DECKING

softwood decking
TIMBER DECKING

Melingoed supply all you need to construct a quality decking area in your garden. Use softwood or hardwood timber boards for a more traditional look or perhaps a more modern finish using composite decking. Decking can provide wonderful landscaping options, ground-level or a multi-layered the designs are endless.

Our timber decking is made from slow-grown, kiln-dried boards making it less likely to split or twist. The deck board can be grooved or ribbed side uppermost. Having a proud profile can marginally improve grip characteristics.

An exciting range of composite decking will transform your outside living space.  Composite boards are hard wearing and there is no need to stain, seal or sand it.

We can also supply slip resistant decking to order. Slip resistant decking boards have enhanced grip properties. They are ideal for slip sensitive areas on domestic decks such as steps and high footfall areas.

raised decking & timber frame
decking & handrail
TIMBER DECKING – ACCESSORIES
  • Deck Handrail & Spindles
  • Deck Posts & Caps
  • Deck Stair Stringers
  • Deck Screws
  • Decking Stain & Oil

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TIMBER DECKING – DESIGN THOUGHTS

Decking can be constructed at different heights and levels, following the shape of your garden. For sloped or uneven surfaces, raised or multi-level decking is a good option. A tall timber frame allows the decking to become a first floor patio and you could use the space underneath your decking as garden storage !

A flat garden surface suggests ground level decking. Try integrating both raised and ground level decking to create an eye-catching outdoor living space.

Rectangular or square-shaped decks are traditional and create clean, angular lines in your garden landscape. Whilst straight-edged deck is also easier to construct, curved edges can help to create a softer finish and may be a better fit for your space.