Timber Supplies

Naranbga Timbers Building

Narangba Timbers are premium suppliers of timber products and associated hardware in Queensland and Northern New South Wales.

Narangba Timbers
6:30am – 4:00pm

Yes! We offer local pick up from our Warehouse. Simply place your order online, select 'Local Pickup' and you will be notified when you order is ready. Head on over to collect.

Narangba Timbers

728 Old Gympie Road
Narangba QLD 4504
We deliver throughout South East Qld, Northern NSW and Toowoomba. To check the eligibility and cost of your specific location, make use of our shipping calculator when adding an item to your quote or cart.

If you are outside our current delivery area, contact our team to explore further options.
No! We will deliver 1 stick or a whole truckload.
Absolutely you can and in just a few clicks! On our website, you can add whatever you need for your next project to your 'Quote'. You can add everything you need, even delivery.

Revisit your quote as needed from your account or get it emailed to you directly.
Place your order online anytime for Delivery or Click & Collect.

Phones orders through our Customer Care team are available during open hours.

Onsite orders can be processed through our front office team.
We accept payment through EFT (electronic funds transfer) and Visa/Mastercard over the phone.

For onsite payments, we accept Cash, Credit Cards and EFTPOS.
Yes! If you have an ABN you can apply for a Trade Account and unlock exclusive trade pricing in less than a minute!

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Hardwood and Softwood are different classifications of timber. The type you choose will depend on the project you are working on.

Softwood is better suited for windows, ceilings, feature walls and furniture. Softwood timber is most often Pine.

Hardwood is denser and more durable compared to softwood. That’s why hardwood is the most popular choice for flooring, cladding and outdoor decks and structures. Examples of hardwood timber are merbau, blackbutt, ironbark and spotted gum.
Lineal metres or linear metres are used to measure the length of material in a single direction. In this way, they differ from square metres which refer to the area. One lineal metre is equivalent to one metre. For example, if you order 30LM of decking timber, it does not specify the length of each piece of timber but the overall amount.
There are three main ways timber is rated; hazard levels (H), durability classes and strength ratings (F).

H class ratings determine the hazard level of the timber and the varying levels of chemical treatments used in the processing stage. Hazard ratings are graded from H1 being the lowest to H6 being the highest.

Durability classes assess the natural ability of timber to resist decay and insects. Durability is rated from Class 1 being the most durable to Class 4 being the least.

Strength ratings (F) refer to the timber’s ability to endure stress. The grades begin at F1, the lowest and go beyond F40.

See our timber ratings breakdown.
Timber is treated to protect against natural elements, insects, and fungi.

Different types of timber are treated in different ways. For instance, timber used in housing and landscaping needs to be resistant to insects such as borers and termites while timber used in boats or jetties needs to be resistant to rot and decay.

There are many ways timber is treated ranging from chemical treatments like Copper Chrome Arsenate (CCA), water-based treatments like Alkaline Copper Quaternary (ACQ), oil-based preservatives and vacuum processes.
Most timber is suitable for areas that children frequent with the exclusion of Copper Chrome Arsenate (CCA) treated timber.

Examples of child-safe timber treatments are Alkaline Copper Quaternary (ACQ), Copper Azole (CA), and Light Organic Solvent Preservative (LOSP).

Learn more about treated timber.
When planning projects like decking, fencing, and flooring you need to be certain you buy enough timber and account for any wastage.

Flooring and Decking Calculator

Fencing Calculator

Cladding Calculator
While most of our timber decking is sold in lineal metres, there are some options for set lengths as well. These include some of the traditional favourites as well as our composite products, which are only available in set lengths.

Not sure whether your deck requires lineal metres or set lengths? Our Customer Care team is here to guide you through your timber buying journey and will help you find the right option for your timber decking project.

See our range of decking timber.
When building a deck, the main difference between decking nails and screws is the price and efficiency.

Decking nails are quicker to install and are more cost effective in the short term; however, they may require replacing more often due to rust or deck movement.

On the other hand, decking screws take longer to install but are less likely to need replacing. They are more secure and hardy to elements that cause timber to warp like rain, humidity or heat.
When buying timber for any outdoor projects like garden beds, retaining walls or fences the timber quality needs to be ‘landscape grade’. This means that the cut of timber needs to be stronger and more durable against the natural elements.

Landscape grade timber is often cut around the ‘heart’ (middle) of the tree trunk as this is where the timber is most dense and strong. The timber cut from the heart of the tree will almost always be used as fence posts. The fence palings will be cut from the outer area of the tree trunk. Landscape grade sleepers are only required to have two ‘good’ sides to be up to standard.

When buying landscape grade timber, consider the area and elements it may be exposed to. This will help you choose timber with the right ratings and durability class.
At Narangba Timbers we stock Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) which is a type of engineered timber. Engineered timber is comprised of different cuts of timber glued together so that the grains run in varying directions. This increases the strength of the post. In essence, engineered timber is comprised of ‘real’ timber thus making it real timber.

See our range of engineered timber.
Composite timber is comprised of materials like recycled wood fibres and plastics. Composite timber is manufactured with the purpose of having a longer lifespan than natural timber. It is more resistant to pests, mould, staining, warping and sunlight.

Also known as wood plastic composite or WPC, this is a top choice for any outdoor deck.

See our range of composite decking.
We know, we had no idea the timber universe was so large until we got into it as well!

That’s why we understand it can sometimes feel like you’re reading a foreign language when researching timber for your next project. We’ve made a Timber Glossary to make it easier for you.

View our Timber Glossary.

Still have a question?

Get in touch with our team for further help.

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