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Composite decking is fast becoming the largest timber deck alternative on the market and is loved by many homeowners and contractors alike. Garden decking suppliers Lumberjacks, who are based in Ipswich, are now finding that It is now one of the most popular garden products in the industry.

It is ideal for commercial use in outdoor dining areas, including beer gardens, restaurants and rooftop terraces, as well as for swimming pools, spas and leisure facilities.

Composite decking boards have many uses and provide incredible durability and are 100% recyclable and eco-friendly. They can also be used as marina and pontoon decking and for homeowners in need of exterior garden decking solutions for dining areas and balconies.

If you need a durable decking solution for your garden or landscaping project that will retain its structural integrity, shape and colour, then composite decking is the choice for you.

What is Composite Decking?

Composite decking is a man-made building product made up of a mix of wood fibres, plastics and a small amount of bonding agents.

The decking boards are constructed using a long-lasting and durable hollow core. They are manufactured from 55% natural wood fibres and 45% recycled polymers to create a safe, anti-slip finish which requires little to no maintenance, unlike with traditional wood decking.

Composite decking is resistant to rot, damp and insects, and has minimal water absorption which means it is highly slip resistant and can be used around pools. It also comes with a longer lifespan than traditional wood decking. It is also visibly pleasing to the eye, making it the perfect addition to your business facility or landscaped garden.

Composite Decking Boards at Lumberjacks

We supply Anti-Slip hollow composite decking in classic teak, light grey and black, with the addition of start-up clips, mounting clips and fascia trims. Our decking boards are 3600mm (Long), x 145mm (Wide) x 23mm (Thick). Find out more about our composite decking boards here.

Here at Lumberjacks we also offer a Douglas Fir timber framework, which is a hard-wearing softwood which we can treat in either green or brown. Along with the framework we can provide you with two lengths of concrete decking support post to minimise ground moisture contact.

Buying Garden Decking from Lumberjacks of Ipswich

If you would like a quotation or if you have any questions or would like some advice why not give us a call on 01473 461394 or pop into our depot to see our display area? As well as our garden decking, we also supply a wide range of other timber and fencing products at competitive prices from our Ipswich base.

WE OPEN FOR ONLINE AND PHONE ORDERS ONLY FROM 16TH APRIL 2020

WHEN ORDERS ARE PLACED ONLINE, A MEMBER OF OUR TEAM WILL CONTACT YOU TO BOOK IN THE DELIVERY OR COLLECTION TIME.

WE WILL DO OUR VERY BEST AT CONTACTING YOU QUICKLY BUT ASK FOR YOUR PATIENCE AS WE ARE EXPERINCING A HIGH VOLUME OF CALLS & ONLINE ORDERS AT THE MOMENT.

AT PRESENT WE ARE WORKING ON A 2 WEEK TURN AROUND FROM YOUR ORDER TO DELIVERY. 

Opening times Monday to Friday 7.30am to 3.00pm

Lumberjacks Ltd has decided to operate a limited service during the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.

Manufacturing is an important sector within the UK economy and has an important role in supporting essential services in this difficult time as seen in letters from the Secretary of State for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy.

Construction Industry Letter

Manufacturing Industry Letter

At our branch we have implemented a strict social distancing policy for our limited essential staff. In line with Government guidance and in order to reduce unnecessary contact with customers, we have decided to operate on a strict delivery only basis.

Orders will only be taken online or by telephone.

Delivery will be to kerbside only, with customers adhering to the 2 metre gap. Once the goods have been delivered, our driver will then ask for the name of the person accepting delivery, thereby maintaining minimal social interaction.

We thank you for your understanding in these difficult times and hope to return to a full service when advised by the Government.