Timber Construction Services 

Mezzanine Decks

Roof room conversions 

Flat to Pitch roof conversions

Timber Structural Roofing

Timber Roofing

Timber Stairs and Balastrades

Timber Decking 

Swimming Pool Decks

Gazebo's & Pergola's

Boardwalks & Jetties

Fascia's & Bargeboards

Garden Sheds & Summer Houses

Fences & Gates

Timber for Decking and Timber Construction 


This attractive red brown timber is uniform in colour and available in long lengths. It is one of the most durable and hardwearing timbers in the world and over the past five years has proven itself to last very well both at the coast and in areas with extreme climate changes.


Saligna is a locally grown timber with a pinkish red colour. It is of medium density and requires regular maintenance, however it is the most cost effective decking option available.


Garapa is a South American timber with an even yellow colour which changes to red brown when exposed to sunlight. It is very durable and stable and lasts well in most climates.


This well-known Indonesian timber is very durable and often used in areas where little or no maintenance is required. The timber turns to a silver grey colour if not oiled. Balau is more suited for a coastal climate and tend to shrink/move excessively in the drier more extreme climates.

Zim Teak

Zimbabwean or Zambian Teak is one of the most frequently used hardwoods in South Africa both as decking and flooring. Teak is normally available in shorter lengths ranging between 500mm – 2000mm. The timber has a very pronounced grain with definite sapwood and heartwood colour variations.

SA Pine treated with Tanalith is used for substructural works, roofing timber and all structural poles all according to SABS approved standards  and municipal approved standards.

Steel Structures

Agriculture industry - Green Houses

Sun rooms



Steel frame housing and commercial/ industrial construction

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