Why Skyline?

Skyline are pleased to add Composite Decking Boards to our product range!

Composite decking is a fantastic option for those looking for a low-maintenance and durable alternative to traditional wood decking.

The boards are made up of a combination of 60% recycled hardwood fibres and 40% recycled plastics, making it an environmentally friendly choice. One of the biggest benefits of composite decking is its lack of required maintenance, other than occasional cleaning with soap and water, it doesn’t require any staining or treatment to maintain its appearance. It’s resistant to rot, insects, and decay, which can be common issues with a traditional timber deck. It's designed to withstand fading due to exposure to sunlight and has a higher resistance to scratching and staining. With our wet English climate, its resistance to water makes it a great investment for any outdoor living area as you avoid the swelling and splintering that occurs with wood.

There are two types of boards available; solid and hollow. The hollow boards are lighter in weight and can be used to create larger spans and reduce the weight of the structure. Whereas the solid boards are heavier and can be used for more heavy-duty applications such as commercial decking. The boards come in four colour choices, so you can choose an aesthetic that complements your project.

Some key benefits to consider when deciding if composite decking is right for you:
• Lightweight and Simple to Install
• Low Absorption Rate
• Rot and Insect Resistant
• Non-combustible Fire Rating (A2-S1)
• 10 Year Guarantee
• 4 Colour Choices
• UV Protection

While initially more expensive than traditional deck materials, composite decking is a worthwhile investment as it requires far less maintenance, lasts longer, and is more environmentally friendly. If you're in the process of planning an outdoor living space, get in touch with our team, they will be happy to advise you.

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