Looking for a screening, fencing or cladding solution that will provide aesthetic appeal but hold up to extreme weather? Futurewood’s range of composite products offers the look of timber without the maintenance.
Screen fence and balustrade of 70mm x 15mm EnviroSlat in Saltbush colour
From simple screening to feature walls and contemporary facades, Futurewood’s range of decorative screening, fencing and cladding is a great resource that can be used to add character to any landscaping design.
Contemporary façade created using Futurewood 40mm x 30mm solid composite timber battens in Slate Grey
Futurewood decorative cladding/battens come in a range of different profile sizes, lengths, colours and finishes. They can also be custom made to suit larger projects. The company’s selection of wall, fence and screening treatments provide a simple and cost-effective way of improving or changing the look and feel of an outdoor space.
Screening boards used as shade battens of 140mm x 35mm in Chocolate
For those projects that require a batten or screening finish in a timber-look material, Futurewood composite timber battens/screening provide the perfect compromise with a solid timber-like material that doesn’t have the corresponding maintenance that exposed timber requires.
Shade screen of 40mm x 30mm battens in Sandalwood (custom colour)
Futurewood battens have colour running all the way through the material, and, unlike timber, does not need painting or staining on a regular basis. Made from a combination of wood flour, rice husks and plastic, the pre-finished composite material is built to last and retain its colour. In addition, Futurewood composite battens have a very low moisture absorbency rate, will not rot or decay, or attract termites or white ants.
Backyard screen using 40mm x 30mm battens in Slate Grey
For more information about the full range of composite products, including cladding and screening, on offer from Futurewood, contact the team today.
A fence clad in 70mm x 15mm screening slats in Sandalwood (custom colour)