Waterproof under your deck with Underdeck

August 19, 2021 BY

Underdeck™ solves the age-old problem for those who have wanted to utilize under the deck space and keep it dry in the wet and expand their outdoor living space.

Underdeck™ is the outdoor ceiling system that converts under your deck into a dry and usable area all year round. Manufactured in Australia, Groveturn Timberlast’s Underdeck™ solves the age[1]old problem for those who have wanted to utilise under the deck space and keep it dry in the wet and expand their outdoor living space. It is a specifically designed ceiling system that transforms the unsightliness of the underside of the deck into a desirable and usable outdoor living area all year round. Ceilings are available in all Colorbond colors, with the most popular being “Surfmist” an off white. It’s can be a DIY project, or it can be installed. Also worth considering is Groveturn Timberlast’s no-maintenance decking, which is comparable in price to merbau. Timberlast™ Composite Decking is an engineered deck board made by the extrusion of wood waste, 60 per cent, and recycled HDPE, 35 per cent. It looks feels and works like timber, but this deck does not rot, split or splinter. It is slip resistant in both wet and dry conditions, and resists penetrating stains. Timberlast™ composite decking looks natural like timber, while many other composites can look artificial and have a wax look surface. The No Maintenance Deck never needs painting, staining or sealing and comes with a 10-year limited warranty. It is solid, with a brushed surface, and if scratched it’s easily repaired. Timberlast™ deck uses a concealed fixing system. The boards are 5.8m x 140mm x 20mm and come in two colours, driftwood, and redwood, with screening/fascia 90 x 29 x 5.8m to suit. Timberlast™ decking has an Australian Standard Slip Rating of R11 and can be used in commercial applications. It gives the look of natural timber without the upkeep. Not all composite decks are the same. Visit timberlast.com.au to discover more.
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