Which Composite Decking should I choose?
There are so many composite deckings to choose from in Australia right now.
How do you know which composite deck to choose? Isn’t it all just plastic decking?
You could just buy Ekodeck from Bunnings like 1000’s of other people every year, or you could do your research and quickly realise why you shouldn’t.
Full disclosure here, at Demak Timber & Hardware we stock and recommend the number 1 selling composite deck in the world, Trex Transcend Decking. We also stock Modwood which is an excellent, locally made uncapped WPC decking. (Made from recycled milk bottles and sawdust.)
Other brands that we can supply by special order include Millboard, Timbertech and Azek.
But the question you are asking yourself is, “What is the best composite decking in Australia?”
We have compiled this composite decking review so you can compare the difference and make up your own mind.
Trex = Tougher Decking Just a few years ago, most manufactured decking was “composite,” typically a combination of wood fibers and polymers🛠 Composite was a big improvement over wood. Premium Trex Composite decking offers something even better: “capped” or “shelled” decking 👇 Trex’s core is covered with a layer of denser, tougher poly material which means resistance to scratches, stains and fading 🌞 #trex #decking #trexdecking #deckingsolutions #compositedecking #deck #trexaustralia
Use your creativity to add unique accents to your Trex deck 💡🛠 This Trex display was showcased at the Ideas Show in Valley Forge, PA – United States using the Trex Transcend Tropical Tiki Torch & Lava Rock colours 😍🎨 Shoutout to @jamrobi for this incredible Trex display 👏👏 #trex #trexdisplay #trexdecking #tikitorch #lavarock #deckingsolutions #compositedecking #deck #trexpro @trexcompany