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At Townsville Decking Specialists, our team of builders can talk to you about any home renovation project you are considering. Decks is our speciality, however we have the capability to discuss full reno’s as well…!
We are committed to providing our customers with a custom built decking which is tailored to their specific needs and that compliments their existing property and landscape. We use a variety of timbers, such as merbau timber, ekodeck and spotted gum, to design and install your in your garden or patio. We want to bring your outdoor living space to life!
Our deck builders are highly skilled, experienced, and licensed to operate in the state of Queensland. To enhance the utility and beauty of the deck, our experts incorporate balustrades and stairs into it. We work closely with all our customers so you have a full understanding of what we can offer, so you can decide on the design, colour, and shape of your deck.
With our vast experience in the construction industry, our team of builders and carpenters can design decks, pergolas and verandahs that are durable and easy to maintain. We also pay make sure provide attention the finest details to ensure your decking is built to withstand the elements.
Feel free to browse our site to see what services we can offer!
Timber decking is an essential extension of your living space, and it is commonly used in the outdoors, kitchen, and entertainment areas. Our project managers will always consult with you to understand your needs before any job goes ahead.
As an extension of your living space, floors allow you to entertain yourself freely. Note that decks are versatile in terms of shapes, sizes, and colours maximize the utility of your deck, it is vital to choose a floor that fits your needs.
We offer hardwood decking, softwood decking, and composite decking. Our decking services are unique, and we believe that you will get a service that can fit your style and budget.
Although timber decks have a natural look, they can crack and fade if they are not appropriately maintained.
At Townsville Decking Specialists, we are committed to making a custom deck tailored to your needs. We have a variety of timbers, such as merbau timber and spotted gum, and you can make your choice based on your preference.
These guys are great. They installed our new garden decking and we are delighted, the service was professional and efficient from the start. Would recommend to anyone looking to renovate”
Linda M. Aitkenvale
At Townsville Decking Specialists, we are committed to provide our customers high-quality composite decking services for their residential and commercial requirements. We are committed to providing excellent services, and we ensure that we supply and install valuable and durable products.
Composite decking is one of the most commonly used flooring materials. In case you are interested in a low maintenance deck, then we recommend composite decking to you. Our deck builders can custom design it to match your tastes and styles.
At Townsville Decking Specialists, we value customers’ views, and we always consult with them to devise practical solutions that suit their decking needs.
Our composite decking comes with a 10-25 year guarantee. More importantly, our decks are durable, flexible, and sustainable.
We stock all types of composites for residential and commercial needs. We supply, install, and maintain all sorts of composite decks in the Queensland area.
“We cannot thank the team at Townsville Decking Specialists enough for our new composite patio they installed. They completed the job within 2 days and it was at a great price. Thanks again!”
Janice G. Garbutt
Townsville Decking provides high-quality decking services to commercial and residential homeowners. Our deck builders have experience in creating top decks to make your swimming pool look stylish.
Our carpenters have years of experience designing and installing decks around new and existing swimming pools.
Our Pool Decking Materials
At Townsville Decking, we use a variety of decking materials to ensure that we meet your custom requirements. Here is a summary of our decking materials.
- Timber Wood
Timber decking is commonly used because of its natural beauty and affordability. At Townsville Decking, our patio builder is familiar with different timbers, and they can construct a pool deck that fits your home.
If the floor around your pool is irregular, don’t worry; our experts have vast experience in decking building, and they can install the deck off the ground.
We understand that timber decking requires regular maintenance to prevent colour loss and weathering. Our patio builder can stain and repair your wooden deck to make it beautiful and durable.
- Composite wood
A composite deck resembles timber but doesn’t need regular maintenance. Also, it is vital to note that composite decks neither fade nor rot even if exposed to sun or water.
- Low maintenance
A composite deck doesn’t require regular maintenance, and you only need soap and water to clean its surface.
