The original timber boardwalk had weathered due to harsh coastal conditions. The old timber decking was replaced with more durable APR Composites Decking that will require less maintenance and last longer.
– APR Graphite Brushed Decking
– APR Brown Post with Chamfered Top
Foreshore adjacent to the Jetty, Grange, South Australia (view map below).
Project completion June 2021.
Grange is a coastal suburb of the City of Charles Sturt, in Adelaide, South Australia, located about 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) from the Adelaide city centre. The suburb is named after Captain Charles Sturt's cottage, built in 1840–41, which still stands and is now a museum. In addition to Grange Beach, the suburb has several parks and reserves, as well as the Grange Hotel, which was originally licensed in 1881. == Geography == Grange is a suburb with partial frontage to Gulf St Vincent located about 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) west of the Adelaide city centre. It has a land area of 3.7 square kilometres (910 acres). Its land boundaries (in clockwise order from the north-west) are Fort Street, Military Road, Trimmer Parade, Sportsmans Drive, Brebner Drive, Frederick Road and Grange Road. == History == Originally called The Grange, the suburb is named after Captain Charles Sturt's cottage, which originally stood on 500 acres (200 ha) of farmland. Sturt's farm was subdivided in 1878 by a private company intending to establish a beach resort. The cottage still stands and is now a museum. The name was adopted in 1945 by the local government area of the Town of Henley and Grange following agreement between it and the state's Nomenclature Committee and other government agencies.
Very good, excellent range of products for multiple purposes, garden edging to fencing to decking, their product usage is only limited by imagination. Chances are they will have something that you'll use in your next building project.
Sales manager (Graham) quickly addressed my on line question and helped me solve my rainwater tank needs. Thanks so much.