A timber fence is a great investment for your property. It provides security and privacy, while also adding to the aesthetics of your home. Lifetime Timbers has been supplying the Sunshine Coast quality timber for fences at affordable rates for over 30 years.
Supplying quality timber for fences at competitive rates and can deliver from Gympie to Strathpine.
We offer a variety of timber and can cut to size for your convenience, we can also offer trade accounts (upon application approval).
We recommend the following Wood for Fences
Please note: images are for example purposes, fencing timber will vary in colour & look.
Radiata Pine takes stain or paint well, so you can make your deck any colour you like.
It’s grown to become one of the most popular decking timbers because it is one of the least expensive options and can make a great looking deck.
The “H” (Hazard) rating will tell you if its suitable for outdoor use and if posts can come in contact with the ground, we can help you choose the “H” rating for your decking, joists, posts & other components.
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Spotted gum, like jarrah and blackbutt, is a good choice for bushfire prone areas.
It has a durability rating of 2, which makes it a good timber for decking. Spotted gum is often plantation grown in Australia, making it a good choice from an environmental standpoint.
It has greater colour variations than blackbutt, ranging from a pale brown to chocolate brown. Spotted gum is a dense timber that shrinks very little compared with other timbers. It has low tannin content, so doesn’t “bleed” like some native timbers do.
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Iron bark timber is a dense wood with very little grain pattern or texture.
Iron bark timber is one of the hardest timbers in Australia which makes it ideal for outdoor fencing, furniture and other hardwearing products.
It has an attractive light to dark brown color and it is often used in flooring, paneling, furniture and cabinetry.
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Blackbutt is another highly fire resistant timber.
An Australian native, blackbutt has a lovely pale brown colour and unlike some other native species, the colour is fairly consistent.
Blackbutt can be stained if desired. It can check (crack) if left unsealed, so should be sealed as soon as possible and resealed periodically.
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