What’s The Split Between Wood And Plastic?

While timber forms the majority of the material within our wood plastic decking; recycled plastic and performance enhancing additives make up the rest. These work hand-in-hand to enhance our products, ensuring we offer both authenticity and performance in equal measure.

ECO friendly Deck

Our Decking is an ECO friendly choice for your garden or commercial property, as they are made of non-toxic and 100% recyclable materials. This is the new generation of outdoor materials. Our WPC Decking comes in 3 colours, Light Grey, Dark Grey & Coffee.

For finishing

There must be a gap at the joint between two corner covers, calculated based on the expansion rate 0.3- 0.5% of the length.
The distance between the fixing screws has to be maximum 300mm.
When fitting the matching angle trim, you can use STORMfix, a one-part solvent-free hybrid adhesive with a very high initial grab and no-slip properties.

About Our Decking Products

Our Deck Boards are designed to be simple to put together and do not require specialist tools. Our Seven Trust decking uses T clips and stainless-steel screws to allow the boards to expand and contract with varying weather conditions.

Our Seven Trust decking calculator can help you work out how much material you will need to complete your project. We believe in minimising wastage and are committed to delivering a high-quality product. You can also order samples of our Decking in all eight colours.

What Is Wood Plastic Composite WPC Decking Made Of?

Seven Trust’s wood plastic composite decking (WPC decking) is, as the name suggests – formed of a combination of recycled plastic and wood fibres. The two main materials in our products, they work together and result in high performing products, w...

The Traditional Wood Plastic Composite Deck Board

Our traditional WPC decking is regarded as the original, or phase 1 enhancement of timber alternatives. The blend of plastic and timber equips the products with a low water absorption rate and in turn, makes it hardier than timber. Just because it...