Composite Decking Benefits?
Composite Decking Benefits are endless. So, why use composite decking as a posed to real wood decking? Well, composite decking offers a range of benefits that concern aesthetic beauty, maintenance and durability. Furthermore and most importantly composite decking will not rot, swell, splinter or split. Will not require any specialist cleaning or treatment and is environmentally friendly. Other added benefits as if that’s not enough are that the composite decking will have minimal discoloration over time. They are slip resistant and all fixing materials are hidden so the finished look will be clean and minimalist in appearance.
Composite decking boards are Eco-friendly. Made from an innovative blend of new and recycled wood and plastic. Tough Decking also does not require toxic chemicals to treat or maintain it like timber decking.
easy Clean Decking
Composite decking requires no specialist cleaning techniques or priming. A simple soft brush with fairly liquid and hosepipe or if prefered a high-pressure cleaner can be used (max. 30 bars).
Ever Last Decking
Composite decking will last a lifetime with no splintering, splitting, peeling, cracking or flaking. Nor will it rot or decay.
No Decay Decking
Composite decking will not rot or decay. Leaving you with a decking that looks great and worry free. For many many years.
Full Colour BOdy
Tough Deck is full colour all the way through, top to bottom. Scuffs or scrapes are less likely to show and if needed can be simply sanded out.
Composite decking is an anti-slip material. In two ways it has a brushed surface and the channels give the user extra grip when walking on the decking.
Due to the process of installing composite decking. All fixing are concealed behind or under the decking boards, making a seamless integration into your garden.
UV Resistant Decking
Composite decking is UV resistant. So won’t crack, flake, peel or blister over time. Once installed the deck will lighten slightly, more so on lighter colours and then stabilise after 3-6 months.