What Is Composite Decking?
Composite decking is an innovative outdoor flooring solution that is engineered to better withstand the damaging effects of weathering. Consisting of a unique blend of wood fibres and recycled plastic, this decking alternative provides excellent resistance to the effects of weathering that often plague more traditional timber decking products.
While no one can doubt the aesthetic merits of timber, we believe that an innovative, high-performing alternative exists that benefits you and your wallet, as well as saving you the back-breaking amount of time for upkeep and maintenance. NeoTimber composite decking offers just the right blend of material and a unique and defined finish to guarantee authenticity and superior performance in equal measure.
Advantages Of Composite Decking
Here’s the 5 key advantages of composite decking vs. wood:
A Long-Life Decking Alternative
Offering a 25-year warranty across the entire range, NeoTimber’s high quality composite decking is engineered to go the distance. The unique material blend of timber and recycled plastic makes it far more resilient to issues that often plague timber decking. Even with treatment, the effects of moisture build-up undoubtedly take a hold of traditional timber decking and the demise of your timber decking becomes inevitable. In comparison, a composite offers a reliable solution that you can count on, from winter through to summer, year-after-year.
Low-Maintenance, High Quality Composite Decking
Hours of exasperating care and maintenance often come hand-in-hand with your decision to purchase a timber deck and the threat of warping, rotting, cracking and splintering looms large as the weather takes its toll. Investing in composite decking allows you to leave the expensive tubs of sealant, paint and oil on the shelves and save the backache of maintenance. The moisture resistance of our composite decking guarantees a tougher, more robust material that requires little-to-no maintenance. Save your time and money enjoying your outdoor space.
Safety & Assurance
Timber decking owners are often faced with the daunting task of ensuring the long-term safety of their decking area. The often crippling effects of rot and moisture build-up can leave timber decks weakened, unstable and full of splinters, while excessive moss and algae growth can turn your decking into a death trap. Removing this lingering anxiety, our composite decking provides you with peace of mind on both it’s superior slip-resistance and long-term structural integrity. The material composition and design of our boards guarantees that they outperform wooden decking alternatives and offer long-term reassurance.
Better For Your Wallet
Opting for timber decking may seem like the wisest option for your wallet and we get why you may think that… it is no secret that timber materials provide a more cost-effective solution in the short-run. But a cost that is so often overlooked is that related to maintenance and upkeep of your boards over their lifetime. In an attempt to fight the inevitable effects of weathering, the expense of stripping, painting and oiling your timber deck soon racks up and the expected savings of choosing this option rapidly diminishes. We believe customers nowadays are a little smarter and opt for the investment, not the short-term fix.
Distinct Looks That last
The undeniable beauty of timber is what has traditionally made it such an appealing option for outdoor flooring. However, It is no great secret that timber’s beauty begins to dwindle without tiresome upkeep. Cracks, fade marks, blackening and splinters soon appear, and your once adored timber deck begins to look tired and unloved. NeoTimber deck boards are designed to not only mimic the aesthetics of timber but are engineered to ensure that these looks last, even after years of weathering. The result is that they remain a defining feature of your outdoor space for years to come.
Need Further Support or Advice?
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