Exterior Wood and Construction

We specialise in providing Hardwoods and Softwoods which are durable and stable for the Joinery and Construction Markets.

 

Timber Uses in Exterior Joinery & Construction

Western Red Cedar, Siberian Larch, Alaskan Yellow Cedar, H3 Radiata Pine, Oregon, Totara and Macrocarpa are all used in the exterior joinery market, mouldings, pergolas and exterior cladding.

Durable hardwoods such as Kwila, Saligna, Iroko, Jarrah, Rosewood, Teak and Vitex, are used in exterior joinery applications in a kiln-dried condition.

Purpleheart, Greenheart & Wallaba are used as decking, handrails, pergolas, posts and are usually supplied in a green or air-dry condition.

Western Red Cedar has been used in New Zealand for the last 40 years as a premium species for exterior joinery applications and is available in a number of grades both air and kiln-dried in a wide range of sizes up to 300mm wide and 200mm thick.

Exterior Joinery & Construction Timbers

Cedar, Alaskan Yellow

H3 Radiata Pine

Kwila

Purpleheart

Saligna

Vitex

Cedar, Western Red

Iroko

Macrocarpa

Oregon

Teak

Wallaba

Greenheart

Jarrah

Matai

Rosewood

Totara

Larch

 

Cedar weatherboards and panelling profiles are available and also as a finger-jointed blank. Shingles are also available in this species for roof and wall cladding.

 

Related Topics:

Timber Flooring
Hardwood Decking
Cladding