Your deck is one of the most useful and attractive features in your garden. It's where you enjoy reading a book on a warm summer's afternoon, or a glass of wine of an evening. It's somewhere for the kids to play and it's ideal for parties. But if your deck was installed some time ago, it may be looking the worse for wear. Perhaps the stain is wearing off or there are broken and splintered boards that are dangerous for little feet. If the underlying structure is still sound and in decent condition, then why not consider remodelling your deck using up-to-date decking composite
Why decking composite is the smart choice for your remodel
There's no doubt that hardwood decks can look sensational, bringing the beauty of wood into your garden. But they can also be high maintenance and prone to rot and other damage. If you're having a redeck, then it makes sense to use a material that is water and stainproof, resists fading, and won't crack or rot. This non-slip decking will also remain splinter free and is incredibly low maintenance, making it the ideal choice for a safe and family-friendly deck.
Why remodel with decking composite in winter?
Winter is the perfect time for a deck remodel for a number of reasons
• Your winter garden is largely dormant so any work will have a minimal impact.
• Your children will be playing safely indoors and away from the work site.
• Any noise will be minimised because you'll have all your doors and windows closed.
• Winter is the perfect time to have your deck ripped apart and rebuilt because you're unlikely to be using it anyway.
• Your redesigned and remodelled deck will be ready for you to use as soon as the first warm days of spring arrive.
Redesign using decking composite
If you have decided to have your deck rebuilt from the bottom up using the existing structure, now might be the time to think about a redesign, perhaps adding an extra level, some beautiful curves or even a cover for your decking
. We can take your deck from sketch to finished design
or why not take inspiration from one of our project galleries?
If your deck needs some TLC, then why not update it this winter with pizazz!