Composite Decking Canberra

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Composite Decking

Are you in Canberra, Queanbeyan or the surrounding area and looking to upgrade your terrace with composite decking? We’re more than happy to help.

What is composite decking?

Composite decking is a type of decking made from wood. It is designed to provide a more durable, low-maintenance alternative to traditional wooden decks. Composite decking is available in a variety of colours and styles, making it a versatile choice for any home.

If you’re looking for a decking material that is low-maintenance and durable, composite timber decking may be the right choice for you. Call us to find out which colour and style suits your property.

Composite Decking
Composite Decking

Why do Home & Business Owners Choose Composite Decking?

Compared to plastic decking, composite is superior in performance. MS Deck Repair’s composite decking is slip-resistant making it the best choice for outdoor space. We have a huge selection of styles and colours to choose from. Made from the finest and recyclable wood materials, our composite decking can resist fading, UV, the elements, mould, mildew, pests, and stains.

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Why Choose Keksia Composite Decking

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BAL 29 Fire Rating
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25 Years Warranty
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Durable & Built to Last
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P5 Anti-slip
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Low Maintenance
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No Oiling Needed
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Fade & UV Resistant

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What Our Clients Say

Dave & Jane Chisholm

We have used MS Deck Repairs on more than one occasion for different projects around our home. Initially we had an uninspiring area around our pool with little seating or lounging available. They came to the resecure designing and building a beautiful and useful deck area with seating included. Thank you Marc & Stefan, we look forward to working with you again on our next project.

Dave & Jane

Robert and Lee-Anne Radstaak

We asked MS Deck Repairs to build us a new pergola on a very difficult site. Marc’s ingenuity and patience helped us overcoming some difficulties with the site and we got the outcome we wanted at a reasonable price. He did such a great job we got him back twice, once to replace a rotted pergola and to install a new deck and pergola!

Robert and Lee-Anne Radstaak
Shackleton Park, Mawson

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Common Questions About Composite Decking

The composite core is made of 60% recycled wood fibre and 40% Recycled HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene). The Co-Extruded Cap Layer is made out of Virgin Polyethylene – Dupont with a UV pack.
The composite decking comes in IPE, Teak, Walnut, Aged wood, Antique, Silver Grey and Beech.
No, composite decking is not completely waterproof. However, it is more resistant to water than traditional wood decking. The material is made to be durable and withstands a lot of wear and tear, so it can handle splashes and light rain fairly well.
There are several benefits of composite decking, including its durability, low maintenance requirements, and that it is eco-friendly. The material is also slip-resistant, so it is a good choice for areas around pools or hot tubs.
Yes, composite decking is easy to install. The boards snap together, so there is no need for nails or screws. This makes the installation process much faster than traditional wood decking. However, for professional results, it’s best to hire an expert team to install your composite decking.

The price of composite decking varies depending on the brand and the specific product. To learn more about the price of composite decking and installation give us a call or send us your enquiry by filling in the form here.

Composite decking is a durable, low-maintenance material that offers many benefits and yes it’s worth the price
Composite decking is weather, rot and insect repellant, among the most durable and sustainable decking materials available to homeowners. Because of its low maintenance properties and relative strength, it often has a longer lifespan than traditional decking materials which often need to be maintained, repaired and replaced periodically. Typically composite decking can last between 25 and 30 years depending on the type of material used, the activity is undertaken on the deck and the environment in which it exists. Homeowners typically are attracted to composite decking in part due to its long term warranty.
Yes! Composite decking is appropriate around the pool area and is often the preferred material of choice both among homeowners who are looking to add a pool to their outdoor space and construction organisations that advise on how to manage value and performance. Many of the properties inherent in composite decking make it ideal for pool areas including built-in moisture resistance, a P% slip-resistance rating and U/V resistance. Composite decking in pool areas can mimic the look and feel of traditional woods without additional framing requirements so that your pool area is as safe and secure as possible.
One of the largest benefits for homeowners who have composite decking in their properties is that it is relatively low maintenance. After all, pressure washing is not usually recommended for composite decking for a number of reasons. First, it’s not necessary, you can simply wash your composite decking with soapy water as long as you make sure to rinse it really well afterwards. And if done incorrectly (washing too closely or using too much pressure), power washing can be a costly mistake leading to etching that will need to be repaired. For those reasons, we advise against pressure washing your composite decking.