- Friendly to barefoot
- Resistant to stains
- Faster installation
Verandahs and Pergolas
At Townsville Decking Specialists we are committed to constructing high-quality verandahs and pergolas for your home. Our verandah builders have experience in the building industry for many years and highly qualified in the trade.
As a homeowner, it is vital to understand the difference between a pergola and a verandah. Note that a verandah is a structure that is attached to your house while a pergola is a standalone building.
All our verandahs have roofs, and their role is to improve the value of your home and provide an outdoor living space.
Verandahs can be constructed from many materials. We use both hardwood and softwood to build your verandah. After installation, we paint or stain a verandah to make it attractive.
How Much Will A New Decking Cost?
A range of variables will affect the total outlay of your deck:
- Size of the area
- Type of material used (timber/softwood/hardwood/ composite)
- If you include stairs, a balustrade, verandahs and pergolas
- Foundations to be built on (soil type can affect this)
- Council permit costs (if any)
- If the area is elevated/ slanted then this can create challenges in the built and add further expense/ labour costs
Most customers will normally see costs of around
- $200 per m2 for treated pine decks
- $320+ per m2 for hardwood timber
- $350+ per m2 for composite
- $800+ per m2 for deck with roofing and/or stairs
- $1000+ for elevated cyclone rated decking
Is decking a good idea?
Decking is a splendid way to extend your building’s living space. Typically, it offers an extra social space ideal for children playing, entertaining, dining, or relaxing. Simply put, it’s one of the most attractive additions that can be made to a home.
Is decking cheaper than paving?
The cost of decking material is lower than that of paving material. Moreover, the construction cost of decking is lower than paving.
However, the maintenance cost of pavers is less than decks. Besides, pavers may never need replacement like decks.
What is the best decking material?
Both wooden decks and composite decks are currently popular options for decking. But the best decking material should perfectly suit your space. Therefore, you need to strike a balance/compromise between budget, ease of maintenance, climate, and overall aesthetic.
Our recommended choice is composite decking due to the durability and wooden like feel you get from it, with a fraction of the maintenance.
How long will my deck last?
The lifespan of decks depends on the type on the types of materials. For instance, softwood decks will last up to 15 years or more, while hardwood decks will last up to 20 years. However, the important thing is the deck substructure. Timber rails can last up 25 years when treated well.
How do you fix scratches on a deck?
Both wood and composite can scratch, though the tendency is higher in wood than in composite. Moving furniture or heavy play is the primary cause of scratches on decking boards. The solution varies with the manufacturer and type of scratches.
While scratches might make your deck ugly, it is advisable not to repair them because, over time, they blend in with the rest of the deck. However, your composite deck has a noticeable scratch use a soldering iron to level the scratch as well as blend it with other parts of the deck.
Alternatively, you can touch up small scratches, and scuffs use a tough-up concealer.
For wood deck boards, you can paint or stain the deck.
For deeper scratches or substantial damage on the deck, a replacement me be required.
Is it possible to restore the decking colour?
Decking will lose its colour over time. But it is easy to restore colour if the deck with a new lick of paint and sealer to protect it… However, the selection of the paint matters:
- Oil or paraffin paints are a better option if you don’t want the wood decks to absorb moisture and soak up with water.
- Paint using one that has UV blockers to preventing fading or loss of colour from your decks.
- To protect your decks from wood-eating bugs, use paints laced with insecticides.
If you choose to restore the colour of your deck, ensure that use a stain-blocking oil or an alkyd primer before painting.
And when you apply the paint, use a paint roller or pump-style sprayer. Ensure you get an even coat while painting.
With Townsville Decking Specialists, we guarantee honest and upfront pricing from the start,
and ensure no hidden costs further down the track.
Contact Us Now
So if you’re in the Townsville area and looking to renovate your garden, pool or outdoor living area, then give us a call to book in a free consulation. We specialise in timber, composite, and pool decking, as well as the design and installation of verandahs and pergolas.
We cover all of the Townsville region, including Garbutt, Condon, West End, Ravenswood and more.
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