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Jarrah Decking Perth 2017-08-11T13:07:39+00:00

Jarrah Decking Perth

Jarrah is a unique Australian Hardwood renowned for being a hardwood that is extremely hard wearing, beautiful, and versatile in nature.

Jarrah timber reflects the hues of the Western Australian landscape. The hardwood varies from rich red-browns to pale yellow to an orange tone.

With an even texture and interlocking grain, Jarrah reflects light to give excellent lustre and depth to its appearance, while highlighting the natural characteristics.

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Jarrah eDeck

Engineered Jarrah by eDeck

Jarrah timber by eDeck decking brings you revolutionary secret fix natural timber decking using local timbers.

It is the ultimate Jarrah decking because of its precise machining, superior stability, and durability.

The “Machine Colour Guard” pre-applied on every side of these decking boards ensures your boards for your new deck are protected all the way from the factory to your doorstep.

Straight after installation, only one coat of decking oil needs to be applied on the upper surface of your new deck to complete the initial sealing process.

This decking material comes straight from the local Western Australian Government managed and sustained forests.

With Jarrah eDeck you can be sure that your deck is made of a premium material while also being one of the hardest and most durable timbers available.

Two unique board profiles

  • Solid – all four edges that are pencil rounded.
  • Grooved – for secret-fixings with the 2 top edges pencil rounded.

This concealed fixing method allows water to run out of the grooves, so it doesn’t sit there rotting the boards because the bottom edge is angled down.

As with all solid boards, these can be used as fascia or top-fixed as decking boards.

Three important features:

Jarrah is a tropical hardwood with a distinctive colour making it perfect for decking timber.

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