Composite Decking

In Claremont, we offer top-notch composite decking. This is an excellent mix of wood and plastic. It looks like natural wood but stands up to harsh weather better. Our composite decking won’t splinter or rot.

Advantages of Composite Decking

Composite decking has numerous advantages over traditional timber decking, such as its resistance to fading and stains, low maintenance requirements, eco-friendliness, and unmatched durability and longevity.

Resilient Against Fading and Stains

Composite lumber deck can last a long time. It does not fade or get stained like timber decking. Stains from food or drinks were wiped off. The colours stay bright and new even in the sun.

Minimal Maintenance Needed

Composite decking is the lazy deck owner’s dream. You don’t have to worry about rot or splinters. You do not need to stain or seal it regularly like wood decks. Just a simple clean now and then keeps your deck looking great! It also stands firm against harsh Aussie weather, so it lasts longer with less work.

Eco-Friendly Decking Solution

We care about our planet. That’s why we use composite decking, which is good for the environment. It uses recycled materials and needs fewer trees than traditional timber decking. Less waste goes into landfills as these materials last a long time.

Image of white railings on a deck made of composite decking boards in Claremont

Unmatched Durability and Longevity

Composite decking tops in toughness. It’s built to hold up against harsh weather, not like wood that warps or rots. We make it with a mix of reclaimed wood and recycled plastic. This gives the natural look of wood but with more strength.

Our Range of Composite Decking Products

We offer a range of composite decking products rated by Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29, ensuring safety and durability for your outdoor space.

Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 Rated

Our composite decking is Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 rated. This means it can withstand high heat and fire risks. It makes the BAL 29 decking safe for areas prone to bushfires. Our BAL 29 decking boards are made from recycled polyolefin, rice husks, and reclaimed hardwood timber.

Cutting-Edge Co-extrusion Decking

We offer high-tech co-extrusion decking. This kind of composite decking is made of wood and plastic. We mix them to make a stern deck. Our decks don’t split or rot like wood ones can. They also stand up well to harsh weather in Australia. 

A Spectrum of Decking Colours and Styles

At Futurewood, we present a spectrum of composite decking in various colours tailored to match your style—the rustic charm of timber or a contemporary, sleek finish. Our composite timber products boast single and co-extrusion varieties, offering up to 13 standard colours and bespoke colour and finish options.

Picture of composite deck boards with pool steps in Claremont

Decking Add Ons

In Claremont, our range of deck installation solutions encompasses a diverse selection of clips, from starters and finishers to reliable deck clips complete with secure blackened screws. Explore our specially crafted Composite Timber Cleaner to maintain your deck’s allure. Engineered to safeguard your investment, this cleaner ensures long-lasting appeal for your new deck. 

Why Futurewood is Your Top Choice

As an Australian-owned company, Futurewood is committed to sustainability and offers a high-quality range of composite decking products. Find out why we are the top choice for your decking needs, and contact us today.

Commitment to Sustainability

At Futurewood, we are committed to sustainability. Our composite decking products are an eco-friendly choice for your outdoor spaces. They are made from a combination of recycled materials, including reclaimed wood and recycled plastic, reducing the need for new resources.

A deck made with composite decking boards, with a railing in Claremont

High-Quality and Reliable Product Range

We proudly offer a high-quality and reliable range of composite decking products. We aim to provide you with great decking boards that stand the test of time.

Hobart composite timber decking is durable and resistant to weather, warping, and other common issues found with regular wood decking. It is designed to withstand Australia’s harsh climate conditions and resist damage.

Australian Owned

We are proud to say that Futurewood is an Australian-owned company. As a local business, we understand our Australian customers’ unique needs and preferences. We are deeply committed to providing high-quality, reliable composite decking products engineered to withstand Australia’s harsh climate conditions.

Decking Calculator

Our decking calculator is a handy tool that helps you estimate the amount of composite decking boards you’ll need for your project. Input the dimensions of your deck area, and our instant estimate tool will provide you with an accurate timber decking cost.

Picture of deck made up of composite decking boards with benches and a table in Claremont

Interesting Details About Claremont – TAS 7011

Nestled along the Derwent River in Tasmania, Claremont epitomises a charming blend of suburban tranquillity and scenic beauty. This picturesque suburb, located just north of Hobart, offers a serene escape amidst its lush greenery and riverside vistas. 

Map of Claremont TAS

Claremont Statistics

Coordinates: 42°47′23″S 147°15′16″E

Population: 8,397 (2021 census)

Postcode: 7011

Area: 17.9 km2 (6.9 sq mi)

Location: 6 km (4 mi) N of Glenorchy

LGA: City of Glenorchy (75%), Derwent Valley Council (25%)

Region: South-east, Hobart

State Electorate: Clark, Lyons

Federal Division: Clark, Lyons

Get in Touch with Futurewood

If you’re interested in composite decking and want to learn more about Futurewood, we’re here to help. We pride ourselves on our commitment to sustainability and offer a high-quality range of composite decking products.

Please get in touch with us today if you have any questions or want more information about our products or services.