For secure, resilient and waterproof decking that doesn’t require sealing and varnishing, look no further. Our composite decking boards are designed to suit any property, and any garden, in any style. With anti-slip grooves to greatly reduce the risk of slips and falls. when compared to timber, composite decking is always a safe bet!
WPC composite decking
Practical alternative to timber decking, which looks just as stunning in any environment, at home, or at work. We supply three different decking colours here at Celplas as well as all the necessary trims and fittings to ensure that you have a high quality, striking, end result. As well as being available in a range of different colours, the decking itself is reversible and has been extruded to give a wood grain finish to one side and a groove patterned finish to the other. Allowing yourself to make the choice of finish you desire, whether that is all wood grain or a mix and match of the two
This decking is made from a range of recycled materials and bonding materials, including recycled hardwood fibres, and recycled polyethylene, so it’s even better for the environment than solid timber. In fact, composite decking can even be recycled after use too, so it’s a great choice for the environmentally conscious consumer.
Composite decking is an all round better choice than timber decking. Created to be stronger than timber decking, as well as being waterproof, UV and weather resistant, without any additional varnishing or maintenance required, our composite decking here at Celplas is second to none. It can even withstand temperature fluctuations and moisture, without any change in the quality of the decking surface.
Our composite decking is easy to clean. With a simple hose or jet wash, any debris or dirt can easily be removed and washed away. Even wet leaves are simple to remove, and the whole process is much quicker and easier than cleaning a traditional timber decking.
This composite decking uses a system of narrow-spaced grooves to allow for increased functionality, to create an anti-slip surface. This means that our decking can be used in areas that may see some surface water, although it’s always advisable to allow water to run off.