Charcoal Grey Composite Fascia Board 4m
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Charcoal Grey Composite Fascia Board from SmartDeck
Our fascia boards are thinner and lightweight to complement your decking.
Benefits of our Composite Decking:
- Low maintenance
- Does not rot, warp or split
- No visible screws or fixings
- Weather resistant
If you’re looking to add a touch of eco-friendly style to your outdoor space then SmartDeck’s composite decking is the perfect choice for you!
SmartDeck® composite decking is manufactured using high-quality recycled wood and plastic, so you can enjoy your new space while knowing you’re doing your part to help the planet. Plus, composite decking is easy to maintain and resistant to fading, so you can enjoy it for years to come.
All SmartDeck® composite decking comes with a 5-year warranty giving you additional peace of mind and ensuring your top-quality finish endures.
Composite Decking Composition
These innovative composite decking boards are made from 55% recycled wood, 40% HDPE, and ~5% additives, so they’re not only good for the environment but also incredibly durable.
The composition of the boards can vary slightly for each colour, depending on the additives used to create the colour. So if you’re looking for a unique, eye-catching deck that will last for years to come, SmartDeck® decking is a perfect choice!
All of our composite deck boards come in 4m or 2m lengths, but can easily be cut down to custom sizes with standard carpentry tools. And, unlike classic wood decking, you don’t have to worry about composite boards warping or cracking over time.
They’re also incredibly easy to install – even if you’re not a professional tradesman. Simply secure the boards using hidden fixings for a clean and professional installation that will last the test of time.
Do not attach composite decking boards directly to the subframe with screws, always use the clips or fitting systems provided to secure the deck to the joists.
The clips allow the deck to expand or contract by about 5mm. 5mm Gap, allow a 5mm gap at the end of each board to expand and contract during hotter weather conditions.
Gradient allows for a 1 in 100 (1%) gradient to allow water to drain off the deck.
As with all brands of composite decking, SmartDeck’s range will lighten and lose up to 30% of its colour in the first 6 months before stabilising to its final colour.
Composite products are made in different batches. Batches can differ in size, shade, texture and colour. We highly recommend ordering all of your decking together to avoid subtle differences in appearance.
Composite Decking Boards have a width tolerance of up to 2%.
|Dimensions||400 × 15 × 1 cm|
Smart Composite Products
Is simple green safe for composite decking?
George CharlesYes, 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.
What does composite mean in decking?
George CharlesComposite is just the way the decking is made, using recycled wood fibres, plastic and small amounts of bonding agents.
How to fix scratches on composite decking?
George CharlesYou can fill in the scratches with an epoxy-based filler with a putty knife.
Will bleach hurt composite decking?
George CharlesYes, any strong chemicals will eat away at the composite decking and leave permanent discolouration and damage.
Can I use vinegar on composite decking?
George CharlesTo 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.
Does composite decking stain?
George CharlesYes, you can stain composite decking but only certain types.
Does composite decking attract rats?
George CharlesNo, composite decking will not attract rats. Rats only use decking as a hideout whilst trying to scavenge food.
Can you pressure wash composite decking?
George CharlesNo, you cannot pressure wash composite materials. Pressure washing too close to the decking will ruin it.
Why is my composite decking warping?
George CharlesThe reason why most composites warp is because of thermal expansion. When plastic fibres of the composite get hot they will expand. It will return to its normal size unless there is a problem with decking spacing.