Are your Timber Sleepers/ Timber Retaining Wall Rotting?

Are your Timber Sleepers/ Timber Retaining Wall Rotting

Are your Timber Sleepers/ Timber Retaining Wall Rotting?

Timber retaining walls are a great way to spice up your backyard space to give it a rustic and natural look. Timber retaining walls blends into a landscape more naturally than any other material. In most cases, it’s the simple construction and low costs that make timber retaining walls the most common choice for do-it-yourself home improvement around the Aussie backyard.

How to Protech Timber Sleepers / Retaining Wall From Rotting? 

The most common reasons for rotting retaining walls are drainage issues, wrong timber selection, not protecting timber with a timber preserver, fungal degrade and  insect attacks.

The best way to keep your retaining wall from rotting is to protect it before installation. We recommend Preschem Timber Preserver it gives timber protection against fungal degrade and some species of woodborers. Timber Preserver has a Copper naphthenate base which is a heavy duty preservative.  Timber preserver is Australian made and manufactured for Australian conditions. Our timber preservatives range are registered  APVMA’s which means they are safe for the end users and the environment.

Timber Preserver is easy to use and can be used with a brush roller spray or Dip applications.
When applying the timber preserver it will have green colour and will darken off to be a subtle  brown colour.

Timber Preserver can be used in areas such as deck subframes, crossarms, timber fencing, sleepers, timber decking and bearers, timber joints of all kinds and situations where damp conditions could promote decay or other biological attack.

Timber Preserver is Available in:

  • 1 Litre
  • 4 Litre
  • 20 Litre
  • 200 Litre

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See our customer reviews on Timber Preserver.


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