Choose from a Variety of Different Decking Options
Choose from a range of decking options today. Call us for a free quote on decking that will suit your needs.
Composite Decking Port Elizabeth
Composite decking in Port Elizabeth is made up of plastic along with wood fibres which means it causes no harm to the environment.
- It lasts longer when compared to wooden decks
- It has very low repair and maintenance needs
- Looks very similar to wooden decking
- Is available in a wide variety of beautiful colours to suit your outdoor space
Wooden Decking Port Elizabeth
Wooden Decking is one of the most appealing options when it comes to decking. It is the most natural option and definitely enhances the aesthetics of your property.
Wooden Decking in Port Elizabeth does not cost much and can be installed quickly and efficiently.
Wooden decking is good quality decking that has no damaging consequences on the atmosphere and is made from high quality:
- Red Balau
Pool Decking Port Elizabeth
Do you wish to upgrade your pool paving? Pool paving can be dangerous and often does not enhance the look of your pool. Pool decking provides a perfect alternative to paving that is not slippery and looks elegant.
If you want to subtly revamp your pool, then pool decking is an ideal option. You can choose from a variety of decking options from wooden to composite pool decking. One thing is for sure, your pool area will look beautiful for many years.
With the addition of a wooden pergola or a nice set of garden furniture, your pool area will enhance the appearance of your outdoor area dramatically.
Decking Maintenance and Repair Port Elizabeth
Your decking in Port Elizabeth will need occasional maintenance and repair. Wooden decking in Port Elizabeth will require more frequent maintenance when compared to composite decking as it is exposed to the elements.
It will be more cost-efficient for you to get a professional to maintain your decking regularly rather than allowing it to perish and having to replace the entire deck.
We supply all kinds of decking maintenance and repair services. We are able to restore your deck, sand it down and treat it with a top-quality product for maximum durability.
Create a Tranquil Outdoor Area in Port Elizabeth
The outside of your home can be changed from drab and ordinary to trendy and fabulous by installing a deck. A Port Elizabeth deck builder can convert your outdoor area in the following ways:
- Decking for new homes
- Deck repairing
- Personalized decking installations
- Evaluations and decking advice
Frequently Asked Questions
Which decking is best when comparing wooden and composite?
It depends where you would like to install the decks. Composite decking needs less maintenance as compared to wooden decking but costs more, it also does not require frequent refurbishing. Wooden decking gives a natural feel to the outdoor area but needs periodic maintenance.
Can wooden decking last longer?
Wooden decking can last long if taken care of routinely.
Can my deck become wet?
It happens with time but there are several ways to stop this. You can prevent the wet surface by keeping it clean routinely as well as using an anti-skid decking oil which will help eliminate slippery decks.
Is it true that rats can live under the decking?
This is a myth, rats cannot stay under the decks. There is no place that the rats can enter.
Do I need planning permission for my new decking?
Decking requires no approval, provided you set it up on your residential or commercial property and it causes no harm to anyone around your home.
Is it feasible to install a deck in a sloped garden?
Yes, it is achievable if a professional does it for you. There is no consequence to installing a deck on a sloped lawn in fact a decking professional can make your lawn look even more beautiful.
How to clean decks?
You should never high pressure wash your decking. Rather take a stiff brush and eradicate any excess gunk and particles (after sweeping it). If the gunk has still not come off, use a hose along with a mild cleaning product.
Is it ok to put bulky pot plants and lawn furniture on my decking?
Yes, you absolutely can. Decking is installed to handle heavyweight thus, it is strong enough.