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Are there any colour variations between Cladco Composite Decking Board Lengths?

Cladco 2.4m and 4m Composite Decking Boards are coloured as separate batches, which could result in slight differences in shading and coverage. Colour Variations can occur in Composite Decking Boards due to the Board's natural elements. We recommend...

What are the differences between Hollow and Solid Composite Decking Boards?

Both Cladco Composite Hollow and Solid Decking Boards benefit from low-maintenance, low-slip and UV and insect-resistant properties. However, Solid Decking Boards are made of solid material and can be used for high footfall areas and offer better sound...

Are Cladco Composite Decking Boards Hollow?

Cladco Composite Decking is available in either Hollow or Solid core. Hollow Composite Decking Boards are made with a unique 5-hole honeycomb structure for increased strength and durability. Hollow Decking Boards are available in both Woodgrain and Original...

Will Composite Decking Boards fade over time?

Cladco Composite Decking Boards have UV-resistant properties. However, like anything left outside, Cladco Composite Decking may fade over time, although this should only give the Boards an attractive weathered look. Find out more about Cladco Composite...

Why is Composite Decking more expensive than treated wood timber?

Composite Decking can be more expensive than traditional timber due to the higher cost of materials sourcing and manufacturing costs. As well as the additional additives, which gives the Boards their range of beneficial properties. Find out more about...

Can I cut Composite Decking?

Yes, Composite Decking Boards can easily be cut using traditional wood cutting saws and tools. If cutting Boards to size, be sure to install the Boards directly after cutting. Please reference to HSE for further health and safety guidelines.

How many Composite Decking Boards do I need for my garden?

Calculate how many Decking Boards, Trims and Fixings you may need for your garden with the easy to use Cladco Decking Calculator here.

Will Premium PVC Decking expand and contract?

Cladco Premium PVC Decking Boards have a low absorption rate of water, thanks to the PVC interior and exterior ASA Resin. The low-absorption rate and the man-made interior properties of PVC Decking means the Boards should not expand or contract. Find...

What is the best Decking to use around Swimming Pools?

Cladco Capstock Premium PVC Decking Board is suitable for poolside installations. The PVC Boards are made with a polyethene interior encased in durable ASA resin. Giving them a range of beneficial properties including low-slip, low-absorption features...

Do you offer Fencing?

Yes, we have a range of eight colours in our3.6m Composite Fencing Panels. Composite Fencing Panels come with similar properties to our Composite Wall Cladding and Decking Range. Cladco Composite Fencing Posts and End Caps are also available to match...

Do Cladco Composite Boards fade?

Cladco Composite Boards and products are manufactured with UV-resistant properties, helping to prevent your Boards from fading. However, like anything in the sun 24/7, it is subject to fading, but this should only give the Board an attractive weather...

Why do Composite Decking Boards have grooves?

For sufficient water run-off, our Original Composite Decking Boards features both wide-spaced and narrow-spaced grooves. In heavy rain, water runs into the grooves and flows off the boards, as opposed to sitting on the surface. Low-slip benefits only...

Can PVC Decking Boards become slippery when wet?

Cladco Premium PVC Decking Boards, are made from man-made materials, the absence of natural wood, within the Boards, means they should not absorb moisture, which could make the Boards slippery. Cladco Premium PVC Decking Boards have a textured woodgrain...

Can Fibre Cement Wall Cladding Boards be cut?

Yes, Cladco Fibre Cement Wall Cladding Boards can be cut. When cutting fine dust is released into the atmosphere - the mineral itself is harmless, however dangerous if inhaled and will constitute a health hazard. A Level P3 Respiratory Protective Mask...

Are Composite Decking Boards pressure treated?

As opposed to traditional timber decking, Composite Decking does not need to be pressure-treated to protect it from weathering. Comprising of 60% FSC Certified recycled hardwood fibres and 40% recycled plastics, Composite Decking is resistant by nature...

What are Composite Wall Cladding Flashings and Trims?

Flashings and Trims are used to seal the edges and corners of a building, ensuring no water can penetrate the Cladding and potentially cause issues between the walls of the home and the Boards. Cladco Composite Wall Cladding Flashings and Trims include...

Does Composite Decking need to be painted or stained?

Cladco Composite Decking Boards do not require any additional painting, staining or sanding. The low-maintenance properties of the Boards mean that they should only need the occasional clean. Cladco Decking Maintenance Guide can be found here.  ...

What sizes do Cladco Composite Wall Cladding Boards come in?

Cladco Composite Wall Cladding Boards are available in 3.6m lengths. Each 3.6m length can cover 0.45sqm.   Specifications: Board Width: 157mmBoard Thickness: 20mmEach board weighs approximately 6.95kg   See the online Cladding calculator...

What is the difference between Fibre Cement Wall Cladding and Composite Wall Cladding?

Fibre Cement and Composite Wall Cladding have many differences. They are made of a different material, come in different colours, are installed differently and are available in slightly different lengths and widths. Fibre Cement Wall Cladding Boards ...

Can I order a sample from you?

Samples can be ordered for all products, please see our website here. 

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