Antislip Plus Decking

Durable and effective Antislip Timber Decking

  • Full FSC® and PEFC chain of custody 
  • Exceeds HSL slip testing guidelines 
  • Strength graded to C16 or C24 and CE marked 
  • BS 5268 and Eurocode span tables 
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Deckmark+ accredited from TDCA

A distinctive range of 2 colours that add character and have a lasting beauty improving with each passing season.

Experiencing the vast variety of textures that our decking provide up close, can guide you in the decision making process when selecting deck coverings. Our efficient sample service can help you in this process.

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Antislip Plus® timber decking boards have been specifically designed to provide a durable and effective external anti-slip surface to minimise any risk of slipping – even in adverse weather conditions.

Antislip Plus® uses a unique formula of grey resin-based aggregate inserts, which are injected into the deck board grooves. If smooth boards are required, grooves are specially machined into the boards to receive the inserts.

For most uses two non-slip inserts are appropriate, but there are instances where three inserts should be used, such as on a public walkway that crosses water. Other applications also include bridleways and footpaths.
An image of anti-slip plus timber decking, from Marley, laid outside with outdoor furniture placed on top.

When specifying decking for schools, nurseries and playgrounds consideration must be given to aesthetics, maintenance and safety. By choosing the right products which are inclusive and safe ensures that everyone can enjoy the decked areas.

Many schools are choosing to use timber decking to create outdoor teaching and play areas to really maximise and utilise the space they have available.

With the trend of people choosing to dine outside, establishments in the hospitality sector need to ensure there is a safe, inclusive outdoor space for their customers to enjoy.

To read more about non-slip decking within the hospitality sector, view our dedicated landing page. 

Specifying decking in high slip-risk areas such as boardwalks and bridges, where safety and performance are key, brings its own set of challenges.

Boardwalks are installed to create a seamless flow across landscapes and enable areas that may have been unreachable or dangerous to be accessible such as over water, marshland, and rough terrain. This helps to maximise the space available and allows visitors to access these areas safely.

Decking for healthcare environments, such as care homes, should be slip resistant, minimise trip hazards, and not create a barrier to access for wheelchairs and the less able.
The use of outside space, with access to fresh air and nature can have an uplifting effect on everyone from young children to the elderly. Designing external areas, especially with wheelchairs, and the less able in mind, can prove difficult. Trip hazards, wheelchair users, and accessibility for visually impaired are all important considerations in the specification of hard landscaping products.

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Technical specification

Antislip Plus® Colour

Pale Green, almost clear, fading to a warm honey colour before eventually turning Silver Grey.

Marley Antislip Plus® Coverage

  • 125mm widths: 8m per m²
  • 150mm widths: 6.7m per m²


Marley Antislip Plus® Grading

  • C16 and C24 available

Marley Antislip Plus® Installation

Marley recommends following the Timber Decking and Cladding Association guidelines. The best practice guides can be found below.

Antislip Plus® Field cuts

All field cuts must be painted/coated with a cut end preservative.

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