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Thank you for visiting GRM/Biowood Australia.

If you are looking for an architectural reconstituted composite wood building solution that is not only beautiful to look at, timber alternative, but also robust, versatile and designed to withstand the harsh Australian and International climate conditions, then look no further than our very own Biowood brand architectural reconstituted composite wood.

We have an extensive range of environmentally friendly reconstituted composite wood building products that are ideal for residential or commercial use and can provide you with innovative solutions for all your architectural wood needs such as decking, privacy screening, flooring, wall paneling, soffits, ceiling, cladding, facades, street furniture and louver application.

Feel free to browse around and take the time to learn more about us and discover what we have to offer our customers.

 

Latest News

SEPTEMBER, 2013

Biowood Australia is pleased to announce the release of Biowood bushfire resistant composite decking, which conforms up to up to BAL-29 as per AS 3959:2009.

The product offers an alternative aesthetic natural wood look, without the hassles of splitting, cracking, warping, and cupping, and is designed to be low-maintenance in Australian conditions.

Biowood architectural composite wood decking is a proven, time-tested product that has been applied in marine and pool contexts in residential and commercial projects across Australia & International market.

Biowood architectural composite wood decking, once coated with our recommended UV protective and ultra-grip coatings, has a colour longevity up to 3 times that of comparable products, and achieves an R-11 slip resistant rating as per AS/NZS 4586:2004.

One of the advantages of Biowood architectural composite decking behaving like natural wood is that it can be re-sanded and re-sealed if required, to restore its original look after years of use.

Please ring or email our office for more information.

JUNE, 2013

Biowood facades and soffits have been specified for the Barkly Square Project in Melbourne which was completed on March 2013.

Biowood facades and soffits have been chosen as it is an alternative aesthetic natural wood look, without the hassles of splitting, cracking, warping, cupping and virtually low maintenance commented by Mr Eduardo Villa from Villa and Villa Architect based in Sydney Australia.

Biowood Australia completes another achievement by enabling to meet cost savings and rejuvenating the architectural wood facade & soffits look of the building.