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Product Description

Ekodeck is a new style of decking that looks and feels like natural timber, but never requires oiling or painting and is naturally weather resistant. It is made from over 90 percent reclaimed timber, bamboo and recycled plastic (high density polyethylene) and its unique design means it's less likely to splinter, cup or warp.

Resistant to termites, rot, decay, mould and mildew, Ekodeck is the perfect choice for your outdoor living area, pool sides or balconies.

  • Manufactured from reclaimed bamboo and timber and recycled plastic
  • Resistant to termites, rot, decay, mould and mildew
  • D.I.Y. installation
  • No oiling or painting required
  • Commercial anti-slip rating (R11)

Product Details

Model Name
137 x 23mm 5.4m Dark Brown Composite Decking
Model Number
N/A
Material
45% bamboo and reclaimed timber, 48% recycled plastic (high density polyethylene), 7% UV stabilisers, binding agents, anti-mould agents and colour
Colour
Dark Brown
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:137 H:23 L:5400
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:137 H:23 L:5400
Weight
4kg per L/Mkg
Timber Species
Engineered Bamboo Composite
Maintenance
Scratches repaired by sanding
Common uses
Decking

Additional Info

Warranty Info

10 year limited warranty. Visit www.ekologix.com.au for our warranty statement.

Sustainability Info

Ekodeck is made from FSC® Certified plantation bamboo and recycled plastic bottles. As one of the fastest growing plants in the world, bamboo provides a sustainable alternative to the harvesting of established tree plantations. By recycling plastic bottles destined for landfill, Ekodeck is able to further to reduce its impact on the environment.

Installation Info

Ekodeck can be installed just as easily as regular hardwood timber decking, with no special tools required. For more installation information visit www.ekologix.com.au

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