Relax on a modern deck that’s built to last

Decks are a staple of the New Zealand home, especially when summer rolls around. Finding the right decking timber, however, can be quite difficult

Terrain Stone Ash

Stone Ash is the new colour of the TimberTech composite decking. Read more

The Terrain Siver Maple

The Terrain Collection deck will enrich the natural beauty of your outdoor space. Read more

Sandy Birch & Brown Oak

A beautiful example of a colour combination of the TimberTech composite decking. Read more

Sandy Birch

Sandy Birch is the new colour of the TimberTech composite decking. Read more

Brown Oak

If you are looking for a stylish, hardy, maintenance and splinter-free deck to complement any environment, then a Terrain deck by TimberTech is the answer.The earthy, adaptable tones embody the spirit of the outdoors, whether in Brown Oak’s warm chestnut notes or the subdued stormy gre... Read more

The Terrain Siver Maple

Enjoy the low-maintenance and lasting benefits of a tough TimberTech® Deck. Read more

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