Composite Decking

Composite decking is a top pick in Maylands. This strong deck type uses recycled polyolefin, rice husks, and reclaimed hardwood timber. It can be set up over concrete and still has good drainage. Composite decks last for years.

More people choose composite decks because they work well in all weather types. You don’t have to worry about the rain or sun affecting your deck if you choose composite timber decking boards! They are safe to walk on with bare feet and pets, as there’s no fear of splinters.

Benefits of Composite Decking

Composite decking Perth has numerous benefits, including low maintenance, durability and longevity, environmental friendliness, fade and stain resistance, and cost advantage over timber decking.

Low Maintenance

With composite decking, you don’t need to work hard. This type of deck is easy to clean. Just use soap and water. It does not rot or splinter like wood. You don’t have to paint or stain it each year.

Composite decks are suitable for a long time with very little care.

Durability and Longevity

Composite decking lasts a long time. It does not rot or break like wood. This makes it challenging and safe to walk on for many years. Bad weather cannot harm it much. Rain, sun, or frost won’t make it crack.

This type of decking is also safer for children and pets. There are no sharp splinters that can hurt feet or paws. Composite timber decking stays strong in all seasons, making your deck look great all year round!

Image of black composite deck boards with steps in Maylands

Environmentally Friendly

Composite decking helps our planet. It uses less wood than regular timber decks. So, we cut down fewer trees. The plastic is often from recycled goods like milk jugs and water bottles.

Wood plastic composite deck reduces waste going to landfills. Making composite decking also uses less energy and water than making wood decks. Using this product shows your care for the environment.

Fade and Stain Resistance

Composite decking stands up well against stains and fading. You can spill your drink or drop some sauce, but it won’t leave a mark. The sun can shine bright all day, but the colour stays the same.

Kids can play on it without worry. Your pets will love it, too! It’s made to be tough against messes and sunlight to ensure its rich colour lasts for years.

Actual Cost of Timber vs. Composite Decking

Composite decking, despite its higher initial cost compared to timber, proves more cost-effective over time. Timber, with its lower upfront cost, entails frequent maintenance, leading to increased expenses. In contrast, composite decking, though initially pricier, offers durability and low maintenance, resulting in reduced long-term costs. Timber demands regular treatment, staining, and painting, while composite decking requires minimal upkeep, making it a lasting investment. Additionally, the use of recycled materials in composite decking enhances its sustainability. In summary, the higher upfront cost of composite decking is offset by its long-term advantages in durability, maintenance, and environmental impact.

Our Composite Decking Products

We offer a range of high-quality composite decking products, including co-extrusion decking and BAL 29 decking options.

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Co-Extrusion Decking

Co-extrusion decking is a top choice for its robust features. Made from wood and plastic, it lasts long without rotting or splintering. It stays nice even in all types of weather. Unlike other types, this decking does not warp and handles the sun well.

It’s safe to walk barefoot as it is slip-free and has no sharp splinters. The quality makes it great for families with kids or pets at home. Composite decks are easy to install anywhere, even over concrete, if the place drains water well and gets air.

Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 Rated

Composite decking at Futurewood is Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 rated. This means BAL 29 composite decking can resist high bushfire attacks. You get more safety with this type of decking. It’s made strong enough to stand up against harsh weather and fire—perfect for homes in high-risk bushfire areas.

BAL 29 composite timber decking boards quality won’t drop over time because of these severe conditions. Stick with Futurewood’s composite timber decking if you want top fire safety.

Decking Colours and Styles

At Futurewood, we provide an assortment of composite decking options designed to complement your style, whether you lean towards the timeless aesthetic of natural timber or a more contemporary, sleek design. Our composite timber products are available in single and co-extrusion variations, offering a choice of up to 13 classic colours and additional flexibility for custom colour and finish preferences.

Decking Addons

In Maylands, we offer a comprehensive range of deck installation solutions, including starter, finisher, and standard deck clips with secure blackened screws and locking clips for easy self-drilling into metal surfaces and breaker board clips. We recommend our Composite Timber Cleaner, available in 1-litre and 4-litre bottles, to maintain your deck’s appearance and protect your investment.

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Why Choose Futurewood

When choosing composite decking for your Maylands project, Futurewood is the intelligent choice. Our high-quality and reliable products ensure a durable, long-lasting deck that will withstand all weather conditions.

As an Australian-owned company, we are committed to sustainability and environmentally friendly practices. With a range of decking colours and styles, you can find the perfect match for your outdoor space.

Our Products are High-Quality and Reliable

Our composite decking products are known for their high quality and reliability. They are made from a combination of wood and plastic, which makes them durable and long-lasting. Unlike timber decking, our composite decking is highly warped-resistant and will not rot or splinter.

It is also weather-resistant and can withstand all types of weather conditions. Our products are designed to be safe, with a slip-resistant surface that is perfect for bare feet, children, and pets.

We take pride in offering only the best materials for your decking needs.

Australian Ownership

Futurewood takes pride in being an Australian-owned company. We are committed to supporting and promoting local businesses and industries. By choosing Futurewood, you can trust that you invest in high-quality Australian products that meet the highest quality and sustainability standards.

Choose Futurewood for your decking needs and support Australian ownership.

Commitment to Sustainability

We at Futurewood take our commitment to sustainability seriously. Our composite decking products are designed with the environment in mind. Using a combination of wood and plastic materials reduces the demand for timber, helping conserve natural resources.

Our composite decking is highly durable and long-lasting, meaning less waste over time than traditional wooden decking that may need frequent replacement. We are proud to be an Australian-owned company and strive to promote sustainable practices within our industry.

Picture of composite deck boards with pool steps in Maylands

Decking Calculator

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More About Maylands – WA 6051

Maylands, located along the Swan River in Western Australia, is a vibrant and historic suburb combining riverside living charm with urban convenience. Near Perth’s city centre, Maylands boasts tree-lined streets, historic architecture, and a lively assortment of local businesses, including cafes, restaurants, and boutiques. 

Map of Maylands WA

Maylands Statistics

Coordinates: 31.9291384°S 115.897344°E

Population: 13,199 (SAL 2021)

Established: 1830s

Postcode: 6051

Area: 5 km2 (1.9 sq mi)

Location: 5 km (3 mi) NE of the Perth CBD

LGA: City of Bayswater

State Electorate: Maylands

Federal Division: Perth

Contact Futurewood

Ready to upgrade your outdoor space with durable and low-maintenance composite decking? Contact Futurewood today for high-quality and reliable Australian-owned products committed to sustainability.

Use our handy decking calculator for an instant estimate. Don’t wait; start creating your dream deck now!