What are Timber Decking Boards?
The plank thickness should provide a solid feel for the unsupported distance between joists.
Timber decking boards are perfect for extending outdoor living areas and can be arranged in different designs, to meet individual preference.
Timber decking boards are a great landscaping option for outdoor spaces of any size.
Where are Timber Decking Boards Used?
Timber decking boards are seen as the ideal way to define different areas of the outdoor space you have available.
It provides a great surface for an outdoor seating area, around a swimming pool or maybe a hot tub, plus it is quick and easy to install and fairly cost effective to boot.
The three common choices when it comes to wood decks are redwood, cedar and pressure-treated wood that can be made of various types of wood materials.
Alternatively, composite decking boards could be used.
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Enthusiasts of natural wood prefer hardwood decking because it is widely available, strong, lightweight, and has a naturally attractive colour that makes for a beautiful deck.
The wood has naturally occurring oils and tannins that are resistant to insects and rot.Order Timber Decking Boards
Timber Decking Board Sizes
Six-inch wide boards are ideal in most cases. Four inch wide material takes longer to install, creates more gaps and requires a lot more fasteners.
The Mick George Group supply a wide range of different size timber decking boards.
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Timber Decking Board Treatment
It is important to inspect your coating every six months to look out for any chips or patches. Re-coat the patch when necessary, for best results we recommend treating the decking area at least once a year!Order Timber Decking Boards
Timber Decking Board Installation
If you’re laying your deck straight onto the ground, cover the area with a layer of weed control fabric.
Then add 40 mm to 50 mm of gravel on top. The other method is to create concrete pads for the deck to sit on top of.
This will reduce the likelihood of moisture seeping into the frame and causing damage.Order Timber Decking Boards
Timber Decking Board Layout
When using timber decking, you want a gap of at least 1/8 of an inch after your decking has dried out.
If you’re using decking that’s already been dried out, you can leave a 1/8-inch gap when you install.
Many decks will use “green” wood, or wood that hasn’t been dried down or kiln dried.Order Timber Decking Boards
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Buy Timber Decking Boards Online
As well as ordering over the phone, customers can also buy timber decking boards online, 24-7 at their convenience.
The process is extremely simple and will only take a few minutes.
Customers can view exactly what they want, retrieve all the information they need and have the timber decking boards delivered quickly.Order Timber Decking Boards
Timber Decking Board Suppliers
As with all of our Timber supplies, our timber decking boards are only sourced from approved Timber Mills throughout the world, ensuring the best possible quality.
Our timber decking boards meet the highest Grade specifications.Order Timber Decking Boards
Timber Decking Board Delivery Locations
Courtesy of our expansive network quality Timber sources and large fleet of vehicles, we’re able to deliver timber decking boards quickly and efficiently to domestic, trade and commercial customers throughout Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Bedfordshire and Norfolk, as well as on a nationwide basis.
Timber decking boards delivery will occur within a 14-day period from ordering.
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