Hong Ye Singapore Best Timber Decking

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Hong Ye’s decking comes in a range of sizes, finishes and in various type of timber (including Chengal, Ironwood, Premium Kumasi Rosewood, Burmese Teak), giving you the ability to create residential or commercial projects that combine both style and function.

Our decking is easy to install, and looks great in any setting. Whether you are using it for pool decking, planter decking, balcony decking or for a large entertaining platform, it will ...

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Quality Timber Decking in Singapore

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You will be amazed how a good quality Timber Decking can transform your backyard into a stunning outdoor living area or your home into a sustainable green living space. With our imaginative custom built decking designs, any part of your house can be the striking feature of your home, creating a feeling of wide expanses that embraces the outdoors. You don’t need a big space with grand outdoor structures like gazebos.

As one of ...

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Trellis

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trellis

/ˈtrɛlɪs/

noun

1. a structure or pattern of latticework, esp one used to support climbingplants

2.an arch made of latticework verb (transitive)

3.to interweave (strips of wood, etc) to make a trellis

4.to provide or support with a trellis

trellis

/ˈtrɛlɪs/

 

Trellises are frequently seen in Singapore, used to provide support to polycarbonate pieces for attractive roofing at homes and even at offices.

Polycarbonate solution provides good acoustical insulation and maximise your outdoor living space and lifestyle. The advantage of polycarbonate roofing and awning is its high impact resistance being practically unbreakable in some instances as its material is much tougher than glass. Polycarbonate roofing and awning is an easy and simple way to build the perfect look for your ...

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All things Timber

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Secure.  Elegant.   Timeless.

  • Weather resistant
  • Stain resistant
  • Lightweight
  • Won’t splinter or rot
  • It’s the real deal — authentic; has a natural warmth
  • Smells good
  • Looks natural, because it is
  • Some types of wood — often softwoods — can be among the most inexpensive decking material available
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Vinyl VS Laminate Baywindow

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The main benefits of laminate for baywindow are the affordability and easy maintenance. Laminate is cheap because it is a largely manmade material that’s easily mass produced using cheap materials. It’s easy to clean and care for because of the thick and clear wear layer that covers the surface of the product.

 

The only issue is that laminate aren’t completely waterproof. Laminate will react to standing water and strong humidity the same way as solid wood flooring, so it’s okay as ...

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Hong Ye’s Kumasi Deck

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Kumasi Timber has a rich dark brown color with beautiful grain characteristics. if left untreated, Kumasi will if left untreated. It can be oiled or stained to retain its rich brown color.

STRONG, NATURALLY DURABLE, STABLE

 

Kumasi is the strongest and most resilient natural untreated decking material available on the market today. An increasingly popular choice for both commercial and residential decking; it truly is the best decking product available in terms of strength, stability, durability, and natural resistance to decay, wet ...

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Hong Ye’s Chengal

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Hong Ye’s Chengal

  • A common wood choice for outdoor decking in Singapore. Originating from malaysia, chengal has been a well-known tropical hardwood for outdoor decking over the years. It is durable and highly resistant to termite infestation and fungi attacks.

    A unique characteristics of chengal is the small pin-holes caused by ambrosia beetles boring into the living trees.

    One has to note that due to conservation measures implemented to prevent further cutting down of chengal trees, a bulk ...

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Does the thickness of timber for decking REALLY matter?

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We have received a number of customers querying on the topic of the thickness of timber used for decking,  and today we shall answer your queries.

 

FAQ 1: What is the thickness of your wood/timber?

A: The industry standard thickness of timber in Singapore varies from 18-20mm for residential use. Our product thickness is between 20-25mm, depending on the choice of timber used.

 

FAQ 2: I’m concerned about the thickness of the wood, I’ve heard that thicker is better. (i.e.30mm)

A: Thicker timber are ...

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