Jarrah description

Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) is one of the most common, important, and well-known hardwood trees of Australia. Endemic to W.A., it represents almost two-thirds of the annual production of sawn timber. Its richly coloured and beautifully grained timber is now globally sought after for cabinet making, flooring and paneling and is resistant to both rot and termites. Due to its height and clear straight trunk, it can yield long lengths of straight, large section timber. Jarrah can range from light pink to dark red/brown in colour. It is very strong and dense, can be worked to a high polish, and accepts most finishes. Produces beautiful burls that display wild growth patterns and can turn an ordinary piece into a stylish work of art.

Uses for our screens

  • Room dividers
  • Sliding doors for wardrobes
  • Window screens
  • Partitions for spas and decks
  • Cavity sliding doors
  • Hinged doors
  • Bi-folds
  • Free standing screens
  • Skylight diffuser panels
  • Screens for boats