Frequently Asked Questions

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Hayters Timber & Paving have two retail stores located in the southwestern Sydney suburb of Narellan, and in Mittagong which is located in the Southern Highlands.

Yes. Hayters has a modern transport fleet of reliable, high-quality B-Double, Flat Tops and Rigid trucks allowing us to deliver timber products almost anywhere across the state. We service the Sydney metro area, Southern Highlands, southwest Sydney, northwest Sydney, right up to the Northern Beaches.


Hayters do supply firewood to customers from their sawmill, but if you contact one of our retail stores Hayters can arrange the details from there.
Yes, Hayters do supply sawdust for animal bedding. Simply contact the sawmill direct and you can discuss the details.


Tile terminology can be confusing. Most types of tiles that are made from clay or a mixture of clay and other materials, then kiln-fired, are considered to be a part of the larger classification called “Ceramic Tiles”. These tiles can be split into two groups, porcelain tiles and non-porcelain tiles. These non-porcelain tiles are frequently referred to as ceramic tiles by themselves, separate from porcelain tiles. Ceramic tiles are often less expensive than porcelain and are available in a huge range of sizes and shapes.
Many tiles, such as ceramic and some porcelain tiles, have a glazed surface. The glaze is a layer of glass that protects the tile base or “biscuit” and can make it more or less slip resistant depending on the finish of the tile. Bathroom tiles for instance are not recommended outside because they usually are a lot smoother and therefore don’t have great anti-slip properties. At the same time, an anti-slip exterior tile laid on a bathroom floor will make cleaning harder because of the coarse anti-slip finish. The glaze is added to the tile biscuit by firing in a kiln at temperatures greater than 1000 degrees Celsius. Glaze is available in glossy, matt, and textured finishes.
It is not unusual to have 3% – 5% of the tile broken to some degree (e.g. chipped edges). Any amount up to 10% is still considered acceptable and within the Australian Tile Standards. Any damaged tiles should be put aside and used for the cuts you will need to make. If breakage is above 10%, notify us so we can arrange to have the issue rectified.


Why Hayters Timber & Paving?​

Whether you’re looking for natural stone paving to enhance your commercial property, or if you need a new fence for your back garden, the team at Hayters Timber & Paving can work with you to ensure that you get exactly what you need to complete your project your way.

Hayters Timber & Paving is dedicated to providing timber and paving solutions that are designed to perfectly meet your needs for your project. 

With over 40 years of in-house industry expertise, the Hayters Timber & Paving team is well-equipped to design and craft timber and paving solutions that align perfectly with your vision and needs. We are committed to delivering results that meet your project’s unique specifications and ensure your complete satisfaction.

Call the friendly team at Hayters Timber & Paving on 02 4629 6000 today to get started on your next project.


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