Eco Friendly Decking Options


Accoya® wood is FSC certified and has class leading environmental credentials such as Cradle to Cradle™ Gold certification by the highly prestigious McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry (MBDC) organization. Watch a quick video on Accoya's amazing positive environmental impact and listen here to the Cradle to Cradle founder himself.


We offer Jarrah PEFC certified along with its low tendency for splintering or bleeding it is a popular decking choice.

Pilularis (Blackbutt)

We offer Blackbutt PEFC certified from Coastal New South Wales in Australia.

Vitex (Community Based Logging)

Community-based logging is an approach where the local communities and villages mill the timber themselves. The bonuses of this method are less impact from heavy machinery and more money being returned to the local economy. Vitex is a durable timber from the Solomon Islands that bleeds less than Kwila. However, it is shorter and generally, comes in 1.8 to 3.6M lengths with an average of 2.4M.

Yellow Cedar

This species is very durable and commonly used across North America for decking. Grown on the West Coast of Alaska and Canada in responsibly managed forests it is more ecologically friendly than tropical timbers. It is currently available in Dressing Grade which allows more defects, mainly sound, and intergrown knots.