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Richard Burbidge Softwood 6 step Deck riser (L) 1700mm

Richard Burbidge Softwood 6 step Deck riser (L) 1700mm

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Product information

Features and benefits

An essential component to your step section leading up your beautiful elevated decking area, this deck riser is stylish, safe and versatile, with an ability to match your decking design theme perfectly

  • Manufactured from responsibly sourced, forest friendly timber
  • Can be stained to any colour with deck stain
  • Can be installed alongside the step treads to create a safe steps section to an elevated decking area

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.

Specifications

BrandRichard Burbidge
Pack quantity1
Product length1700mm
Product width260mm
MaterialRedwood
Timber typeSoftwood
TreatmentPressure treated
Product code5000473080344

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Great steps

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Elliemastiff - 3 months ago

exactly what I needed and at a fraction of the price of other supplier's

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Lum - 6 months ago

I bought some of these last week. Utter subbish. They warped before assembly. I think this was because they are stored outside and then during the hot weather they dried out too quickly. Some of the risers had nails protruding out of the sides.