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New trends in architecture and construction

Architecture and commercial construction has always changed over the years and now more rapidly than ever. New technologies have brought in revolutionary new materials as well as new designs and layouts which are becoming ever more popular. The way we think about designing our buildings is always evolving.

In recent years open plan living has become popular and there are no signs of this trend slowing down. In fact, research has shown that this trend will be further integrated into th... Read More

Removing scuff marks from composite decking

They've done it again. Teckwood have, after substantial research and development, come up with a solution for getting rid of those small furniture scratches that inevitably happen when dragging metal legged furniture across decking.

Teckwood’s Filler Sticks are perfect for scratches, gouges, damages and other minor imperfections in composite decking. They come in carefully selected colour tones , can be used without heat and do not expand and fall out in hot weather.

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Living Outdoors is the new Indoors

It used to be something that only the few could dream of but as prices become more affordable the trend is to live outdoors. A well designed decked area can easily provide that perfect space for eating, entertaining and chilling out. Teckwood’s composite decking makes your decking an extension of your indoor space, bringing the indoors outdoors.

By adding a hot tub, concealed lighting, kitchens, or even patio heaters they create a space that is popular all year round and pays di... Read More

Using timber cladding effectively?

Teckwood’s wood plastic composite cladding has become a popular material with architects, designers and contractors. It creates an economic, sustainable, attractive and functional building that drives innovation to a new level in eco friendly building products.

Before using composite cladding it is important to understand the opportunities with such an innovative material and how you can use it effectively.

Composite cladding is a very useful material, it is easy to cut ... Read More

Environmentally sustainable cladding and decking

Teckwood have reacted to the growing public concern for environmentally sustainable building materials.

In addition to making wood plastic composite cladding and decking products that offer natural beauty and are extremely durable, Teckwood have made significant investment into sustainable practices and cutting edge processes that start with the sourcing of raw materials and delivering products that last long past their warranties.

Today’s eco-friendly composite cladding... Read More

Use of composite cladding

Teckwood’s fire rated wood plastic composite cladding has become a popular material with architects, designers and contractors. It creates an economic, sustainable, attractive and functional building that drives innovation to a new level in eco friendly building products.

Before using composite cladding it is important to understand the opportunities of such an innovative material and how you can use it effectively.

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Fire Rated Cladding and Luxury Vinyl Composite flooring.

Protecting your home against the threat of fire is one of the most critical elements of any construction or refurbishment project.

Teckwood wood plastic composite cladding has been rigorously tested by SGS the world’s leading inspection, verification and testing and Certification Company. The cladding is has a Fire Classification to B-s2,d0 and was tested in accordance with En13501–1: 2007+ A1:2009. Providing a high degree of combustibility protection on any building.

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Composite Cladding brings warmth and texture to the exterior of a home.

Teckwood’s European Blass B Fire Rated Composite Cladding brings warmth and texture to the exterior of a home.  A versatile material available in four stunning colours you can make it stand out from its surroundings.

Unsurprisingly the new trend is to use it in a slightly different way. Traditionally cladding has been used horizontally but increasingly we are seeing buildings clad with composite vertically or even to generate interesting textures adding ... Read More

How does composite work?

Teckwood’s wood plastic composite cladding and decking has increased in popularity in recent years, but how does it compare to traditional timber cladding and decking?

Introduced as a viable alternative to timber, composite cladding and decking can help to reduce or even eliminate the typical maintenance issues associated with traditional timber.

Expertly extruded from a mixture of recycled plastics and FSC c... Read More

Most popular composite cladding finish for your home

Teckwood’s wood plastic composite cladding is one of the most popular finishes in self-build projects at the moment. The European Class B fire rated claddings sleek sections compliment the exterior envelope of the building adding a soft natural touch that completely transforms the building. It is amazing how composite cladding changes the exterior so dramatically. Turning an otherwise cold structure into a warm and inviting contemporary building that looks and feels like home.

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