No matter the size and style of your outdoor living space, the addition of a well-constructed deck will not only give you a sunny spot in which to enjoy the sunshine, but also add value to your property.
Imagine the warmth of a timber deck underfoot, a couple of comfy chairs to relax in and a small table on which to put your coffee cup or wine glass…heaven!
The Deckhead knows that the key to durable, hard-wearing decking is to start with a great foundation on which to create a solid structure. That’s why he uses the best quality materials and equipment to give your deck an appealing finish that will last a lifetime.
Why choose The Deckhead for your timber decking?
Fully qualified, insured and with a heap of experience, The Deckhead knows decks! Servicing all of Melbourne’s western suburbs, he’ll help you visualise and design your deck to take full advantage of winter sun, cooling summer breezes and your views.
And, in order to reduce the impact of commercial timber use on our environment, The Deckhead uses and recommends composite decking; a tough, durable wood chip and plastic blended material that requires very little maintenance and dramatically reduces the amount of timber needing to be cut.
Which materials should I use for my timber decking?
Depending on your decking budget, timeframe and desired finish, The Deckhead will recommend, supply and built your deck using a range of timbers and fixings.
The Deckhead uses and recommends:
Composite decking timber – a bonded mixture of wood fibres and plastics, composite timber is stronger and more durable than pure timber. It’s also less likely to split or crack, is more resistant to pests, stains and fading, and needs pretty much zero maintenance! Using up to 95% recycled materials in its composition, it’s also much better for the planet. Composite timber is perfect for harsh Australian weather conditions!
Merbau timber – a hardwood from South East Asia, the colour and grain of Merbau means it’s popular for a decking and other timber projects. We use certified Merbau, meaning the timber we use on your deck has been legally cut from well-managed forests, therefore reducing the impact of your decking on our natural environment.
How do I get a new deck from The Deckhead?
Simply give Rhys a call!
As a qualified carpenter and decking specialist, Rhys will run you through the options and requirements for your decking project, supply you with a quote and get on with the job.
Specialising in decking work in Melbourne’s west, The Deckhead covers South Kingsville, Newport, Yarraville, Seddon, Spotwood, Point Cook, Tarneit, Truganina, Hoppers Crossing, Werribee and surrounding suburbs.