There’s nothing we like more than a low-maintenance building material and timber decking alternative HardieDeck certainly fits that bill.
Unlike timber decking, HardieDeck doesn’t require regular staining and is also resistant to fading, termites, warping, moisture damage and fire too making it ideal for houses in a bushfire zone.
And it’s not only practical but, with its smart architectural lines it looks super smart too. The product is securely fixed in place without splinters or nails making it smooth and safe to walk on and perfect for lovers of minimalist design.
“It takes work to keep a timber deck looking good with regular staining and knocking nails back in, whereas HardieDeck is a concealed fix so you’ll never see a screw or nail and it’s hard wearing,” says James.
The boards are designed to be coated in durable paving paints which gives plenty of scope for matching or complementing other elements of your home like wall or roof colours and tiled paving – another handy design feature.
“Over time, decking usually fades and tends to grey as it ages while HardieDeck remains the colour you paint it,” says Christian Hansen, Marketing Manager for James Hardie Australia.
The product can also be clear sealed for that raw, natural look popular in contemporary architecture.
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