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KAPUR - 140 x 19mm R/L Decking Random Length, Select Grade, 1.8 - 5.7m

KAPUR - 140 x 19mm R/L Decking Random Length, Select Grade, 1.8 - 5.7m

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KAPUR - 140 x 19mm  R/L Decking Random Length, Select Grade, 1.8 - 5.7m

R/L = Random lengths. Sold in one meter increments. Set lengths are not available.

Kapur timber is highly suitable for decking because of its inherent durability.

Not only does it provide an attractive finish with its complex grain, but it is also prized because it withstands the effects of weather much better than many other timber species.

Kapur is a large South East Asian hardwood with a broad range of applications including general construction and as an internal and external finishing material.

Kapur wood exhibits a class 2 durability, making it ideal for use in general construction. It makes an attractive material for flooring and staircases. The timber is also highly prized for external joinery, in particular for door and window sills, as it is resistant to decay when fully exposed to the weather.

This timber is not recommended for in-ground use (durability in ground class 3). Often preferred for external decking, it can also be used to create sturdy outdoor furniture.

Kapur wood requires no finishing and will not rot when left outdoors where rain and sun will damage other lesser quality woods. Left untreated, kapur will weather to a soft warm shade of gray similar to the weathering of teak. It can also been used decoratively to create internal fittings, plywood, joinery and lining, as it displays a striking figure.

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J
Jayesh
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Provided list of trades and job got done
Was very hard to find trades nowadays