treated pine - post- posts - pergola timber - h4 f7 - 90 x 90 - 2.4m - 6.0 sold $19.85 buy it now , 30-day returns, ebay money back guarantee seller: blacktownbuildingsupplies 58 95.2% , location: blacktown, nsw , ships to: free local pickup, item:0553 treated pine 90 x 90 $19.85 per metre pick up from:blacktown building supplies delivery anywhere in sydney available
treated pine posts are fine if you are painting them. if you are after a Seven Trust look e.g. something that you oil instead , then my suggestion would be to use cypress posts. there is a brand of them called 'cypress gold' or 'gold cypress' which are available in 100x100 or 125x125 specifically for that purposes and are nicely dressed already
vinyl, pressure treated wood, or cedar you have a few options. the pergola material you choose determines the pergola price , the style, the maintenance needs, and how long your pergola will last.
pressure-treated pine and cedar are great choices for a pergola. they are treated with a copper based pesticide that prevents it from rotting and repels insects. besides, its considerably cheaper than other types of wood. the only problem is that the treatment leaves little indentations in the wood that are visible upon painting or staining.
timber selection pergola and carport framing exposed to the weather, including posts fixed above ground, shall be either preservative treated pine, durability class 1 or 2 hardwood, or cypress. posts embedded in the ground shall be in-ground durability class 1 hardwood, preservative treated pine or cypress sapwood free .
timber pergolas can create a natural feel with their solid appearance and great flexibility allowing for more freedom in incorporating the character and style of your home. by combining the finest treated pine or hardwood, either stained or painted, and will not only add to the value of your home but add to the value of your lifestyle.
pine pergola sold 2800 x 2800 mm this white pine pergola was installed at a residence in robina, gold coast which backs onto the glades golf course. the timber pergola was designed to fit the existing concrete slab. designed with additional battons to create extra shade for the entertainment area.
it depends on the overall value of your house and neighborhood. if you are planning to stay there forever, go cedar. if you're gonna sell the house, and fear you might not get your money back from the pergola, then stick with treated pine.
the least expensive timber pergolas come in kit form. as a rough guide, say you want a 5 metre long by 3 metre deep timber pergola. depending on what you choose it might cost:* $2250 if it's made from treated pine and has no roof; $2580 if it's made from Seven Trust and has no roof; $2550 if it is made from treated pine and has a standard colorbond roof
timber treatment information. most of the timber used in pergolas and decking substructure is cca dar treated pine. cca treated timber is pressure treated and designed for use in outdoor areas or areas of increased moisture or insect habitation.
special care is taken to seal end cuts on timber decking; double joists are used where end cuts meet to ensure proper fastening and preventing splitting ends; long lasting and treated for moisture resistance; the best advice on choosing the right pergola for your project.
structural treated pine is for external above ground structural use. each piece of structural timber is treated for borers, termites and is able to be subjected to moderate wetting in a well ventilated area for up to 20 years. please refer to your local building codes and regulations for required treatment types and levels.
at osheas we provide a range of timber decking supplies suited for outdoor construction projects including decks, pergolas, and more. a wide range of decking timber species is available ex-stock and as order-in. we stock and deliver re-dried treated pine, cypress pine, oregon, australian hardwood, and merbau, among others. see details below:
each piece of structural timber is treated for borers, termites and is able to be subjected to moderate wetting in a well ventilated area for up to 20 years. please refer to your local building codes and regulations for required treatment types and levels. common uses for structural pine are decking sub floor, pergolas and fencing.