Low Maintenance

low maintenance decking

Our range of composite decking solutions are low-maintenance, offering the perfect solution to garden lovers looking for a beautiful, hassle-free, outdoor seating area.


With a remarkable likeness to timber, our composite deck boards combine FSC® 100% certified hardwood timber and recycled plastic, to create a composite that offers a responsibly sourced and durable alternative to hardwood. Unlike timber decking, our composite deck boards do not require staining or painting, which can be a laborious but necessary task for owners of a hardwood deck.


Our composite deck boards come in a range of natural colours to suit any outdoor space, allowing you to transform your garden or commercial outdoor area to your individual taste.

Low Maintenance & Long Life


Naturally resistant to mould and fungus, which is the number one cause of rot and decay in traditional timber.

Low maintenance

Unlike traditional timber, HD Deck requires no staining, treating or painting. Due to the high quality UV inhibitors, the product will maintain its aesthetic appeal years after installation.


HD Deck will not warp, bend or splinter like traditional timber decking. Rot and decay are also a thing of the past thanks to the naturally fungal resistant nature of wood plastic composite.

Socially Responsible &
Friendly to Environment

Recycled material

There is the equivalent of more than 3,000 recycled plastic bottle caps per square metre of decking.


Our wood flour used is FSC® 100% certified timber from responsible sources.

Safe &
Child Friendly


HD Deck is not only comfortable to walk on barefoot, it’s also safe to do so because of its naturally splinter free properties!


Safe and resistant to slippage in wet and dry conditions.

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As our products contain a combination of FSC® 100% timber from well managed
sources and recycled plastic our composites are not only high in composite technology,
they are also environmentally friendly and sustainable.

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