South Australia

Composite decking from Futurewood is a top pick for South Australia. It handles the harsh weather well. It does not warp, split or splinter and looks excellent year on year.

Composite decking needs no upkeep or maintenance and can quickly add beauty to any outdoor space. This makes it a firm favourite among homeowners right across South Australia.


All of the Advantages of Composite Decking Without The Hassle


With minimal maintenance requirements, resistance to fading and stains, unrivalled durability and longevity, and being an eco-friendly solution, composite decking from Futurewood eliminates the hassles associated with traditional timber decking.


Minimal Maintenance Requirements


Composite decking needs less care than timber decks. It never needs painting or staining. You only need to clean it with water and soap once a year. This saves you time and money on maintenance efforts.

Decking made from composite material can last many years without looking old or worn out. It does not warp, split, or splinter like wood decks might do over time.


Resistant to Fading and Stains


Composite decking boards show off their true value here. They don’t fade or stain easily like timber decking. This is due to a high degree of UV resistance in the product. Sunlight, spills and heavy use are no threat to composite decking’s good looks.

So, you can enjoy outdoor meals or kids’ play times without worrying about messes. Also, your deck will look as vibrant after many years as it did on day one! Composite decking lets you rest easy and savour your beautiful space.


Image of a composite deck boards featuring a white railing in South Australia


Unrivalled Durability and Longevity


Composite decking is the best for a long life. It stands up to harsh weather in South Australia. There’s no splintering or warping with composite timber decking. Our decks last many years without any big problems.


No-Fuss Warranty


You get a no-fuss warranty for residential decks, too! This means your deck will look great after lots of time, sun, and use. We also have commercial deck boards with 10-year warranties.



An Eco-Friendly Decking Solution


Composite decking is kind to our planet. It uses less wood than traditional decks. We cut fewer trees for it. Our commitment to sustainability is evident in our use of recycled polyolefin, rice husks, and reclaimed hardwood timber.

This helps reduce waste in landfill sites. Unlike timber, no harmful chemicals are used to treat composite decks against pests and weather damage. So, it keeps your home and the earth safe simultaneously!


The Real Cost of Timber vs Composite Decking


Choosing between timber and composite composite timber deck involves considering numerous factors, including initial cost, maintenance, durability, and environmental impact. Here is a clear comparison of the two materials.


  Timber Decking Composite Decking
Initial Cost It is usually cheaper to install than composite decking. Although more expensive initially, lower maintenance costs can offset the cost over time.
Maintenance Requires frequent sanding, staining, and sealing to maintain its looks. Minimal maintenance is required. It is resistant to fading and stains.
Durability Subject to warping, splitting, and splintering if not maintained properly. It is designed to withstand the harsh Australian environment, with resistance to warping, splitting, and splintering.
Longevity With meticulous maintenance, timber can last for a few decades. Composite decking materials offer durability and longevity, accompanied by a no-fuss warranty.
Environmental Impact Trees need to be felled to make timber decking, contributing to deforestation. Composite decking is an eco-friendly solution, often made from recycled materials.


While both materials have advantages, composite decking offers a durable, low-maintenance, and sustainable alternative to traditional timber. It’s worth considering composite decking products, like those from Futurewood, as an investment for your property in South Australia.


Scenic beach vista in South Australia from balcony made with composite deck boards


Our Range of Unique Composite Decking Products


We offer innovative co-extrusion decking, BAL 29 rated decking, various decking accessories, and various designs and colours.


Innovative Co-extrusion Decking


Co-extrusion decking is a smart choice. It has an extra layer on top. This gives more protection from the sun and rain. Being tough, it does not warp or split easily. A harsh Australian climate can’t harm it much.

It’s built to last long with very little care needed.


Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) 29 Rated Decking


BAL 29-rated decking is a top pick for homes in bushfire zones. It can face a high heat level without catching fire. You stay safe with this decking under your feet. Such decks are strong against warping and splitting, too.


Our Decking Accessories


Amidst South Australia’s diverse landscapes, explore our range of deck installation clips, including starter, finishing, and standard options with discreet blackened screws. Our specialised locking clips cater to metal surfaces, featuring self-drilling blackened screws and breaker board clips.

To protect your deck’s allure in this unique setting, our purpose-crafted Composite Timber Cleaner ensures lasting impeccable condition, available in 1-litre or 4-litre bottles for your convenience.


Photo of a patio and grey steps made from composite deck boards in South Australia


Selection of Decking Designs and Colour


At Futurewood, we offer composite decking in a variety of colours to match your style, whether you prefer the natural timber look or a sleek modern appearance.

Our composite timber products come in single or co-extrusion options with up to 13 standard colours and custom choices. Finding the perfect finish and colour to blend with your decor is easier with Futurewood.

Explore our range with our Colour Explorer, where you can see how different colours and finishes look. Create a beautiful and personalized deck that complements your home’s style with Futurewood’s versatile design options.


Make Futurewood Your First Choice


Choose Futurewood as your go-to provider for composite decking in South Australia. Our premium quality products, environmental responsibility, and customer satisfaction dedication make us the top choice for all your decking needs.

Visit our website today to learn more about our range of unique composite decking options and speak to our team for expert advice.


Premium Quality and Reliability


Composite decking products are known for their premium quality and reliability. Our decking is designed to withstand the harsh Australian climate, resisting warping, splitting, and splintering. It also comes with a 10-year warranty for residential use, giving you peace of mind.


Commitment to Environmental Responsibility


We at Futurewood are committed to environmental responsibility. Our composite decking Adelaide products are an eco-friendly choice for your outdoor space. Unlike timber decking, our composite boards are made from a blend of recycled materials and sustainable resources, reducing the demand for new timber extraction.

Relaxing on a deck in South Australia made of composite deck boards with a table and chairs


Serving Customers Throughout Australia


At Futurewood, we proudly serve customers throughout Australia with our high-quality composite decking products. Whether in Adelaide or anywhere else, we have the perfect decking solution for you.


Save Time and Money With Our Decking Calculator


Save time and money with our deck calculator.

  • Easily estimate the quantity of composite decking boards you’ll need for your project.
  • Avoid the hassle of buying too much or too little decking material.
  • Get an instant estimate of the cost of your decking project.
  • Make accurate plans and budget accordingly.
  • Eliminate guesswork and ensure a smooth and efficient installation process.​​​​​​


South Australia Information – SA 5000

South Australia in the south offers a mix of culture and natural beauty. Adelaide is famous for its festivals, such as Adelaide and Fringe Festival.

The region is famous for its wine production in Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale. South Australia has beautiful landscapes like the Flinders Ranges and Kangaroo Island. It is a great place for those interested in culture, nature, and food. 

Map of South Australia


South Australia Statistics

Population: 1,815,485

Highest elevation: 1,435 m

Capital City: Adelaide


Speak to the Futurewood Team Today

If you’re looking for the best composite decking in South Australia, don’t hesitate to contact the Futurewood team today. We are dedicated to providing premium quality and reliable products to enhance outdoor space.

Visit our website or call us today – our friendly team is ready to assist you every step of the way!