Living is easy with HardieDeck™. Defined by clean, modern lines and built to withstand the demands of the Australian outdoors, HardieDeck™ gives you the chance to enjoy life, rather than work on your deck
Your deck is the perfect place to spend time outdoors with family and friends. The HardieDeck™ system is low maintenance and ‘low worry’, so you can enjoy a great looking deck, without the usual hard work†.
Safe and solid underfoot
This is a robust new breed of decking, made from the same stuff used in building projects throughout the world. It’s securely fixed, giving it a sturdy feel and making it smooth to walk on, with no splinters or nails to get in your way.
HardieDeck™ is tough and hard wearing – fire, water, and termite resistantᶧ, backed by a 10 year warranty ensuring you’ll enjoy the outdoors for many years to come.
Made for your climate
HardieDeck™ enhances outdoor living in Australian conditions from country to coast, tropical rainforests to urban areas. Use it to give an old deck a new life, or create a brand new outdoor room, pool surround, balcony, sundeck, boardwalk or stunning entrance for your home.
Modern good looks
Its distinctive broad architecture profile turns heads and makes it a stunning addition to modern or traditional homes alike.
Clean lines, extra wide
Clean lines, an extra wide 196mm board and an extensive range of colour options makes designing your outdoor living space with HardieDeck™ a joy. Using the patent pending ‘Fast-track’ fixing system, each HardieDeck™ board is attached through a cleaver concealed fixing process that allows the surface to remain beautifully smooth and safe to walk on (no splinters or nails sticking up), just like an indoor floorboard. This is, after all, an outside ‘room’.
Because good design should be simple
- Bushfire Approved – Flame Zone (BAL-FZ)
- Resistant to Rotting
- Resistant to Termites
- Resistant to moisture Damage
- Safe and Solid Underfoot
- Wide Colour Choice
- 10 Year System Warranty
†When installed and maintained correctly and to the extent set out in James Hardie’s published literature current at the time of installation.