Our decking brands
The DekBoard PVC decking and balustrade system is designed to look great, be very tough, last for years, and do all that without the need for traditional maintenance. It is the durable alternative to timber that gives you a secure foothold, wet or dry.
It doesn’t encourage the growth of slippery lichen and it is so easy to clean.
Millboard have perfected a wood-free alternative to traditional timber decking that has none of the flaws of the natural product.
It is designed to withstand the most challenging of conditions and ensure that your outdoor space is kept safe and slip-proof. It’s even better for the environment than real wood!
The World’s number 1 decking brand, Trex has transformed the way we spend our time outdoors.
Helping to create an idyllic garden retreat, Trex ensures you spend your time enjoying your decking, not repairing it. They even offer a 25 year limited residential warranty on all of their decking products to give you confidence that their Trex Decking will always be fantastic.
Composite Prime is a high quality cost effective, alternative to traditional timber decking. Naturally resistant to mould and fungus, rot and decay are a thing of the past, and it will not warp, bend or splinter like timber.
It is low maintenance requiring no painting, treating or staining. It is also socially responsible and friendly to the environment. All HD Decking is barefoot safe.
Ecodek; a low maintenance solid composite deck board which combines modern technology, innovation and quality manufacture to create a sustainable outdoor living space for years to come.
Available in five colours, the boards have a 25 year warranty, have high slip resistance and are made using 95% recycled materials.
Adek is a purpose made, non-combustible, long-span, wide board decking system that is made from 100% recycled aluminium. It has been specifically designed for balconies, terraces and walkways in both domestic and commercial applications.
A-Dek has an A2 Fire Rating. Construction materials that have A1 and A2 ratings are classed as non-combustible. This is now a legal requirement for materials incorporated into the envelope of high rise buildings exceeding 18, in height.