Timber’s inability to hold its colour without help from a variety of paints and sealants is a testament to just how damaging the weather can be on outdoor surfaces. Exposed to the sun’s rays repeatedly day-after-day, outdoor decking has a lot to contend with when compared to indoor flooring solutions.
Fortunately, NeoTimber’s composite decking products are engineered with fade resistance in mind and their resistance to mother nature trumps that of timber alternatives.
That being said, the fade resistance of our boards is a feature that varies depending on which range of decking you opt for and unlike many suppliers, we aim to clearly communicate exactly how the boards will react with exposure to UV rays, giving you a clear idea as to what you can expect once you have installed your NeoTimber® composite deck boards.
Below, we will aim to shed more light on the topic of fade resistant decking and much more! Offering an insight into exactly what to expect when installing our deck boards, outlining the core differences between the ranges we offer, and hopefully bringing you one step closer to the most suited solution for your space.