A low maintenance
timber alternative

Futurewood composite timber is an excellent alternative to traditional hardwood timber for cladding, decking, fencing, furniture and screening.

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About Futurewood®

At Futurewood we are dedicated to providing you with quality, value added alternatives to traditional timber products. We think that timber looks great in a forest and ideally it should stay there.

Our aim is to develop and market sustainable alternatives to rainforest timbers currently used within the building industry. Our eco cladding, decking, fencing and screening products provide improved performance in specific building applications and help to reduce our dependence on precious timber species. They look like wood but offer a range of additional features making them great value for money.

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What are Futurewood® products?

Recycled Composite Timber

Futurewood CleverDeck and EnviroSlat products look like timber but are made from recycled polyolefin (plastic from post industrial waste), rice husks and recycled hardwood timber so they are much more ecologically sustainable than timber

Cost Effective

Futurewood decking, fencing and cladding materials are quick and easy to install. They come in standard lengths and do not require regular maintenance.

Environmentally Friendly

Futurewood CleverDeck and EnviroSlat products look like timber but are made from recycled polyolefin (plastic from post industrial waste), rice husks and recycled hardwood timber so they are much more ecologically sustainable than timber.

More Durable Than Timber

Composite timber is long lasting, does not require painting, does not rot, splinter or lose its colour.

Comes in Five Colours

Futurewood composite timber products are available in five standard colours plus a range of custom colour and finish options. Having 5 different standard colours to choose from makes it easy to find one that blends in with your existing decor.

Futurewood - WWF
Futurewood proudly supports the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to protect the future of the orang-utan and to tackle some of the biggest conservation challenges facing our world today.

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