0m

It is likely a brand or a specific type of treated pine wood product. Treated pine is a type of timber that has been treated with chemicals to improve its durability and resistance to decay, insects, and weathering. This treatment process involves impregnating the wood with preservatives, typically under pressure, to extend its lifespan and make it suitable for outdoor use and other applications where untreated wood might degrade quickly.

The “Centre Ecowood” part of the name suggests it could be a specific brand or line of treated pines products offered by a company named Centre Ecowood. Different manufacturers or suppliers might use variations of treatments and preservatives, so the exact properties and specifications of Centre Ecowood Treated Pine would depend on the specific formulation and standards of the manufacturer.

90×45 140×45 240×45 300×45 360×45 and many other sizes

LVL (Laminated Veneer Lumber) joists and beams are engineered wood products made from multiple layers of thin wood veneers glued together under heat and pressure. They are designed to provide superior strength and performance compared to traditional solid timber products.

  • Composition: LVL is typically made from rotary-peeled or sliced veneers of wood species such as pine, spruce, or fir. These veneers are arranged in layers with their grain direction parallel to the length of the member. The layers are bonded together with strong adhesives, resulting in a composite material with excellent strength and dimensional stability.
  • Strength and Performance: LVL joists and beams are engineered to have consistent strength properties, allowing for predictable performance in structural applications. They are known for their high load-carrying capacity, stiffness, and resistance to warping, twisting, and shrinking compared to solid timber.
  • Applications: LVL joists and beams are used extensively in residential and commercial construction for structural framing elements. They can be used as floor joists, roof beams, lintels, and headers. Their strength-to-weight ratio makes them particularly suitable for long spans and heavy load-bearing applications.

ModWood’s composite decking comes in a range of sizes, colours and finishes, giving you the ability to create residential or commercial projects that combine function and style.

ModWood composite decking is a type of decking material that combines recycled wood fibres and plastic to create a durable and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional timber decking.

  • Composition: ModWood decking boards are made from a mixture of recycled wood fibres (usually sourced from sawdust, wood chips, and offcuts) and recycled plastic (typically high-density polyethylene, HDPE). These materials are combined with additives and pigments for colour and durability.
  • Appearance: ModWood decking comes in various colours and finishes that mimic the natural appearance of timber. It is available in different profiles and textures to suit different design preferences.
  • Durability: Composite decking like ModWood is highly durable and resistant to rot, decay, and insect damage. It does not splinter or warp like traditional timber decking, making it safer and more comfortable for barefoot use.
  • Low Maintenance: Compared to timber decking, ModWood requires minimal maintenance. It does not need staining, painting, or sealing. Periodic cleaning with soap and water is usually sufficient to maintain its appearance.

Skirting boards and architraves are architectural elements used in interior design to enhance the aesthetic appeal of rooms while also serving practical functions.

Skirting boards, also known as baseboards or base mouldings, are installed along the bottom perimeter of interior walls where they meet the floor. They serve several purposes:

  1. Aesthetic Enhancement: Skirting boards can add a finishing touch to a room by covering the joint between the wall and floor, creating a clean and polished look.
  2. Protection: Skirting boards protect the bottom of walls from damage that can occur from vacuum cleaners, furniture, and foot traffic.
  3. Concealment: Skirting boards can hide gaps or imperfections at the junction between walls and floors, providing a seamless transition between different surfaces.

Architraves, sometimes referred to as door casings or trim, are mouldings that surround door frames, window frames, and sometimes openings in walls. They serve both functional and decorative purposes:

  1. Frame Enhancement: Architraves are used to frame and enhance the appearance of doorways and windows.
  2. Protection: Similar to skirting boards, architraves protect the edges of door and window frames from wear and tear.
  3. Style Element: Architraves come in various profiles and widths, allowing homeowners and designers to choose a style that complements the overall decor theme of a room.

Timber cladding refers to the use of timber or wood materials to cover the exterior walls of buildings. It serves both functional and aesthetic purposes in construction. It can be made from various types of wood, including softwoods like pine or cedar, or hardwoods like oak or teak.

The primary functions of timber cladding include providing weather resistance and thermal insulation to buildings, as well as enhancing the visual appeal of the exterior. It can be installed in different profiles and styles, such as horizontal or vertical boards, shingles, or panels, allowing for a range of architectural designs and finishes.

Baltic Pine Weatherboards

Dressed Primed H3 Treated Pine boards

Spotted Gum Shiplap Cladding

Silvertop Ash Shiplap Cladding

Blackbutt Shiplap Cladding

Ironash H3 timber cladding

Thermory Cladding Range

LOSP is a form of treatment that offers similar resistance to weathering and termites as CCA treated pine but with the use of a lower impact preservative.

Treated Pine Supplies in Melbourne refer to businesses or suppliers in Melbourne, Australia, that specialize in offering treated pine products. Treated pine is a type of timber that has been treated with chemicals to enhance its durability and resistance to decay, insects, and weathering. This makes it suitable for outdoor use and various construction projects where untreated wood might not withstand environmental conditions.