Timber decking is a relatively new ‘lifestyle’ concept for South Africa – and has become a widespread alternative to traditional hard terraces and patios. One of the strongest themes in contemporary landscaping is that of the ‘new garden’; whereby the exterior is to be treated as an ‘outside room’. In this context, timber decking is an excellent way of extending the living space of a building.
Rhinowood is our innovative breakthrough in creating a durable and attractive hardwood by modifying a local softwood has resulted in tremendous response and success during the last number of years with numerous commercial and private projects having used Rhinowood as a decking or cladding material. Being 100% local and sustainable this timber meets the most stringent environmental criteria on most projects.
To date we have supplied well over 140 000 m2 of Rhinowood timber decking and cladding to various projects.
Rhinowood is available in 100mm & 140mm width decking boards with lengths ranging from 1500mm – 3600mm.
Unlike most decking timbers, Rhinowood is also available in various bigger beam and structural sizes for pergolas, roofs etc
Timber decking is highly flexible – and provides extra social space that’s ideal for children playing, dining, entertaining, or just simply relaxing. Whatever the reasons for creating a deck, it’s one of the most attractive additions that can be made to increase your functional space.
The benefits of timber decking for landscaping structures compared to other traditional hard terraces, or patios are that it:
Timbermax timber decking will bring ambience to your property. It combines the natural beauty of wood with functional and enjoyable design, extending the usage of your outdoor space throughout the four seasons.
Compared to many other materials found in the flooring industry, wood is an environmentally friendly choice. The energy consumed – and the pollution created – by the harvesting and conversion of timber is far less than other man-made products made from non-renewable raw materials. Efficient use is also made of the by-products of timber processing such as sawdust and chippings.