Composite Decking

Exploring Composite Decking

Composite decking in Katoomba from Futurewood is expertly crafted from recycled polyolefin, rice husks, and reclaimed hardwood timber, demonstrating their dedication to environmental responsibility. This kind of decking suits Australia’s harsh climate well.

It does not twist or splinter like wooden decks often do. Composite boards lasts longer than wood alternatives, too.

Advantages of Composite Decking

Composite decking offers unmatched durability and longevity, making it an excellent choice for your outdoor deck construction.

Minimal Maintenance

Its minimal maintenance requirements, resistance to fading and stains, and eco-friendly properties make it a popular alternative to traditional timber decking.

Unmatched Durability and Longevity

Composite decking is made to last. It mixes recycled polyolefin from post-industrial waste, rice husks, and reclaimed hardwood timber. It won’t warp or split as wooden decks can. Made for Australia’s rough weather, it stands against all weathers.

A composite deck boards, featuring a pool and patio in Katoomba

Lasts Longer Than Traditional Timber Decking

Your deck will not rot or break down fast with this vital material. Composite decking has a much longer life than traditional wood decks do!

Actual Cost of Timber vs. Composite Decking

When comparing the cost of timber and composite decking, it’s essential to consider the initial purchase and installation price and the long-term expenses.

Material Initial Cost Long-term Cost
Timber Lower initial cost. The price depends on the type of timber chosen. However, the cost of high-end wood can be comparable to composite decking. Higher long-term cost. Timber decks require regular maintenance, such as staining, sealing, and replacing rotted or splintered boards. Over time, these costs can add up, making the total cost of ownership for a timber deck higher than a composite one.
Composite decking Higher initial cost. Composite decks are more expensive at the outset. This price is due to the enhanced durability, resilience to weather conditions, and material longevity. Lower long-term cost. Composite decks require minimal maintenance, so you’ll spend less money and time on upkeep over the deck’s life span. They resist warping, splintering, and weather conditions, reducing the need for replacements and repairs.

Financial Benefits

The financial benefits of composite decking become more evident over time, particularly in harsh climates like Katoomba. Despite the higher upfront cost, it’s a more economical choice due to its durability and low maintenance requirements.

Minimal Maintenance Requirements

Composite decking is easy to take care of. You don’t need to paint or stain it like wood decks. All you have to do to keep your plastic deck looking good is clean it now and then with soap and water.

Image of outdoor space in Katoomba with composite decking boards, pool and lawn

More Time To Relax

Composite timber decking boards Sydney give you more time to relax on your deck instead of working on it!

Resilient Against Fading and Stains

Composite decking shines in the sun and rain. Its rugged surface won’t fade under harsh rays or get stains from spills. No more worry about red wine spots or barbecue sauce drips ruining your deck.

It stays bright and clean for years. This means less work for you and more time to enjoy outdoor fun!

Eco-friendly decking Solutions

Using composite decking is kind to the Earth. It’s made from recycled polyolefin, rice husks, and reclaimed hardwood timber. So it cuts down on waste.

Our Composite Decking Product Range

We offer cutting-edge co-extrusion decking, Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29-rated decking for bushfire protection, various decking colours and styles, and various decking accessories.

Picture of a composite deck boards with railing in Katoomba

Cutting-Edge Co-extrusion Decking

This mix makes your deck sturdy, heavy, and safe from warping. Even in harsh climates like we have in Australia! It’s good for our planet, too, because it uses less wood.

Protects Against The Elements

Co-extrusion decking is top-notch. It uses a strong shell of plastic around the board. This shell keeps out water and stops stains or fading.

Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 Rated

Our Bush Fire Attack Level BAL 29 decking keeps your home safe in bushfire-prone areas. This kind of fire proof decking is tough. It can stand the heat and stop a fire from spreading.

A Spectrum of Decking Colours and Styles

Futurewood offers composite decking in different colours to match your style. You can choose between the natural warmth of timber or a sleek, modern look. We provide composite timber products in single or co-extrusion styles. You can choose from 13 standard colours and customize your options. Explore our selection using our Colour Explorer tool to see how your finish will look. Futurewood’s decking lets you design a deck to match your home’s style.

Relaxation by the pool on lounge chairs with flooring made of composite deck boards in Katoomba

Decking Accessories

At Katoomba, we’re not just about the natural beauty but your deck experts. We offer starters, finishers, secure deck clips, and metal-locking fasteners. Remember our Composite Timber Cleaner. It safeguards your investment and keeps your deck looking great for years.

Why Choose Futurewood

Choose Futurewood for your composite decking needs and experience premium quality, sustainable solutions from an Australian-owned company. Simplify your project with our decking calculator and explore a range of cutting-edge co-extrusion and BAL 29-rated decking options in various colours and styles.

Premium Quality and Reliability

We are proud to offer high-quality and reliable decking products in Katoomba. Our decking boards are made with recycled plastic and wood fibre, ensuring durability and long-lasting performance.

But For Australia’s Weather

Unlike traditional timber decking, Futurewood composite decking is resistant to warping, splintering, rotting, and fading. Built for Australia’s harsh weather.

Commitment to Sustainability

At Futurewood, we are committed to sustainability. We understand the importance of using environmentally friendly materials in our products. Using innovative materials, we help reduce deforestation and promote conservation efforts.

Australian-Owned Company

Futurewood is a proudly Australian-owned company specialising in composite decking. As an Australian company, we understand the unique needs of our customers and strive to provide the highest quality products tailored to local conditions.

Simplify Your Project with Our Decking Calculator

Planning your composite decking project is now easier than ever with our user-friendly Decking Cost Calculator Australia. Here’s how it can simplify your project:

  1. Accurate Estimates: Our Decking Calculator provides instant estimates of the materials you’ll need for your deck, including decking boards and accessories. This helps you plan your budget more effectively.
  2. Time Savings: Using our Decking Calculator, you can quickly determine the quantity of composite decking boards required for your project. This saves you time and eliminates the guesswork.

Exciting Facts About Katoomba – NSW 2780

Nestled in the Blue Mountains, Katoomba offers mesmerising beauty. Explore the Three Sisters, hike Wentworth Falls, and witness the sunset at Echo Point. Enjoy local art, dine at cozy cafes, and embrace the vibrant community. Katoomba beckons with adventure and tranquillity.

Map of Katoomba NSW

Katoomba Statistics

Post Code: 2780

Population: 7,964 (2016 census)

State Electorate: Blue Mountains

Federal Division: Macquarie

Get in Touch with Futurewood

If you’re interested in composite decking for your Katoomba home, Futurewood is here to help! We offer a wide range of high-quality composite decking products that are durable and long-lasting.

We’re Here To Help

Our team at Futurewood is committed to sustainability and providing eco-friendly solutions for your outdoor space. As an Australian-owned company, we understand the unique challenges of our country’s climate.