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Jarrah Moulding

Jarrah Moulding


Jarrah Moulding

Jarrah is a large hardwood timber, native to the south west of WA.

Jarrah is renowned for its versatility – it’s natural properties include a high resistance to weather, rot, termites and even marine borers. Its durability and strength make it an ideal timber for a range of structural and design applications.

The heartwood varies in colour from rich reds to browns and deepens over time, while sapwood ranges from a pale yellow to pink- orange. The texture of the timber is moderately coarse and even-textured grain, although some interlocked, wavy grain may feature, creating interesting fiddle-back figure. This makes it an appealing architectural design material.

In the past Jarrah has been used in construction applications such as wharf and bridge construction, railway sleepers, cross arms, poles, piles and timber framing for residential construction. Today, Jarrah is value added and used for its decorative qualities making it a prized timber for veneering, furniture manufacturing, timber floors, timber decking, timber mouldings, doors, door frames and window joinery.

Jarrah Moulding

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Pine Moulding

Pine Moulding


Pine Moulding

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Tasmanian Oak Moulding

Tasmanian Oak Moulding


Tasmanian Oak Moulding

Tasmanian Oak is a premium Australian hardwood timber encompassing three species that grow in the mountainous areas of Tasmania, Victoria and South East NSW.  It is also commonly referred to as Victorian Ash.

Tasmanian Oak is light in colour, varying from straw to reddish brown with intermediate shades of cream to pink. It is the preferred hardwood for a wide range of applications. It is a strong and stable timber, and offers good all round workability. It is recognised for its excellent staining qualities, which allow ready matching with other timbers, finishes or furnishings.

Tasmanian Oak has superior structural strength and can be used as glue-laminated beams to cover long spans in protected structural applications, but it is best suited to indoor applications including timber stairs, flooring, paneling, architraves, skirtings, furniture timber and high-end joinery.

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Merbau moulding

Merbau moulding

Merbau Moulding

Merbau is a popular hardwood derived largely from areas in South East Asia, Papua New Guinea, the Pacific islands, and northern Queensland. With its high degree of natural durability and strength it is used externally in engineering, construction and marine applications. Merbau also features in backyards as outdoor furniture, and internally in a range of joinery, flooring and other uses.

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Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF)

Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF)


MDF - Moulding

Features

  • Quality moisture resistant medium density fibreboard
  •  Pre-sanded and pre-primed with two coats of acrylic primer
  •  All the tedious surface preparation is done for you!
  •  With this head start, your paint glides on faster and covers easily for a superior finish.
  •  Low Formaldehyde (Eo).