In South Africa, you need to use very specific building materials due to the wide range of weather patterns all over the land. CCA wood building materials will always be your go-to solution when looking for wood to use in construction. It not only protects the wood from harsh weather conditions, but also against most insects that could possibly inflict damage to a construction.
Why use Eucalyptus wood building materials?
We’re all familiar with the products that the Eucalyptus tree brings us, like essential oil and of course a natural habitat for Koala’s in Australia (Where the Eucalyptus tree are originally from). But lately, Eucalyptus has been used for structural purposes due to the massive benefits it consists of.
So what are the benefits you ask?
- Provides structural support for buildings as Eucalyptus is classified as a hardwood.
- Eucalyptus is available in a variety of sizes.
- It can be CCA Treated to prevent insect and weather damage to your wood.
- It’s sustainable, versatile, beautiful, and gives a natural finish to any project.
Eucalyptus timber has been used for hundreds of years for many things (Even to carve out didgeridoo by native Australians). But for now, we want to talk about the timber as a building material in South Africa, which leads to our next topic…
CCA treated Wood Building Materials:
At Sabie Poles we have a wide range of CCA wood materials, but here’s a list of most commonly asked for building materials. You are welcome to inquire about additional building materials and products by contacting us from our website.
Roofing timber and prices:
When choosing roofing timber you need to make sure that they are not only weather-resistant but also strong enough to last decades.
As a result, CCA Treated eucalyptus wood is perfect as a building material for roofs. Eucalyptus is a strong, durable material that is guaranteed to last for a decade when treated with CCA, the roof may even last a lifetime if it is installed properly.
At Sabie Poles, we supply building materials for roof trusses and any other structural timber you might need.
If you are looking for prices you can just head on over to our price list.
Poles and prices:
Treated eucalyptus and pine poles can be used for various construction projects. At this point, a few that comes to mind is log cabins, garden beds, and fences. Because Eucalyptus is classified as a hardwood, you can be sure that the durability and strength will be sufficient for any building project!
We supply various sizes and cuts of eucalyptus and pine, which also include droppers for fencing projects. You can view all our sizes and prices on our previous blog post
CCA Treated Pole Sizes @SabiePoles :
We supply various sizes and lengths poles.
Thickness : 50mm/75mm, the maximum length of 8.4m
The Thickness 75mm/100mm, the maximum length of 10m
Thickness 100mm/125mm, the maximum length of 15m
The Thickness 125mm/150mm, the maximum length of 15m
Cladding CCA wood building material and prices:
Timber cladding as a building material is sought after because of all the benefits it holds.
A few of the benefits to timber cladding include:
- Aesthetically pleasing to the eye
- Renewable Source
- Gives the building a “natural finish”
- Ease of repair
This is just to name a few of the benefits that come with timber cladding! We love supplying building materials such as these, and see the end-product for ourselves.
Decking CCA Wood Building Material and prices:
Did you know that a Eucalyptus tree naturally grows straight? This makes it perfect for decking timber because it is already mostly straight. The Eucalyptus tree’s color naturally resembles Mahoganny, but is much less prone to splintering and chipping. This is good news when you’re building a deck outside or even for flooring inside!
Finally lets review a brief summary of why you should use CCA Treated Eucalyptus wood for your flooring and decking needs:
- Less splintering and chipping
- Insect and weather resistant
- Reacts well with most stains and varnishes
These are but a few benefits that Eucalyptus decking timber provides.
A wide range of sizes are available.
25mm / 38mm / 50mm – 76mm
25mm – 228mm
1.2m – 6.6m (Increments of 300mm)
Additional Extra long finger-jointed treated timber sizes are also available at Sabie Poles.
Sabie Poles courier all over Southern Africa. We’d love to hear from you!
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