Composite Decking

Futurewood composite decking is a top choice in Alyangula. It’s challenging and lasts long. This kind of decking does not scratch or stain easily. It also fights mould and fading. So, your deck stays looking good for many years. Kids and pets can play without getting hurt, too!

Not forgetting green lovers – choosing composite decking for your deck from Futurewood means picking an eco-friendly option! This keeps our planet safe while providing you with comfort at home!

Advantages of Composite Decking

Composite decking offers numerous advantages, including cost savings compared to timber decking, resistance against fading and stains, minimal maintenance requirements, an eco-friendly solution, and unmatched durability and longevity.

Resilient Against Fading and Stains

Darwin Composite timber decking shines in the sun and the rain. It stays bright for many years. This decking does not let stains stick to it. As a wipe, a quick clean makes it all disappear.

Minimal Maintenance Needed

Composite decking fights off damage with ease. It is brutal against rot, decay, and bugs. You don’t need to paint or varnish it often. A simple clean keeps it looking good all year round. The time you save on upkeep can be spent enjoying your deck instead!

Picture of table and chairs on a deck made of composite decking boards in Alyangula

Eco-Friendly Decking Solution

WPC decking is good for our earth. It uses things that would otherwise be thrown away. Recycled wood fibres and plastic make up a big part of it. This cuts down on waste in our landfills and stops trees from getting cut down needlessly.

Unmatched Durability and Longevity

Composite decking lasts for a long time. It fights off scratches, stains, and mould. The deck does not fade. It stays strong and looks new for many years. So you get peace of mind along with a great-looking deck!

Our Range of Composite Decking Products

Our range of composite decking products includes BAL 29-rated options, cutting-edge co-extrusion decking, a variety of colours and styles, and additional decking add-ons.

Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 Rated

Our decking boards are BAL 29 rated. Non combustible decking means they can withstand high heat and bushfires. They have been tested against fire in Australia’s harsh conditions. With BAL 29 decking, you don’t need to worry about the safety of your deck during fire season.

Image of composite deck boards with chairs and a table in Alyangula

Cutting-Edge Co-extrusion Decking

Co-extrusion decking is an excellent choice. It mixes all raw materials in an extruder. This process makes it very strong. It does not scratch or stain easily.

Plus, its colour does not fade fast. It also feels safe under bare feet and for pets because it is slip-resistant and has no splinters.

A Spectrum of Decking Colours and Styles

At Futurewood, our composite timber products are available in single and co-extrusion variations, offering a palette of up to 13 standard colours and bespoke colour and finish choices. Discover the perfect blend of style and durability with Futurewood’s composite decking.

Decking Add Ons

In Alyangula, we’ve got all your deck installation needs covered. We’ve sorted you from starters to finishers, regular clips, and self-drilling options for metal. For deck maintenance, our Composite Timber Cleaner ensures your investment stays looking great for years.

Why Futurewood is Your Top Choice

Choose Futurewood for your composite decking needs because we are committed to sustainability, offer a high-quality product range, and are proudly Australian-owned.

Read more to discover why Futurewood is the best choice for you.

A deck featuring two railings, displaying the durability and aesthetic appeal of composite decking boards in Alyangula

Commitment to Sustainability

We are committed to sustainability. Our composite timber decking is made from recycled materials, reducing the demand for new timber and minimising waste.

High-Quality and Reliable Product Range

Our composite decking products at Futurewood are known for their high quality and reliability. We take pride in offering our customers the best materials for their outdoor spaces. Our decking boards are made with recycled wood and plastic, reducing landfill waste and promoting sustainability.

Australian Owned

Futurewood, the leading provider of composite decking in Alyangula, is proudly Australian-owned. We understand the unique needs and preferences of Australian homeowners when it comes to their outdoor spaces.

Decking Calculator

Our instant estimate tool and decking calculator is a handy tool that helps you estimate the amount of timber decking cost per m2 you’ll need for your project. Input the dimensions of your deck, and it will instantly provide you with an estimate of how many boards you’ll require.

Picture of sea lions lounging on a composite deck boards dock in Alyangula

Alyangula Information – NT 0885

Alyangula, situated on Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory, is a coastal town offering a unique blend of natural beauty and mining heritage. The town’s Indigenous culture and mining history add depth to its character, providing an intriguing backdrop for visitors. With its welcoming community and picturesque surroundings, Alyangula is an enchanting destination for a tranquil escape in the Northern Territory.

Map of Alyangula NT

Alyangula Statistics

Coordinates: 13°51′2″S 136°25′12″E

Population: 873 (2016 census)

Established: 1960s

Postcode: 0885

Time zone: ACST (UTC+9:30)

Location: 623 km (387 mi) E of Darwin

Territory electorate: Arnhem

Federal division: Lingiari

Mean max temp: 31.4 °C 89 °F

Mean min temp: 22.5 °C 73 °F

Annual rainfall: 1,228.5 mm 48.4 in

Get in Touch with Futurewood

If you’re interested in composite decking, Futurewood is the company to contact. They offer a range of high-quality, reliable composite decking products that are perfect for any outdoor space.

So don’t hesitate to contact Futurewood today and start enjoying the benefits of composite decking.