TimberTech: Unique Garden Decking Without the Hassle

TimberTech UK offers a new kind of garden decking. The composite deck is maintenance free, does not rot, warp or splinter and can be used for gardens, swimming pools, balconies, etc.
TimberTech Garden Decking
TimberTech Garden Decking
March 12, 2010 - PRLog -- For a unique decking feature, with no tedious maintenance or unsightly mould, moss or mildew, forget standard timber and choose new TimberTech!

Made from a special blend of recycled American hardwood and polymer, TimberTech is the perfect decking material, for those with beautiful gardens and busy lives. Not only is it stylish and easy to install, it requires nothing more than an annual jet wash to keep it looking as good as new.

This amazing decking doesn’t split, rot, crack, warp or splinter, even when used around pools and hot-tubs because TimberTech is resistant to sun and water damage. It even includes an anti-slip finish, so it’s much safer when wet, than traditional wood decking.
TimberTech is ideal for creating multi level surfaces and features as it is available in a range of colours and finishes  - including ‘Earthwood’ an authentic tropical hardwood alternative. You can even choose from a collection of railings and balusters to complete the overall look and safety of the decking.

TimberTech is installed using the patented Concealoc  system, which leaves no visible screws, and In fact TimberTech is so confident in its product that it comes complete with a 25 year warranty.

TimberTech is scientifically proven to outperform timber and all other composite products currently available.

For more details visit http://www.timbertechuk.co.uk, email info@timbertechuk.co.uk or call 0121 745 6205
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Phone:029 2070 5113
Zip:CF64 2AA
Tags:Garden Decking, Decking, Composite Decking, Plastic Decking, Timber Decking
Industry:Garden, Gardening
Location:Penarth - South Glamorgan - Wales
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