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f there’s one area that has not been negatively
affected by the global financial crisis, it’s
home renovations. More and more, people
are turning to their homes to provide comfort,
entertainment and a resort-style atmosphere.
WA Timber Decking Professionals can help
West Australians achieve all of this with outdoor
and semi-outdoor timber lifestyle constructions.
These can include everything from decking, stairs
and cedar-lined ceilings, to screens, gates and
clients’ own custom designs.
All construction is carried out by skilled
carpenters and tradespeople, guaranteeing
a high-quality finish to every project. The
company also offers a maintenance service
to help keep outdoor spaces in top condition.
This commitment to quality is the ethos at
the heart of WA Timber Decking Professionals.
Whether it’s a small-scale domestic makeover
or a large commercial development, the
company’s vision is to provide all clients
with a superior design, construct and
maintenance service for their outdoor
The company also takes its environmental
responsibility seriously by offering a range of
eco timbers, which are harvested from forests
operating under sustainable practices. Species
include merbau, rosewood, ironbark, jarrah,
spotted gum and sugar gum, and several are
certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.
Recycled timber is also available, as is a
man-made composite material, which blends
recycled plastic with timber fibre. This material is
ideal for coastal locations or sites with high sun
exposure and requires virtually no maintenance.
All materials used in the company’s domestic
and commercial projects are classed as ‘durability
class one’ for structural and termite protection.
This highly skilled company creates timeless,
environmentally responsible outdoor living
areas that add value to any home
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