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We supply Merbau for decking, flooring, screening, fencing, furniture and Structural Building Posts and Rails.
Merbau is a popular hardwood from South East Asia made use of in a wide range of building and home improvement jobs and indoor and outdoor furnishings. The wood is a pale/washed-out red to dark reddish brownish colour, with the grain being wavy or intertwine. The wood has a coarse but even texture.
Merbau Is More Than Just A Wooden Deck
This hardwood is well recognise as Merbau Deckingbut it also has lots of uses in the fields of engineering, construction, marine and home furnishings, both for the indoor and outdoors. It is likewise used in infrastructure undertakings including, cross arms, platform building, posts, garden sleepers, poles, jetties and mining beams.
In the building industry, this wood is used in framing, decking, treads and other basic needs. Many boats, especially the decks, are made from Merbau, and they are used in a wide range of applications that includes wine vats, musical equipment and tool handles.
As a furniture item, Merbau is prominent in outside settings, screening and bbq trolleys, along with being valued for turning, paneling, joinery, shop fitting, cabinet making, parquet flooring, sculpting, veneer, counter and bench tops.
It turns well and is reasonably easy to work with using hand and machine tools. It will normally cut cleanly however there could be some blunting or gumming effect on the cutting edges. This hardwood tends to split unless pre-drilled, but holds attachments well.
Why Merbau Is A Great Decking Timber
In the Australian climate a wooden deck has to be strong and durable. With the relentless sun pounding down, most decks will soon fade, peel and crack. Merbau is an exception to this rule. It’s a great all round hardwood, that wears well under traffic and preserves it’s colour after weathering. If you treat and take care of your wooden deck, it will certainly be around for a very long time.
This Hardwood Can Be Used For:
- Exterior Stairs
- Internal Paneling
- Joinery Products
- Portal Frames