Slippery decking posts from our gardening forum. and work well. www.gripdeck.co.uk. Last opition, is to replace the deck boards with the anti slip boards, these are sold in b&q and im sure elsewhere for a more reasonable price, they are a standard decking board with anti grip stuff already attached.
But I don't have to paint, stain or sand the stuff if it gets mould on it, pressure clean it off .comes up a treat as good as the day it was put down. I have composite decking put in 3 playgrounds around the shire, in over 5 years, not one deck board broken, not one chip clean them off with a pressure cleaner,
I have not used thier decking but here is a review that I found. I hope this helps. " I recently purchased composition decking material, Bamdeck (30% recycled bamboo and 70% recycled plastic) from Cali Bamboo that was used to build a 300sf deck on my home in Arlington, Texas. It was a very easy process
Here's a very common question I saw on a construction forum I frequent. This was asked by an electrical contractor with no experience with decking, so he's probably a lot like you. I am having a deck built in January (Design, deposit, etc is already done). Right now I am slated to have Timbertech XLM…
I have posted on here several times about the problems with some of the Timbertech fading issues.From my experience working on a crew that did warranty r
I was looking at getting merbau but then heard it bleeds out alot and stains then a guy said eco 5000 is good 25 ye. I am after a low maintenance deck for a rental property as most tenants wont look after it, its a small deck exposed to rain and sun in the backyard, any ideas? experiences? and what has
I just purchased a home with decking. The decking is The product they recommend for cleaning was not recommended when we contacted them for a recommendation. two years ago we had their new and improved deck installed, Gravel path, it is now coming apart and Seventrust will not respond.
I have even had to replace composite decking on my own 500'sq deck (with ) after a total product failure. That said, I can assure you that is far and away the best performing and easiest to maintain product on the market. As long as people realize that there is some maintenance involved and that
(I understand that has an added environmental plus of being recyclable at end-of-life but it doesn't seem as easy to source at my deck guy's preferred . Good luck. I am not sure if I will decide to go with wood or a composite when the time comes to replace. If you are using a contractor or supplier it
We want to build a 20' X 32' deck on the back of our house. We wanted the lowest maintenance material and thought a composite like Wolf or Timber Tech was the solution. Two friends advised composite is not good on a southern exposure deck. Planks will warp and will fade. Is this true? We get direct sun
I'm looking for a contempory looking deck with light grey colors, that will last a long time in these harsh elements. As far as Color is concerned, I like the two-tone Castle Grey FIBERON has with it's Horizon line. It is a PVC encapsulated composite with a good track record. However, I've read horror stories on
Has anyone else used this UPM Profi decking? It's quite impressive, I did a 12m2 deck on a balcony today with it to replace the