Teckwood are supplier of high quality composite decking, cladding, balustrade and fencing to discerning customers throughout the UK. Eco friendly, water resistant, low maintenance and fire rated wood plastic composites designed to look and feel like real wood.
If you want to construct a base for your composite decking that will last as long as the decking look no further than Teckwood’s composite joist. Available with or without steel reinforcement it’s the ideal solution. The standard 50 x 50mm composite joist is perfect when sitting the supporting structure of your composite decking on
There is so much said about composite decking that the guys at Teckwood thought that an overview would be really useful. At the end of the day Teckwood finds that most people make their final decision based on how important it is to them that they choose a product that is completely natural versus a
Croxley Park is billed as more than just a great place to do business. It is an impressive headquarters for international companies and combines the perfect work like balance. Close to the M25 and the London Underground and Overground network the developments unique amenities ensure that Croxley Park is more than just a place to
Ask anyone who has a deck and they will be quick to tell you how much their life changed when they introduced such a versatile inside, outside space to their home. More and more people are spending more and more time outdoors – yes, even in the UK, where the weather is not exactly great.
What building regulations do I have to comply with when constructing a composite decking? The key points for constructing steps are that the riser plus the going (2R+G) should be between 550 and 700mm. Handrails should be provided to at least one side if the stairs is less than 1 metre wide. For stairs wider
What building regulations do I have to comply with when constructing a composite decking? Before carrying out any construction work Teckwood recommend that you speak to your local building officer to clarify what rules and regulations need to be adhered to. This also includes your composite decking. It may feel a little daunting before the
Did you know that the word terrace comes from the Latin word for “earth”, meaning a structure that is built or raised up from the earth. Over the years, terraces have undergone significant transformations, with the term becoming synonymous with any type of structure that links the outdoors with the space within. Today, terraces are
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
The now well established idea of the back garden patio conjures up images of idyllic afternoons napping in a hammock or festive get-togethers around the BBQ with ice cold beer. But maintaining that elevated expanse of timber is a one of life’s chores. All the scrubbing, bleaching, sanding and staining that wood requires, not to
Sitting on my parents decking watching the sun go down is one of my favourite memories of summer, but I also have my fair share of bad memories. Their decking is quite traditional and made of wood and I remember spending an entire weekend using a jet wash to clean the decking and the following