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Composite decking are underused despite their growing popularity because they are misunderstood. Let us open your eyes to a world of design opportunities…
“My garden is my most beautiful masterpiece”– Claude Monet
Having a garden can be a lot of upkeep and take so much time, and yet more and more people are gardening today and spending our on their little piece of nature right at home. Gardening, from research finding it makes gardener live longer to Millenials picking it up as a way to be eco-friendlier, has become quite the hobby. Now the big question is how can you make it yours?
If you ask Cambridge Dictionary, a garden is “a piece of land next to and belonging to a house, where flowers and other plants are grown, and often containing an area of grass”. And it is in that piece of land that you can truly let your creativity run free and truly make that space yours. Now for us, the garden is the extension of the house, it’s the space where you can take in a bit of sunshine while still being in the comfort of your home. As such decking becomes one of our top choices to arrange a little outside living space and path into our garden. Composite decking, being made of recycled wood fibres, recycled plastic, and bonding agents, is the answer to the two most asked question when starting a garden: how to make it comfortable and how to make it eco-friendly. Decks made with composite decking feel and look like wood boards, and yet they have so many more advantages than wood decking does.