Why would I need to use deepflow instead of the standard half round gutter?
There are a few reasons you may wish to install deepflow gutter instead of half round gutter on a residential building. If the design of the roof, the sheer size and pitch of the roof or the environmental conditions in your neck of the woods means that there is likely an increased amount of rainfall, you may find that the standard half round guttering just cant drain the water quickly enough.
Deepflow gutter can flow nearly twice the rainwater than the standard half round. This may make all the difference when we get those freak super heavy showers! See the subtle difference between the two in sizes below, one is 77mm deep the other 52mm
If you’re looking to refurbish or freshen up your house or flat, it’s good to get a sense of the range of materials and fixtures that are on the market. Options you might find preferable.
Have you considered replacing your old wooden skirting boards with a plastic variety? There are some good reasons why you might.
A plastic skirting board is more durable than its wooden counterpart. It will withstand more buffeting from general wear and tear and therefore requires very little maintenance. You won’t have to paint and repaint as you would with wooden skirting boards. There is no sanding or priming required. Once installed, the cracks that can appear at the joints with wood and MDF skirting are something you won’t have to worry about with plastic. And when they become marked, all they need is a wipe down with a cloth to restore them to their former glory.
If plastic seems like a poor cousin to the wooden skirting in terms of appearance, think of the practical reasons why you might favour plastic over wood. Wooden and MDF skirting boards soak up moisture, are prone to rot and in time will need repairing or replacing. Hence certain rooms you’re looking to refurbish would benefit from plastic board. Plastic skirting boards are impervious to high humidity and won’t move or shrink. They are best suited to the environments of the bathroom, kitchen and utility room.
Plastic skirting board is flexible, so it’s ideal when you’re installing it on curved walls. This is particularly useful when you have kitchen and bathroom fitments which have a curved surface such as a corner shower.
Plastic skirting board is also easy to install or replace. There are many different styles and colours you can choose from besides. You need not be a professional tradesman to create an outstanding end result in your rooms. Cut your mitres with a saw and use an adhesive and jointing compound to attach. They’re easy to install not only to plastered walls, but plaster board if you’re adding partitions in your refurb project, and almost any surface.
Plastic is flexible, so it’s much better for covering imperfect walls. Something you might find particularly useful if you’re refurbishing an old property that hosts a myriad of imperfections in the walls. And one other advantage of some plastic over wood is that the plastic skirting boards include a special recess on the rear, great for hiding unsightly wires and cabling.
If you could change a minor detail in your living room that would make or break the overall interior design, would you make it? Perhaps you’re looking to spruce up your lounge in order to enhance your living space, or you want to make a statement when selling your house? Then, have you considered installing pvc skirting boards? Surprisingly, choosing the right material and design for minor details can be as crucial as choosing larger pieces of furniture.
You might have misgivings about sacrificing the appearance of traditional wooden skirting. But you need not. Kents Building Plastics supplies pvc skirting boards that people mistake for real wood, coated with a woodgrain PVC film. And a range of designs to suit all tastes and styles, besides.
There’s also a range of fantastic benefits associated with pvc skirting boards beyond the look. In fact, most home owners are now switching to plastic skirting boards because of their many advantages. They recognise a tough-wearing, long-lasting material that can provide a high quality finish to your home. A product that can hide gaps between walls, floors and ceilings, giving your living room a quality clean look.
PVC tends to be easier to fit, which the less confident DIYer might appreciate. Boards simply slot together with pre-moulded corner pieces to remove the need for mitring. All done in half the time it would take to install and paint conventional timber products. All that’s required otherwise is a standard building adhesive. It’s a cheaper choice too, since the materials used in pvc skirting board are not as expensive as wood. Excellent news if you’re working to a budget.
With a foil finish that has the appearance of wood, plastic is not susceptible to splitting, woodworm or warping as with real wood. Plastic skirting boards are easy to wipe clean and require minimal maintenance. A great advantage they have over wood is their 100% moisture resistance, so that they can withstand areas with high humidity for long periods of time, without replacement. The material does not fade in the sun and maintains a constant colour.
