Twenty years ago, if a timber sales rep told you that they’d found decking material that was low maintenance, easy to fix, environmentally friendly and didn’t require any painting – EVER! – you’d think they were off their rocker.

Today, however, improved technology and the drive for sustainable decking materials has given birth to a whole new range of environmentally friendly composite decking options. This range is called wood plastic composite (WPC), and it’s set to become the new face of decking, cladding and fencing in Australia.

What is WPC?

WPC is normally made from recycled plastic and a cellulose material (like sawdust). Futurewood’s range of WPC is made from recycled HPDE industrial waste, rice husks and recycled hardwood timber. It’s extremely low maintenance, durable, fantastic looking, and – most importantly – sustainable.

Say goodbye to time-consuming painting and maintenance!

That’s right. Futurewood’s WPC materials do not rot or degrade, require frequent painting or any treatments with harsh chemicals or solvents. They are durable, easy to install, and come in a range of different colours and finishes.

A sustainable choice

At Futurewood, we believe that timber looks great in a forest – why not let it stay there? Rainforests are a crucial part of our global eco-system and need our protection. Using Futurewood composite decking rather than rainforest timber helps protect our eco-system and saves you time and money in maintenance costs. Contact Futurewood today to find out how we can provide you with composite decking materials that look great, help the environment and save you money!