NZ Timber Flooring & Decking
When so many different timbers are available for timber flooring and decking, it can be an overwhelming choice for someone who is building a new home, renovating or extending. We like to make the choice easier by explaining why NZ Timbers is the best timber flooring or decking option available. Sourcing Eco-friendly timber is a big deal for us. Any timber you buy from Pro Lumber has not come from New Zealand native forest or rain forests overseas.
NZ Timber Flooring
There is a wide range of timber available for flooring. We focus on four types of flooring timbers; Eucalyptus, NZ Natives, Recycled Timbers and Exotic Timber. These timbers come from a variety of places within New Zealand but all our flooring timbers are from sustainable sources such as trees that need to be removed or buildings due for demolition. We take recycle unwanted timber, clean it up, mill and machine it to the size you require for a great-looking, durable timber floor that you can proudly own, knowing that it didn’t come from a rain forest in another country. Read more about timber flooring here.
NZ Timber Decking
It’s an unfortunate fact that many of the decks built in New Zealand are using timber sourced from rain forests clear-felled in distant countries at the expense of rare and endangered animals and indigenous people who are being forcibly shifted from their habitats and ancestral lands. All our decking timber is New Zealand grown and from sustainable, Eco-friendly sources such as shelter belts and trees that have become unstable or a danger to the people around them. Some of the best timber for decking is available right here in New Zealand.
NZ Timber Weatherboards
NZ Timbers specialise in a range of quality timber weatherboards for house cladding. Lawsons Cypress and Macrocarpa are our most common timber weatherboard. Timber weatherboards from NZ Timbers are harvested only from from MAF-certified, eco-friendly, sustainably harvested plantations or forests. If you purchase weatherboard timber from NZ Timbers, you can do so with a clear conscience, knowing that it has not destroyed a natural habitat. Read more about timber weatherboards here.