If you’re considering composite decking, we’re guessing it may be because you’ve come to realise the many pitfalls that come with purchasing timber decking? (Still weighing up the pros versus the cons of traditional timber? Head to our composite decking vs wood page where we’ve broken down the 5 key advantages)!
We’ve done the research so you don’t have to…
In a recent survey, we asked 100 customers why they chose NeoTimber® composite decking. Results show that their decision to go with NeoTimber® was based on three things: price, quality, and durability.
We also asked our customers what would be their main concern when purchasing an outdoor flooring solution. 41% of customers answered slip rating, with 68% of those stating they’d be willing to spend more for an anti-slip composite decking board.
We’d have to agree with our customers on this one if you’re searching for an outdoor flooring solution, we’d argue slip resistance is an important factor. While no solution will provide you with a 100% non-slip composite decking board, NeoTimber’s range of anti-slip composite decking might just be the closest thing you can get to it.
After evaluating customer feedback, we challenged our product team to engineer a deck board with increased low slip potential and our product testing reports show that they’ve done exactly that with our ranges of non-slip decking. All of our ranges have gone through extensive testing, in order to achieve accurate, real-life performance data. Take a glance over our product technical specifications to find out for yourself how our non-slip decking performs.