side grooved pine decking

should decking grooves face up or down? build

what are decking grooves for? the grooves or reeds on a decking board are not there as an anti-slip measure, nor are they there to make your decking look prettier. they are designed to allow for airflow underneath the boards to stop moisture and mould build up.【Get Price】

softwood smooth and grooved decking boards - tate fencing

tanalised treated softwood smooth and grooved decking boards. these deck boards are ex 32mm thick and 125mm wide and are smooth on one side and grooved on the other. this means you have the choice to lay the decking either way, for a smooth deck or a grooved finish. size ex 32x 125mm deck boards available in 3.0m, 3.6m, 4.2m 4.8m lengths【Get Price】

treated pine decking - hipages.com.au

why use treated pine decking? there are some good reasons for using treated pine decking. firstly, treated pine decking is an extremely consistent material as each piece used in the deck is virtually the same dimension. this makes it much easier to ensure that the deck is perfectly straight and level.【Get Price】

softwood decking - metsä wood

our softwood decking boards are available either grooved on both sides or grooved one side, with a smooth surface on the reverse. softwood decking with a 15 year guarantee. our softwood decking is pefc certified and has a 15 year guarantee against rot and fungal decay, subject to correct installation and treatment of cut timber.【Get Price】

tongue & groove decking - s.i. storey lumber

roof decking is southern pine as manufactured by s.i. storey lumber co., inc. it is nominal 2 x 6, 3 x 6, or 4 x 6 in #1 or #2 grade and kiln dried. maximum moisture content is 19% for 2 x 6, 3 x 6 and 4 x 6. decking is machined to a single or double tongue and groove evis pattern. lengths decking pieces may be of specified length or random length.【Get Price】