Wood is the most popular decking material for its aesthetic feel and seamless fit into the natural environment. Radiata pine and Macrocarpa are the most common softwoods for decks in New Zealand as they are widely available and add an elegant and organic feel to your outdoor space.
Hardwoods are long-lasting and are prized for their attractive grains and rich colour. Kwila and Vitex are amongst the most popular hardwoods for decking use in NZ. It’s important to choose hardwoods that are certified sustainable and Zones will give you a full range of options to choose from.
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Eco-decking is made from recycled materials, usually, wood and plastic combined into an eco-friendly material. The wood provides a natural look and feel, while the plastic protects it from moisture. Its maintenance free and non-slip nature makes it popular around pool areas and in entry-ways or access ramps.
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Bamboo is a relatively new style of decking that looks and feels like wood. Bamboo is a strong, durable, versatile and sustainable source for decking. Its beautiful natural grain and properties have an increased demand in New Zealand. Call Zones to speak to a decking expert today.
We ensure that your deck or pergola is built for purpose with factors like how many people will be using the space in line with resource consents and/or height to boundary restrictions. Whether your pergola or opening roof is small, medium or large, we’d love to hear from you.
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