Company Explains Why Choose Composite Decking

March 21, 2019
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Trex Decking SwanseaComposite decking has increased in popularity in recent years as a viable alternative to timber deckling. This is because composite decking can help to reduce or even eliminate the typical maintenance issues associated with traditional wooden decking.

Dean Heath from DG Heath in Swansea explains why: “Manufactured from a mixture of recycled plastics and wood fibres, composite decking delivers a more sustainable solution than traditional timber. In fact, products from some manufacturers like Trex, comprise up to 95% recycled materials including plastic carrier bags, dramatically reducing the amount of plastics ending up in landfill sites.

“The component parts are bonded together under high pressure to create an incredibly durable inner core, designed to outlast traditional timber. Its outer core, which generally provides protection to the decking on three sides with a breathable layer to the base, is designed to give the appearance of real wood, with a range of different colours and grain patterns available. Composite decking offers greater protection both from rain and the sun’s UV rays, without the need to treat it and will not fade, crack, split, splinter, go mouldy or rot over time. In fact, Trex decking systems are guaranteed for 25 years of residential use and 10 years in a commercial environment.

“This form of decking is particularly well suited for use in the commercial sector where ongoing maintenance can be costly and poorly maintained decking can create a potential hazard for end users.”

DG Heath are leading stockists of composite decking, including the Trex range which is ideal for the sustainability-conscious and those searching for a durable composite decking product. The company’s range of Trex composite decking choices include the Trex Transcend which is considered one of the most weather-resistant, low-maintenance composite decking products on the market. The material is so robust that it won’t warp or splinter, will never require staining or painting, is fade, stain, mould and scratch-resistant and will still look good in 25 years’ time.

DG Heath has also introduced two more Trex ranges into their composite decking portfolio with the Trex Enhance Basics and Trex Enhance Naturals, ideal for both commercial and domestic settings.

To find out more about DG Heath’s range of composite decking, visit https://www.dgheath.co.uk/products/280/trex-decking.

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About DG Heath:

DG Heath is a family run business established over 30 years ago specialising in the supply of high quality timber related products to its customers across Swansea and the surrounding areas.

Contact DG Heath:

Dean Heath
Unit 3 Tyn y Bonau Industrial Estate,
Tyn Y Bonau Rd,
Pontardulias,
Swansea, SA4 8SG,
South Wales
01792 884828

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