Durable and effective Antislip Timber Decking
You can get a much better idea about the wide range of textures provided by our decking by seeing them up close using our sample service, which will help you in your decision-making process.
Antislip Plus Decking is a great option for schools and nurseries where you want to provide a safe and attractive outdoor space that is easy to maintain. It’s important to choose the right products for your outdoor area, and timber decking provides the perfect option for both outdoor play and teaching areas.
We have created a guide to timber decking for schools that provides all the details you need to know, and you can read it by clicking on the link below.
People love eating outdoors, especially when the weather is warm, and Antislip Plus Decking is the perfect option if you want to create an attractive outdoor space for your establishment that your customers will enjoy.
Read our detailed guide to outdoor non-slip decking for the hospitality sector to find out everything you need to know about choosing the right decking.
It’s important to choose the right type of timber decking for projects like boardwalks, bridges, and outdoor paths because of the risk of slipping. Safety is absolutely essential, and these types of projects present key challenges.
Boardwalks are useful where you need to provide access to an area that may be difficult to reach, such as in rough terrain or marshland. So make sure you choose the right timber decking for your project by reading our detailed guide.
When installing decking in healthcare environments, which includes care homes, you need to ensure the safety of everyone using the decking. This means the decking should be slip resistant and should not create a hazard or a barrier for people in wheelchairs or who are otherwise less able.
There are many benefits to creating outdoor spaces for people of all ages, but designing outdoor areas can present challenges. So make sure you read our guide to non-slip decking in healthcare environments that covers everything you need to know.
Pale Green, almost clear, fading to a warm honey colour before eventually turning Silver Grey.
Marley recommends following the Timber Decking and Cladding Association guidelines. The best practice guides can be found below.