Softwood Canterbury Natural Wood

Q-Deck Canterbury style decking is a dual profile deckboard made from high quality certified softwood. It has a finish size of 32 x 150mm after machining before treatment.

From £9.45
exc VAT
Decking Type
Board Dimensions
Width (mm): 150 Depth (mm): 32 Coverage: 3.6m - 1.85 boards per m2, 4.2m - 1.59 boards per m2, 4.8m - 1.44 boards per m2 - 5.4m - 1.24 boards per m2
From £9.45
exc VAT
Q-Deck Canterbury style decking is a dual profile deckboard made from high quality certified softwood. It has a finish size of 32 x 150mm after machining before treatment. Smooth side face up gives a classic contemporary look and is easier to maintain. Being one of the wider profiles means using fewer deck screws per area. The reverse side is grooved and can take two slip resistant strips either side of the central groove, to allow for grip where needed. It is pre-treated with Tanalith.
Board Type Canterbury Material Softwood Colour Natural Wood Width (mm) 150 Depth (mm) 32 Coverage 3.6m - 1.85 boards per m2, 4.2m - 1.59 boards per m2, 4.8m - 1.44 boards per m2 - 5.4m - 1.24 boards per m2

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Example calculation:

4m (width) x 2m (length) = 8m2 x 1.1 (10%) = 8.8m2

Board coverage = 1.92m2 (This is an example for Hardwood)

8.8 ÷ 1.92m2 = 16.89 - 17 boards

Use this method to calculate how many boards you need to order to build your deck.

Regardless of the finished deck shape, measure the longest point (length) and the widest point (width).

Multiply the width by the length, e.g: 4m (width) x 2m (length) = 8m2. The resulting number is how many square meters your deck is covering.

If your finished deck is almost square with very few "cut outs" then add 10% to your square meterage figure (to allow for cuts and odd lengths), e.g: 8m2 x 1.1 = 8.8m2

Now divide the square meterage by the Coverage figure for your selected deck, look this up on the product page as each decking type can be different, e.g: 8.8m2 (square meterage) ÷ 1.92 (Coverage) = 16.89

Finally round this up to whole boards and the result will be how many boards you need to build your deck, e.g: 17 boards for a 4m x 2m deck

London Decking Measuring Guide

Example calculation:

4m (width) x 2m (length) = 8m2 x 1.1 (10%) = 8.8m2

Board coverage = 1.92m2 (This is an example for Hardwood)

8.8 ÷ 1.92m2 = 16.89 - 17 boards

Use this method to calculate how many boards you need to order to build your deck.

Regardless of the finished deck shape, measure the longest point (length) and the widest point (width).

Multiply the width by the length, e.g: 4m (width) x 2m (length) = 8m2. The resulting number is how many square meters your deck is covering.

If your finished deck is almost square with very few "cut outs" then add 10% to your square meterage figure (to allow for cuts and odd lengths), e.g: 8m2 x 1.1 = 8.8m2

Now divide the square meterage by the Coverage figure for your selected deck, look this up on the product page as each decking type can be different, e.g: 8.8m2 (square meterage) ÷ 1.92 (Coverage) = 16.89

Finally round this up to whole boards and the result will be how many boards you need to build your deck, e.g: 17 boards for a 4m x 2m deck

London Decking Measuring Guide

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