Composite Decking

At Futurewood, we offer top-notch composite timber decking in Queenstown. Our products combine recycled polyolefin, rice husks, and reclaimed hardwood timber for a durable finish. They are safe as well. You won’t find splinters, so bare feet, kids, and pets stay safe! Futurewood has been making quality fake wood decking since 2007.

Benefits of Composite Decking

Compared to traditional timber decking, composite decking offers durability, low maintenance, fade and stain resistance, and environmental friendliness.

Durability and Longevity

Composite decking has unbeaten strength and longevity that lasts a long time. Its solid build fights off mould, fading and staining. It stays new for many years. Even in Australia’s harsh weather, composite decking stands strong.

Low Maintenance

Composite decking is not hard to keep. It does not need a lot of work. This makes it a good choice for busy people. You don’t have to seal or stain it like you do with natural wood.

Picture of a deck made of composite decking boards with chairs and a table in Queenstown

Fade and Stain Resistance

Composite decking does not fade or stain easily. It keeps a fresh, clean look for many years. Its colours stay vibrant in the sun and rain. This means you don’t have to worry about your deck losing its charm. They resist stains, making them easy to keep clean. You can use your deck often without stressing about messes that are hard to clean up.

Environmentally Friendly

Composite decking respects our Earth. It uses recycled polyolefin, rice husks, and reclaimed hardwood timber. This makes it an excellent choice for those who care about the planet.

Actual Cost of Timber vs. Composite Decking

The demand for composite decking in Queenstown is rising, and it’s easy to see why. Considering the longevity, maintenance cost, and environmental benefits, it’s clear that composite decking offers better value over time. To better understand the cost comparison, here’s a table illustrating the actual cost of timber vs composite decking.

Features Timber Decking Composite Decking
Initial Cost It lowers initial cost but requires more maintenance. Higher initial cost.
Durability It can last up to 15 years with proper care. Up to 30 years, more resistant to UV, stain, and fade.
Maintenance Cost Requires regular staining or sealing to maintain aesthetics and prevent damage. No ongoing maintenance costs are required.
Environmental Impact Harvesting timber contributes to deforestation. Composite decking is made of recycled materials.

Our Composite Decking Products

We offer a range of composite decking products, including co-extrusion decking, installation and maintenance resources, and decking-rated BAL 29 for bushfire attacks.

Picture of a composite deck boards with grey steps and a patio in Queenstown

Co-extrusion Decking

Co-extrusion decking is one of our top products. It has two layers. The outer layer gives it a nice look and strengthens against the sun’s rays and stains. This kind of decking also lasts a long time.

Like other composite decks, co-extrusion decking needs little work to keep up its good looks. You don’t have to stain or seal it often, which saves you money and time in the long run.

Decking Resources

In Queenstown, choose from our various installation solutions: starters, finishers, regular deck clips with secure blackened screws, self-drilling locking clips for metal, and breaker board clips. Preserve your deck’s look with our Composite Timber Cleaner.

Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 Rated

Composite decking that is Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 Rated is specifically designed to withstand bushfire conditions. BAL 29 decking rating means the decking has been tested and proven to resist ignition from ember attack and radiant heat exposure.

BAL 29 composite timber decking provides homeowners in areas prone to bushfires with peace of mind, knowing that their deck will not contribute to spreading fire.

Decking Colours and Styles

At Futurewood, our composite timber products come in single and co-extrusion variations; with up to 13 standard colours and custom options for colour and finishes, you can easily create a personalised deck that complements your home’s style.

Picture of a scenic walkway in Queenstown made with composite decking boards

Why Choose Futurewood

Choose Futurewood for high-quality and reliable composite decking solutions. We are committed to sustainability and are proudly Australian-owned.

Our Products are High-Quality and Reliable

At Futurewood, we pride ourselves on providing high-quality and reliable composite decking products. Our composite timber decking boards Hobart are made with wood fibres and recycled plastics, ensuring durability and longevity in Australia’s harsh climate.

Rest assured that our products have been thoroughly tested for quality and meet Australian standards. Choose Futurewood for decking that you can trust.

Commitment to Sustainability

At Futurewood, we are committed to sustainability. Our composite decking boards are designed with the environment in mind. We use a blend of wood fibres and recycled plastic materials, reducing the timber needed for decking and the amount of plastic waste.

Australian Ownership

Futurewood is proud to be an Australian-owned company providing high-quality composite decking products to consumers in Queenstown. Being locally owned means that we understand our customers’ unique needs and preferences in Australia.

We are committed to delivering reliable and durable decking options, and by choosing our composite decking products, you are investing in a superior quality product and your support for local businesses.

A gathering of sea lions on a dock made of composite deck boards in Queenstown

Decking Calculator

Planning and budgeting for your decking project is made easy with our handy Deck Cost Calculator Australia. This instant estimate tool helps you determine the number of decking boards you’ll need based on the size of your deck. Enter the dimensions, and it will give you an accurate calculation. No more guessing or wasting money on excess materials.

Some More Details About Queenstown – TAS 7467

Queenstown, nestled in the rugged wilderness of western Tasmania, is a town steeped in mining history and natural beauty. Surrounded by the dramatic West Coast Range, its landscape contrasts barren hillsides with lush rainforests. This unique blend of history and nature and its welcoming community make Queenstown an enticing destination for a distinctive Tasmanian experience.

Map of Queenstown TAS

Queenstown Statistics

Coordinates: 42°04′50″S 145°33′20″E

Population: 1,808 (2021 census)

Postcode: 7467

Elevation: 129 m (423 ft)

Location: 41 km (25 mi) from Strahan

LGA: West Coast Council

State Electorate: Braddon

Federal Division: Braddon

Mean max temp: 16.4 °C 62 °F

Mean min temp: 5.6 °C 42 °F

Annual rainfall: 2,408.2 mm

Contact Futurewood

If you want high-quality, reliable composite decking in Queenstown, look no further than Futurewood.  Get in touch to learn more about our composite decking options, and start your project today!