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Fitting composite decking

We stock a fantastic range of composite decking products here at TimberTech UK, but that's not all - we also offer a variety of fixings and fittings to help you build your new deck.

All of our deck fitting products are chosen for minimum visibility. After all, you don't want the screws to distract from those gorgeous decking boards!

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Your outdoor living space isn't just a place to go when you need a breath of fresh air - it's a part of your home, and it should reflect your personal style and taste just as much as your living room does.

If you want your garden deck to look as cool and contemporary as your interior decor, we at TimberTech can help. Our composite decking is available in a selection of modern styles that you're sure to find appealing!

Contemporary grey composite decking

Pictured: EasyClean Edge+ Sea Salt Grey Composite Decking

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Clearance decking boards

If you're thinking of adding a deck to your garden and really making the most of this summer, you'll be pleased to learn that we have a great range of TimberTech composite deck boards on sale at clearance prices!

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We recently received a message from Mr Jones, a former customer of ours. He installed his TimberTech deck 12 years ago, and we were thrilled to see that it's still in great condition!

Here's the photo he sent us:

TimberTech deck after 12 years

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The UK government's current guidelines state that you should only leave your home for "food, health reasons or work (if you cannot work from home)". But you can still make use of your garden!

Family playing in the garden

Britain is currently in the grip of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that has already claimed tens of thousands of lives worldwide. In order to slow the virus down, the UK government is urging people to stay at home - although you can still leave the house for the following reasons:

  • Purchasing food and other essentials
  • Going to work (if working from home is not an option)
  • Exercising once per day
  • Medical needs (such as blood donation, caring for others, etc.)

You can also go out in the garden, if you have one - in fact, the government's mental health and wellbeing advice explicitly recommends gardening as a good way to stay healthy during this lockdown.

But don't worry if you haven't got green fingers. There are plenty of things you can do in the garden besides digging, planting and pruning!

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