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Low-Maintenance Composite Wood Decking

Low-Maintenance Composite Wood Decking

Need some high-quality decking for your outdoor space? Explore our wide range of garden decking products and buy your boards with confidence!

DeckPlus specialise in affordable and environmentally-friendly decking to suit all tastes and budgets. We have a wide range of colours – and prices – to choose from, and all of our wood-plastic composite deck boards are specifically designed to cope superbly in outdoor spaces.
  • Less maintenance than hardwood decking
  • Better quality than plastic decking
  • Ideal for all sorts of gardens and other outdoor spaces!
Homeowners across the UK love DeckPlus because our products are competitively priced and easy to install – plus they have a gorgeous look that’s more than a match for the natural beauty of traditional timber decking.

All of our deck boards are backed with warranties from 10 years up to 30 years (depending on your chosen product) for added peace of mind.

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What is Composite Decking

What is Composite Decking?

Composite decking is an outdoor decking material that’s made using a mixture of wood fibre and plastic.

Think of composite deck boards as a crossbreed of synthetic decking and natural timber. By combining the authentic appeal of wood decking with the low-maintenance durability of plastic deck boards, composite products offer homeowners the best of both worlds!

Read more: Composite Decking vs Plastic Decking

Here at DeckPlus, we believe that composite wood is the perfect choice for just about any decking project, and we’re proud to supply a wide range of high-quality composite deck boards.

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Low-Maintenance Composite Wood Decking

Why Choose DeckPlus?


Low Maintenance Low Maintenance Our outdoor composite decking doesn’t need to be stained or sanded – ever – so you can spend more time enjoying your garden deck and less time maintaining it. It’s also safe and slip resistant!
Fade and Stain Resistant Fade and Stain Resistant You won’t need to worry about material defects, splinters or rot damage. Our composite decking boards are tough enough to resist mould, mildew and stains.
30-Year Warranty 30-Year Warranty All DeckPlus decking ranges (except our EasyClean Edge, EasyClean Edge+, EvoDek, WeatherDek, FutureDek and ReversaDek ranges) come with an industry-leading 30-year residential warranty. Our capped deck boards also benefit from fade and stain cover.
DeckPlus Customer Reviews

DeckPlus Customer Reviews

Really happy we chose ReversaDek composite decking from DeckPlus. The deck has stood up well to the usual family activities - a quick jet wash brings it back to looking like new. Overall we are really happy with our finished deck.
Karl Marley, East Yorkshire
I absolutely love the decking! We get so many compliments and it is such good quality. I can’t fault anything at all. I would definitely recommend purchasing from DeckPlus - the company were a delight to communicate with.
Georgia, Newcastle
Fantastic from start to finish. My family are over the moon with the transformation - we knew from our initial enquiry we wouldn't have to look elsewhere. I'm looking forward to making the most of my retirement in our garden.
Mr Knight, Stoke On Trent
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Frequently Asked Questions

Is composite decking slippery?
Not as slippery as wooden decking. All DeckPlus products are engineered to be as slip-resistant as possible. Unlike hardwood deck boards, our boards absorb very little water and dry out quickly.
What is composite decking made of?
A combination of natural wood fibre and synthetic materials. We think this blend makes composite decking the best of both worlds!
How much does DeckPlus composite decking cost?
Our decking products start at approximately £30 per square metre.
How long does composite decking last?
All DeckPlus products come with at least a 5-year warranty as standard. But our solid deck boards last far longer than that – some of them come with a 30-year warranty!
Does DeckPlus composite decking fade over time?
No – our deck boards are fade and stain resistant, so they’ll keep their colour for years after they’re installed.
How do you clean composite decking?
Our low-maintenance deck boards are easy to clean. Use a broom to sweep away any debris, then scrub them with soapy water. A power washer can make the job quicker.
Does DeckPlus composite decking get hot?
No – DeckPlus boards are designed to stay cool to the touch even on hot summer days.
Is composite decking waterproof?
More so than other decking materials. DeckPlus composite decking absorbs very little moisture, so your deck shouldn’t be damaged by rain or accidental spills.
What is ‘capped’ composite decking?
Capped deck boards have a wrap-around polymer sleeve that keeps out moisture. This adds extra protection and allows you to wipe up spills with ease.
Is DeckPlus decking environmentally friendly?
Yes – we work hard to minimise our environmental impact. Our boards are made using reclaimed wood that would otherwise have been sent to a landfill site.
Do I need planning permission for my new deck?
No, you do not need planning permission for a garden deck as long as:
  • The decking is no more than 30cm (11.8 inches) above the ground
  • No more than 50% of your total garden area will be taken up by the deck and other outbuildings / extensions
  • No part of the deck is on land that is forward of the property’s ‘principal elevation’ (usually meaning the front of your house)
Some additional limitations may apply depending on your location. Visit the Planning Portal website for more information.
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