A beautiful outdoor room with fibre cement decking
Create a view and entertain all year round
Outdoor rooms are fast becoming a standout feature in Australian homes. Decks, balconies, verandahs and patios are being designed, coloured and furnished as a stylish place for entertaining all year round. Switched-on homeowners know that building a pool against your house or designing an outdoor room deck creates a beautiful view from your living area.
Why buy HardieDeck™
- Safe for bushfire zones, fire pits and BBQs.
- A durable low to ground deck solution.
- A spa and poolside performer.
- Modern colours for outdoor rooms.
A large choice of colours
- Light Grey
- Mid Grey
- Dark Charcoal
- Burnt Clay
- Warm Sand
- Light Limestone
- Mid Grey
- Warm Sand
A 3D Walk around system
A different type of composite decking material built to last, come rain or shine
HardieDeck™ is designed to stay strong as it ages. Unlike timber, HardieDeck is resistant to damage from moisture and termites. And when the sun beats down, you can rely on HardieDeck™ not to warp or splinter
Safe for bushfire zones, fire pits and barbeques
Both timber and traditional composite decks don’t stand up to bushfires or the risk of fire from BBQs and fire pits. HardieDeck™ is deemed non-combustible making it an ideal bushfire zone deck or fire pit deck.
A durable low to ground deck solution*
With adequate cross-flow ventilation HardieDeck can be used as low as 150mm from the ground with it's new concealed fixing system that integrates drainage and improves ventilation.
Download the Installation Guide to find out how.
Smooth and solid underfoot
With concealed screws and solid, splinter-free boards, HardieDeck™ feels smooth and safe and under bare feet. Walk, play and run in comfort with no sign of bounce, squeaks or sponginess.
A spa and poolside performer*
Pools and spas can be punishing on decks. Repeated cycles of baking hot sun and soaking from pool water makes them vulnerable to rot and fading. Just the type of damage HardieDeck™ is designed to resist.
* when installed in strict compliance with the James Hardie literature relevant at the time of installation including but not limited to all relevant ventilation, sealing requirements and product suitability.