CCA Treatment

CCA Stands for Copper Chromium Arsenate. This treatment was designed specifically to protect timber from the attack of insects such as termites as well as the decay of fungus like dry rot etc. It has been more successful with soft wood such as Radiata Pine because...

Rocks and Pebbles

There’s no doubt that the use of rocks and pebbles in your landscape will increase the character as well as the function of your garden, it’s a big reason as to why they are becoming more popular in their use, with a wide range of colours and sizes available today....

Concrete or Paving, Which is Best?

Concrete or paving, which is better?     Many people ask me which of these two is better, I simply have to answer them that it’s not really a matter of which one is better but more to do with the theme that they are trying to create in their landscape...

Timber Types, What should you use?

    Treated Timber has been used for many years now and for a while we were able to get CCA treated hardwood, it’s not available now though for the following reason. The difference is that Softwood is what we call Open Grain timber and Hardwood is a...