Timber Screening

At Austim, we know a thing or two about screening. It’s the perfect way to create privacy and block out unwanted wind while still allowing cooling breezes to flow through.

Check out our massive 16,000sqm warehouse to browse our screening products and talk to us about your unique project.

Traditional or custom external or internal screening, we have a huge range to suit any look you’re after.

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Jarrah

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  • 90x20mm

  • Pre-oiled and finger jointed

  • Lengths of 2.1m or 4.5m

  • We would recommend maximum unsupported spans of 900mm.

Western red cedar

  • 40x17mm or 65x17mm (other custom sizes available)

  • Lengths of 1.8m to 3.6m

  • We would recommend maximum unsupported spans of 900mm.

Merbau

  • 42x32mm, 70x32mm, 70x42mm, 90x42mm

  • Pencil round and smooth both faces

  • Lengths of 6.0m

  • We would recommend maximum unsupported spans of 900mm.

spotted gum

  • 40x30mm and 90x30mm (other sizes to order)

  • Pencil round and smooth both faces

  • Lengths of 6.0m

  • We would recommend maximum unsupported spans of 900mm.

vulcan

  • 40x18mm, 70x18mm, 40x30mm, 60x30mm and more

  • Fine bandsawn or dressed finish

  • Lengths generally of 1.8m+

  • We would recommend maximum unsupported spans of 900mm.

ironash

  • 65x19mm, 40x32mm, 60x32mm, 80x32mm

  • Pencil round and smooth both faces

  • Lengths of 5.4m

  • We would recommend maximum unsupported spans of 900mm.

pre-primed pine

  • 42x18mm, 66x18mm, 92x18mm, 60x30mm

  • Pencil round and smooth both faces

  • Requires painting

  • Lengths 5.4m

  • We would recommend maximum unsupported spans of 600-900mm.

 

ModWood composite

  • Composite

  • 68x17mm

  • Lengths of 4.8m

  • Available in four colours

  • Maximum span 800mm.

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NEWTECHWOOD COMPOSITE

  • Composite

  • 70x15mm solid

  • 5.4m lengths,

  • Ipe, Silver Grey, Teak

  • Maximum span 900mm

 

Austim are the timber suppliers Perth trusts because we have all the answers when it comes to screening. Want to talk screening? Just ask Austim!