Monthly Archives: October 2015

Wood Plastic Composite Decking

Wood requires a great deal of maintenance to keep it looking good and prevent it from rot, mould and splintering especially when installed outdoors. Our Wood Plastic Composite Decking has a unique formula developed to provide the very best of both worlds, a long lasting composite decking material that handles heat and weathering extremely well.

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Deteriorating traditional wood

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Deteriorating traditional wood

Composite decking has a traditional wood appearance, long life span and is UV stable. Our wood plastic composite decking is manufactured using a composition comprising of high density polythene, hardwood waste plus a number of special additives such as coupling agents, inhibitors and stabilizers making it an attractive alternative to using timber materials for commercial or residential use.

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Our Wood Plastic Composite Decking recently installed on a beach house

Our Wood Plastic Composite Decking boards provide a walking surface that is free from any visible screws or nails, producing not only a professional appearance, but a safe option when walking barefoot as the fixings are concealed. Composite decking boards are also suitable for commercial enterprises such as pool side decking, veranda decking, leisure site decking for hotels, restaurants and bars where long term durability and safety are important factors.

Traditional Wood Decking Vs Wood Plastic Composite Decking

Traditional Wood Decking Vs Wood Plastic Composite Decking

Traditional Wood Decking Vs Wood Plastic Composite Decking

Traditional Wood Decking Vs Wood Plastic Composite Decking

Our wood plastic composite decking enables the client to save more money on the long term as money that would have been budgeted for maintenance and frequent replacement will not be required as our composite decking boards are designed for a minimum 25 year service life.