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Composite decking is fast becoming a favourite in decking choices due to its superior durability and cost-effectiveness. By cleverly blending wood fibres and high-quality plastics, composite decking boards offer an excellent blend of robustness and long-lasting performance. They are designed to withstand the wear and tear of time, serving as a worthy replacement for traditional decking timber. 
 
With their contemporary appeal, these deck boards mimic the look and feel of timber, while providing the additional benefits of being low-maintenance and effortless to maintain. Coming in standard lengths of 3,600mm, with widths of 146mm and thickness between 22mm-25mm, these composite decking boards meet a variety of design requirements.
 
One key advantage of opting for composite decking near me over conventional timber decking is its resistance to weathering. This makes them a practical option, offering a slip-resistant and splinter-free surface, especially beneficial in wet weather conditions.
 
Moreover, for those in search of plastic decking boards, Beesley and Fildes offer a wide range of products that align with both your functional needs and aesthetic preferences. Among the range, you'll find options such as PVC decking, grey composite decking, and black composite decking. With a selection this wide, you'll certainly find something that suits your specific taste and requirements.
 
Ultimately, the allure of composite wood decking is in its marriage of practicality and aesthetics. It allows you to achieve the timeless charm of timber, with the added benefits of modern plastic materials. Explore the vast choice of decking accessories and other landscaping supplies at Beesley and Fildes today and discover the future of decking.
 

Composite Decking FAQs

What is the disadvantage of composite decking?

Many homeowners find it uncomfortable to walk barefoot on their wood composite decks due to the high temperature. Composite decking is known to absorb and retain heat, especially when exposed to direct sunlight. It can take several hours for the boards to cool down, making it challenging to use the deck without shoes.

Is composite decking worth the money?

Although wood is the most commonly used material for building decks, it is not a long-lasting option. On the other hand, composite materials provide greater durability and require less maintenance. However, they are often more expensive than wood and may not have the natural look and colour that some people prefer.

What is the lifespan of composite decking?

According to industry experts, composite decks can last between 30 to 50 years, depending on factors such as installation, maintenance, and upkeep.

Should I replace wood deck with composite?

Resurfacing your wood deck with composite boards is a great option as it is more durable and requires less maintenance. However, the lifespan of your deck depends on the structure beneath it. It is advisable to have a professional inspect your deck to ensure its safety and longevity.

Is composite decking bad in the winter?

Composite decking is a durable material that can withstand the elements year-round, including rain, snow, ice, and hail.