URBAN Skirting Trims have been specially designed for use with our URBAN Composite Deck Boards to provide a seamless finish to your deck. The trims have been formulated to withstand intense wear, making them ideal for both residential and commercial applications where there is an excessive footfall. Tough and long-lasting, our resilient decking is perfectly placed in hotels, bars and restaurants as well as outside any home.
This attractive decking range is available in three shades – Jura (Brown), Arran (Dark Brown) and Mull (Grey) – complementing an array of colour schemes. Named after three hardy Scottish islands to reflect the strength and beauty of the products whilst also giving a subtle salute to the BSW Timber Groups proud Scottish heritage. Struggling to decide which colour to go for? You'll be pleased to know we can provide samples free-of-charge! Please contact us on 01376 503869 to find out more, or order a free sample box online.
Its embossed woodgrain surface ensures a barefoot-friendly finish for those warm summer evenings and its stain- and UV-resistance means that the colour will not fade over time. This means we can proudly offer a 20-year manufacturer's warranty!
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What is composite decking?
Composite decking combines wood fibre and plastic to form a deck that is denser, stronger and heavier than wood alone. Made from 95% recycled materials, our URBAN range is environmentally friendly and long-lasting.
How do you maintain a composite deck?
Composite decking is easy to maintain. Simply use warm soapy water and a soft bristled brush to remove general dirt, debris and any spillages of oil, grease, food or drink.
Is composite decking better than wood?
Composite decking offers greater durability and less maintenance than wooden decking. Our URBAN deck boards combine this durability with a natural wood grain finish on one side with narrowly spaced grooves on the other. It simply is the best of both worlds!
How much is composite decking vs wood?
Wooden decking is generally cheaper than composite decking, however, composite decking will stand the test of time being UV-stabilised, strong and long-lasting.
Is composite decking worth the money?
Yes. Composite decking has the attractive appearance of natural wood, however, is easier to clean, simple to clean with a simple brush down and longer lasting. URBAN comes with a 20-year manufacturer’s warranty for added peace of mind.
Is composite decking slippery when wet?
Our composite decking feature a textured, barefoot-friendly finish that provides traction, making them slip-resistant.