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WA Timber Decking
WA Timber Decking
By creating stunning outdoor lifestyle constructions, WA Timber Decking is helping lovers of the great
outdoors make the most of WA's sun, warmth and clear blue skies.
In Western Australia, we're blessed with a
great climate, which means we're able to
spend a large part of the year outdoors.
It makes sense, then, to ensure our outdoor
living spaces are as visually appealing,
comfortable and durable as possible.
WA Timber Decking owner Paul Oorschot
is also an advocate of this philosophy and
established his business in 2003.
After several years of providing services
exclusively to project homebuilders, he was
inspired by a desire to work more closely
with clients and provide a top quality design,
construction and service.
Outdoor and semi-indoor lifestyle
constructions are WA Timber Decking's specialty
-- think alfresco area decking, pavilion roof
extensions, cedar lined ceilings, elevated decks,
feature timber screens and custom pool and spa
Only the most skilled carpenters are used
so workmanship is always of a very high
standard, and the business is committed to
striking a balance between emerging trends and
WA Timber Decking uses eco timbers such
as merbau and rosewood, which are community
harvested to ensure the long-term integrity of the
forest's biodiversity, as well as sustainable Forest
Stewardship Council (FSC) endorsed timber like
New composite decking material, Innowood,
is also becoming popular. Consisting of a blend
of recycled plastic and timber fibre, it requires
virtually no maintenance and looks fantastic.
And as the icing on the cake, WA Timber
Decking offers a follow-up maintenance service
to ensure a client's investment retains its value
and beauty years after it was first installed.
paving & decking
THIS RESORT STYLE pool deck features wide
(130 x 19mm) jarrah boards. Stainless steel capped
jarrah posts were also used for the balustrade.
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