Kebony boards are created by enhancing the properties of sustainable softwood with a bio-based liquid. This process increases durability and strength. The product is suitable for a range of applications, including decking, cladding and roofing.
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According to Composite Prime, 90% of their decking products sold last year were in varying shades of grey, so to respond to demand the company has added to its HD Deck Dual range. The new addition offers a reversable two-colour option in slate grey and natural oak, appealing to both contemporary and classic tastes.
These yellow Balau decking boards from Timber Focus are made from Bangkirai wood – one of the most popular hardwood decking options. The dual-sided system is grooved on one side and reeded on the other. It can be stained and oiled easily and is suitable for all types of decking, including around pools and on balconies.
The Heritage range from Ecodek is made from wood polymer composite, which offers a real grain appearance with a low-maintenance and slip resistant profile. Products are made from 95% recycled and sustainably sourced materials.
Thanks to its acetylation process, which involves using vinegar to turn softwood into hardwood, Accoya timber is a highly durable option for decking. The finish is resistant to cracks, splinters, rot and insect attack. It’s suitable for use all year round and will provide a stylish, long-lasting feature.