The best composite decking in the world

The best Composite decking in the World

Which composite decking would you call “The best composite decking in the world” ?

Which is your Favourite Composite Decking… In no particular order of course. Comments are welcome below.

Ecodek composite decking made in England
Ecodek composite decking made in England
dura composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

 

Trex composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

 

TimberTech composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

 

Teakwood composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

 

Silvadec composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

 

Duralife composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

 

SAiGE composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

 

NeoTimber composite decking
Composite decking in the UK
MoistureShield composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

 

Millboard Composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

 

Lumberock composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

 

Hyperion composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

 

Fibrin composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

 

Exterpark Magnet composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

 

Envision composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

 

Composite prime composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

 

designboard composite decking
Composite decking in the UK

Choosing the best composite decking.

If you are embarking upon a new composite decking project in the UK then you have a few decisions to make. The colour, dimensions, weight, composition, warranty, fixing method, texture and anti-slip are all considerations.

This page isn’t about suggesting which is the best. This is list of probable composite decking choices that you and for you to choose which you recon is best.

Installation advice for composite decking

Simple one this folks, as they all have different manufacturers, they all have their own installation instructions. I would say “Don’t follow them at your peril”. Some are laid level whilst some are at a fall ratio of 1:80. Some are with surface fixed screws and others are with a clip of some description. Once you have made your choice I would get your installer to agree to abide by the installation guidelines from the specific manufacturer. You warranty will not stand cross examination if you say ” well the builder said it would be ok as he knew best”… Use the approved screws too. They are designed to go with the decking you have chosen

Professional decking installation

Have a look at the different boards, select a few samples and ask if they can recommend a local company to design and instal for you. Some manufacturers have a training course for Landscaping companies to train and become authorised installers… these are the guys you can trust.

 

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4 thoughts on “The best composite decking in the world”

  1. To answer this hugmungous question one would need some broad exposure to such products at different levels: commercial, technical and aesthetic to limit it with some credibility.

    Aesthetically my vote would go to Trex Transcend, commercially to newtechwood and technically to Moistureshield with the overall winner being Timbertech.

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  2. Millboard isn’t a real composite, it’s made from new products and is painted, which can peal. Timber tech has some amazing looking boards but is most expensive product on market and has to be side fixed which isn’t great if you need to every take a board up. Hyperion has two ranges, the hollow board fades really bad but the full solid range is good. Any cheap generation one style board really isn’t worth using, tends to need 300mm joists so additional frame work and labour fixing doesn’t make it much cheaper. They tend to fade and mark easily. Trex is to be honest my go to product, it has 3 ranges. Good better best. I’d go best over the other two due to it being a full solid composite board with a harder capped finish. It also has a range of products to compliment it. Facia boards, colour coded screws and pro plug system. They also sell joist protect tape to prolong the timber frame.

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    • Your answer is really based on your supposition in that you don’t like anything except Trex! This is fine but if one has to knock someone else to gain favour then this a little below the belt. Whilst I could disagree with your choice, there doesn’t appear to be a point to be made. Do you know the real volumes of who supplies the different brands in the UK. Who has the best customer service and what is the most asked for decking in the UK? Which decking is the most efficient to be installed, which lasts the longest… You may have a favourite, but does that make it the best?

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