Timber for framing carpenters, MGP10, F5, H2 & H3 treated.
Structural Products: Pine, LVL Beams, Hyjoist I Beams, Yellow Tongue flooring, wet area
flooring and exterior claddings.
Fitout: Doors & Jambs, architraves, skirting, ceda wall panels and hardwood flooring, all
available for delivery throughout Sydney metro.
|Untreated (clear)||This timber has no chemical treating and is unprotected against termites and weather.|
|H2 (T2 termi-Blue)||Chemically treated for termites. Used indoors and above ground|
typically in residential construction. This timber should not be
exposed to weather for prolonged periods.
|H3||Chemically treated for termites and weather decay. Used outdoors|
and above ground to build structures like pergolas and decks. This
timber should not be sitting in water or in the ground.
|H4||Treated to protect against terminates, weather and moisture. Used|
outdoors in ground. Such as post supports and pine sleepers.
|H5||Treated for extreme exposure to fresh water (usually gound water)|
|H6||Treated for prolonged immersion in sea water|
|F5-11||Visually graded timber. F5 is the most common and used for|
residential construction. Common grades F5, F7, F11 but range
from F4 to F34, higher the grade the stiffer the timber.
|MGP 10||Machine graded. MGP 10, is most common but they range from MGP10 to MGP15. MGP is typically stiffer than its equivalent in|
|MGP10 vs F5||These are the two most common grades in structural framing timer|
timber for Sydney.
MGP10 – is technically the better grade and is typically straighter
and stronger. Two storey structures can be built with an MGP10
rating, which is stamped on to every piece of timber.
F5 – Only visually graded, usually has a more knots and therefore
technically not as strong. Technically only single storey houses
should be built using F5 grade, although this is rarely if ever
enforced. F5 is a little cheaper than MGP10 and often comparable
in quality to MGP10.