Composite decking won’t splinter, warp, split or crack in the way that wooden deck boards do.
Combining the strength of plastic with the look of wood, composite deck boards are more robust and denser than timber while maintaining a natural look and improved structure.
This weather-resistant construction helps protect them from the British weather - come sun, rain, snow, or ice.
Designed to maintain their shape and colour, composite deck boards only need an occasional wash with soapy water to keep them looking good.
Traditional wooden decking must be sanded, sealed, and stained regularly to maintain a perfect finish. Board replacements may also be necessary over time, adding to expensive and time-consuming maintenance.
You can learn more about how to care for composite decking here.
Composite decking presents the natural beauty of timber in a stronger and more practical form.
Composite deck boards are manufactured with an authentic wood grain pattern to enhance any outside area.
The hidden fastener system keeps the finished deck pristine whilst offering a clean, uniform look to the finished deck.
Our composite deck boards feature a reversible design, wood grain on one side and textured ridges on the reverse.
They are available in a range of traditional and contemporary colours, allowing the tones to be contrasted or combined, highlighting features or giving a sleek, modern finish.
Composite deck boards use a combination of 55% recycled wood and 40% recycled HDPE plastic. The remaining 5% is bonding agents and dyes.
The recycled wood fibres in composite decking are more sustainable than chopping down trees for new timber. Using recycling plastic prevents synthetic waste from entering the ecosystem.
Choose the eco-friendly alternative to timber, and you can minimise the environmental impact of any decking project.
Value for Money
Composite decking has a longer lifespan and requires less maintenance than traditional timber decking. This longevity and low maintenance design offers an improved return on investment over the lifespan of your deck.