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  • Cedar Cladding

    Origin A large softwood, the largest of the North American cedars, occurring in British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.
    Appearance Heartwood variable from pale brown to dark brown. Sapwood is yellowish white. Texture is fine but uneven due to prominent growth rings. The grain is straight.
    Common Uses Cladding, Decking, Flooring & Bench Tops.
    Durability 3 Not Durable (Above Ground)
    Grades Select or Standard & Better or Feature
    Hardness 11.0
    Dimensions 84mm x 18mm / 133mm x 18mm
  • Ironbark Cladding

    Origin Victoria through to Queensland.
    Appearance The timber ranges in colour from light browns through to dark chocolates and reds.
    Common Uses Decking, Flooring, Heavy Engineering Construction, Poles, Piles & Ship Building.
    Durability 1 (Above Ground)
    Grades Select or Standard & Better or Feature
    Hardness 14.0
    Dimensions 80/75mm X 18mm, 122/115mm X 18mm
  • Silver Top Ash Cladding

    Origin Occurs in the southern and central coasts and tablelands of New South Wales, Eastern Victoria and north-eastern Tasmania.
    Appearance Creamy – straw. Light to medium or pale brown, sometimes pinkish, similar to Blackbutt.
    Common Uses External cladding & Decking.
    Durability 1 (Above Ground)
    Grades Standard
    Hardness 9.5
    Dimensions 77mm x 22mm / 127mm x22mm
  • Spotted Gum Cladding

    Origin Occurs naturally on the east coast from the Victoria/New South Wales border to the Maryborough district in Queensland.
    Appearance The timber ranges from light brown through to dark brown with green and orange tones, and wild figure (grain pattern) and fiddleback is common.
    Common Uses Cladding, Decking, Flooring & Bench Tops.
    Durability 1 (Above Ground)
    Grades Standard & Better.
    Hardness 11.0
    Dimensions 80/75mm X 18mm, 122/115mm X 18mm