How Much Is Wood In south Africa

What is Wood?

Wood is a porous and fibrous structural tissue found in the stems and roots of trees and other woody plants. It is an organic material – a natural composite of cellulose fibers that are strong in tension and embedded in a matrix of lignin that resists compression.

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How Much Does Timber Cost In South Africa

BEECH – PINK R71.25 R19,000.00

BEECH (EUROPEAN) – WHITE R67.50

CHERRY PRIME R135.00

EASY CLIP + SCREW (loose) R2.05

GEELHOUT R97.50

HARDEPEER R93.75

HICKORY R75.00

IROKO R168.15

JAKARANDA 1.0m – 1.9m R39.38

JELUTONG (304mm) R197.60

KIAAT ALL BROWN R74.10

KIAAT BROWN AND WHITE R63.75

LAMINATION PER M2 R400.00

MAHOGANY R27,500.00

What is the best wood for decking in South Africa?

Choosing the best wood for your decking should be based on its lifespan and durability; Balau wood is the best choice for decking due to its strength and functionality. Balau originates from Malaysia and is a hardwood that is renowned for construction use in South Africa.

How much does a wooden deck cost in South Africa?

Wooden decking costs between R950 and R1300 per square meter.

Wooden decking is a popular option since it appears natural and complements your garden.

Wooden decking of good quality should last for two to three decades.

How much does it cost to build a deck in South Africa?

Timber decks range from R950.00 per m2 for Pine decking. The costs for a hardwood deck such as the Teak range from R1,100.00 to R1,300.00 per m2. These prices are subject to a site inspection and include the supply and installation of your deck, but exclude VAT.

Why is timber good for decking?

Timber decking has a classic appearance and durability that makes it perfect for a variety of outside applications–especially for a beautiful new wooden deck.

Moreover, some decks are more water-resistant and durable than others.

What is timber furniture?

Today, modern furniture is mostly made using compressed wood or plywood.

Traditionally our carpenters have used solid wood without much processing or industrial alteration to make furniture.

There are two main classifications – Hardwood and Softwood, based on their strength and is determined by their wood density.

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