Composite Decking
Two Rocks

Composite timber decking from Futurewood is a top choice in Two Rocks. It mixes recycled plastic and timber fibres to make a strong deck material. Made from recycled polyolefin, rice husks, and reclaimed hardwood timber. People love it because it looks like natural wood but without the headaches.

Composite decking is very tough. It does not fade or rot quickly like wooden decks do! Plus, the recycled materials used help our planet.

Benefits of Composite Decking

Perth composite timber decking offers several benefits that make it an excellent choice for your outdoor living space. It is highly durable and long-lasting, requiring minimal maintenance. Additionally, composite decking is fade and stain-resistant, environmentally friendly, and has a comparable cost to timber decking.

Durability and Longevity

Composite decking lasts a long time. It is challenging and fights off rotting, fading, and splitting. This makes it keep its good looks for many years. Unlike wood decks, composite decks stay strong over time.

Low Maintenance

Composite decking is easy to take care of. It does not need a lot of work to keep it looking new for years. You won’t need to stain, sand or paint it like timber decking. Just clean your composite decking with soap and water twice, and it will look as good as new.

Image of composite deck boards on a pool with blue and white cushions in Two Rocks

Fade and Stain Resistance

Composite timber decking boards keep their colour. They don’t fade like other woods. You can also clean them quickly because they resist stains. It will shine under the sun and stay bright even with lots of use. This makes your deck look new for many years.

Environmentally Friendly

Composite decking is good for the planet. It uses recycled recycled polyolefin, rice husks, and reclaimed hardwood timber in our manufacturing process. Meaning less tree harvesting and reduced landfill waste.

Actual Cost of Timber vs. Composite Decking

Understanding the difference between timber decking cost and composite decking cost is crucial to making an informed decision.

Decking Material Initial Cost Ongoing Maintenance Cost Lifespan
Timber Lower initial cost compared to composite decking, but this can vary depending on the type of timber. It requires regular sealing, painting, and staining to maintain its appearance, which can be expensive and time-consuming over the years. The lifespan of timber decking is generally shorter than composite decking and can be affected by elements such as moisture and termites.
Composite The upfront cost of composite decking is higher than timber. However, it’s a long-term investment that pays off over time. Composite decking is low maintenance, requiring occasional cleaning—no need for costly and labour-intensive sealing, painting, or staining. Composite decking is known for its durability and resistance to fading, rotting, moulding, splitting, and cupping, which lasts longer than timber decking.

Our Composite Decking Products

We offer co-extrusion decking, various decking resources, and BAL 29-rated composite decking in multiple colours and styles.

Image of composite deck boards with chairs and a table in Two Rocks

Co-extrusion Decking

Co-extrusion decking is top-notch. It is made of recycled plastic and fibre wood mix. This mix forms a hard outer shell. The shell guards the board and helps it to last longer. With co-extrusion, your decks will not face rot or mould issues like timber.

Plus, you can forget about fading colours! No splinters or cracks will show up either. So, you get beauty that lasts for years with less fuss!

Decking Resources

In Two Rocks, we provide various deck solutions, from starters to self-drilling locking clips, all with secure blackened screws. For deck upkeep, use our Composite Timber Cleaner.

Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 Rated

Our composite decking products are designed to meet the highest safety standards, including Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) 29 Rated. Fire rated composite decking is engineered with materials designed to resist fire hazards, providing a safer and more resilient option for outdoor decking in fire-prone areas. Knowing that your outdoor space is protected in case of a bushfire provides peace of mind. So you can enjoy your deck without worrying about fire hazards.

Decking Colours and Styles

Futurewood offers a range of composite decking options to match your style. Our composite timber products come in single or co-extrusion varieties, offering up to 13 standard colours and custom choices. Your unique vision is our priority.

Picture of composite deck boards with stylish furniture and outdoor patio in Two Rocks

Why Choose Futurewood

Choose Futurewood for high-quality and reliable composite decking products. With a commitment to sustainability and Australian ownership, we offer a range of decking options in various colours and styles.

Our Products are High-Quality, provide peace of mind, and are Reliable

Our composite decking products at Futurewood are known for their high quality and reliability. We take pride in offering decking boards that are durable, long-lasting, and resistant to fading, rotting, moulding, splitting, and cupping.

Our co-extrusion decking is designed to withstand the harsh Australian climate and is rated BAL 29 for bushfire attack level. With a range of stylish colours and finishes available, our composite decking provides a realistic timber appearance without the maintenance requirements of traditional timber decks. You can trust Futurewood will enhance your outdoor space for years.

Commitment to Sustainability

At Futurewood, we are committed to sustainability. Our composite decking products are made from recycled plastic and reclaimed timber, reducing the demand for new materials.

We believe in creating high-quality and reliable products that minimise waste and have a lower environmental impact than traditional timber decking.

Australian Ownership

Futurewood takes pride in being an Australian-owned company. We are committed to delivering high-quality composite decking products. By choosing Futurewood, you can support local businesses and contribute to the growth of our economy. So, when you choose Futurewood, you get a great product and support the local community.

Image of a composite deck boards featuring a white railing in Two Rocks

Decking Calculator

  • Calculate the number of composite decking boards you need for your project using our calculator.
  • Simply entering your deck calculator’s dimensions will instantly estimate how many boards you’ll need.
  • Our decking calculator considers the boards’ size, width, and length to ensure accurate results.
  • You can adjust the calculations to include wastage or extra boards for future repairs or replacements.
  • Using our instant estimate tool saves you time and helps you plan your composite decking project efficiently.
  • With our decking calculator, you can quickly determine the quantity of composite timber needed, ensuring a seamless installation process.

Exciting Facts About Two Rocks – WA 6037

Two Rocks, nestled along the picturesque Western Australian coastline, is a tranquil coastal town renowned for its stunning rock formations and pristine beaches. Boasting a vibrant marina, it’s a hub for water enthusiasts and offers a relaxed seaside lifestyle. Two Rocks embodies the essence of coastal living, making it a charming destination along the WA coast.

Map of Two Rocks WA

Two Rocks Statistics

Coordinates: 31.495°S 115.588°E

Population: 3,822 (SAL 2021)

Established: 1975

Postcode: 6037

Area: 52 km2 (20.1 sq mi)

Location: 61 km (38 mi) NNW of the Perth CBD

LGA: City of Wanneroo

State Electorate: Butler

Federal Division: Pearce

Contact Futurewood

Ready to enhance your outdoor space with composite decking? Choose Futurewood for high-quality and reliable products that are environmentally friendly.

Contact us today, and let’s turn your vision into reality!