Merbau Decking Finger Joint
- Merbau is one of the few bushfire-resistant timber species that meets Australian Standard AS3959.
- It finishes well with paint, stain, and polish although gum bleed is a possibility
- As so known as Kwila, Ipil, Vesi, Johnstone River Teak or Scrub Mahogany
Merbau hardwood decking is highly regarded for its exceptional natural durability and strength. This makes it a top choice for a wide range of applications including engineering, construction, and even marine projects. When it comes to preservation, Merbau proves its mettle by being naturally resistant to termites. It also seasons beautifully, either through kiln or air-drying methods. This means you’ll see minimal degradation and very little shrinkage or movement.Importantly, Merbau is one of the select timber species that are resistant to bushfires, meeting the stringent Australian Standard AS3959. This makes it a standout choice for those seeking both quality and safety in their decking material.”