The price of anthracite grey composite decking will vary depending on the brand, quality, and thickness of the decking. However, it is generally more expensive than traditional wood decking. However, the long lifespan and low maintenance requirements of composite decking make it a worthwhile investment in the long run.

Anthracite grey composite decking is very easy to clean and maintain. It can be cleaned with soap and water using a soft brush. For more stubborn stains, you can use a mild detergent. It is important to avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners, as these can damage the decking.

Yes, anthracite grey composite decking is relatively easy to install. It can be installed using the same tools and techniques as traditional wood decking. However, it is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully to ensure a proper installation.

Yes, it is safe to use for cleaning purposes. It cleans dirt, grease and sap from wood and composite materials. Be careful if using it with a pressure washer make sure it is on the lowest setting so you don’t harm the composite decking.
Composite is just the way the decking is made, using recycled wood fibres, plastic and small amounts of bonding agents.
You can fill in the scratches with an epoxy-based filler with a putty knife.
Yes, any strong chemicals will eat away at the composite decking and leave permanent discolouration and damage.
To clean composite decking, you can use half a cup of white vinegar or apple cider vinegar to ¼ of a cup of baking soda, with 1 gallon of water.
Yes, you can stain composite decking but only certain types.
No, composite decking will not attract rats. Rats only use decking as a hideout whilst trying to scavenge food.