To better understand the terms and conditions of your Eva-Last deck warranty, click here.
With the Eva-Last I-Series you have a 25-year limited warranty for your deck. Because Eva-Last products are low maintenance you have less to worry about with your deck and more time to enjoy your new addition.
While your new EVA-LAST deck is low maintenance there are still a few things you need to know to care for your deck.
To clean your deck most grime and dirt will come off wit ha quick high-pressure hose. However, you may need some soapy water and a sponge for a better clean. It is recommended to use Eva-Last Deck wash for this.
Clean up any spills or marks straight away to avoid staining your deck. Using non-recommended chemicals may void your warranty. Read the Care and Cleaning guide by clicking here to understand how to best care for your new deck.
With Eva-Last it has never been easier to install your own deck. Check out the guideline by clicking here for a better look at the Eva-Last instructions.
The secret fixing system of the I-Series boards is designed to ensure smaller gaps between boards and more barefoot friendly.
With less subframe materials needed compared to other products on the market, you save money and time with these durable boards.
Before you install your NewTechWood project, it is highly recommended that you read the installation guide linked below as failure to follow the guidelines may end in voiding your warranty.
With NewTechWood decking, installation cannot be easier. With correct installation, your deck will ensure you years of enjoyment with low maintenance. At Timberlast WA, we supply you with all the materials you need, including timber and cement needed for your subframe in a DIY package. We also have available fitters who can install your project for you.
Visit this link for relevant information and tutorials in how to install your project correctly: https://newtechwood.com.au/installation-guides/
See the link and PDF below for the NewTechWood website and for more information on warranty of the products. For more information on general care and maintenance see the PDF below:
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By choosing a composite decking for your project it means that you will spend less time maintaining it with no sanding, painting or oiling required. However, if your deck does get dirty, NewTechWood recommends cleaning it with water using a mop or broom to remove any build up of dirt or dust. For any stains it is recommended that you clean it immediately by flushing the area with water and proceeding to lightly scrub the area with warm soapy water. Using unauthorised chemicals or cleaners may void your warranty. For more information on care and maintenance of your NewTechWood product see the PDF below.
Before you install your PermaTimber project it is highly recommended that you read through the installation guide and warranty as failure to follow such guidelines may end in voiding your warranty.
Click here or see the link below for the PermaTimber website and information on warranty and feedback of the products.
With PermaTimber decking, installation cannot be easier. With correct installation, your deck will ensure you years of enjoyment with little to low maintenance. At Timberlast WA, we supply you with all the materials you need, including timber and cement needed for your subframe in a DIY package. We also have available fitters who can install your project for you.
Visit this link for tutorials and information on how to Install your PermaTimber Deck correctly: Information on Installation Guide
Because you chose a composite decking for you project it means that you don't have the hassles of ongoing maintenance or require any staining, painting or oiling. If you deck does get dirty it will require a light clean to remove dirt and debris. Using unauthorised chemicals or cleaners may void your warranty. For tips on basic cleaning, stains and damage see the below PDF for the PermaTimber approved Guide for care and maintenance:
Your composite decking boards are made from a combination of recycled plastic and plantation wood flour. When new there may be some residual tannins in the wood flour component of your decking boards. This tannin will leach out of the board the first few times that the deck board is wet and will appear as a water stain after the board has dried. This water (tannin) stain can be removed by washing with water if required otherwise it will disappear after the board has been wet/dried several times. You will also notice the softening of the surface colour as the board is exposed to the weather over the first 4-12 weeks. This natural weathering effect varies across the colour range.
Keep it clean and your composite decking will reward you with years of low maintenance enjoyment. General cleaning with a broom or mop will suffice for most situations, however if you want to give a better clean a dilute solution of sugar soap and warm water and scrubbing brush can be used.
If damp leaves are allowed to build up or the deck is in a shaded damp site mould or mildew may develop.
Composite decking is susceptible to stains from BBQ grease, oil, and the tannin in some vegetation. Best results are achieved if the stain is treated immediately with absorbent cloths then apply a degreaser as per the manufacturer's instructions. Follow up with a general clean with sugar soap and warm water.
Scratches can be removed with a light sand using 80 100 grit sandpaper, following the grain of the board. The colour and texture changes which occur after this will recede with weathering.
Composite decking has an antifungal agent added during the manufacturing process.
This means your decking is protected against mould, mildew and germs, including bacteria. We recommend that you regularly sweep your deck and periodically wash any dirt and debris from the surface making sure that twigs and leaves do not build up between the boards.
Mould or mildew may develop on the deck if foreign matter and dirt is allowed to build up on the boards. If this occurs we recommend that you wash down your deck using a mild solution of warm water and sodium hypochlorite (bleach). Make sure that you follow the manufacturer's recommendations for use and always test the solution in a non prominent area of your deck first. You can use a pressure washer but do not run this at greater than 8Kpa (1200 PSI) or position the nozzle within 300mm from the deck surface as this may mark the surface of the deck.
We suggest a mat under your BBQ to protect from grease stains, and plastic protectors under metal furniture or planters to prevent gouging and potential rust stains. Avoid dragging heavy items over the deck as it will scratch. Scratches can be dealt with by giving a light sand, following the grain of the wood as described above.
Test any treatment, cleaning products or sanding on a spare or obscured piece of decking to check for changes first.
After any cleaning has been performed, hose off and use an old towel wrapped around your deck scrub or a rubber scraper to remove the excess water. On a warm day the deck should dry with no water marks in a few moments