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Focused on quality workmanship, attention to detail and concern for your satisfaction, we are your trusted partner in your outdoor living space.

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Spotted Gum | blackbutt | tallowwood | Jarrah | Merbau

Blackbutt decking

Blackbutt is one of the more popular choices for hardwood decking.

Australian native hardwood.
BAL29 fire rated and termite resistant.

Blackbutt timber is known for its strength and resistance to insect attacks and decay, making it an ideal choice for decks that will last for many years.

Blackbutt decking ranges from a golden yellow to pale brown colouring with an occasional slightly pink undertone.

Spotted Gum Decking

Spotted Gum Decking.

Australian native Hardwood.
BAL29 fire rated and termite resistant.

Spotted Gum grows along the eastern coast of Australia and due to its tremendous strength and diversity in colour, it makes it an interesting, durable and very hard-wearing timber. Its colours may vary from light yellows, greys and greens, right through to mid browns, and wild reds.

Jarrah decking

Jarrah decking

Australian native Hardwood.
BAL29 fire rated and termite resistant.

Jarrah is a unique Western Australian hardwood renowned for its versatility. Its durability and strength makes it an ideal timber for a range of structural and design applications, with timber that displays colours ranging from rich reds to browns.

Jarrah’s natural properties include high resistance to weather, rot, termites and even marine borers, making it valuable for a range of outdoors uses. Its density also makes it fire resistant.

Tallowwood Decking

Australian native Hardwood.

BAL19-29 fire rated and termite resistant.

Tallowwood decking has a yellowish brown colouring with a tinge of olive green. Found on the coastal regions of New South Wales and parts of Queensland. Tallowwoods grain is often interlocked and has a moderately coarse texture

Merbau decking

Merbau decking

Merbau is a popular hardwood derived largely from areas in South East Asia, Papua New Guinea, the Pacific islands, and northern Queensland.
BAL29 fire rated and termite resistant.

Merbau decking is very popular for good reason. It’s durable, hard-wearing and long-lasting. With its distinctive rich red-brown tone, it also looks great and makes your deck appear crisp and sharp.

composite decking

A Non Maintenance product composite decking is made from a combination of recycled plastic and recycled wood fibers, even bamboo. not only simulates the texture and colour of traditional wood, but because of its advantages, it is a popular alternative to wood.

It is made to look like wood and comes in a variety of natural wood types and colours.

Composite decking typically costs 30% more than mid-priced decking, but it has several advantages.

While you will need to stain and seal any hardwood, once composite decking is installed, you don’t need to do anything other than clean it regularly.

​Composite products provide the look of wood without much maintenance.

choosing your decking boards

At McBride Carpentry, we believe in high-quality products that last a long time. We offer a variety of different hardwood options that will transform your outdoor living space into an outdoor oasis.
Our highly trained team will ensure your deck not only looks great but is practical.

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