Composite Decking

Composite decking boards from Futurewood is a top pick for Seymour homes. It blends recycled polyolefin, rice husks, and reclaimed hardwood timber.

Into one sturdy product. Not easily split or rotted, composite decking shine in outdoor areas! They can face any weather change without fear and continue to look good year after year.

Advantages of Composite Decking

Composite decking offers a range of advantages, including its actual cost compared to timber, resistance against fading and stains, low maintenance requirements, eco-friendly nature, and unmatched durability and longevity.

Actual Cost of Timber vs. Composite Decking

When contemplating a decking project, weighing the fundamental cost differences between timber and composite decking is essential. Here’s a comparative breakdown:

Feature Timber Decking Composite Decking
Initial Cost Typically cheaper than composite decking upfront. It can be expensive initially but offers excellent value due to durability and longevity.
Maintenance Cost Regular maintenance increases long-term costs, including staining, sanding, and replacing damaged boards. Minimal maintenance is required—no need for staining, sanding or painting. The colour is fade-resistant, saving long-term costs.
Lifespan Although durable, timber decking may need replacing after 10-15 years. Due to its resistance to rotting and splintering, composite decking has a much longer lifespan.
Weather Resistance Timber decking may be susceptible to weather damage. Composite decking is highly weather resistant, making it suitable for all climates.
Eco-Friendly Timber decking can contribute to deforestation. Composite decking is made from recycled materials, making it an eco-friendly option.

Composite decking costs significantly less than timber decking due to its durability, low maintenance requirements and eco-friendly features.

Resilient Against Fading and Stains

Composite decking fights off stains and fades nicely. This is because of the mix of wood fibres and recycled plastic. It doesn’t lose its colour as time goes by. Composite decking keeps looking new for years! Even hot sun or heavy rain won’t hurt it.

This type of decking deals with spills better than natural wood, too. Cleaning up if you drop food or drinks on composite boards is easy! You don’t have to worry about any marks staying behind.

Picture of composite decking boards with a metal pergola in Seymour

Minimal Maintenance Needed

Composite decking saves you time. It doesn’t need a lot of care. You won’t have to paint, stain or seal it like timber decking. This type of decking fights rot and splintering on its own. You will only need to clean it with soap and water.

Eco-Friendly Decking Solution

Composite decking is good for the earth. It uses recycled polyolefin, rice husks, and reclaimed hardwood timber. This makes less trash in our landfills, and we don’t have to cut down new trees to make it.

Go green with your backyard; choose composite decking!

Unmatched Durability and Longevity

Composite decking is loved for lasting a long time. It fights off rot and splinters, so it stays strong in all weather. Also, it’s safe for kids and pets as it doesn’t slip or give splinters. So, choosing composite decking gives you a deck that will keep its shape and colour for years to come!

Our Range of Composite Decking Products

We offer a range of Melbourne composite timber decking boards that are Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 rated, feature cutting-edge co-extrusion technology, come in various colours and styles, and include decking add-ons for added functionality.

Picture of a deck made of composite decking boards near the garden in Seymour

Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 Rated

Our decking boards stand up to the test in fire-prone areas. They have a Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 rating. This means they withstand heat better than many other materials. So, if you live where bushfires are shared, our fire proof decking is a good choice!

Cutting-Edge Co-extrusion Decking

Co-extrusion decking is the top choice for many. It uses recycled polyolefin, rice husks, and reclaimed hardwood timber.

This combo makes it robust against all weather types. It does not splinter or rot, so it lasts longer than wood decks.

A Spectrum of Decking Colours and Styles

At Futurewood, we provide various composite decking options in multiple colours to complement your taste. Our composite timber products come in both single and co-extrusion varieties, boasting up to 13 standard shades and bespoke choices for colours and finishes.

Decking Add Ons

In Seymour, we offer a range of deck installation solutions, including various clips and secure blackened screws. We also provide Composite Timber Cleaner for easy deck maintenance.

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

Why Futurewood is Your Top Choice

Choose Futurewood for your composite decking needs and experience a commitment to sustainability, high-quality products, Australian ownership, and the convenience of our decking calculator.

Commitment to Sustainability

At Futurewood, we are committed to sustainability. We understand the importance of protecting our environment and strive to provide eco-friendly decking solutions. Our composite decking is made from recycled wood fibres and plastic.

Using these recycled materials, we help reduce waste and minimise our impact on natural resources.

High-Quality and Reliable Product Range

Our range of composite decking products at Futurewood is known for its high quality and reliability. We are committed to providing you with decking solutions that will last for years to come.

Our decking boards are made from wood fibres and recycled plastic, ensuring durability and resistance against rotting and splintering. They are also designed to be weather resistant, making them suitable for any outdoor area.

Australian Owned

Futurewood is proud to be an Australian-owned company committed to providing high-quality composite decking products. As an locally owned business, we understand the unique climate and conditions that decks need to withstand in this country. By choosing Futurewood, you are supporting local businesses and contributing to the growth of our economy.

Picture of lounge chairs on a composite deck boards by a pool in Seymour

Decking Calculator

Planning and estimating the cost of your composite decking project is made easy with our handy Decking Calculator. This online tool gives you an instant estimate of how much decking material you’ll need based on the size and dimensions of your outdoor space.

Input the required information, such as the length and width of your deck, and let our calculator do the rest. It’s a convenient way to ensure you order the right decking price for your project, helping you avoid waste or unnecessary expenses.

Some More Details About Seymour – VIC 3660

Seymour, located in Victoria, Australia, is a town of historical charm set against the backdrop of the Goulburn Valley. With well-preserved architecture and landmarks like the Vietnam Veterans Commemorative Walk, Seymour offers a glimpse into the past. As a gateway to the Strathbogie Ranges, it’s a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, with hiking and camping opportunities. Seymour’s warm community and serene countryside make it a delightful destination in regional Victoria.

Map of Seymour VIC

Seymour Statistics

Coordinates: 37°1′48″S 145°7′48″E

Population: 6,569 (2021)

Established: 1839

Postcode: 3660

Elevation: 148 m (486 ft)


104 km (65 mi) N of Melbourne

80 km (50 mi) S of Shepparton

LGA: Shire of Mitchell

State Electorate: Euroa

Federal Division: Nicholls

Mean max temp: 21.1 °C 70 °F

Mean min temp: 7.7 °C 46 °F

Annual rainfall: 597.9 mm 23.5 in

Get in Touch with Futurewood

Here at Futurewood, we understand that choosing the suitable decking for your outdoor space is essential, so we offer a range of high-quality composite decking products. Our decking boards are designed to be durable, low maintenance, and eco-friendly.

With a variety of colours and styles to choose from, you can create a deck that matches your aesthetic preferences.

So don’t hesitate! Get in touch with Futurewood today for all your composite timber decking needs.