Composite Decking

Unlike natural pressure-treated wood decking, composite deck boards are able to withstand more severe changes in weather conditions. The composite material of the boards can handle higher levels of UV exposure without fading, are mould-resistant in wet weather conditions, and does not expand and contract as much as wood decks would in cold climates - all without requiring any additional treatment or added protection.

The plastic composite material that makes up the boards is also resistant to insect damage such as woodworm and beetles.

One of the main benefits of owning a composite outdoor deck is the low-maintenance properties of the boards, allowing you more time to sit back and relax in your garden rather than staining, treating, sanding, or painting your decking year in and year out.

Stained, natural, and pressure-treated pine decks require regular maintenance to ensure the natural wood retains its high-quality look, but even with this - they are still susceptible to cracking, splintering, rotting, and warping as time goes by, which can be dangerous especially, to homes with small children and animals.


  • Suitable for harsh weather conditions
  • Doesn’t rot or warp
  • Resistant to mould and insect damage
  • Child friendly
  • Doesn’t splinter
  • No harmful odours
  • Doesn’t discolour or weather
  • Superior UV protection
  • Scratch resistant
  • Stain Resistant
  • Doesn’t need sanding and repainting
  • Adds value to your property
  • Gives the property a WOW factor

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