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Why Choose Garden Decking?
One of the benefits of using decking is that it can be constructed in order to terrace a garden, hide an unattractive space or raised to become level with an entrance or conservatory. Decking is an extremely versatile element and can add appeal and value to your home and garden. There are a range of types to suit budgets and the finished look can bring style to your home as well as being a practical space for your family and friends.
Why Choose our Garden Decking Service?
Firstly we are all about quality and ensuring that the wood we source has been taken from sustainable forest sources. We want your new decking to enhance your garden and we will plan your deck with you and ensure you are happy with the design. Our highly skilled team ensure that all decking is built to the highest standard and that all the correct foundations and supports are in place. During the planning process we will also discuss whether lighting the decking could be an option and what other elements would compliment the final look.
How much does garden decking cost?
The cost of decking will depend on the style that you choose, the size of the area, the design, current ground situation and drainage. We can give a guide price per square metre if you are considering having decking installed but you don't know how much it will cost. Contact us and we will be more than happy to discuss your project further.
What is the difference between hardwood, composite and softwood decking?
Many of our customers are aware of hardwood and softwood but are not always familiar with composite decking. To help clear up what the differences are between the three types we have written a blog on the pros and cons of different decking materials.
Do I need to apply for planning permission to build a deck?
Putting up decking, or other raised platforms, in your garden is permitted development, not needing an application for planning permission, providing: The decking is no more than 30cm above the ground and together with other extensions, outbuildings etc, the decking or platforms cover no more than 50 per cent of the garden area. (Taken from Government Planning Portal Website)
Please contact us to discuss your decking requirements or if you would like to arrange a free consultation.
Call Us 0208 679 3000.