OAKIO INIWOOD DECKING

£31.50

Inc. VAT

(1 customer review)

High quality hard wood fibre (Oak wood) and high density PE resin are the main raw material.

Available in Dark Brown, Light Grey and Dark grey (3.6 mtr x 147x 21) 

Hollow twin-sided boards (Woodgrain/Grooved)£31.50

Available in Smoke White, Mahogany and Amber (3.36 mtr x 147 x 21) 

Hollow Twin Sided (Variegated Wood Grain / Grooved)£35

Facia Boards (3.6 meter x 140 x 11) colour coded to boards£34.50

Edging/Finishing strips (3.6 mtr x 70x 72) £15

Fixing clips and screws (per 200)£33

Metal starter clips (per 10)£12.70

 

Description

This is the first generation of WPC decking. WPC Stands for wood plastic composite.

Oakio decking available in variety of different finishes that mimic the look and feel of exotic hardwoods.

Stainless steel clips, starter clips and plastic clips also available as well matching angled or flat facia boards for that finishing touch.

Call for more information 01268 439300

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How durable is your composite products?

The durability of our composite materials are a combination between recycled plastic and wood fibers. This allows for an authentic-looking product with significantly longer lifespan than traditional timbers alternatives, made up 95% from renewable resources making it good choice environmentally too

What are the benefits of using composite products in your garden?

Composite products are a great way to add functional and protective value in your garden, without sacrificing style. These materials can be used for walks or paths as well as borders around plants that need extra protection from soil tracking inside the boundaries of their pots/vases; they make fantastic edging on patios too! Why not give them ago?

Composite products vs Timber

Timber is the traditional material of choice for decking, fencing and cladding, but composite materials have become more popular recently. For starters- timber comes from trees while composites arise mainly through recycling waste products like plastic bottles or other discarded items; secondly there's no difference between how they're processed so long as it meets specific criteria (pressure heating); finally most cost effectively producing them requires extensive machinery investment with higher initial investments than either wood production lines

How easy is it to install Composite products?

With a few simple tools, you can install composite paneling in your home to give it an attractive and durable exterior. Unlike traditional wood shakes or shingles that require frequent maintenance due the need for painting them over time-composite panels don't have this problem because they're designed not splinter nor split when cut which makes them easier on homeowners' DIY skills!

What are the areas you supply to?

We are one of the fastest growing supplier of composite products in South East England. We supply and fit, if needed to all counties across Essex, London, Kent and nearby towns and cities.