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Why choose a HardieDeck™ system?

Fibre Cement building products will not burn, are resistant to permanent water and termite damage, and, when installed as directed, are resistant to rotting and warping*. They are impact resistant, low in maintenance and highly durable. The products are easy to work with reliable, making them the ideal choice for professional builders, deckiing installers, designers and architects, DIY enthusiasts and homeowners.

Manufactured by James Hardie, an international building product manufacturer and a global leader in fibre-reinforced cement, HardieDeck™ challenges convention within the decking industry, delivering an innovative building product and a sustainable decking solution that lasts.

James Hardie promotes energy efficient and sustainable design and as such, when you specify and use the products, you can take comfort in the knowledge that they have been manufactured with an emphasis on reducing environmental impacts, use sustainable, plantation-grown timber & abundant low toxicity products, have no volatile organic compounds and produce a lower carbon footprint compared to many other building materials. 

What is HardieDeck™ Fibre Cement made of?

Fibre Reinforced Cement products are a mixture of:

  • Cellulose fibre, from plantation-grown Radiata Pine trees
  • Portland Cement
  • Sand
  • Water

Small amounts of other chemical additives are used to help the process, or provide products with particular characteristics.

Where can I buy a HardieDeck™ system from?

While James Hardie makes the HardieDeck™ boards, the products then goes through a number of hands before they end up in your home.

 The products are sold to distributors who then sell on to builders, installers and other specialist distributors, who either supply them directly to you or install them at your home.

The easiest way to find your nearest stockist is to use our Where to Buy supplier locator.

 

*when installed and maintained correctly and to the extent set out in James Hardie's published literature current at the time of installation.