These FSC® certified timber (FSC-C009500) composite decking and cladding boards are made in Europe in a state-of-the-art, environmentally aware facility which is run by solar energy and where they use stored rainwater for cooling during the manufacturing process. The boards are of solid construction, are made entirely from recycled wood and plastics, and are themselves fully recyclable.
Composite decking is available in many flooring materials, but timber composite decks are the most popular choice on the Australian market.
A composite deck is laid with planks constructed from recycled wood fibre and virgin polymer. Virgin polymer is a plastic combined with the wood fibres to form a composite plank, so named because it is formed from multiple materials.
The result is a denser, harder and heavier product than if the plank was wood alone. With no health and safety issues, this makes it ideally suited to use in commercial and public areas as well for private decks.
Composite decking offers a range of advantages for commercial and residential use, including:
The Havwoods range of Trekker Composite Decking has been designed to bring Australian customers the highest quality composite decks on the market. Our design has been informed by over 40 years of experience in the flooring industry, which means when specify or buy our Trekker Decking, you enjoy:
Still not convinced that Trekker Composite Decks are what you need for your renovation project? Here we’ve answered some of the questions you might have to help you make your decision.
Made in Europe in an environmentally aware facility, from recycled wood fibre and virgin polymer, Trekker composite decking is FSC® certified (C009500). This ensures materials have been responsibly sourced from replenishable forests, that the local wildlife are protected, and the workers and communities benefit from fair trade.
Because a composite deck isn’t made from pure wood, it can last anywhere from 25 to 30 years, an average lifespan of 10 years longer than a traditional timber deck.
While composite decks don’t warp, they may sag if installed with improper spacing between the joists. We provide all our customers with installation instructions to prevent accidental errors during installation that may lead to sagging.
Unfortunately, it is best not to install composite decks over existing boards for a number of reasons:
You can also order a free flooring sample online, which will be delivered to any Australian address.
Have a question? Get in touch with our friendly team to learn more about our Trekker Composite Decking range.