ModWood, the original manufacturer of wood plastic composites is Australian made and owned. Made from 90% recycled wood and plastic and reclaimed environmentally friendly materials, ModWood decking looks and feel like natural timber, but requires none of the maintenance of traditional woods.
Installation of ModWood is easy as no special tools are required. A ModWood deck offers long life with minimal maintenance and is a proven performer in the harsh Australian environment. Due to the composition of ModWood, you can create a low environmental impact and stylish outdoor space.
Backed by a 10 year limited residential warranty, you can expect your deck to withstand the wear and tear of busy lives. Even though ModWood requires little of the maintenance time and costs compared to conventional timber decks, regular cleaning of your deck will assist in maintaining its great look. Avoid scratching from furniture and other hard objects and staining from foreign substances.
The modern lines of ModWood Mini board (68mm x 17mm) allow you to create a private oasis anywhere outdoors. Private courtyards, cosy outdoor living areas and stunning garden features can be created with this sleek designer product, adding contemporary style to your home. Available in a range of 4 colours – Black Bean, Jarrah, Sahara, Silver Gum and a brushed or natural finish, with various sizes, Modwood gives you the ability to create residential or commercial projects with function and style.
- Variety of colours, sizes and finishes
- Stands up to fully exposed applications –recommended for use around pools and spas
- Termite resistant
- Doesn’t Splinter
- Great value
- In addition to timber decking and screens, Modwood can also be used as a lining or cladding.
High degree of UV stability
High resistant to extreme weather
Moisture and termite resistant
ModWood will outperform conventional timbers. Most profiles have a high ‘Anti-slip Rating’ R11.
Won’t rot, crack, warp or splinter (so long as installed and used as recommended)
Blends with any architectural style