We love receiving positive feedback from our customers who have put our TimberTech decking to use in their gardens.
"Our TimberTech installed decking has now been down for a month and we could not be happier. Everything went smoothly from visiting the showroom in Slough, through to installation. Also, to have a site survey and computer generated picture of what the installation would look like helped plan the area and layout. Despite garden furniture, plant pots and numerous bbq's there is not a mark or scratch on it - very resilient and very easy to clean and maintain. Thanks to all."
Ian & Daphne Bryant, Maidenhead.
"We couldn't be more delighted with our Silver Maple Earthwood Easyclean deck, having finished a large refurbishment of our home we were looking for a deck to really set off the back of the house and extend our kitchen out into our garden. The end result is beautiful and we have had so many compliments, with two guests even taking board off cuts away with them! I must particularly praise the service we received, Dimitar at the show room was excellent, helping us choose the deck, advising on design layout and even arranging a quick delivery for us so we could get it built in time for our daughters 18th birthday. I would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Timbertech."
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If you're looking to install a new deck in your garden, it's important to ensure you're using high quality materials. TimberTech boards are one of the best options available, outperforming the more traditional materials.
Many people want a natural look for their deck, and therefore opt for hardwood boards. Due to Hardwood decking being vulnerable to mould and algae build-up, as well as warping and splitting over time. TimberTech boards, are resistant to this type of degradation, and since they do not retain much water, will not accumulate mould and mildew, which can leave hardwood surfaces unsightly and slippery. Because of this, TimberTech decking, which is much easier to install than hardwood decking, is also very low-maintenance, not requiring the oiling and cleaning needed to keep a hardwood deck in good condition.
Hollow deck boards are an inexpensive option, but are known for their lack of stability and shorter lifespan. TimberTech composite decking, while being resistant to rotting, fading, and insect damage, also possesses much higher load bearing capabilities, providing a greater sense of security than decks constructed with hollow deck boards. If you've ever walked on a deck made of hollow deck boards, then you know they can also be quite noisy. Composite decking is not only sturdier, but can provide a bit more peace and quiet when you're trying to relax and enjoy your outdoor space.
When choosing synthetic materials for your outdoor deck, it's easy to think that most synthetic materials are the same. Like TimberTech boards, plastic has the benefit of being low-maintenance, but lacks the long-lasting durability of TimberTech composite boards. Plastic may not crack and splinter in the way that hardwood does, but is still prone to bowing and warping due to prolonged exposure to the elements. Composite boards will hold up much better to this kind of damage and what's more, TimberTech decking is aesthetically more pleasing as well, looking much more like natural wood than plastic decking.
TimberTech is not only attractive and low-maintenance, but is safer, longer lasting. When making a decision on which materials to choose, it's necessary to consider where those materials are sourced from, how much work goes into installing and maintaining them, and how long they'll last.