Decking

Whether its extending the outdoor living space, entertaining friends and family, or creating an al fresco dining area, timber decking is one of the most worthwhile additions that can be made for any home. With our premium hardwood, you can build a space that isn’t only attractive, but stands the test of time.

Timber Decking

Decks can be built in a huge range of sizes and styles, which is why we stock a wide range of timbers to suit every project, taste and lifestyle.

Whether it’s a natural, weathered look or a polished finish that you’re hoping to obtain, we have the stains and oils needed to create any style.

Timber Decking Species

For the best timber for your decking project, visit Everist Timber. We stock a huge range of different species, from the incredibly popular and timeless Merbau to the versatile treated pine. For an Australian product, consider Spotted Gum or Ironbark – both of which are loved for their colour and durability. If you’d prefer a timber that is suitable for bushfire prone areas, Blackbutt and Silvertop Ash are ideal for BAL 12.5 to 29 areas.

Decking Accessories

In addition to our timber yard, we also have an onsite hardware store, ensuring we have everything you need to build a strong and long lasting deck – all in one place. Whether you need to invest in oils or stains for a stunning finish, or make a feature of your fixings with stainless steel or galvanised screws, we are your one stop shop for everything timber decking.

 

FAQs

Which is better: Hardwood or treated pine?

The choice is yours! Creating a space that complements the home and the lifestyles of the occupants isn’t a one size fits all approach, which is why we stock a number of choices for timber decking. Treated pine is ideal if you want an affordable and durable deck that stands the test of time. It has been treated to resist fungal and termite attacks, and it’s also lightweight and easy to handle.

Hardwood timber, on the other hand, offers an indisputably luxurious finish. With a wide range of species, stains and oils, there is sure to be a colour and texture that suits the space – including light ashes and blondes to deep chocolates and rich reds.

Which timber will best suit my application?

To ensure your timber decking matches the space it’s being built in, we recommend choosing a material or colour scheme that is found throughout the home. For example, if Merbau furniture or flooring features strongly throughout the interior, then that can be bought out into the al fresco area for a cohesive look throughout. Alternatively, if there are exposed Red Gum beams either indoors or out, then using a timber that has a deep red base is an excellent way to draw the elements of the home together.

What areas do you service?

Everist Timber is proud to supply our huge range of hardwood and timber products to a wide area. Whether you’re in metropolitan Melbourne or the Mornington Peninsula, if you need high-quality timber decking, you’ve come to the right place! Get in touch with our team to see if we service your suburb.