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TOUGH RECYCLED DECKING JOISTS ARE IDEAL FOR WET AREAS

The decking joists, made of our 100% recycled plastic “timber”, is completely impervious to water. Therefore it is an ideal choice for supporting decking in wetlands, boardwalks, dipping platforms, fishing platforms, jetties and other difficult and wet areas like roof top terraces.

Advantages of our Subframe decking joists include:

  • Easy to install
  • Meets eco-requirements of build specifications
  • Better than a timber sub-frame – will not rot when wet, no twisting, warping, knots or splintering.
  • Works perfectly with Balcony Systems Composite Decking
  • Durable and everlasting
  • Made from 100% Recycled plastic waste and can be re-recycled
  • Available in a range of profiles and colours

MORE DETAILS OF OUR DECKING SUPPORTS

Our plastic subframe timber boards measure 125x50x3000mm. The decking joists are composed of a poly-olefin combination that is UV stabilized and eco-friendly because it won’t leach chemicals or tannins.

EVERLASTING DECKING SUPPORTS

Once installed, the subframe is completely maintenance free (providing the correct screws were used) and no amount of water, mold, bacteria or elements will break down this rugged material. Wood generally needs replacing every 7 years in our damp climate. Close to water, the estimated number of years can be decreased, which will greatly increase the costs. 

Since the installation costs of decking joists is about the same as that of lumber, maybe less as it is faster to use, the investment in everlasting decking joists is obviously a good one.

Most people build subframes out of timber. When installing our composite decking, the decking material will need removing every few years to replace or repair the wooden decking supports underneath. Therefore, we highly recommend going to the extra but reasonable expense of using our recycled plastic decking supports in order to construct a more stable, safe and economical deck.

For more information on your state-of-the-art decking supports, please call our technical team at 01342 410411.

 

 
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