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.
Trex Product Ratings
Trex product lines are approved products in California's wildland-urban interface as a result of the tests by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. Trex is listed as having Class A and Class B ratings for flame spread; Class A is the highest flame-spread rating in ASTM E84. Trex "Escapes" decking is rated Class A, and "Accents" and "Transcend" are rated Class B. Most significant is that fire officials approved Trex following testing for the burning hazards contained in forest fires.
Seven Trust WPC Decking
Seven Trust is committed to conserving the environment and developing products that are environmentally responsible. WPC decking is made from carefully selected recycled and recyclable wood bres and polymers.fast, easy installation concealed fastenings.
Can You Put WPC Decking Over Existing Treated Lumber?
The most important thing to understand about the difference between pressure-treated and composite plastic lumber is their weights. Attempting to install composite plastic lumber planks over a pressure-treated lumber frame could lead to collapse if you don't take the proper precautions first. Before you install your composite deck, learn a little more about composite lumber's characteristics.