While timber products have traditionally dominated the world of garden fencing and decking, a high performing alternative is making market inroads, helping installers to secure and deliver successful outdoor space projects and homeowners to appreciate unique low maintenance obligations.
Composite fencing and decking, created using a mixture of recycled wood and recycled plastic polymer, is opening a new world where low maintenance is the new norm. The distinctive construction technology maintains the product’s durability and high performance for years without the need to undertake the regular maintenance that is required on timber alternatives.
Composite products will not rot, splinter, or warp, ensuring longevity for their pristine looks and performance and, critically, can withstand the variances of the British climate. Sun, rain, wind, and snow are all easily handled by remarkably robust and great looking products that will enhance outdoor living.
The attractive colour options on Deeplas fencing do not follow the fate of timber which inevitably requires treating to prevent degradation due to exposure to sunlight and air pollutants. The colour is consistent, so the composite wood skin has greater longevity, meaning Deeplas composite fencing only requires something as simple as an annual light jet wash to maintain its superior level of appearance.
And as a recycled product solution, composite fencing and decking is also kinder for the environment, alleviating the need to use valuable natural resources such as timber. With many consumers now actively seeking out sustainable answers for the products they are choosing to buy, installers who promote the recycled origins of composite products can tap into a growing collective concern to look after the world around us.
In the future, homeowners can leave the paint can and the staining brush safely on shelves of trade outlets and help to lower the CO2 emissions.
Composite fencing and decking are the maintenance friendly solutions for much loved outdoor living spaces. Instead of reluctantly thinking about the maintenance tasks ahead, clients can simply sit back and delight in knowing they are a thing of the past.