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Unparalleled versatility

The incredible benefits of composite decking and architectural features

Composite timber-look materials are an economical choice long term, and while initial prices may be slightly higher, their longevity will save you money in the long run. If you’re looking to upgrade or install decking, screening or wall cladding, the durability and strength of composites will ensure it stays looking newer for longer, with reduced need for repairs or renovations in the foreseeable future.

The benefits of choosing composite decking and cladding include…

  • No staining is required, saving you time and money
  • Achieve the visual appeal of wood without the drawbacks of corrosion, splintering or termites
  • No risk of thermal expansion and contraction
  • Available in a variety of colours and textures
  • Composite materials are eco-friendly and toxin-free
  • Help to prevent deforestation

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Composite options

  • Fire Rating
  • Codemark
  • Acoustics
  • Green Rating
  • Thermally Modified
  • Tractio Decking
  • Tractio Decking
  • Tractio Decking

Tractio Decking

Decking’s new powerhouse
Strong, lightweight and durable, Tractio decking is unlike other decking material on the market.

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  • Euro Selekta Clad
  • Euro Selekta Clad
  • Euro Selekta Clad

Euro Selekta Clad

A unique, pre-finished composite cladding façade with a beautiful timber-grain-embossed surface.

Fire Rating Codemark Acoustics Green Rating

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  • Latitudes Duro Decking
  • Latitudes Duro Decking
  • Latitudes Duro Decking

Latitudes Duro Decking

This composite decking boasts most of the attributes of timber, plus low maintenance, consistent colour, strength and a ‘forever young’ result.

Fire Rating

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  • Latitudes Marine Decking
  • Latitudes Marine Decking
  • Latitudes Marine Decking

Latitudes Marine Decking

A stunning composite with superior water and UV resistance that’s perfect for boardwalks, marinas, boat docks, jetties and other waterfront structures.

Fire Rating Acoustics

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  • Millboard Decking - Composite Decking Solution
  • Millboard Decking - Composite Decking Solution
  • Millboard Decking - Composite Decking Solution

Millboard Decking – Composite Decking Solution

Revolutionary composite decking that’s so convincing, you’ll struggle to believe it’s not real wood – until you enjoy years of virtually maintenance-free use.

Acoustics

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  • Valchromat
  • Valchromat
  • Valchromat

Valchromat

Create a colourful world with Valchromat. This innovative product combines colour, the soft texture and easy machining capability to provide you with full creative control.

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Urbanline’s leading range of beautiful wood composites can be used for almost any application.

This premium alternative to timber offers the beauty of natural wood, with the bonus of next to no maintenance.  The added strength of composite materials means you’ll see exceptional, ongoing results in every installation, including commercial buildings, decks, jetties, hotels, high-end residential and high UV areas.

How composites will change the way you construct…

  • Marine composite decking: UV, weather and water resistance ensures ongoing performance without the risk of rotting, fading or splitting
  • Residential composite decking: Offers style, practicality and a long-lasting finish for your home
  • Outdoor and commercial composite decking: A combination of quality materials are used to construct the most sustainable and durable composite decking boards yet, perfect for decks or for cladding walls exposed to harsh environments

The Urbanline range ticks all the boxes: durable, beautiful, fire rated, acoustic, thermal and environmental performers. Order a free sample today to see and feel the difference for yourself. Explore our wide variety of composite products and applications to bring your vision to life and achieve outstanding results.

 

Learn more about our composite materials:

What is composite decking material?

Composite decking is a premium alternative to timber, and is manmade using wood fibres and plastics combined with a bonding agent. It is formulated with innovative materials and techniques that promote longevity and durability.

Why choose composite decking?

Composite decking is a great option for heavy traffic areas or harsh environments. Composite timber-look products require next to no maintenance, are strong and durable, and have the same visual aesthetics as natural wood. Learn more about the benefits of composite decking when considering it for your next project.

Is composite cladding and decking better than wood?

Composite cladding is a better choice than wood in some applications, and has been designed to perform more favourably in particular environments. It performs better over a longer period of time when used in wet or unsheltered areas, heavy traffic areas and harsh environments.

Composite timber is also considered better for the environment, as it prevents deforestation.

