Composite Prime

Benefits & Features v1

When it comes to designing and building a commercial workspace, today’s architects must take hundreds of factors into account. Peeping to budget, navigating planning permission or simply making sure that their design looks the part, all rely on the types of materials used during construction. Increasingly we’re seeing architects and property developers choosing Composite Prime for their commercial projects due to its many benefits, such as…

It’s great for the environment

Undoubtedly one of the main benefits of our composite decking products is its environmentally friendly credentials. Produced using sustainable FSC approved wood flour and recycled plastic, our composite decking means that architects can use a beautiful product that will adhere to company’s Corporate Social Responsibility or environmental policies. More and more businesses are including the requirement for ethical and sustainable materials as part of their design brief. Customers want to ensure that if they are undertaking a large commercial project that may disturb the local environment, they are at the very least, making their project as green as possible.

Sustainable, ethical & responsible

All of our composite decking and fencing products contain a combination of FSC® 100% timber from well managed sources along with recycled plastic. This means our composite decking and fencing are not only high in composite technology, they are also environmentally friendly and sustainable.

Features & Benefits


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

Low Maintenance & Long Life

Low Maintenance

Maintaining its aesthetic appeal years after installation, HD Deck requires no staining, treating or painting.

Recycled material

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

Socially Responsible & Friendly to the Environment

FSC® 100% Timber

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