Blackbutt Decking

As it is a strong and durable hardwood, as well as fire resistant, blackbutt is highly suited to decking applications.

Why choose Blackbutt Decking?

  • Fire resistant and suitable for use in the most bushfire prone areas
  • Even colouring, its colour range is predominantly rich honey browns to lighter creams
  • We stock Blackbutt Decking in a range of sizes, including: 65, 86, 130 x 19mm and 32mm
  • Class 1 above ground durability
  • Can be used for screening as well as decking
  • Logged in accordance with all Australian forestry standards

Featuring warm colours and an interesting grain pattern, Blackbutt is an excellent choice for a range of decking projects. Whether you oil the timber or leave it to weather naturally, you can be confident the end result will be beautiful. With an even colouring of predominantly rich honeys and light creams, it is a high-performance, functional and appealing deck.

 
“We have purchased wood from Everist Timber over the years and have always been very happy with all the products we have received; the service and staff have always been great and very helpful. Well done Everist Timber!!! We will continue to do business with you. Highly recommend!”
Lisa Pittas
 

FAQ’s

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Why Everist Timber

Our premium hardwoods and timber products are second to none – let us help you create something breathtaking.

We Source & Supply a Huge Range

From American Oak to Ironbark, our range is second to none, earning our reputation as the region’s leading timber merchant.

Quality Timber at Competitive Prices

We supply an extensive range of premium products at competitive prices – speak with our team to learn how we can meet your needs.

Trusted Family Business

With almost four decades worth of industry experience, Everist Timber has earnt a reputation as a name you can trust.

Areas We Service

Everist Timber supplies an extensive range of blackbutt decking products across many Melbourne areas, including: Berwick, Cranbourne, Flinders, Frankston, Mt Martha, Rosebud, Somerville, Mt Eliza, Red Hill, Sorrento, Hastings, Mornington Peninsula and Gippsland.