Treated Pine Decking

Treated Pine Decking

The preservative treatment of treated pine has made it perfect for use in decking, as it will resist fungal and termite attack.

Why choose Treated Pine Decking?

  • Decay and termite resistant
  • Logged in accordance with all Australian forestry standards (eco friendly)
  • Very durable in the face of element exposure
  • Cost effective
  • Lightweight, easy to handle
  • Available in set lengths
  • Available in 70, 90 x 22
  • Available in CCA or ACQ treatments
  • Can be used for screening as well as decking
Features of Treated Pine

Treated pine is a reliable, lightweight and cost effective decking material. Its colour is generally green which will eventually turn a silver grey if left to weather naturally. Alternatively it can be stained and oiled a variety of colors.

At Everist Timber, we stock a clear grade premium treated pine deck which is far superior to knotty grade.

 
“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
 

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 treated pine 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.