Pine Poles


Clear pressure treated Pinus Radiata (South African Pine) timber pole. H4 (in ground contact)  


Clear pressure treated Pinus Radiata (South African Pine Poles) timber pole.

Timber stands tall as the most utilized construction material worldwide. Its versatility, eco-friendly nature, lightweight, and cost-effectiveness make it an unparalleled choice.

Sustainable Timber: An Integral Component of Structural Design

In the realm of structural designs, sustainable timber, particularly pine poles, plays a pivotal role. From thatched roofs and pergolas to decking, timber ceilings, balustrades, and fencing, it forms the bedrock. Our commitment to utilizing timber harvested from sustainable forests, coupled with stringent pressure treatment standards, guarantees not only forest preservation but also the endurance of our products, ensuring peace of mind for our clientele.

Diverse Finishes and Building Techniques

Our offerings encompass a myriad of timber structures, available in various finishes. Whether utilizing cylindrical, square, or laminated timber, we ensure a diverse range of construction possibilities.

Specialized Timber Construction Services

As a specialized structural timber entity, our repertoire includes an extensive array of timber constructions. Our expertise spans timber roof structures, screens, staircases, and wall claddings, all crafted with exceptional quality and a pledge of professional craftsmanship.

Elevate Outdoor Spaces with Timber Cladding

Timber cladding serves as an exceptional means to infuse a rustic charm and textural depth into your outdoor area.

Explore Inspiring Timber Furniture for Your Outdoor Haven Here.

Note: Delivery arrangements for these specialized products are available for an additional fee. Please reach out to your nearest Cape Reed warehouse to facilitate the necessary arrangements.

All prices mentioned are VAT inclusive.

Additional information


75mm, 125mm, 150mm, 180mm, 200mm


3m, 3.6m, 4.2m, 4.8m, 5.4m, 6m


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