Composite Decking

You can find composite decking in Lawson from Futurewood. It’s top-notch and easy to take care of. The mix of recycled materials means you can enjoy a great-looking deck year after year.

Benefits of Composite Decking

Composite decking offers numerous benefits for homeowners. It requires low maintenance, is highly durable and long-lasting, environmentally friendly, resistant to fading and staining, and cost-effective compared to traditional timber decking.

Low Maintenance

Composite decking does not need much care. It does not crack or rot like wood or require staining or sealing. With plastic wood decking, your deck always looks good with no hard work from you.

Durability and Longevity

Composite decking boards are known for their muscular build. Recycled materials combine to make a product that lasts long. Plus, It’s easy to care for composite wood decking. There is no need to stain or seal it like wood decks. The natural grain look doesn’t collect mould, adding years to its life. Choose composite decking for your outdoor needs.

Environmentally Friendly

Composite timber decking is kind to our earth. Made from recycled materials including recycled polyolefin, rice husks, and reclaimed hardwood timber. Therefore the need for cutting down trees for new decks becomes less. This makes composite decking boards an excellent pick for those who care about the world we live in.

Image of grey deck made of composite decking boards in Lawson

Fade and Stain Resistance.

Composite decking boasts fade and stain resistance. Sunlight or spills won’t harm it. This makes your deck look new for many years. Composite decking allows you to enjoy a clean, bright outdoor space with less work.

Actual Cost of Timber vs. Composite Decking

The long-term cost of timber decking can exceed that of composite decking boards Sydney due to maintenance needs. These costs can become a significant burden over time, while the initial investment in composite decking can pay off in the long run.

Timber Decking Composite Decking
Initial Cost It lowers initial costs but requires regular maintenance, like staining or sealing. Higher initial cost but requires minimal maintenance.
Maintenance Cost Timber decking requires regular upkeep, including annual cleaning, resealing, staining or painting. This can add up over the lifetime of the deck. Composite decking requires minimal maintenance, only needing an occasional wash. This significantly reduces the lifetime cost.
Replacement Cost Timber can warp, splinter and rot, requiring replacement boards over time. Composite decking is highly durable and resistant to warping, splintering and rotting, reducing the need for replacement.
Lifetime Cost Over 15 years, timber decking can cost more because of the maintenance and replacement needs. Over many years, composite decking has become cost-effective because of its durability and low maintenance requirements.
Environmental Cost Harvesting timber for decking contributes to deforestation and loss of natural habitats. Composite decking is made from recycled materials, reducing the need for harvesting natural resources and providing a sustainable alternative.

While timber decking might appear cheaper initially, the ongoing maintenance and potential replacement costs can make it the more expensive choice in the long run. On the other hand, composite decking represents a durable, low-maintenance, and environmentally friendly alternative.

Our Composite Decking Products

We offer a range of high-quality composite decking products, including co-extrusion decking and Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29-rated options. Our decking comes in various colours and styles.

Co-extrusion Decking

Co-extrusion decking is a great choice. Made from recycled materials, it mixes two parts to form solid and durable boards for your deck. They don’t warp like regular wood boards do. Such decking also needs little care – no need to stain or seal it like wooden decks.

Image of two white chairs on a composite decking boards near a pool in Lawson

Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 Rated

Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 decking is a smart choice for your home. Why? Fire resistant decking can stand up to rough weather and fire risks. This makes it perfect for homes in high-risk areas. The unique rating means it’s tested and safe.

Decking Colours and Styles

Explore the Futurewood brand-new Colour Explorer tool. Witness our products spring to life as you switch between colours and take a closer, more detailed look at how your selected finish might manifest.

Decking Addons

In Lawson, we redefine deck installation. We’ve got everything you need, from starters to finishers, secure deck clips, and self-drilling locking pins. Trust our Composite Timber Cleaner bottles for easy maintenance. It keeps your deck looking great for years.

Why Choose Futurewood

Choose Futurewood for your composite decking needs because we offer high-quality and reliable products. Our decking boards are made to last, with a robust, durable design that won’t warp like traditional wood.

Image of deck in Lawson, featuring composite decking boards with railings

Australian Owned

Our Australian ownership ensures that you’re supporting local businesses, and our commitment to sustainability means that our products are environmentally friendly.

Our Products are High-Quality and Reliable

Our composite decking is made from a mixture of plastic and wood fibres, with the wood fibres often being recycled. This not only makes our products eco-friendly but also helps to reduce the need for harvesting natural resources.

Australian Ownership

Futurewood takes pride in being an Australian-owned company. When you choose our composite decking from us, you support local businesses and contribute to the economy’s growth.

Commitment to Sustainability

At Lawson, we are committed to sustainability in all aspects of our business. Our composite decking products are designed with the environment in mind. We use a mixture of recycled plastic and wood fibres to create durable and long-lasting decking boards.

Image of a pool adjacent to a composite decking boards in Lawson

Decking Calculator

Our Instant Estimate Decking Calculator is a valuable tool that helps you estimate the materials needed for your composite decking project. By simply inputting your deck’s dimensions, our calculator will provide you with an instant estimate of how many decking boards you require so you know the cost to build your deck.

Lawson Information – NSW 2783

Lawson, in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia, is a serene town known for its natural beauty and proximity to the Blue Mountains National Park. Visitors can enjoy scenic bushwalks, waterfalls, and outdoor activities in this charming destination.

Map of Lawson NSW

Lawson Statistics

Postcode: 2783

Population: 2,651 (2021 census)

LGA(s)City of Blue Mountains

State Electorate: Blue Mountains

Federal Division: Macquarie

Coordinates:33°43′S 150°26′E

Contact Futurewood

Ready to enhance your outdoor space with high-quality composite decking? Look no further than Futurewood. Our durable and eco-friendly options allow you to enjoy a low-maintenance deck that lasts years.

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