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Perfect Decking Macclesfield


Are you considering decking as the perfect addition to your outdoor space but have questions swirling in your mind? You're in the right place! Our Decking FAQs section is designed to provide you with quick and informative answers to some of the most common questions about decking.

From choosing the right decking materials and understanding maintenance requirements to design tips and installation insights, we’ve got you covered. Whether you’re a seasoned DIY enthusiast or embarking on your first decking project, our FAQs are here to demystify the world of decking.
How long will my decking structure last?

We will guarantee both the
product and workmanship
for 15 years.

What woods do you use for the decking and carcassing?

All timber including decking and carcassing is pressure treated softwood.

What other woods can you source?

We can source Balau, Massaranduba, Ipe, oak, Cedar,and Iroko.

How do you stop plant life growing beneath the decking structure?

In most cases w would use a horticultural membrane which blocks sunlight but allows moisture through.

Do I need to treat my deck to maintain it?

All wood is pre-impregnated with preservatives. It is also our policy to treat all cut ends with a clear preservative

Will the decking become green and slippery?
This may occur in shady and damp conditions. A mild detergent and a stiff brush solution easily cures this
Will you need planning permission for decking structures?

It is not usually necessary for planning permission; however in a small number of cases, advice from planning department can easily be sought.

Types of decking material

We’re here to help advise on the best type of materials for your decking.

If you have any other questions, please call Colin on 07740 944 259

Decking Questions?

Considering decking as the perfect addition to your outdoor space but have questions swirling in your mind? Why not drop us a message and we’ll see if we can help.