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This home decor species is ideal for your furniture needs!

It is a well-known fact that timber is the most sought-after and ideal wood for construction and building needs. Be it ease of workability, affordability, non-toxic nature, safety, finish or durability, it is more often than not, the way to go when one needs a high-quality and dependable material. 

Even better, the option of treated pine variants involves the impregnation of protective chemicals and preservatives into the bulk of timber for better durability and protection against rot and decay. 

While these forms are pretty much renowned throughout the world, Australia has two very fine species of them that have set global standards and are two of the best wood possible for Australian homes:

The Tasmanian Oak and Victorian Ash

These two forms are derived from two very similar variants of the eucalypt: Eucalyptus delegatensis, Eucalyptus oblique and Eucalyptus regnans (Tasmanian Oak, sourced from Tasmania); and Eucalyptus delegatensis and Eucalyptus regnans respectively (VIC Ash, sourced from Victoria). It is worth noting that there is quite a bit of similarity between the two. These similarities typically include:

  • Extremely long-lasting and possesses high resilience
  • Highly workable
  • Renowned for their beautiful finish
  • Versatile; applicable in a wide range of applications

Differences between the two

The primary differences between these two variants can be summarised into the following categories:

  • Colour and tones
  • Grain structure
  • Veneer

The Victorian Special for Your Home

As mentioned previously, the Victorian Ash Timber is derived from 2 variants of Eucalyptus in the state of Victoria: Eucalyptus regnans (Mountain Ash) and Eucalyptus delegatensis (Alpine Ash).   

It is a hardwood species whose colour is typically straw, pale brown or light pink. 

Benefits of this stunning timber

The various benefits of this absolutely amazing piece of building material include:

  • Very strong and stable
  • Extremely good overall workability
  • Suitable for attachment, sanding, finishing, lamination and glueing
  • High aesthetic appeal
  • Resistant to shock
  • Very affordable
  • Ideal for indoor furniture applications
  • Easy maintenance

Applications of the VIC wood for homes

This Victorian wood has several applications that have made it supremely useful and popular for residents all across. Some of the main applications are:

  • Floors
  • Decking
  • Pergolas
  • Gazebos
  • Staircases
  • Handrails
  • Garden benches
  • Window frames
  • Doors
  • Balcony railings
  • Cabinets

As it is quite evident, there are numerous useful applications of the products in households. No wonder that timber supply companies are always in high demand at all times of the year! 

Melbourne Timber Supplies: Premier Suppliers in Melbourne

We are a leading local supplier who aims to make a difference with our blend of high quality and low price. We also believe in offering an unmatched customer experience and guidance by our experts even after the delivery of your supplies. 

We provide the best quality of wood decor products through Melbourne and surrounding areas and have carved an excellent reputation for ourselves in providing quality and price like no other! 

We have the ideal customised product for all your needs! Just get in touch with us and our staff will help you in picking the wood that suits your needs the most!

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