Composite Decking

Composite decking is a top pick in Katherine, with many people choosing it over wood. They like its superb blend of rice husks and reclaimed hardwood timber. This mix makes the decks solid and long-lasting.

Advantages of Composite Decking

Darwin composite timber decking boards has several advantages over traditional timber decking. It is also resilient against fading and stains while requiring minimal maintenance, making it an eco-friendly choice for your outdoor space.

Resilient Against Fading and Stains

Composite decking boards and cladding shine in the sun and rain. It does not fade or stain! The mix of wood and plastic makes it strong and keeps its colour. Think about wine spills or BBQ sauce drips. No worries anymore! Scrubbing is a thing of the past with this decking.

Minimal Maintenance Needed

Synthetic wood decking is easy to take care of. You don’t need to paint or stain it every year. It stays strong and looks good even in bad weather. Cleaning it is easy, too – all you need is soap and water.

Scenic beach vista in Katherine from balcony made with composite deck boards

Eco-Friendly Decking Solution

Composite decking helps our earth. It uses wood fibres and recycled plastic waste that would otherwise get thrown away. This cuts down on the use of new timber and keeps plastic out of landfills. And we are making it doesn’t add a lot of carbon to the air as other types do.

Unmatched Durability and Longevity

Composite decking is strong and lasts a long time. It mixes wood and plastic to stay sturdy for many years. This decking can face all types of weather in Australia without getting weak or showing signs of wear.

Our Range of Composite Decking Products

We offer composite decking products, including BAL 29 composite timber decking boards, cutting-edge co-extrusion decking, various colours and styles, and additional decking add-ons.

Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 Rated

Our BAL 29 composite decking can stand up to fire. It meets the Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 rating. This means BAL 29 decking can resist high heat and flames. Homes in Katherine often face threats from bushfires because of hot weather.

A deck near the garden featuring composite decking boards in Katherine

Cutting-Edge Co-extrusion Decking

Our co-extrusion sets the pace in this field. It uses a smart layer of plastic that wraps around each board. This makes it tough and keeps it cool under hot sun. The boards stay strong even against rough weather, like heavy rain or harsh wind.

A Spectrum of Decking Colours and Styles

Futurewood’s composite timber products come in single or co-extrusion varieties, with up to 13 standard colours and custom choices. With Futurewood’s versatile composite decking, you can easily create a customised deck that complements your home’s style.

Decking Add Ons

In Katherine, 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, try our specially crafted Composite Timber Cleaner.

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 Australian-owned.

Stylish deck made of composite decking boards with furniture in Katherine

Commitment to Sustainability

At Futurewood, we are committed to sustainability. We understand the importance of protecting the environment and reducing our carbon footprint. Our composite decking products are made from recycled plastic and wood fibre, making them eco-friendly.

High-Quality and Reliable Product Range

Our range of composite timber decking products at Futurewood is known for its high quality and reliability. We are committed to providing you with the best decking options that will stand the test of time.

Australian Owned

Futurewood is proud to be an Australian-owned company. We understand our local customers’ unique needs and preferences, allowing us to provide decking solutions tailored to the Australian climate and lifestyle.

Decking Calculator

Are you looking to build a deck in Katherine? Our  instant estimate decking calculator can help you estimate the materials and costs needed for your project.

  • No more guessing; get an instant estimate with our user-friendly calculator tool.
  • The calculator will provide an accurate estimate of the number of decking boards required.

Image of a balcony at Katherine made of composite decking boards

More About Katherine – NT 0850

The heart of Katherine lies in the stunning Nitmiluk National Park, home to the famous Katherine Gorge and ancient Indigenous rock art. The town also offers a glimpse into Indigenous culture through traditional art and music. Its friendly community makes it a welcoming gateway for exploring the Northern Territory’s pristine wilderness.

Map of Katherine NT

Katherine Statistics

Coordinates: 14°28′0″S 132°16′0″E

Population: 6,303 (2016 census)

Established: 1926

Postcode: 0850, 0852

Elevation: 108 m (354 ft)

Location: 318 km (198 mi) S of Darwin

LGA: Town of Katherine

Territory electorate: Katherine

Federal division: Lingiari

Mean max temp: 34.2 °C 94 °F

Mean min temp: 20.2 °C 68 °F

Annual rainfall: 1,112.5 mm 43.8 in

Get in Touch with Futurewood

If you’re interested in composite timber decking, don’t hesitate to contact Futurewood. We are committed to providing sustainable and high-quality products that will enhance the beauty of your outdoor space.

Contact Futurewood today and let us assist you in creating the perfect deck for your home in Katherine.