We stock Modwood decking and screening along with KlevaKlip fixings. The decking boards come in 88 x 23mm, 137 x 23mm and **137 x 32 mm (**By order) at 5.4 meter lengths. The screening is 68 x 17 mm in 4.8 meter lengths. ModWood is suitable for both commercial and residential use. Proudly Australian-made and designed.
Tile Importer supplies ModWood decking and screening materials in Melbourne. Contact us to enquire.
Wide Colour Range
We stock the entire ModWood Natural Grain Collection colour range, so you can choose one that fits your property:
- Black Bean (brown/black)
- Silver Gum (silver/grey)
- Sahara (burnt orange)
All variants have black pigment dispersed throughout the boards to give it a natural look. One side of the board is smooth, while the reverse is brushed.
Designed for Decking and Screening
ModWood is the ultimate choice for decking and screening in Australia.
- It’s child-friendly.ModWood does not splinter and can be installed in places frequented by children, like pools.
- It has a comfortable temperature.Tests show that ModWood boards have a similar temperature to natural timber.
- It comes in a variety of styles.We stock different ModWood colours and sizes so you can build a deck that matches your façade.
- It withstands saltwater.The boards resist saltwater and it can be used for pontoons and docks. However, ModWood is not designed to “live in moisture.”
Our ModWood selection is engineered for high performance in Australia’s harsh weather. It resists warping, cracking and splintering. ModWood decking also features a high degree of UV stability and resists moisture, water and termite infestation. When installed in elevated decks, the boards can comfortably accommodate heavy foot traffic and hefty weight.
No need for sanding, sealing or painting for long-term protection. Get in touch with our Melbourne team for enquiries.
ModWood 88mm decking boards boast an R10 anti-slip rating on both faces, while our 137 mm boards have an R11 anti-slip rating.
Resistance to Bush Fire Attack
The ModWood Flame Shield® is specially designed for homes and businesses in bush-prone areas.
It has the look and feel of a conventional deck, but it has a bushfire attack level rating of BAL-40. As such, it’s suitable for use in communities that experience attack levels of BAL-40, BAL-29, BAL-19 and BAL-12.5.
Flame Shield® is available in the 137mm x 23mm profile by order only. Just like other ModWood products, Flame Shield® has an anti-slip rating of R11.
The Sustainable Choice
ModWood decks give you a stylish property with a low environmental impact.
As part of ModWood’s commitment to reduce Australia’s waste, its decking boards are made of reused materials. Each lineal metre of decking contains about 37 recycled plastic bottles, as well as 2kg of reclaimed pine waste. The wood fibre used to make the boards came from sustainably managed pine that’s certified by the Australian Forestry Standard.
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Download our Excel Spreadsheet, “Square Meter to Lineal Meter Calculator” below or form our download page to work out how much flooring you need or follow the below instructions.
Tip. To calculate how many lineal meters of flooring or decking you need first you must work out the total square meterage required. If you have a simple square space multiply length by width and this gets you the square meters. If it’s a more complex space break it down in to rectangular sections and multiply length and width and then add the total. Once you have this follow the below simple equation.
1000 x (Width of flooring board or decking board allowing your preferred gap between boards in millimeters) = How many lineal meters per square meter. Now multiply this by the square meterage you require and you have your total. For example.
Your deck is 2 meters wide and 4 meters long and you want to put down 88mm Modwood Decking with a 3mm gap between boards.
2 x 4 = 8 Square meters
1000 divided by 83 = 11.36 lineal meters per square meters
8 x 10.75 = 90.9 lineal meters
Note; Allow up to 10% extra for wastage.