Outdoor Decking

Enhance your outdoors with Eurotec's Decking: Natural timber charm meets composite durability.

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Modwood Composite

ModWood Decking offers a stylish and practical outdoor decking solution, ideal for both residential and commercial use. Made from eco-friendly recycled materials, it requires minimal maintenance and is resistant to extreme weather, moisture, and termites. Available in a variety of colors and finishes, ModWood provides a durable, sustainable option for enhancing outdoor spaces with elegance and functionality.

Modwood Composite Options
Smart home integration

Smart home ready

With our seamless system, you can easily manage your shutters using a remote control, a mobile app, or even through vocal commands.

Day and night

Day & night privacy

Use our system to easily control your roller blinds that serve the dual purpose of providing shade and keeping peeving eyes at bay.

UV protection

UV protection

Our roller shutters are expertly crafted to withstand the harsh Aussie sun, guaranteeing resilience and steadfastness.

Made in Australia

Made in Australia

Our roller shutters are proudly manufactured right here in Australia, showcasing exceptional local quality and craftsmanship.

Smart home integration

Smart home ready

Day and night

Day & night privacy

UV protection

UV protection

Made in Australia

Made in Australia


Experience the benefits of ModWood Decking, a blend of eco-conscious design and enduring quality:

  • Eco-Friendly Composition: Crafted from recycled materials, ModWood is an environmentally responsible decking choice.
  • Weather and Pest Resilience: Designed for Australian climates, it resists extreme weather, moisture, and termites for lasting durability.
  • Low Maintenance: ModWood’s composite material minimizes the need for frequent maintenance, unlike traditional timber decking.
  • Aesthetic Versatility: Available in various colors and finishes, ModWood decking suits different architectural styles and personal preferences.
  • Durable and Safe: Ideal for family and pet-friendly outdoor areas, it’s wear-resistant and splinter-free, ensuring a safe decking surface.
Technical Specifications
Natural Timber

Silvertop Ash, Ironbark, Blackbutt, Spotted Gum and Merbau offer durable and sustainable decking choices. These natural timbers, known for their strength and beauty, require minimal maintenance and are suited for both residential and commercial use. Each brings a unique aesthetic, from rich hues to distinctive grains, enhancing outdoor spaces with timeless elegance and practicality.

Natural Timber Options

Silvertop Ash:

  • Aesthetic Appeal: Known for its light natural color, Silvertop Ash blends well with a wide range of design styles. Its unique features like gum veins add individuality to decking projects.
  • Durability: Offers exceptional natural durability and resilience to borer activity, making it a sturdy choice for decking.
  • Environmental Sustainability: Grown in sustainable native forests, making it an eco-friendly choice.
  • Workability: Despite its toughness, it remains relatively easy to work with, a favorite among builders.


  • Visual Diversity: Offers a range of colors from cream to pale brown, often with a slight pink tinge, which ages gracefully.
  • Hardness and Durability: Blackbutt is a strong and durable hardwood, suitable for a variety of outdoor uses.


  • Longevity: Known for its strength and durability, lasting up to 40 years.
  • Color Deepening: Its color matures from yellow/brown to a deeper red/brown over time.
  • Termite Resistance: Naturally resistant to termites, making it a practical choice for decking.

Spotted Gum:

  • Diverse Aesthetics: Varies in color, typically starting light and turning to a golden light brown. It often has an attractive wavy grain.
  • Sustainable Source: Sourced from plantations across Australia, it’s an environmentally friendly hardwood.
  • Longevity and Resistance: Durable and dense, with minimal tannin leach, lasting more than 40 years.
Timber Protection

CUTEK® Extreme CD50 is an advanced wood stabiliser, specifically designed for optimal performance in preserving and enhancing timber. 

  • High-Performance Wood Stabiliser: Oil-based with a unique self-healing effect, deeply penetrating to protect wood.
  • Natural Beauty Enhancement: Highlights wood’s natural grain and texture, elevating its visual appeal.
  • Robust Protection: Long-lasting defense without flaking or peeling, maintaining wood quality.
  • Easy Maintenance: Simplified upkeep without needing to sand or strip.
  • Australian Conditions Adapted: Formulated in Australia to control moisture, reducing warping, cupping, and splitting.
  • Wood Stability Improvement: Enhances wood’s dimensional stability, prolonging its lifespan.
  • Versatile Appearance Options: Clear oil application for natural silvering over time or mixable with 16 Colourtones for design versatility.
  • Cost-Efficient: Provides up to double the coverage of most wood coatings, ensuring value for money.
  • Australian Made: Tailored for Australian climates and environmental conditions.
  • Unique Self-Healing Feature: Maintains wood’s integrity over time.

CUTEK® Extreme CD50 stands out as a comprehensive solution for timber maintenance and enhancement, ideal for the diverse Australian environment.

Technical Specifications
Colour Guide

Our decking selection presents a diverse palette, blending natural timber's warmth with modern composite's versatility. Tailor your outdoor space to your personal style, from earthy classics to sleek, contemporary finishes.

Colour Guide

Our decking selection presents a diverse palette, blending natural timber's warmth with modern composite's versatility. Tailor your outdoor space to your personal style, from earthy classics to sleek, contemporary finishes.

Modwood Colour Options

Natural Timber Colour Options


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    frequently asked questions

    What are the pros and cons of natural timber decking?
    • Pros: Natural appeal, can be cost-effective, easy to work with, adaptable for various designs, and some types of wood are very durable.
    • Cons: Requires regular maintenance, susceptible to weather damage, can be expensive depending on the wood type, and not all types are environmentally friendly.
    How often does natural timber decking need maintenance?

    Natural timber decking typically needs to be painted, stained, and sealed regularly, at least annually, to maintain its appearance and longevity.

    Can natural timber decking be easily customized?

    Yes, natural timber is versatile and can be cut and reassembled into various shapes and layouts, making it ideal for custom deck designs.

    How long can natural timber decking last?

    The lifespan varies; higher quality hardwoods can last 40 years or more with proper maintenance, while cheaper options may last only 10-15 years.

    Is natural timber decking environmentally friendly?

    This depends on the wood source; sustainably sourced timber is environmentally friendly, but it requires research to find eco-friendly options.

    What are the main benefits of composite decking over natural timber?

    Composite decking requires minimal maintenance, is resistant to moisture and mold, does not splinter, and is not prone to insect damage. It also maintains its color and look for longer without the need for regular upkeep.

    How long does composite decking last compared to natural timber?

    Composite decking can last around 20-30 years with almost no maintenance, whereas natural timber requires regular upkeep to last a long time.

    Can composite deck boards be cut and shaped like traditional wood?

    Yes, composite decking can be cut, drilled, and fastened just like traditional wood.

    Is composite decking environmentally friendly?

    Generally, yes. Composite decking is often made from waste timber and recycled plastic, which helps in reducing environmental waste.

    Does composite decking get hotter than natural timber in the sun?

    Composite decking can get slightly hotter than natural timber in direct sunlight due to its plastic content.