Composite decking is a high quality and durable decking and a strong alternative to traditional timber.
The high-strength material used to manufacture our Composite Decking Boards is a wood-plastic mix, comprising of 60% recycled hardwood fibres and 40% recycled plastics. This makes our Boards rot, warp and splinter resistant, whilst being environmentally-friendly and long-lasting.
Favoured for being easy-to-install with low-maintenance properties, Cladco Composite Decking Boards are available in a range of eight attractive colours and in either Original or Woodgrain finishes. The Original finish features narrow-grooves for low-slip benefits and a safer walking surface.
To help you learn more about composite decking take a look at the following articles from our blog:
For decking board installation advice see our Composite Decking Installation Guide.
In addition, the following blog posts should help to get the creative juices flowing:
- 2.4m Hollow Domestic Grade Composite Decking BoardFrom £12.67
- Popular Product4m Hollow Domestic Grade Composite Decking BoardFrom £21.12
- 2.4m Solid Commercial Grade Composite Decking BoardFrom £20.16
- 4m Solid Commercial Grade Composite Decking BoardFrom £33.60
- 4m Solid Commercial Grade Bullnose Composite Decking BoardFrom £43.20
- 2.4m Woodgrain Effect Hollow Domestic Grade Composite Decking BoardFrom £14.97
- Best Seller4m Woodgrain Effect Hollow Domestic Grade Composite Decking BoardFrom £24.96
- Woodgrain Effect Composite Decking Tile, Large (600mm x 600mm)From £18.00
- 4m Composite Joists/Batten£10.80
- 4m Structural Composite 100x50mm Joist£40.00
- Composite Decking Sample PackFREE
- Woodgrain Composite Decking Sample PackFREE
Compare Composite Decking
|Colour||Stone Grey, Charcoal, Coffee, Olive Green, Teak, Light Grey, Ivory, Redwood||Stone Grey, Charcoal, Coffee, Olive Green, Teak, Light Grey, Ivory, Redwood||Stone Grey, Charcoal, Coffee, Olive Green, Teak, Light Grey, Ivory, Redwood||Stone Grey, Charcoal, Coffee, Olive Green, Teak, Light Grey, Ivory, Redwood||Stone Grey, Charcoal, Coffee, Teak|
|Finish||Narrow grooves||Woodgrain effect||Narrow grooves||Narrow grooves||Woodgrain effect|
|Length||2.4m and 4m||2.4m and 4m||2.4m and 4m||4m||600mm square|
|FSC® Certified||Available||Available||Available||Available||Not available|
|Guarantee||10 Years||10 Years||10 Years||10 Years||None|
Our Composite Decking Boards are manufactured from 60% FSC® Certified* recycled hardwood fibres and 40% high-grade recycled plastic, making them an environmentally-friendly product that is guaranteed for ten years. Boards are durable, hard-wearing and low-maintenance - meaning there is no need to sand, varnish or paint your decking year in, year out as the seasons change. *If you require FSC® Certified products, please ask for these when placing your order.
Available in both 2.4 and 4 metre lengths, Cladco Composite Decking Boards can be cut to size using standard woodworking tools to suit your project needs. For domestic applications, choose our Hollow Domestic Grade Boards or for areas with higher footfall and large loads, our Commercial Grade Boards are best suited. You may wish to complement your decking boards with Composite Cladding or Composite Fencing in the same colour.
Is composite decking worth the money?
Yes, Cladco Composite Decking is long-lasting, low-maintenance and guaranteed for 10 years. Your investment will save you time and money in the long run.
Does composite decking get slippery?
Cladco Original Composite Decking is low slip when in stalled narrow groove side up, which provides a robust, gripped surface in comparison to timber decking. Take a look at our cold weather decking advice for more ways to make your deck low-slip during the winter months.
Which composite decking board is cheapest?
Our 2.4m Hollow Domestic Grade Composite Decking Boards are the cheapest in our Composite Decking range, starting from £15.84 per board. Our blog post on UK Composite Decking Prices can help to provide more information.
Which composite decking board is best?
Our Solid Commercial Grade Composite Decking Boards are our best Composite Boards providing greater strength and sound absorption and suited to decks designed for commercial use or subjected to heavier, larger loads. Our Composite Decking Brand Comparison article also helps to explain 'which composite decking is best'.
Is composite decking better than Trex?
Our Composite Decking range is available as both Solid and Hollow five-hole honeycomb structure boards, which, when compared to Trex’s 'Enhance' range are stronger, more durable and lightweight. Our sample packs are FREE in comparison to Trex. See our Trex Vs Cladco Composite Decking post to help further with this.
What's the difference between timber decking and composite decking?
The material composition of Composite Decking Boards make them longer-lasting, lower-maintenance and lower-slip compared to traditional timber decking. Check out our Composite vs Wood Decking blog post for more info.
Is composite decking cheaper than timber decking?
Board for board, composite decking is more expensive than timber decking. This is because of the vast array of benefits that composite decking has over timber decking. In the long run, composite decking works out to be cheaper than timber, as it does not require regular sanding, painting, varnishing or replacing.