Is composite decking expensive?

Composite decking is more expensive than timber decking in the initial application. Despite the higher price point, composite materials are considered more cost effective long term and the need for maintenance, repairs or renovations is significantly reduced.

Get in touch to discuss pricing and determine the best option for your project

Is composite decking waterproof?

Composite decking is water resistant. The wood fibres are encapsulated, which eradicates the chance of moisture ingress. As a result, composite decking is not under threat by damage caused from constant exposure to wet environments.

Can composite decking be used indoors?

The weather resistance, durability and strength of composite are features that make this timber alternative a popular outdoor choice. It is mostly used as a natural timber alternative in external areas that are exposed to harsh weather conditions. This being said, interior application is becoming increasingly popular. Composite options like Valchromat are ideal for interior applications including cladding, furniture, ceilings, table tops, commercial signage and fit-outs.

Can composite decking be painted / stained?

There is no need to paint or stain composite decking, which makes installation far more efficient and cost effective. Composite is designed with consistent colour toning, providing a smooth and wood-like appearance without the need for staining. Each Urbanline composite option is available in a selection of colours.

Does composite decking fade?

Some composite decking options are treated using Strandex technology, which encases the wood fibres with a high-density polyethylene. This coating protects against UV and moisture damage, which usually results in fading.

Using a composite deck sealer can also help to protect your deck from fading, oils and stains.

Does composite decking scratch easily?

Composite’s scratch resistance relies heavily on its finish. With general wear and tear, composite can be scratched in high traffic areas. While composite decking requires far less maintenance than timber decking, it is still susceptible to scratches.

Composites constructed with high-density polyethylene are more durable and have a higher resistance to scratching.

Does composite decking warp?

Composite is composed of wood fibres and plastic, which results in a dense and incredibly durable material. Therefore, composite will not warp or split like natural timber. Wood generally warps when it is exposed to moisture and it dries unevenly. Compound timber is water resistant, allowing no opportunity for moisture ingress that can lead to warping.

Will composite decking rot?

Urbanline composite decking is guaranteed not to rot or split when installed correctly. It offers excellent pest resistance, and is mostly unaffected by termites and fungal decay.

Does composite decking expand and contract?

Composite decking does expand and contract, however not to the same extent of natural wood. Composite timber expands further lengthwise rather than in width, as opposed to natural timber, which expands and contracts significantly in width.

However, not all composite timber is designed equal!

Our latest Tractio Decking is designed with breakthrough patented technology and has virtually no thermal expansion or contraction.

Does composite decking get hot?

Like any building material, composite timber will be hot underfoot after constant sun exposure. However, composite timber does not respond to heat in the way natural timber does, and it will not splinter or warp. There are several composite options that respond well to extreme heat including the Euro Selekta Clad and Latitudes Duro Decking, which offer bushfire resistance.

Is composite decking and cladding heat resistant?

Some composite timber options including Euro Selekta Clad, Latitudes Duro and Marine Decking are constructed with bushfire resistance and compliant with Australian fire ratings.

As with all materials exposed to direct sunlight, composite can heat up. However, our bushfire resistant options are certified for use in bushfire prone areas throughout Australia.

Is composite cladding and decking heavier than wood?

The weight of composite timber depends on the specific formulation of wood fibres and plastic. It is, however, significantly lighter than wood. Composite options like the Tractio Decking solution, are made up of polypropylene calcium carbonate. These materials create a powerful, strong and very lightweight timber alternative.

Is composite decking slippery?

Urbanline composite decking provides high slip resistance and grip in wet and dry conditions. Our composite decking is tested and compliant with Australian and New Zealand standards.

Composite timber is a great choice for pool and marine decking due to its non-slip properties.

Is composite decking toxic?

Composite materials are non-toxic and eco-friendly. They are composed using recycled materials, and contribute to the decrease in deforestation.

Can composite decking and cladding be recycled?

Composite timber is manmade using wood fibres, plastics and a small amount of bonding agents. The wood fibres and plastic used in the process are often recycled materials. However, given that composite timber is constructed with a combination of wood and plastic, it makes it very difficult to separate the compounds to recycle.