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Preservation Treatment Preservation treatment is a process used to protect timber from damage caused by insects, fungi, and other forms of decay. Overall, preservation treatment can provide an effective way to protect timber from damage and extend its lifespan, making it a popular choice for outdoor applications and other projects that require long-lasting durability.
Protection against decay

Preservation treatment can protect timber from decay caused by insects, fungi, and other forms of deterioration.

Extended lifespan

Preservation treatment can extend the lifespan of timber by reducing the risk of decay and damage.

Improved durability

Preservation treatment can improve the durability of timber, making it more resistant to weathering, warping, and splitting.

Reduced maintenance

Preservation treatment can reduce the need for maintenance and repairs, as the wood is less likely to be damaged by decay or insects.

Enhanced appearance

Some preservation treatments can also enhance the natural colour and appearance of the wood, creating a more attractive finish.


Lacquering Lacquering timber is a finishing technique used to enhance the appearance and durability of wooden surfaces. Lacquer is a clear or coloured coating that is applied to a surface to create a protective layer that can resist scratches, moisture, and other types of wear and tear. Find out more
Priming Timber priming is the process of applying a primer to bare wood before painting. The primer helps to create a smooth, even surface for the paint to adhere to, and it also helps to protect the wood from the elements. Find out more
Coatings Coatings on timber are applied to protect the wood from weathering, decay, insects, and other types of damage. Coatings can also enhance the natural beauty of the timber and give it a more durable, long-lasting finish. Find out more