When opting for a solution to cover the exposed edges of their decking project, the majority of our customer’s will apply either a NeoTimber skirting or NeoTimber corner trim. Our composite decking trims are often the obvious go-to solution that provides the project with a seamless finish by covering either the butt-end or the grooved channel-side of our boards. The application of these trims is diverse, and how they are used will be determined by the nature of the project, as well as the personal preference of the customer.
Our flat skirting trim offers most decking projects a perfect edging solution, allowing you to cover the side of the boards and the exposed subframe. For raised projects, some customers stack skirting trims on top of one another to achieve their desired height.
For the more adventurous projects that incorporate curves, we find the bend capacity of this trim makes it an excellent solution. In comparison, our corner trim also provides a neat solution to cover both the grooved-channel and exposed ends of our deck boards. This l-shaped trim sits on both the lateral and vertical edge of the end-boards and provides the project with a neat and compact finish.
Both of our composite decking trims come in a sanded finish, which provide an excellent contrast between the woodgrain finish of our boards.