Some deck design ideas are more suitable for use in certain geographical areas than others. However, your ultimate choice will be based on your preferences and the type that will match your garden and house.
We’ve summarized the types of decks we offer. You can request us for extra options. Besides, we’ll source any variety of timber deck you want.
Most boards in the options available feature a width of between 67 to 140 mm and a thickness of between 18 to 32 mm.
Pine is a softwood. It is pressure treated to make it perfect for all decking uses. It boasts of being the most affordable composite decking wood board available today. It can be installed with stainless steel type of nails. You can prolong its life by painting or sealing it regularly.
Merbau is a very popular board. It’s a highly durable hardwood and features a reddish-brown look. It’s typically grown across the Pacific region. Overall, Merbau wood is worth your hard-earned money.
Australian Grey Ironbark
Just like its name suggests, Ironbark is the toughest and hardest board available today. It looks great with its mixed tones and interlocked grains. It outlasts most boards.
Blackbutt is grown in Australia. It has a light blonde/brown colour. Its appearance is consistent with minimal variation between the boards. Blackbutt is best for installation in areas prone to wildfires in Australia. It’s hard-wearing and a great all-rounder timber.
It features a unique grain texture and colour. It looks pale yellow with attractive interlocked grains. It’s locally grown and extremely durable. Tallowood will definitely make your decking stand out.
Red Ironbark is an imported alternative to Grey Ironbark. It’s also more affordable than Grey Ironbark. It’s available in different shades of dark red. It makes stunning decks.
Jarrah is a hardwood timber with a rich red colour. It’s grown in the Western Australia region and has natural properties that resist elements. Its incredible colours, long-lasting nature, and toughness make it a perfect choice for a unique look.
It’s typically grown in the S.E Queensland and the Northern NSW regions of Australia. Spotted gum is one of the most commonly used wood boards, thanks to its durability, a perfect mixture of shades, interlocked grains, and affordability. Thus, it’s a great choice for most decking applications.
Trex boasts of being the most sold decking board worldwide. We’re among the few builders in Sydney that display a wide range of Trex decking in our showroom.
Northern box is an imported timber. It’s also often referred to as Pelawan. It’s an amazing board and very economical. It doesn’t bleed, unlike Merbau.
Millboard is a composite imported mainly from the United Kingdom. NBG Landscapes has enough experience to install Millboard composite decks. We use the latest technologies to manufacture decking board materials out of Millboard.
The timber finishes we use combined with an extensive warranty makes this composite board an admirable and unique option. Besides, it’s durable with an unrivaled look. You can get it in several widths, with 200mm being the largest width available.
We’re a registered and certified installer of Modwood decks. We’ve built a good number of Modwood deck designs across Sydney. Our vast experience in installing Modwood composite decking boards puts us in the best position to assist you in selecting and installing this amazing decking product.
Modwood is among the best in composite decking. You can get it in four different colours. It’s also available in several reversible finishes. It can be fitted with Klevaclips to allow for a smooth and clean look without any visible fixing. Our decking team in Sydney are experts in manufacturing Modwood decking. Besides, we offer a competitive cost price for this product on our decking Sydney outdoor living projects.