Hospitality Range
Introducing the "Al Fresco" dining range of  timber booth seats, tables and benches, ideally suited to outdoor dining for restaurants & cafes. Manufactured in sustainable South American Garapa which is both hardwearing and extremely stylish, this range is able to "mix & match" to suit your needs. Solid, hand crafted furniture which is equally suited to courtyards and decks as it is extremely tolerant to windy situations.

Customising is possible with planter box backed booth seats a popular change, units can be custom sized and new items are being added to this range with sideboards and chairs part of our future plans. Canterbury Trellis was able to meet the needs for Tequilla Mocking Bird / Revival when they updated their outdoor courtyard recently.
  Feature Project
Canterbury Trellis was proud to work on the high profile Tait IT Campus landscaping in conjunction with Goom Landscapes.
We manufactured approx 90 metres of timber boardwalk and bridges.
Several months in the making, we're proud of the finished product which is very much a highlight of the entire landscaping project. These along with the quality plantings, finishing and features  by leading landscaping company Goom Landscapes has created a showcase project which is a highlight of the Canterbury rebuild so far.
Produced in our factory to be hiabed onsite, these large 2.5m x 2m sections were constructed on an H4 subframe and then clad in imported South American Garapa.
Garapa is an extremely hardwearing, dense timber. Honey gold in colour it makes a stunning and practical surface and is becoming very popular in New Zealand for high quality decks and cladding. Here at Canterbury Trellis we like working with Garapa and it is becoming a firm favourite for both furniture and premade bridges & boardwalk sections.
  Sponsorship

Canterbury Trellis is proud to get behind talented local sportsmen and women and this year we have chosen to sponsor a fast rising star on the local motor circuit scene. Scout Fletcher is a fearless female rider in what is seen as very much a mans world, 18 years old and already noticed on the world scene. Follow Scout's progress on her Facebook.
www.facebook.com/scoutfletcherracing