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If you're only just beginning your garden renovation journey, you're probably on the lookout for pictures of garden decking to help you decide what colour, style and design will fit your home best. Here at TimberTech, we pride ourselves on helping homeowners turn their decking dreams into reality, so we have a huge collection of gorgeous decking pictures from completed projects for you to browse. 

We have decking picture galleries for each of our decking ranges here on our website, but we also have accounts on a range of social media platforms so you can find inspiration in a way that suits you!

Our Galleries

You can find a whole host of stunning decking pictures in our on-site galleries. We hand select and organise our composite decking pictures, so whether you want to take a closer look at our EasyClean Edge boardsour ReliaBoard composite decking or you want to see a selection of decking pictures from across all of our ranges, we've got you covered!

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Check out our Pinterest boards

Over time we have been building up the content on our Pinterest account to give you an easy way to find and save pictures of TimberTech garden decking that inspire you! Pinterest is a great online tool for creating collections or 'boards' of images that help you imagine the overall look and feel you want to achieve in your new garden. 

If you head over to our Pinterest account, you'll find boards of decking pictures from our case studies to give you an idea of the type of garden transformations we're able to achieve. You'll also find Pinterest boards dedicated to specific decking ranges, colours and trends. Here are just a few of our favourite boards:

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TimberTech on Instagram

If you're someone who enjoys nothing betther than endlessly scrolling  Instagram - give us a follow. We post a continuous stream of gorgeous decks and we share information about monthly offers and deals so you'll never miss out!

Better yet, tag us in pictures of your very own TimberTech composite deck so that we can your decking results too. There's nothing that makes us happier than seeing you enjoy your beautiful new TimberTech deck!

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 Like our Facebook page

If you haven't already, we highly-recommend liking our Facebook page to keep up to date with current deals, trends and decking pictures. We=update our page with photos from local projects and TimberTech projects abroad to bring you a huge spectrum of delightful decking inspiration. We also use Facebook to share decking blog posts, videos and much much more. Don't miss out...

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We hope that this gives you plenty of options to find the decking inspiration you need. If you come across pictures of our TimberTech deck designs that you think would translate perfectly into your own garden, please don't hesitate to get in touch or request a FREE 3D design.

 

Cat on composite decking

Here's one for the cat lovers in the audience! We recently supplied some Reliaboard Cedar composite decking to a customer named Jon, and this week, he sent over a few photos of the finished job for us to look at. We're pleased to report that Jon is very pleased with his new deck, and judging by these photos, so are his cats!

Two cats on a garden deck

With its sturdy construction and its durable, slip-resistant surface, TimberTech composite decking is perfect for pet owners, and we love to see anyone - human or animal - relaxing on our beautiful composite boards!

Cat sleeping on decking

And if you're not a cat person, here's a feline-free picture of Jon's new deck (which he installed himself, incidentally). We love how the living room opens directly onto the decking!

Composite decking with bi-fold doors

Click here to learn more about TimberTech's Reliaboard decking, or order your free sample here!

 We have more than a dozen different colours to choose from here at TimberTech, but as we often tell our customers, you don't have to pick just one! Combining two different decking colours can create seriously eye-catching results for your outdoor space - here are a couple of examples from TimberTech's photo galleries:

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This deck uses two different versions of our capped EasyClean decking. Note how the traditional-looking brown design is given a bold outline by that darker, more contemporary border. 

Mocha decking

Finally, here's a photo from our EasyClean Legacy gallery. The deck in this photo is primarily made of Mocha boards, but another colour is also used for accents and contrast. The results, as we think you'll agree, are utterly spectacular!

Want us to help you design a deck of your own? Give TimberTech a call on 029 2037 1584, or click here to order your free decking samples.

Decking looks dazzling - that's a major part of why we love it so much! Here are some of our favourite decking images from around the TimberTech website (there are loads of others to be found in our Gallery).

Grey deck design

This thoroughly modern design uses our stunning grey Reliaboard decking, which combines low-maintenance technology with a natural-looking wood grain. We love this two-tier layout very much, especially with the matching wooden bench!

Geese on composite decking

Looks like these feathered friends appreciate our composite decking! This rather sweet picture is taken from our Balcony & Roof Decking page, where you'll find a whole lot of information about the solutions we can provide for roof terraces and balconies that need a little bit of brightening up.

Composite wood steps

Here's a close-up to end on. This shot shows off the detail that goes into every deck we supply; we think that these composite wooden steps look absolutely flawless.

When it comes to choosing the right material for your outdoor deck you are inundated with different options. The decision-making process can be a little overwhelming: do I want PVC, plastic or composite decking? What are they and what is the difference between the three? This guide aims to answer all of your questions about PVC, plastic and composite decking, helping you find the right decking material for your project with ease.

Plastic Decking

The primary benefit of plastic decking is its low-maintenance nature. This synthetic decking option requires little to no looking after, and once it’s laid down your job is pretty much over. Having said this, plastic decking cannot provide the gorgeous natural look and feel of natural wooden decking and often comes in a limited shade range, so while you might be getting a low-maintenance decking choice you are likely compromising the aesthetic qualities of your garden too.

  • Low maintenance option
  • Not as aesthetically pleasing as wood/composite
  • Water resistant but slippery in wet conditions

PVC Decking

PVC decking is considered to be slightly more sophisticated than plastic decking (despite it coming under the plastic family). It is made entirely from polyvinyl chloride, an incredibly hard and strong plastic, so requires little to no maintenance after installation. PVC decking offers significant fade, stain and mould resistance and a number of varying colour options providing a more diverse choice than plastic decking, but still doesn't have the gorgeous wooden deck feel that most people prefer. 

  • Likely to be the most expensive option
  • Artificial finish
  • Water resistant but slippery in wet conditions

Composite Decking

Composite decking is made partially from plastic but contains a blend of wood and polymer to imitate the gorgeous earthy tones of wood decking with the moisture resistance of plastic decking. As well as looking the part, composite decking is easy to maintain and is close to natural wood in the way it feels underfoot - providing excellent grip! It is an environmentally-friendly option, with its wood and plastic components often saved from landfill sites. Composite decking is often easier to work with and install than plastic decking because it behaves more like wooden decking. 

  • Easy to work with
  • Excellent slip-resistance and moisture resistant
  • Similar in appearance to wood decking

So when it comes to choosing your garden deck, it might seem like you’re inundated with choice, but really, there is only one answer: composite decking. If you’re still not entirely convinced then why not browse our composite decking range, order a sample and observe and feel the high-quality and aesthetically pleasing properties of TimberTech decking for yourself!

 

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