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 is 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.
H3Chemically 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.
H4Treated to protect against terminates, weather and moisture. Used
outdoors in ground. Such as post supports and pine sleepers.
H5Treated for extreme exposure to fresh water (usually gound water)
H6Treated for prolonged immersion in sea water


F5-11Visually 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 10Machine graded. MGP 10, is most common but they range from MGP10 to MGP15. MGP is typically stiffer than its equivalent in
visual grading.
MGP10 vs F5These 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.


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