We at TimberTech UK are lucky to have been involved in so many high-profile commercial decking projects over the years. From Tenby Lifeboat Station to Watermark Holiday Homes, we’ve worked with some truly amazing spaces over the years, and our composite decking products have never failed to do those spaces justice.
And you’ll be pleased to hear that we are still very much in demand as a supplier of commercial decking; here are three stunning projects from the last year or so...
Location: Cardiff Bay
Type: Luxury Apartments
Cardiff Pointe is a complex in Cardiff Bay that contains a number of beautiful homes and luxury apartments. We were asked to supply 418m2 of Grey composite decking for this project, and we think that this was a fantastic choice – the Grey edeck boards look utterly perfect in this contemporary setting. Click here to read more about Cardiff Pointe.
Renewable Energy Systems
Type: Business Premises
RES is a globally-active organisation that specialises in renewable energy and its use in modern society. As an avowedly eco-friendly company, composite decking was an obvious choice for RES (did you know that no trees whatsoever are cut down in our manufacturing process?), and our Slate VertiGrain boards look fantastic in the shadow of the nearby wind turbine. Click here to learn more about this project.
Celtic Manor Lodges
Type: Holiday Lodges
You’ve probably heard of Celtic Manor – it’s the luxury resort where the 2010 Ryder Cup and this year’s NATO summit were both held. This means that Celtic Manor has hosted top sportsmen and world leaders alike, and so the decking that we supplied for Celtic Manor’s new lodges earlier this year gave us no small amount of pride. 700m2 of Cedar Reliaboard decking were used to give each lodge an attractive outdoor space where holidaymakers can now enjoy a glass of wine and watch the sunset. Click here for more information about the Celtic Manor lodges.
Our fantastic range of EasyClean composite decking is made with the most cutting edge of decking technology, and is our primary range of capped composite decking. What is the difference between composite decking and capped composite decking, you ask? Though our traditional composite decking contains all the usual impressive TimberTech qualities (slip-resistance, low maintenance and of course the gorgeous aesthetic beauty of all of our decking colours and styles), the capped composite decking is the future of composite decking development.
Our capped composite decking incorporates a protective sleeve which completely protects the TimberTech boards from the elements and ensures that the boards remain impervious to moisture and algae. This takes the typically low-maintenance composite decking to the next level, not only requiring hardly any cleaning, but assuring you that your deck will withstand the test of time, continuing to transform your outdoor space for many years to come. The other benefit of the protective polymer sleeve is that it creates a wipe-clean surface for all of our EasyClean ranges- meaning any stains or spillages can simply be wiped clean in an instant.
Capped Composite Decking really is the future in decking technology, and our EasyClean range currently contains two different colour options: the gorgeous Silver Maple and the rich Brown Oak.
However, we are pleased to announce a new range of capped composite decking which we'll be unveiling in 2015. Our new range, Easyclean Legacy, will utilise the capped composite decking technology and offer even more stunning colours and textures for you to choose from when decking your outdoor space. In addition, there will also be new colours in the current EasyClean range.
Not only will any of our capped composite decking products take your design to the next level, but rest assured you will have decking which is easy to clean, easy to maintain and completely safe for children and family members with its slip-resistant nature. Capped composite decking really is the Rolls Royce of modern outdoor decking.
As you know, at TimberTech we're always encouraging our customers to make the most of their outdoor space. Seeing as we've now hit October - and more significantly, Autumn - this may not seem quite as applicable, but that doesn't mean you can't prepare your garden accordingly.
Here are 7 ways in which you can prepare your garden this Autumn, to ensure you can go on enjoying your garden for the rest of the year.
1. Take this time to evaluate what you liked and didn't like about your garden, what worked and what didn't, then think about redesigning accordingly.
2. Sort out your landscape by removing dead leaves, debris, and any fallen stems off flowers, shrubs or plants.
3. Consider planting mums or pansies this Autumn - these will add definite colour to your garden!
4. Think about moving any plants that are in containers indoors to protect them against the changing elements.
5. Divide perennials and plant new bulbs to encourage new growth and economically add new life to your garden.
6. Cover any tools you may usually leave outside, and also clean and maintain your garden tools as a whole.
7. Trim your trees of any dead branches before they drop themselves and potentially damage your garden.