Dear all Landscapers.
Before joining the Military I used to be in the Air Cadets, 2193 Sqn in Prestatyn, North Wales. They sent me flying so many times I lost count and not to mention the band and the very many great times I had – time for me to give something back…
Recently, the Sqn has had a £500 donation to go towards a garden renovation. We, at Exterior Decking, are going to donate, supply and…Continue
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Small gardens can really benefit from cleverly planned and installed decking. If there is limited space or you are just looking for a low maintenance option, decking is a great solution. When installed well, decking can create the illusion of space and add interest to an otherwise empty garden. …Continue
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Love your Garden uses Kurupay Hardwood Decking to create a Tropical Spa Garden
Some timber decks look better than others... Kurupay is long lasting and affordable.…Continue
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Millboard Weathered Oak Vintage Composite Decking gets the look and also gets the pride of place as a key feature on this year’s first showing of Love Your Garden.
Both Alan Titchmarsh and David Domoney commented positively and that Millboard Composite Decking was a great…Continue
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Congratulations to Aye Gardening for winning the Theo Paphitis Small Business Sunday AWARD.
Both Susan and Aye are elated...…Continue
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A green building material, plantation grown decking manufactured from the Swietenia Macrophylla tree has arrived in Canada. Genuine Mahogany, offers a great new option to support eco-friendly building choices that frequently complement nature-minded lifestyle.
Genuine Mahogany represents a new category of decking from a plantation grown source that can be used for any decking needs. It’s rot and mildew resistance combined with being one of the most stable…
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Latest Decking News for Exterpark Elondo… worldwide
Great Decking News as Exterpark Hardwood Decking was the specifiers choice for this massive 5000 + sq m project.
There are some great project designers and especially governments that really know how to make the right decision when it comes to choosing what materials to use when a huge landscaping…Continue
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The maintenance of natural timber.
External wood surfaces are found around the house as decking, wall cladding fencing and often garden furniture
Their maintenance is always a preoccupation for the occupier : To coat or not to coat? We choose not to for the
following reasons :
Coatings do not last, especially the transparent ones damaged by penetrating UV rays. Unless the…
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Attention to detail with a fabulous display of too many brands of flooring to mention, although, the star of the show has to be the Exterpark brand decking.
Quite often clients ask for flooring for an extension or new conservatory and once they have chosen their…Continue
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