Fiberdeck Decking Vintage Wenge 210 x 23mm
- 4-sided co-extruded decking board
- one side aged and one side smooth
- Reversible profile: 2 useful sides
- 3 multi-chromatic old wood colours
- 360° co-extruded protection
- 20-year warranty against stains and fading
- fitted with Cobra® Hybrid removable invisible fastener
- boards Pre-Grooved to accept Cobra Fixings
The solid composite VINTAGE decking board successfully imitates the surface of an aged decking board. The surface pores, the wood grain and the wood grain pattern are reproduced with an inimitable texture that is very close to the real thing.
The colours Wengé, Graphite and Lunar Grey are also very well reproduced with a range of shades from exotic smoky rosewood to wood faded due to by the sun's UV rays. The warm colours, ranging from silver to bronze with varying degrees of gradation, give the decking a warm character. VINTAGE composite decking provides a feeling of warmth due to its texture of wood aged over the years and with cracks and fissures. It retains all the advantages of wood composite in terms of low maintenance, but above all it maintains its intense colours over time.
Face Screwing: The traditional method. Simply screw through the face of the board into your sub-frame, plugging the hole if required. We recommend 400mm centre to centre joist spacing.
Deckwise Hidden Fastenings: allow you to lay your hardwood decking boards without the need for unsightly face screws. Each Deckwise clip screws into your sub-frame and then slots into the side of adjoining boards. Deckwise Clips automatically provide the 4mm spacing.
We can pre-groove your decking boards for use with Deckwise or you have the option of using a biscuit jointer on site.
We recommend installing your decking boards with the hardwood decking wrench. This is a self-locking deck board straightening tool that can be used to hold bent boards straight whilst fasteners are installed.
We also offer a hire service.
Simply screw through the face of the board into your sub-frame. Always Pilot Drill before fitting screws and drill 2mm oversize holes to allow for some expansion.
We recommend 4mm gaps between the boards (for tropical hardwoods) and 6mm gaps between the oak and softwood decking boards.
We recommend 400mm centre to centre joist spacing. Each hole can be plugged. We do not recommend that Hidden Fastening systems are used with oak decking.
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