Garden Decking and Boardwalk Design and Installation services Medway, Kent
Garden decking and boardwalks are still and have been for decades extremely popular in the USA, Canada and countries such as Sweden and Finland. Sometimes customers feel that perhaps decking has fallen out of fashion in the UK, however there are now many different types of materials available and as long as with any garden hard landscaping, it is maintained and cleaned correctly, a decking area can enhance and be part of any garden or commercial project. Non slip materials or composite decking products, can be used for shady areas, steps and the like with maintenance advice for the future never a problem even after we have installed it a few years beforehand. The key to a good solid decking platform is the correct sub base works, something where corners are often cut on, correctly installed it will last for years and provide a great outdoor space, perhaps sometimes allowing access to an inhospitable place never previously enjoyed. We have installed numerous decking and boardwalk platforms in domestic gardens, overhanging ponds, for commercial projects and through woodlands for public access.
A Natural Resource
Being a natural resource means that we have to be careful of the original source of timber, we only use timber merchants that purchase wood stamped with the FSC Logo, FSC's "tick tree logo is used on product labels to indicate whether products are certified under the FSC system. When you see the FSC logo on a label you can buy timber and other wood products, such as paper, with the confidence that you are not contributing to the destruction of the worlds forests. For more details about the FSC please visit their website. http://www.fsc-uk.org
Examples Of Our Work
- Future maintenance advice available
- Softwood and hardwood
- Raised platforms
- Safety and decorative ballustrading
- Composite Decking
- Planning permission advice
We would love to hear from you and discuss your project and how we can be of assistance...
Call Us On:
Unit 12a, Burnt House Farm,
Bedlam Lane, Smarden.