Ecodek Heritage is solid composite decking board made from a wood polymer composite.
This eco friendly decking provides all the great benefits of timber decking boards. It features an attractive wood grain appearance which is slip-resistant, low maintenance, splinter free, rot-resistant and made from recycled materials.
Unlike traditional wooden decking, these composite boards will not stain warp, split, flake or promote the growth of algae. The low maintenance outdoor space that the decking provides will last for many years to come.
The natural, rustic look design is available in five stunning colours: Welsh Slate (Dark Grey), Cornish Pebble (Light Grey), Brecon Shale (Light Brown), Pennine Millstone (Dark Brown) and Highland Basalt (Black).
What are the benefits of Ecodek Heritage?
The benefits of Ecodek Heritage Decking Boards include:
Slip Resistant: The boards feature high levels of slip resistance to keep the user safe in different conditions.
Low Maintenance: The decking requires little maintenance. It is easy to clean and will not need sanding or sealing.
Splinter Free: The boards are made with safety in mind, and are tough, durable and splinter free.
Rot and Split Resistant: The boards are made to last and will not rot or split.
Recycled Content: The boards are eco friendly – made from 95% recycled and sustainably sourced materials.
Available with a 25 year warranty.
Where can I find out more?
To find out more information call us on 01246 418144 or email us here.
Wood composite material is a combination of wood fibres, recycled plastics and bonding agents. The materials are heated together, formed into boards, and then cooled down. It results in a high-quality, long-lasting composite board, which has all the beauty of timber but the practicalities of plastic.
How to choose between solid composite decking and hollow decking?
Although hollow deck boards are cheaper to buy in the short term they are simply not as durable (as they have far less material in them) meaning that the decking may need replacing sooner than expected.
How long does it last?
Due to their increased strength, solid boards are generally a higher quality than their hollow counter parts. This combination of quality and solidity also means these boards have a longer life span. These boards are expected to have a lifespan of around 25 years.
How is it installed?
You can find an installation video on the 'Video' tab.
How should composite decking be repaired if damaged?
Ecodek Signature and Heritage is very tough and robust, and therefore difficult to damage under normal circumstances. If the boards get marked or damaged by garden furniture etc, then the marks can be softened and blended back into the deck by rubbing a walnut over the marks.
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