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Pressure-Treated Wood – The popular choice for decks

Pressure-Treated Wood – The popular choice for decks Despite the ongoing use of some naturally durable species of wood and the emergence of several types of artificial wood, the overwhelmingly chosen material for decks is pressure-treated wood. Treated wood, sold in nearly every lumber outlet in North America, is favored for a variety of reasons: […]

Why we prefer natural wood over composite decking

There is a few arguments that composite decking sellers use to create the false impression that you should better chose composite decking over wood decking. In short these arguments are: 1) cheaper, better price decking – FALSE 2) Low maintenance – Part Truth 3) 100% eco friendly because you can recycle it – FALSE   […]

Is Planter and Balcony Decking the New Trend in Singapore Today?

In Singapore, we have seen an increase in the number of home owners who did their balcony and planters with decking products with eco products, natural wood or even wood plastic composite. We are also beginning less and less of a simple looking tiled balcony or empty planter area. Home owners today are expecting more to add […]

Timber decking supply & Installation SG (Singapore)

Decking Singapore | Timber, Composite or Aluminium You will be pleasantly surprised how Superior quality Timber Decking can enhance your patio/balcony area into a spectacular outdoor living area. With our creative custom made decking designs, your decking area will become a remarkable feature of your premises, forming a sense of wide open areas that embraces […]

Outdoor Timber Decking

Ironwood: Ironwood is a commonly used marketing name for hard wood. In Singapore context ironwood is referring to a type of wood called Belian, which can be found in Indonesia. Belian trees may reach a height of 100ft with trunk diameters of exploitable trees up to 36” (90cm). This durable sinker wood seasons slowly becoming […]