GardenDecking had a huge revival back in the late 1990s and early 2000s thanks to TVshows such as Garden Force and since then it has become a staple of the Englishgarden; acting as the hub for social gatherings and family BBQs.
Itmight seem like a very simple upgrade to make to your garden, but if you arelooking to give your garden a new lease of life with a timber decking, then youwill quickly realise that there is a huge array of choices and options outthere. This can make things a little tough when choosing what materials to optfor however typically there are three main choices; Softwood, Hardwood orComposite.
Eachchoice has their pros and cons, but we believe that there very littlesubstitute for a traditional wooden decking. That is why we believe ourtraditional softwood Siberian Larch timber decking is the perfect option fortransforming your garden. The moderately durable timber is better known asRussian Larch and is commonly used in a wide range of outdoor products.
Grownin the colder regions of Siberia and Mongolia, the wood is perfect for outdooruse and can be stained and painted to provide you with the exact look that youare dreaming of. Without painting it, the Siberian Larch will turn a naturalsilver colour as part of the weathering process – this is perfectly fine as thewood does not need to be treated in order to remain working in prime condition.
Whatmakes the Siberian Larch Decking so popular is not only its durable performancebut also its budget-friendly costs. You can either leave it natural or oil,paint or stain it as needed to create the ultimate garden decking. Alongsidethat, it is very easy to maintain and a simple jet wash will help keep yourdecking clean and ready to use all year round.
Wehave a full range of decking, and cladding, available in all sizes and costs socheck out the full range here.