Permadeck Composite Decking are suppliers of Composite Wood decking boards throughout New Zealand and Australia. Residential decks, architectural decking, heavy duty and marine decks are our speciality. Permadeck is the most natural looking composite decking product.
As composite decking gains a foothold in the New Zealand market, here is a close look at how it performs compared to traditional hardwoods. Permadeck composite decking is manufactured in the USA under strict controls.
TimberTech USA are world leaders in the innovation and manufacture of composite decking. This hardy wood/plastic decking range includes matching fascia and hidden or colour matched fasteners.
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Significant problems with composite decking have been uncovered, particularly with products from newer, less experienced manufacturers. So let’s make some comparisons on the key performance factors between timber decking and wood plastic composite decking.
Composite decking is a better alternative to timber decking. Composite decking is kinder to the environment, ultra-low maintenance & easy to care for.
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Kwila decking, also known as Merbau, is a hardwood decking that is very popular in throughout Auckland and New Zealand. This timber also has an eye-catching natural red colour and withstands termites organically.
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Hardwood timber like Kwila has been very common in the New Zealand decking industry for years. Other hardwoods like Purpleheart, Vitex, and Garapa are also used throughout the industry.