Wood Plastic Composite material is a new type of green products made from HDPE and wood powder through a special treatment and processing, Unlike more traditional alternatives, wood plastic composite doesn’t rot and never requires regular maintenance – simply clean occasionally with warm soap water.
Care for the detail, quality control for the subtle. Every calling from customer is the help for us to get some improvements and we will sincerely accept every client's feedback and solve the problem.
Environmental product offering, professionally installation, all-around service, one-year free repair and a life-time maintenance
Free design and installation offered. Currently there are 5 professional designers and hundreds of installation service team, offering A-Z service to all customers.
As its name might suggest, wood plastic composite (WPC) is a material created from a unique blend of natural wood and plastic fibers. Sawdust, pulp, bamboo, peanut hulls and unused woodworking materials, like bark, from a variety of projects, are combined with plastic powder to form WPC,They have the following advantages
Wood Plastic product unlike the wooden ones requires no waxing, oil-coating or other treatment. They are color-fast and they do not change their shape over time.
Our product material is splinters free. The surface is anti-slippery and the hidden fastening ensures smooth surface without any risk of injury.
All the Wood Plastic products resist whims of weather – rain, snow, frost and sun. They are resistant to salted and chlorinated water.
It was easy to install. I predrilled the holes and used screws designed for composite decking. As a result, the screws are nearly invisible. I liked the material so much that I made benches using the Veranda composite decking.
Re-decked and expanded our 17 year old deck using composite deck boards, the deck screw system and railings, and it looks awesome! I just hope it holds up over time for many many years of maintenance free outdoor living.
The product is very beautiful and so many compliments the thought of no painting