Southern Vale Homes and Dahlsens team members recently made the trip to our Tumbarumba Mill. Tumbarumba is located about 90 minutes north east of Albury, west of Kosciuszko National Park. Watch this video to see what Southern Vale's General Manager John Fisher has to say about our relationship and how his customers feel about T2 Blue’s 25-year termite guarantee.
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Treatments & Volatile Organic Compounds
T3 Green has no VOCs, but what’s a VOC? Volatile Organic Compounds, or VOCs, are emitted as vapours or gases from a wide range of chemicals. In fact, most human-made and naturally occurring odours are VOCs. However, some VOCs are dangerous to human health or cause harm to the environment.
Termite Protection – Home Checklist
Termites can cause serious damage to your home if left unchecked. However, despite the horror stories, termites move quite slowly, and you can usually spot an infestation before they get a chance to do much damage to your home. Here are a few common-sense checks that you can do, to keep your house healthy and minimise your termite risk.
T2 Blue vs T2 Red Framing
T2 Blue framing is designed for protection against termites found in areas south of the Tropic of Capricorn, while T2 Red is designed for protection against termites found north of the Tropic of Capricorn.
Hotondo Homes & Sheppbuild: Giving Termites The Blues
Colin Mintern is MD and owner of Hotondo Homes Shepparton. His team builds around 30 homes per year using Hyne T2 Blue framing.
Our History | 1882-1913
In 1864, seeing opportunities in Australia, Richard Matthews (R.M.) Hyne adventured across the world from his home in the village of Stoke Flemming in Devonshire, England, to Brisbane, Australia.
Our History | 1914-1945
From 1929, the Great Depression further slowed orders, restricting operations to part-time and making unemployment rife in timber towns.
Our History | 1946-1979
As the 1940s ended and the 1950s began, Hyne Timber was still predominantly a hardwood business. However, Hyne had always seen potential where others hadn’t, and with the memory of the overcutting of timber during World War II, the need to look beyond traditional log supply was still an important industry goal.
Our History | 1980-1999
As the 100-year anniversary of Hyne loomed, the post-war period of continuing prosperity ended and recession was forcing the business to look at tightening its belt, again looking for new timber sources and ways of working.
Our History | 2000-2022
“We went against the grain again, and believed in treated timber”
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