Spotted gum is a premium native Australian hardwood, which is often used for structural applications, both internally and externally. It’s a popular choice within the building industry for its pleasing aesthetic finish, as well as its durability and strength.
The spotted gum species can also be used for engineering applications such as bridges, wharfs and sleepers. It’s also a common choice of timber for stairs, floor joists, and decorative exposed timbers.
Queensland spotted gum is a very popular choice for decks and flooring.
Swadlings are a proud stockist of Parkside Spotted Gum who’s structural and joinery products are graded to the highest Australian structural grade of F27. Their versatility allows the product to not only be used for structural applications but also with our internal joinery grade.
Parkside F Parkside F27 is naturally insect and decay resistant, with an ACQ H3 treatment used to help prevent any durability concerns with sapwood inclusive products. It’s also rated as a Class 1 (above ground) timber with regards to durability.
This F27 range has a joint strength group of JD1 and is certified by internationally recognised PEFC, denoting that all products are sourced from sustainably managed forests.
ACQ H3 treatment
Manufactured to comply with AS 2082-2000
Spotted Gum is fire rated to BAL 29
Chain of Custody as per AS 4707-2008 PEFC / AFS