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The best quality eco-friendly timbers from across the globe

No Nail Decking has access to, and supplies a wide range of imported and Australian hardwood timbers. Each of our timber products is eco-friendly and certain to meet your decking requirements and aesthetic vision.

merbauMerbau: An imported timber from Indonesia, Merbau is a hard wearing timber; dark red/brown in colour and gives an attractive appearance. The grain varies from straight, to interlocked and wavy. It may have yellow flecking in the pores which will give a gold flecked effect in the light.

cumaruCumaru: A Brazilian timber, Cumaru has a pronounced interlocked and wavy grain. It varies in color from a medium tan, to a red or purple brown. Cumaru experiences very little colour change over time.

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mahoganyMahogany: Fijian Mahogany is a pale brown timber with red/brown streaks. The streaks become darker over time and more uniform with exposure to light. The timber’s grain is interlocked and wavy.

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karriKarri: Karri is a high density and extremely hardwearing hardwood, ranging in colour from dark pink to deep reddish browns. With an even texture and interlocking grain, Karri reflects light to give great lustre and depth to its appearance, while highlighting its natural characteristics.
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black_buttBlackbutt: Blackbutt is a commonly grown hardwood that has attractive colouring that varies from cream to pale brown. Its grain is generally straight and its texture medium and even.

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No Nail Decking's Australian timber selection includes:

spotted_gumSpotted Gum: The colour of Spotted Gum varies from pale to chocolate or dark brown. It grows in the coastal districts from the New South Wales/Victorian border, to Maryborough in Queensland. While its appearance is variable, the frequent presence of a wavy grain produces an attractive fiddleback figure.

ironbarkIron Bark: Ironbark grows throughout Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. It has a dark red appearance, a medium and even texture and interlocked grain.

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grey_gumGrey Gum: Grey Gum is a native Australian hardwood timber that is extremely durable. It is red to reddish-brown in colour, and its grain is usually interlocked with a coarse but even texture.

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massarandubaForest Red: Forest Reds is a blend of medium to large hardwoods harvested from coastal regions. Timber colour ranges from pale pinks to deep rich reds which when blended gives a particularly warm, luxurious appearance.
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yellow_stringy_barkYellow Stringybark: This timber features a yellow to yellow/brown colour. It has a medium to fine grain which is generally straight but can at times be interlocked.

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silver-top-ashSilvertop Ash: Silvertop Ash can be found growing in the southern and central coasts of NSW, eastern Victoria and north eastern Tasmania.  With a Janka hardness rating of 9, this makes it comparable to the hardness of Merbau.  Silvertop Ash is regarded as an attractive timber due to its pale brown, sometimes pinkish colouring.