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    Architectural EnviroSlat decorative screening, fencing, façade and furniture from Futurewood

    Futurewood EnviroSlat decorative fencing slats are a low maintenance timber alternative used for creating horizontal screens and other decorative fencing applications. Thanks to its composite timber formulation, this fencing/screening product is UV stable, resists termites, mould and rot, making it ideal for fence construction in Australian conditions. The fencing/screening materials are available in 5 colours complete with a subtle embossed wood grain, providing a very realistic alternative to high maintenance timber.

    The EnviroSlat product is available in a number of different profile sizes as well as custom made options. The combination of thickness and widths provides the ultimate flexibility when considering façade designs or decorative timber look features on walls/patios/garage doors and the like. The product is also used extensively for street furniture due to its low maintenance characteristics and environmental credentials. Typical stocked profiles include 70mm x 15mm, 40mm x 30mm and 60mm x 40mm. Custom made profiles include 57mm x 32mm, 65mm x 19mm, 65mm x 32mm, 80mm x 40mm, 90mm x 20mm, 90mm x 25mm, 90mm x 40mm, 140mm x 19mm, 140mm x 25mm, 140mm x 35mm, 184mm x 24mm

    The EnviroSlat colours run right through the specially formulated composite timber material so that small scratches can be easily removed.

    Termite and Rot Resistant Decorative Screens

    • UV stable, solid colour is fade resistant
    • Extremely low maintenance
    • Rot and termite proof materials
    • long 5.4 metre lengths
    • 90% recycled/reclaimed product

    EnviroSlat for Fencing and Gates

    • Front fencing
    • Screening systems
    • Masonry fence infills
    • Screen fencing
    • Gates
    • Gables and trims

    EnviroSlat decorative fencing is available in Mahogany, SaltBush, Slate Grey, Chocolate and Walnut colours

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