Composite hollow decking is perfect for gardens, patios, pool areas and holiday homes. Its recycled wood polymer construction makes composite wood so much more durable than timber.
Composite wood has added resistance to damage from a variety of the common threats to the appearance of decking; whether that be bicycles, barbecues, party-goers, paddling pools or garden furniture.
Clever concealed fixings give a neat, flawless finish which can be installed quickly and easily making composite wood the ideal decking choice.
Composite Hollow Decking - Our Top Tips:
- Hollow decking requires a smaller level of maintenance over its life. Cleaning up with a garden hose is sufficient to uphold its colour
- Always allow a 150mm air-gap to create unobstructed airflow under the deck
- Hollow decking can be cleaned with a pressure washer, but its important to ensure the unit is less than 80 bar, the temperature must be no more than 40˚C, and position the lance head no closer than 30cm
- Do not place heavy items over 100kg on your deck or drag furniture across the decking planks which could damage your deck