- ModWood Decking - Fixing Instructions 2016
- ModWood Screening - Fixing Instructions 2016
- ModWood Flame Shield - Fixing Instructions 2016
ModWood Fixing - Over Concrete
ModWood must not be applied to a solid surface, such as concrete, tiles etc
- ModWood Fixing - Steel Joists
ModWood Fixing - Concealed Fixing & KlevaKlip
- ModWood Fixing - Nail Guns
- ModWood Spacer Information
Use the following file to assist with specification of ModWoodModWood Specification
Overseas Installations NZInstallation documentation is different for some countries; please refer to the following link if appropriate: New Zealand
ModWood Maintenance Calculator
The ModWood Maintenance Calculator highlights the long term benefits and savings of a ModWood deck versus a traditional timber deck. This application calculates the approximate cost of ModWood required for your project and compares it to the initial, and ongoing maintenance cost, of using timber.
Those wishing to register their ModWood Product please visit the ModWood Warranty Page
ModWood Decking Calculator
This application will assist you in calculating the amount of materials required to install your ModWood decking.
Please note this is a guide - please ensure you check quantity's and satisfy yourself that it meets your requirements.
Marina Projects refer to Further Information before calculating.
Maximum overhang for ModWood decking boards
The maximum allowable overhang for ModWood decking boards in a decking application are as follows -
88 x 23mm 45 mm
137 x 23mm 70 mm
137 x 32mm 70 mm
Flame Shield Nil
ModWood Fixing Tip
As ModWood expands in heat and sun, to avoid building stress into your deck and having possible lengthways shrinkage, it is best to fix your decking boards when the ambient temperature is less than 25 degrees celsius and when the boards are not sitting in full sun. ModWoods co-efficient of thermal linear expansion equates to approximately 3mm expansion and contraction in a 40 degree temperature variation for a 5 metre length. ModWoods coefficient of thermal linear expansion is 15 x 10-6mm/mm per degrees celsius.