Exclusive to Bamboo Building Products
This revolutionary Beautiful Natural Decking is like no other decking on the Australian Market.
HPS decking or High Pressure stamped Bamboo decking dramatically enhances longevity, lowers maintenance and creates a soft to walk on, cooler deck.
Available in Teak or Dark Chocolate.
What is HPS Decking?
We apply under high pressure coloured granulated bamboo to the well proven, strand woven solid bamboo decking board and then stamp on a timber grain. This is then baked at 200c and treated to create a long lasting and almost maintenance free decking board.
This creates a natural look and feel decking board which is ideal for the Australian climate.
Our HPS Decking won’t split or crack, is cooler, beautiful to walk on and makes for an easy to maintain deck.
Simply clean as required and every few years or so re-oil to maintain its luster.
Powder Coated Stainless clips makes it easy to install with no drilling or lifting nails to catch your feet on.
Sustainability: Bamboo is a highly renewable resource that grows much faster than traditional hardwoods. This makes it a more environmentally friendly option for anyone who is looking to reduce their impact on the environment.
Durability: Bamboo is naturally strong and durable, making it resistant to moisture, insects, and rot. This means that it can last for many years with proper maintenance, making it a great investment for your home.
Aesthetic appeal: Bamboo has a warm, natural appearance that is similar to traditional hardwoods. It comes in a variety of colors and finishes, so you can choose a look that complements your home and personal style.
Easy to install: Bamboo decking is easy to install with our stainless steel clip and screw system and can also be cut and drilled in the same way as traditional hardwoods. This makes it a convenient choice for anyone who is looking to build a new deck without having to hire a professional builder.
In comparison, composite decking is made from a mixture of wood fibers and plastic, and while it is durable and low-maintenance, it can be more expensive than bamboo decking and lacks the natural aesthetic appeal. Merbau, on the other hand, is a tropical hardwood species that is highly durable, but can be more expensive than both bamboo and composite decking Merbau may suffer from warping or bleeding and tends to have a larger environmental impact due to its slower growth rate and the resources required to cultivate it.