GenDECK™ (ACQ H3.2 treated timber) is a new standard in decking timber available now exclusively from Western ITM in Auckland. It's better for you and better for the environment!
WHAT IS GenDECK™ | GenDECK™ is treated with ACQ (a waterborne, Alkaline Copper Quaternary preservative) an arsenic and chrome free alternative to using CCA treated timber. The AQC preservative system was developed to provide long-term protection of wood exposed in exterior applications and is particularly suited for use in many backyard and commercial projects such as decks, fences, furniture and landscaping.
When you use ACQ treated timber for your project, there will be minimal leaching of chemicals out of the timber into the environment around you. This creates a pine timber that has similar advantages to hardwoods, bringing pine back into mainstream construction.
APPEARANCE | Initially GenDECK™ has a greenish appearance; this will weather to a honey brown colour before fading to a driftwood grey after exposure to the elements. GenDECK™ is ACQ treated timber and can be painted or stained to match most outdoor colour schemes. Always follow the paint manufacturer’s recommendations.
ACQ treated timber and can be painted or stained to match most outdoor colour schemes. Always follow the paint manufacturer’s recommendations.
ETHICALLY SOURCED | GenDECK™ is produced from Sustainable and Renewable New Zealand Radiata Pine and approved for use in New Zealand Standard NZS3640 for use in Hazard Class application H3.2. This means that when you purchase GenDECK™ from one of our three Auckland stores, you can rest assured knowing you’re making the ethical choice for your construction project, and supporting local New Zealand pine growers.
WARRANTY | ACQ H3.2 treated pine comes complete with a 50-year treatment warranty.
To discover more about the benefits of GenDECK™ contact our Sales Representative Cassie Polglase...
AVAILABLE PROFILES | GenDECK™ is available in 2 profiles 100x40mm and 150x40mm (smooth 4 sides)
Building a Deck? Click here to download the latest How to Build a Deck guide or you can pick up a hard copy of this in your local Western ITM.