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Classic Decking Board

Our Classic range of composite decking has been designed to produce a stunning outdoor space at an affordable price.

The Classic decking boards are reversible with narrow spaced grooves on one side and a flat wood grain effect surface on the other.

Manufactured from 60% recycled hard wood fibres and a 40% combination of recycled polyethylene, bonding agent, additives and colouring. The boards are hard waring, easy to clean and require very little maintenance. Also, fully UV protected to shield them from the elements meaning this product will look great year after year.

Available in four striking colours – Teak, Coffee, Light Grey, Antique and Dark Grey.

Decking board measurement — 146mm x 25mm x 3600mm

Slip Resistance Certificates

Surface Performance logo

Grooved Side Certificate
Wood Grain Side Certificate

FAQ

Can I put screws through the Classic boards?

We do not recommend puncturing the boards with screws as this will affect the structural integrity of the boards and void its warranty.

The exception to this is when fitting the final board in a run of decking where fitting requires a screw being fitted through the side of the board at an angle to fix it in place.

What clips do I need to fit the Classic boards?

The classic clips are used to fit the classic boards, we recommend 100 clips for every 10 boards you order.

You will also need starter clips to fit the first line of decking boards; the amount will vary depending on your design but usually 1 pack of 50 starter clips should be enough to cover areas up to 60m2.

What are the recommended joist spacing for the classic boards?

The maximum allowed joist spacing for the classic boards is 400mm from centre to centre, however to make sure you have a solid deck we recommend joist spacings of 350mm centre to centre.

What expansion gap should I leave at the end of the Classic boards?

There are a few factors to consider when leaving an expansion gap:

  • The ambient temperature
    It is safer to leave a 10mm expansion gap between boards when laying them in average temperatures.We do not recommend laying the deck in extremely high (>20°C) or low (<5°C) temperatures as this could result in the boards not having adequate expansions gaps during average temperatures.
  • What you are butting the board up against
    When butting the boards up against a surface that will not expand, it is fine to leave a 5mm expansion gap (dependent on the ambient temperature as mentioned above).

    When butting boards up against each other (end to end) it is important to leave a larger 10mm expansion gap. This allows adequate space for both boards to be able to expand when the temperature rises.

    Failure to leave enough of an expansion gap can result in warping or splitting of the decking boards.

Which side up should I lay my classic decking boards?

The classic boards can be laid either way up, however the recommended laying side is the ‘grooved’ side, Please note: the ‘printed wood grain’ finish (the darker wood grain pattern) is not covered by the board’s 15 year warranty and may wear off on areas of high foot-traffic.

What should I use to cut the Classic boards?

We recommend using a sliding electric mitre saw circular saw with a minimum of a 40 tooth alternate top bevel finish blade.

Additional information

Board Size

146mm x 25mm x 3600mm

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