Timber Decking

Garden decking is one of the most desirable improvements to a home’s exterior and at Ridgeons we have all the materials and tools you need to carry out a fantastic finish. With that said, why not visit us in-store? Hardwood decking in particular will create an amazing focal point in any... Read More

Garden decking is one of the most desirable improvements to a home’s exterior and at Ridgeons we have all the materials and tools you need to carry out a fantastic finish. With that said, why not visit us in-store?

Hardwood decking in particular will create an amazing focal point in any garden and instantly transforms the outdoor living space. Whether you lay decking professionally or are thinking about adding decking to your own garden, make sure Ridgeons is your first port of call.

Homeowners love decking and there are a range of fantastic benefits you sell when speaking to customers up and down the country. At Ridgeons we know how important decking is to create an aesthetically pleasing finish to any garden.

We’ve compiled a few of the great benefits for adding decking to your garden:

Low maintenance levels
Professionally laid decking should be fairly low maintenance and will certainly stand up to the harsh elements the UK is known for. In fact, it’ll likely only need a repaint every few years.

Add value to the property
There are plenty of methods for adding value to any home, but one of the most cost effective is with a well-fitted decking area. Research suggests decking offers a great return on investment and is likely to wow any potential buyers in the future.

Loads of great options
With decking there’s variety. Every home can enjoy a different shape for their decked area, created from differing wood types and finishes. Therefore, your customers should be able to find an option to suit their tastes perfectly. With some brilliant accessories to boot, everyone can have the decking of their dreams.

Environmentally friendly choices
Composite decking is regarded as being environmentally sound. The wood particles are often made from sawdust, wood chips or fibres, whilst the plastic components are typically recycled materials.