Green Pine Wooden joist (L)2.4m (W)38mm
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- Concrete stud, adjustable riser or concrete slab should be used as laying support
- Guarantee - 10 years
Features and Benefits
- This product has a Class 4 treatment deep inside the wood, providing better protection and making it suitable for use with ground contact.
|Kiln dried||Kiln dried|
|Timber approval||FSC® approved|
Help & Advice
How to guides
A deck is essentially an open-air extension of your living space. Free-standing or attached to a house wall, decking creates a space that's ideal for outdoor entertaining, as a play area for the kids or simply somewhere to relax outdoors. It also offers an inspired solution to common garden problems such as slopes, or spots where the grass won't grow.
Decking is flexible, allowing you to extend, or update the features over time, as well as allowing you to work around fixtures such as trees or posts that you cannot, or don’t want to, remove from the area.
And you don't need to be a carpenter to build a deck - a few power tools, a basic tool kit and some woodworking skills are needed, so in most instances you can undertake the work yourself. Just be sure to plan carefully and check all your measurements, both at the planning stage and as you build. A second pair of hands will be useful too.
Interested in adding some decking to your outdoor space? Read on for our expert advice to help you kickstart your decking project.
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