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Composite decking is fast becoming one of the most popular wood deck alternatives on the market. It is low maintenance and has a much longer lifespan than wood decking. Composite decking is a man-made building product that includes an approximate mix of recycled wood fibers and recycled plastic. They do not require oiling, staining, sanding or sealing. Our range of Composite outdoor decking are naturally weather resistant and is made from over 90 percent reclaimed timber, real oak wood and recycled plastic (high density polyethylene) making it less likely to splinter, cup or warp.



Key Benefits of Composite Decking

Composite decking is the fastest-growing wood decking alternative on the market. Composite deck boards will involve a core and a cap, which makes them resistant to moisture, weathering, and fading. Unlike wood, capped composite and capped polymer boards leverage high-performance recycled materials and innovative technology for protection.

  Materials Science That Prevents Weathering, Warping, Splintering, or Fading
  Industry-Leading Warranties
  Protective Capping That Prevents Mold & Mildew
  Low Maintenance
  High Value
  Aesthetic Variety That Doesn’t Sacrifice Performance
  All the Beauty of Traditional Wood
  Saves You Time and Labor
  Sustainable Decking

The enhanced durability of composite decking is unquestionably one of its biggest advantages. It’s highly resistant to most casual damage and impacts (including knocks, bumps and scratches) so there’s less to worry about when moving furniture on and off your decking. It’s also far less likely to rot, crack or warp over time, which means it can stand up to more frequent and intensive use than many variants of wood decking – perfect for busy family environments, or if you want to host parties and social occasions on your decking.
The increased durability of composite decking also means it’s incredibly low maintenance, too. Since it’s protected against most moisture and rotting, it’s far less frequently in need of staining or oiling, and its resistance to casual impacts means that you’ll rarely find yourself needing to sand it down, either. All it needs is occasional cleaning with soap and water to keep it in top condition, making it easier and less time consuming to look after than many other types of wooden decking.
Another key advantage of composite decking is that it’s much less hospitable to mould than most types of wooden decking. Mould is a big factor in making decking highly slippery (especially after periods of heavy rainfall), so composite decking’s resilience to it automatically makes it a lot safer for children and families, and it’s often less slippery even in rain than wood decking. Composite decking is also insect proof and splinter free, further enhancing its safety value for younger members of the family – and pets!
Wood decking can be great for giving your backyard a cosy, homely feel, but if you want more of a contemporary look for your space – especially if it matches the style of your home – composite decking is often the ideal choice. Its stylish grey shade gives your outdoor space a modern and sophisticated look, which you can enhance with your choice of backyard furniture – sure to impress your family and friends!
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