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    Blackbutt Timber Advantages & Disadvantages

    Light blonde timbers are popular Australia-wide to complete the Scandinavian look, or Coastal beach feel in modern architectural housing designs.  Australian Blackbutt timber is a fashionable choice for these architectural styles, and unfortunately, there is a chronic shortage of this timber.  The reasons are many and not only due to excessive demand. For one thing, […]

  • How to Compare Composite Decking Brands and Materials

    As with any major purchase, it’s important to thoroughly compare composite decking brands and materials, so you can make an informed decision. But trying to establish the best value for money and selecting just one out of the many composite decking types available on the market can be a challenge. You’ve heard of the expression “You […]

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    Composite Decking & Cladding Colours: New Trends for 2022

    Decisions, decisions. What colour should you choose for your new deck or wall cladding? NewTechWood has always been at the forefront of introducing new colours to keep up with trends and provide optimal choices for customers. Different countries have different tastes and the popularity of composite decking colours can vary greatly. Whereas bright blue decking […]

  • How to Build a Composite Deck: What You Need to Know

    Installing some composite decking is just one way to increase the value of your home while also providing additional living space for outdoor entertaining. Of course, it’s always an easier option to allow a professional to install a deck for you, but if you can’t or don’t want to, it is possible to do it […]

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    How to Clean Your Decking Boards

    A deck is perfect for outdoor entertaining, however, it can also require a lot of maintenance to keep it looking good all year round. Keeping your decking boards clean all year round will not only make them look better, but also keep them protected from weather damage and any other problems that can arise over […]

  • Composite Vs. Natural Timber Decking: Pros & Cons

    As you plan your new dream deck, one of the crucial choices you’ll need to make is what type of decking product to use. Do you stick with traditional timber, or take a leap forward and opt for the increasingly popular composite timber decking? Here we explore the pros and cons of composite vs. natural […]

  • Timber and Water – Fencing & Decking for Your Seaside Location

    Here in Perth, especially in the western suburbs, it’s great to live by the beach to find relief from the hot summer sun. However, that scorching sun and that beautiful salty air that feels so great against our skin aren’t so great for our outdoor areas and building exteriors. Special care and consideration need to […]

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    Hottest Outdoor Living Designs for 2017

    Summer was designed to be enjoyed. Make the most of it by turning your outdoor living area into a personal outdoor sanctuary – a place where you can invite your friends and family to share lingering afternoons and brilliant summer nights. If your outdoor living area needs revamping and you’re out of ideas, then get […]

  • Should I paint over my worn timber decking?

    Painting over worn out timber decking is certainly tempting – a quick fix to get you through another season. But should you paint over worn out timber decking? It’s not a good idea. Why you shouldn’t paint over a worn out deck Decking that is worn and flaking is unattractive, but it is giving you […]

  • Restaurant, Bar & Hotel Al Fresco Area Inspiration

    Summer is right around the corner, and for Aussie restaurant, bar, café and hotel owners that means that more and more of your patrons will want to sit outside to enjoy the beautiful weather. To give your customers a pleasant and satisfying experience, now is the time to get your outdoor area looking its best. […]

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