Many people wrongly assume that composite decking will not work in a sloped garden. Of course, if you are intending to lay the decking yourself, a sloped garden will be trickier than a flat garden. However, if you are ready to take on the challenge a raised Teckwood decking is a great option for you.
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So, what are the pros and cons of laying raised garden decking?
Pros: Raised composite decking can provide an attractive focal point for your garden. If you want to sit in your garden and enjoy the views, a raised deck is an ideal choice.
Cons: Raised decking is trickier to install. This means that the cost of a raised deck can sometimes be far greater than ground level decking. If you are new to D.I.Y. this won’t be a project that you can tackle on your own.
Ready to choose which garden decking suits you? – Check out our composite decking category page where you can find all the typs of garden decking that Teckwood has to offer.