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    Futurewood landscaping products offer a composite alternative to wood

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    Futurewood presents a range of composite landscaping products that offer an environment-friendly alternative to wood.

    The onset of winter is just the right time to spruce up the garden and upgrade the landscaping. One can for instance, add neat edges to garden beds, put up an attractive screen in front of the ugly pool pump or install a deck using one of Futurewood’s environment-friendly solutions for the garden.

    Futurewood's EnviroSlat garden edging can be used around pools, garden beds, ponds, or as pathways. Made from composite wood, EnviroSlat is termite resistant and won't ever rot or need messy oiling or repainting. However, it is the perfect alternative for wood lovers as it looks just like timber and will complement an existing wood themed landscape with all the low maintenance, environment-friendly advantages of composite wood.

    Made entirely from recycled materials, Futurewood's landscape products combine the attractiveness of wood with the environment-friendly and long lasting characteristics of composite made of recycled HDPE sourced from domestic and industrial waste, cellulose fibre and rice husks; all these materials would otherwise have contributed to landfill and carbon emissions.

    Apart from promoting the cause of recycling, Futurewood is also preventing the destruction of rainforests by producing a cost effective and convenient wood replacement. The composite products do not require maintenance such as painting or oiling, preventing further damage to the environment, as dangerous chemicals are not needed to keep Futurewood landscaping products looking good.

    Futurewood's composite landscaping products are also ideal for DIY projects enabling homeowners to colour co-ordinate their fencing, garden edging and deck for a neat appearance, saving time and money.

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