Choosing Timbur Pedestals For Your Project

Pedestals are available in a variety of sizes and styles to suit a wide range of design applications. They can be used to display a sculpture, jardinere or even a lamp and can add a touch of elegance to your decor. They can also be incorporated into the construction of raised floor structures. Choosing the right pedestal for your project will ensure that it is both durable and functional.

How many pedestals per m2 decking?

Our timber pedestals are made from a variety of timbers including oak, blackwood and mahogany. They are crafted by our mennonite builders and are available in a number of designs to suit your needs. Some of our pedestals have a more rustic feel while others are more sophisticated. We have Timbur Pedestals that are perfect for use in a living room, kitchen or dining area while others can be used to support a garden bench or table.

The adjustable pedestal COLLECTION is designed to be used with decking, pavers, paving slabs and composite flooring to support raised floors on balconies, roof terraces, garden patios and other outdoor spaces. The unique head leveller is self-adjusting so no shims or packers are required and can be locked in a fixed position with an optional head lock component. The adjustable height capability is up to 550mm and, for sloping substrates, a slope compensation of up to 5% can be achieved using the optional slope corrector accessory.

The ‘Prime’ adjustable pedestal system is specifically designed to support a timber joist and offers the highest compressive strength of any pedestal system on the market. It can be installed at standard spacings or on a sloping substrate, and the self-levelling head can be locked in a fixed position to prevent the pedestal from moving during construction. The system can also be fitted with an optional slope corrector to accommodate sloping substrates of up to 5%, which helps to reduce sound transmission, increase heat insulation and allows services to be concealed beneath the raised floor without compromising the structural integrity of the deck.