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Composite Materials Australia PAVING AND DECKING
or the past 15 years, Composite Materials
Australia (CMA) has been connecting
manufacturers with the building and
renovation market through the supply of
US-made wholesale products.
Over the last three years, CMA has had great
success with Passport Decking, which was
recently named the HIA Greensmart Product of the
Year 2012 finalist.
Traditionally, the market has been supplied
with wood composite, low-maintenance decking,
some made from plastics such as milk bottles.
While these are being recycled, each use causes
another carbon footprint.
Made from 100 per cent cellular PVC, Passport
Decking boards have a low carbon footprint as
compared to normal plastics, while the increased
lifespan results in a reduction in landfill and the
need to replace.
The 80-year-old US manufacturer of Passport
Decking was the first in America to produce PVC
products back in 1968, and has gained a reputation
as an industry leader.
The advanced cellular PVC material that
Passport Decking is made from has been tried and
tested in exterior settings in Australia for years.
Guaranteed to contain no wood fibre, Passport
Decking is like no other deck board.
It offers high UV-stability and extreme
resistance to scratches, mould and stains. It
also features an unmatched 25-year warranty
including for delamination.
By removing the cellulose content found in
composite timbers, Passport Decking has solved
the fade and mould issues faced by homeowners
nationwide. Furthermore, military grade
surface polymers are integrated for sun and heat
reflection, keeping it cooler under foot.
Call Composite Materials to see Passport
Decking on display and be amazed by its
resemblance to real timber.
Passport Decking boards are made from 100 per cent
cellular PVC, with a low carbon footprint.
Composite Materials Australia
Phone 1300 719 235
Mobile 0410 698 252
We b www.compositematerials.com.au
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