Composite Decking Fitting Service Stirling

Composite Decking Fitting Service
Composite Decking Fitting Service

Composite Decking Fitting Service Stirling

We have vast experience in fitting external landscaping work. The wet climate in Scotland is not suitable for timber decking so most of our customers now go for composite decking. It is more expensive – but it does not get slippy and needs no maintainance. It’s appeal is its durability and longevity. Our decking is engineered to last for years to come, so you can spend more time enjoying your outdoor space and less time worrying about maintenance and repairs. 

Hillhead Joiners: Composite Decking Fitting Service Stirling

Composite Decking Fitting Service Stirling

Suitable for home builds and larger projects. Join the growing number of satisfied customers who have chosen our composite decking for their outdoor space. Our composite decking is installed in thousands of homes across the UK and used by some of the countries leading developers.

It is also the sustainable choice as you purchase can make a positive impact on the environment. Our decking consists of 90% recycled materials and is produced using 100% renewable energy.

See more information on our fencing and decking section.


Composite Decking Fitting Stirling: Fitting Guide

Installing a deck takes place in three stages: Constructing the Subframe, Laying the Decking, Edging and Finishing.

Constructing the joists/subframe

Your deck requires a substructure or subframe to provide support for the boards. With your subframe levelled and stable, you can start installing your composite decking boards. It’s vital you install the correct substructure layout.

Laying the decking boards

We highly recommend using a hidden fastener system to install your decking. The two main advantages of this system are:

  • The deck is not drilled into directly – avoiding damage to the boards and ensuring longevity.
  • A pristine finish due to the screws being hidden. Jump to our or to read through later.


Edging and finishing your deck

There are a variety of finishing boards that can be implemented to neaten up your deck. They are used to hide the substructure and provide crisp looking edges. If you are installing edge boards, it is recommended to install the trim before installing the deck boards.

Hillhead Joiners Stirling: composite decking fitting Stirling. We cover Stirling, Dunblane, Bridge of Allan, Causewayhead, Riverside, Cornton, Kippen, Gargunnock, Balfron, Larbert, Falkirk, Stenhousemuir, Denny, Dunipace and all of Central Scotland. Here is a Google map of Stirling to show you which areas we cover. See also our composite fence panels, Wooden pergola ideas and composite door suppliers and fitters Stirling pages.  

Hillhead Joiners: Composite Decking Fitting Service Stirling


Hillhead Joiners Stirling

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