It’s that time of year when we’re all starting to look more towards summer than back to the festive season. The last few Celebrations or Miniature Heroes have finally been disposed of, you’ve toyed with the idea of heading outside without a coat (only to think better of it, and you’ve been constantly bombarded with internet adverts prompting you to jet off to sunnier climes for a week or two.
Here at Lewdeck, we’re obviously big fans of composite decking. We’re a family business and for us to put our name to it, we’ve really got to be 100 per cent behind a product. But what exactly is composite decking? Well, buckle up for a brief history of this cost effective and snazzy looking product.
For many years, having a green decking area was the last thing
After months of classic British summertime, somebody would take a lasting look at your much-neglected wooden decking sitting in the corner of your garden and remark that it looked ‘a little slimy’. So with a weary sigh, you’d get up from your favourite chair, fend off a child looking for you to head outside and play with them, and instead spend your time giving the deck a wash, restain and repaint.