Composite Decking Boards | Slate Black

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Black Composite Decking Boards (Slate Black) – Product Video

Our Composite Decking is manufactured and designed to offer a traditional timber decking finish, with the robust and durable qualities of our hardwood and plastic hybrid Composite Decking Boards.

These boards are extremely resilient to all forms of environmental and aesthetic damage, as well as eliminating a number of safety concerns associated with traditional timber decking.

The way our Composite Decking Boards are manufactured make the boards anti slip for added safety and provide a durable and long life board for both domestic and commercial applications.

The slate black version of our Composite Decking Boards provide a sleek and modern finish without the concern of the colour fading over time due to their superior stain and fade resistance.

Please Note:

Our Composite Decking will lighten and lose up to 30% of its colour in the first 6 months before stabilising to its final colour.
Building materials are made in different batches. Batches can differ in size, shade, texture and colour. We always recommend ordering all of your decking together.

Board Size: 150mm x 25mm (6”x1″) Width x Depth

Standard Lengths:

1.8 meter (6ft)
3.6 meter (12ft)

Application

Do not fix with screw, 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 allow for a 1 in 100 (1%) gradient to allow water to drain off the deck.

Additional information

Weight 4000 g
Dimensions N/A
Board Length

1.45 meter (5ft), 1.8 meter (6ft), 2.9 meter (9.5ft), 3.6 meter (12ft), Free Sample

Coming soon.

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.

No, you cannot pressure wash composite materials. Pressure washing too close to the decking will ruin it.

The 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.

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SKU: CDBBLK150X25MM

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Description

Black Composite Decking Boards (Slate Black) – Product Video

Our Composite Decking is manufactured and designed to offer a traditional timber decking finish, with the robust and durable qualities of our hardwood and plastic hybrid Composite Decking Boards.

These boards are extremely resilient to all forms of environmental and aesthetic damage, as well as eliminating a number of safety concerns associated with traditional timber decking.

The way our Composite Decking Boards are manufactured make the boards anti slip for added safety and provide a durable and long life board for both domestic and commercial applications.

The slate black version of our Composite Decking Boards provide a sleek and modern finish without the concern of the colour fading over time due to their superior stain and fade resistance.

Please Note:

Our Composite Decking will lighten and lose up to 30% of its colour in the first 6 months before stabilising to its final colour.
Building materials are made in different batches. Batches can differ in size, shade, texture and colour. We always recommend ordering all of your decking together.

Board Size: 150mm x 25mm (6”x1″) Width x Depth

Standard Lengths:

1.8 meter (6ft)
3.6 meter (12ft)

Application

Do not fix with screw, 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 allow for a 1 in 100 (1%) gradient to allow water to drain off the deck.

Additional information

Weight 4000 g
Dimensions N/A
Board Length

1.45 meter (5ft), 1.8 meter (6ft), 2.9 meter (9.5ft), 3.6 meter (12ft), Free Sample

Coming soon.

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.

No, you cannot pressure wash composite materials. Pressure washing too close to the decking will ruin it.

The 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.

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Composite Decking Boards | Slate Black

Choose Your Board Length
Clear
Select Quantity

— OR  —

— OR  —

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Fast Nationwide Delivery

Click & Collect

Collect at our Thurrock branch

SKU: CDBBLK150X25MM

🎄 ORDER NOW IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS 🎄

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Composite Decking Boards | Slate Black

Choose Your Board Length
Clear
Select Quantity

— OR  —

— OR  —

View basket

Description

Black Composite Decking Boards (Slate Black) – Product Video

Our Composite Decking is manufactured and designed to offer a traditional timber decking finish, with the robust and durable qualities of our hardwood and plastic hybrid Composite Decking Boards.

These boards are extremely resilient to all forms of environmental and aesthetic damage, as well as eliminating a number of safety concerns associated with traditional timber decking.

The way our Composite Decking Boards are manufactured make the boards anti slip for added safety and provide a durable and long life board for both domestic and commercial applications.

The slate black version of our Composite Decking Boards provide a sleek and modern finish without the concern of the colour fading over time due to their superior stain and fade resistance.

Please Note:

Our Composite Decking will lighten and lose up to 30% of its colour in the first 6 months before stabilising to its final colour.
Building materials are made in different batches. Batches can differ in size, shade, texture and colour. We always recommend ordering all of your decking together.

Board Size: 150mm x 25mm (6”x1″) Width x Depth

Standard Lengths:

1.8 meter (6ft)
3.6 meter (12ft)

Application

Do not fix with screw, 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 allow for a 1 in 100 (1%) gradient to allow water to drain off the deck.

Additional information

Weight 4000 g
Dimensions N/A
Board Length

1.45 meter (5ft), 1.8 meter (6ft), 2.9 meter (9.5ft), 3.6 meter (12ft), Free Sample

Coming soon.

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.

No, you cannot pressure wash composite materials. Pressure washing too close to the decking will ruin it.

The 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.