- 13/07/2020 - Everyone at iWood would like to thank you for your continued support during the pandemic.
As more of our customers have started coming back to work we have seen an influx of orders. As such we are currently working to a lead time of 14-28 working days (some products have longer lead times as described in their individual descriptions). We are still following government guidelines to keep our staff and customers safe.
Get Ready for Summer with our Garden Decking
Summer will soon be with us in 2019 so if your looking to upgrade your garden with a decking area, or replace the decking you already have, look at what we have on offer. We supply garden decking in a range of timbers including:
- European Oak
- Siberian Larch
Our decking is high in quality and durability meaning that you will get the most out of your decking whilst using it throughout the year. The timbers we supply for garden decking are all great for outdoor use so as long as they are treated properly they should last for a long time.
As with the majority of our other products, garden decking, is supplied untreated so you need to apply your own. The most popular treatment is Osmo 420 because it is a clear UV protector which help to slow down the loss of colour in the wood and seals it to help protect against water movement.
Our decking is expertly machined to profile and is ready to lay once you have treated it. (We recommend treating before laying it so that you can cover the end grains too).
Fitting Garden Decking
Whenever you are fitting any of our external products like decking and cladding you should always seek help and advice from an experienced professional. The fitting information on our website is supplied as a loose guideline on working with timber and should be taken into account over a professional’s opinion.
When laying the decking it is important that you only use stainless steel screws, other screws will corrode and stain the timber which is something you will want to avoid. Garden Decking isn’t supplied tongue and groove and should have gaps either side of the boards (when purchasing your decking we ask for what gap you want to leave between your boards so that we can work out the quantity of wood you need to cover your area) and the ends butt together.
Start by building the frame for the decking to sit on, then start applying your decking on top. You can see a helpful guide on youtube for fitting garden decking by Peacock Landscapes.
Do you have any Decking on Offer?
Yes we do have some Siberian Larch decking on offer. For more information on this pack please call us and ask about it. Alternatively you can talk to us on our online chat at the bottom right of your screen.