Product Description

Balau Decking comes in a range of sizes and finishes.
Prices from £6.40 per linear meter.
Also available as a grooved board, call for details.
Please call 01646 682738 to discuss your needs.

Balau Decking SPAR (21x145mm)

£6.40 per lm (ex. VAT)
Pricing Ex VAT
Price per Linear Metre £6.40
Price per Square Metre £41.60

Please note: When calculating the sq. metre price for our decking, we have allowed for a 10mm gap between boards.

Board Lengths

Balau is supplied in lengths from 2.4m to 4.3m.

Please allow for a small amount of waste when ordering.

If you require a specific board lengths, please call 01646 682738 to check the availability before placing your order.

Delivery

We can deliver anywhere in the UK.

Mainland England and Wales – standard delivery charge £79.00.

For Scotland, Ireland (Northern and Republic) and outlying areas of the UK we will need to quote for delivery. Please call 01646 682738 or read our shipping information for more details.

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Product Details

£6.40 per lm (ex. VAT)

Total Price

£6.40
(ex. VAT)

Need some help or advice?

Call us today on 01646 682738 to get your free no-obligation advice from our expert carpenters.

Balau is generally considered to be the premium decking timber. Hard-wearing, knot-free and very beautiful Balau ticks all of the boxes.

Somewhat Similar in appearance to Mahogany or high grade cedar, this multi-toned hardwood is naturally resistant to all types of fungal attack and due to it’s incredible density Balau was originally used for decking on ships where durability is crucial.

Although the cost is a little more than standard softwood decking, in this case it is worth the investment. Balau will last for many years and the wow factor created by this high end timber is priceless.

Balau should be oiled after fitting with a high quality UV  deck oil and extra care should be taken with the end grain to avoid splitting,

Balau is a natural product and although mostly knot free, it often has some small pin holes which are natural for this species and will not affect the timber.