Deck Kits Softwood Deck Kit, 243232

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Deck Kits Softwood Deck Kit, 243232

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5022652811785
Deck Kits Softwood Deck Kit, 243232 Deck Kits Softwood Deck Kit, 243232 Deck Kits Softwood Deck Kit, 243232
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Product Information

  • 24 x boards and 19 x joists

Features and Benefits

  • Precision finished
  • Preservative treated
  • Kiln dried for stability

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Deck Kits Softwood Deck Kit, 243232
Coverage 0.6912m²
Material Spruce
Timber type Softwood
Treated Pressure treated
Timber approval PEFC approved
Timber certificate BMT-PEFC-0009
Contents
Fitting instructions Max. joist centres: 400. Spacing between boards: 5-6mm. Gap around perimeter: 10mm. Use 4.5 x 63mm Stainless Steel or coated deck screws. Drill pilot holes. Fixing points: Minimum 15mm from end and minimum 20mm from edge. Fixing detail: 2 per joist through face of board

Health and Safety

Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

Help & Advice

How to guides

How to build a basic, ground-level deck

How to build a basic, ground-level deck

A simple deck at ground level is a straightforward project – a perfect starting point if you're new to carpentry.

Before you start laying, check out our guide to planning your decking project. This covers everything from decking structures to board designs, and offers an essential introduction.

Read How to plan your decking

Our example is of decking that is:

  • Laid on flat, soft and level ground
  • Laid on the ground floor, not raised
  • Not joined to a building
  • Without any extra touches like a balustrade or decking lights
  • Designed with the boards in a horizontal pattern

If you plan to lay decking that's raised, adjacent to a building or wall, or would like to add a balustrade, head over to our article on laying a raised deck for more information.

Read How to build a raised deck

Ready to start with your project? Let's go...

basic decking

Buying guides

Buyer's guide to timber and board

Buyer's guide to timber and board

Broadly speaking, timber comes in three different types: construction timber, finishing timber and decorative timber. It's generally more expensive than man-made boards, which come in lots of varieties with a whole range of uses.

Always try to choose timber that's been certified by an independent organisation like the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) as this means the wood has been sourced sustainably. If there is any wood or paper in a B&Q product, we make sure it meets legal, social and environmental standards. Find out more about our Forest Friendly Promise.

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