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We supply and fit both Hard & Softwood decking boards.

Depending on the garden, terrace or roof top we can provide and install the most suitable timber decking to fit the surroundings, preference and budget.

Timber decking offers a warm natural feel to any property or work place.

Available in 28mm (Economy) and 32mm (Standard) Thicknesses

or you could go with a HARD WOOD decking of your choice

All Timber is Tanalised For Longer Life Expectancy

Economy Decking 28mm Thickness

Standard Decking 32mm Thickness

Decking is constructed with three different types of material , redwood, hardwood, or a synthetic material.

At Taskforce we construct our decking on a suspended frame. This way only the 100mm timber posts are in contact with the soil. From this we construct a frame from 50 x 150mm timber with 500mm centres; the decking is then attached to the top of this frame. All the timber is either bolted or screwed together leaving a strong, high quality decking area that will last for many years.

Balustrading can be constructed with posts and ropes, solid timber or you can use glass with stainless steel balustrading .

whatever material you choose for your decking you can be sure that we will construct it in a manner that is not only structually sound but will look fantastic and add value to your property.

Classic Grooved Decking 120mm wide

Available in 28mm (Economy) and 32mm (Standard) Thicknesses


Classic Grooved Decking 120mm wide 28mm

Available in 2 colours Smooth Finish Decking 120mm x 32mm Anti-Slip Decking Board 145mm x 28mm

TRANSITION PATTERN

Want to keep it simple? Here’s a subtle twist on the traditional deck pattern. By using a transition board running perpendicular to the rest of the deck you can break up the monotony plus use shorter board lengths. This pattern is also perfect for creating separation between different areas of the deck. Looking for something a little more interesting? Try using a different colored product or stain for the transition board.

PICTURE FRAME


Take the transition board pattern to the next level by adding a picture frame around the edge of the deck. By adding a little extra framing the Picture Frame deck pattern creates a custom look for your project while saving money in the process. Using a different colored product or stain for the frame is another added touch.

HERRINGBONE

The Herringbone deck pattern looks like a chevron pattern, but it requires fewer angled cuts. By taking short boards and placing them at a 45 degree angle, you can create a stunning look that sets your project apart.


CHEVRON WITH TRANSITION BOARDS

You may have seen a chevron deck pattern before, but adding transition boards opens a world of possibilities. The transition boards make the pattern options endless while still allowing you to use shorts. Carry a chevron pattern across the whole deck, or use straight boards in some sections. You can also choose a different colored product or stain for the transition boards for a truly custom project.


Composite Decking

How Composite Decking Works

It used to be much easier to decide how to construct a deck. Did you want to make it out of wood -- or wood? Nowadays, there's a vast array of decking available, and some of it doesn't even have a trace of wood in it. Why all the options? It's part of our never-ending quest to make things better, easier and more c­onvenient.

The common denominator in wood decking, whether it's treated pine, redwood or cedar, is the need for regular care and maintenance. Sanding, staining and resealing are an annual chore for some, but others might go two or three years between treatments.

In recent years some sharp entrepreneurs, recognizing that many homeowners might appreciate a lower-maintenance option, came up with some alternatives. In addition to vinyl and aluminum, there's even plastic decking available now. But the segment of the decking industry that's seen the biggest change is what's called composite decking.

Composite decking is typically made from a combination of different materials (namely, wood and plastic), which are processed to give the appearance of wood. Both the wood (which consists of lumber industry byproducts like sawdust, chips and wood fiber) and the plastic can be made from virgin or recycled material.

Manufacturers mix the components, often adding a pigment and preservative. The mixture is heated, formed into board-shaped lengths and then cooled. The resulting board of composite decking is usually heavier than wood but not as strong. But composite decking is resistant to rot, doesn't warp, won't giv­e people splinters, and doesn't need to be painted, stained or sealed.

The color of most composite decking will fade somewhat after the initial installation. Homeowners are encouraged to keep their composite decking swept clean, attend to any stains as soon as possible, and hose it down twice a year, finishing with a soap and water scrub.

We Supply & Install a variety of soft wood

& hard wood Decking & Can enhance your choice with corresponding handrails, balustrades & posts.


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