WPC Composite Decking is strong durable and inexpensive, very low maintenance and a superior alternative to timber decking. Our WPC decking is made from 50% hardwood fibres, 40% recycled polyethene and a 10% mix of bonding agents and additives. Our wpc decking is manufactured to be stronger than traditional wood options as the wood is reinforced by the bonding agent. recyclable and eco friendly and low carbon , Our boards stand the test of time as they are weatherproof – mildew proof and will stand the test of time . WPC Decking will withstand temperature fluctuations and moisture and is non cracking like wood.
Looking for a WPC Decking Distributor?
If you’re looking for high-quality WPC decking options, then you need to find a distributor to provide you with the best products today.
Seven Trust offers some of the most comprehensive ranges of superior quality building products in the China. We offer quick delivery times and keep thousands of items in stock so that we can get them to our customers fast.
The popularity of WPC decking is growing and with a superior range like Seven Trust, the benefits of composite materials are becoming more common knowledge.
Are there any disadvantages to composite decking?
High initial cost
WPC decking is more expensive to purchase initially than wood but when considering long-term use, the overall cost allows to user to get a good return on their investment.
Flammability Tests for Composite Decks
The California Forest Products Laboratory tested the flammability of a number of wood, plastic and composite deck-building materials in 2002. The tests found that solid products such as redwood decking performed best. Several plastic-wood composites displayed runaway combustion and flaming debris, though Trex was one of the composite products that performed well. Firefighters in Flagstaff, Ariz., conducted an informal test for ignition, and found that out of four composite decks that had surface fires lit under them, the WPC deck was the most difficult to ignite.