PVC skirting boards are massively preferable to wooden ones because they never need repainting. That also means none of the preparation, the backbreaking and time-consuming sanding down of surfaces. And no more painted carpet edges.
All in all, pvc skirting boards combine the practical with the attractive, sculpted design of traditional skirting.
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When looking to make repairs to your roof, you’ll need to pick a roof fascia that’s up to the job. It’s an important part of the roof, and one you certainly can’t skimp on. That’s why you need to think carefully when picking a fascia or plastic fascia for your home.
Here are the benefits of using a good quality roof fascia for your roof, and why you should do your research before buying.
PVC Makes Your Fascias Hardier
Your roof takes a lot of abuse, day after day. High winds and rain can pelt it for hours or days on end, and it’s got to stand up to it. If it can’t, then water can get into the roof itself and cause a lot of problems later down the line. That’s why you need a material that can take that amount of pressure.
These days, PVC fascias are considered to be some of the best on the market. They’re hardwearing, and won’t need replacing for years to come once they’re installed. You can use them and be safe in the knowledge that your roof is protected.
Good Fascias Are Easy To Install
If you’re looking to go the DIY route, then you’re going to need a good quality fascia to work with. These will come in long lengths and will be easy to cut if you need to. If you need some advice on installing them, the experts at the store you buy them from can walk you through the process.
Here at Kents Building Plastics, we’d be happy to walk you through any of the installation process. Just ask, and we’ll help you out.
Have Any Colour Or Pattern You Like
Many people choose to go with wood for their roof fascia, as they can paint it to any colour they like to match the rest of the house. This will look good for a while, but it can start to peel and fade away. This means you would have to get back up to the roof area and repaint it.
Modern, good quality fascias come in as many colours as you can think of. If you need a shade to match the rest of your home, just ask. You’ll be amazed at how much choice there is. The real benefit of this is the PVC won’t fade or peel or rot, so the colour will stand up to the years with ease.
Have A Roof You Can Be Proud Of
A roof that’s well constructed is one that will last for years to come. Your roof fascia plays a vital role in keeping the roof in good shape. Make sure you’re using the best quality fascias, and you know you won’t have to worry about your roof for years to come.
If you’re looking to replace your roof fascia, then you’ll need to talk to us at Kents Building Plastics. We’ll help you find the right fascia for you, and get it installed on your home. You’ll be amazed at how good your roof can look!
You might think that now if a mad time to try and fit decking, but you would be wrong.
Decking sales have been strong as the year comes to an end, take this twin decking installation in Bristol for example, recently finished the customers have the chance to enjoy the sun should it peek through the clouds again. With it being brilliant in the wet for slip resistance, any time spent out on it will be perfectly safe.
How The Right PVC Fascia Board Can Improve Your Home
If you’re a new homeowner, you’ll have come to realise that there’s a lot more to keeping your house in good condition than you first thought.
This is especially true if you’re looking at maintaining the roof. There’s so much you need to know and replace if the roof is in need of updating.
This guide will tell you everything you need to know about PVC fascia boards, and how the right one can really improve the look of your home.
What Is The Fascia Board?
Put simply, the fascia board is the board that runs just under the tiled section of your roof. You need one on your roof as they’re designed to protect the timber eaves inside the roof itself. If they’re not present, then water can get into the roof, leading the mould and mildew. If this continues, then it can lead to serious damage to your roof.
The fascia board works in conjunction with your soffit boards in order to protect your roof. The soffit is the board that runs between the bottom of the board and the wall, protecting the roof from underneath.
Why PVC Fascia Board?
In all modern homes, you’ll see that most fascia boards are made from PVC. This material has a lot of advantages over the wood that was traditionally used. As it’s a resilient material, it can stand up to a lot of bad weather without taking any damage. As well as this, it can cope with temperature changes without problem, where wood would crack under the pressure.
This doesn’t mean that PVC boards are less attractive than wood. You can still have the look of wood and the resilience of PVC, thanks to wood grain style engraving on them. You can also have PVC boards in almost any colour you can think of, so it matches the rest of your home and looks just how you want it to. The additional bonus here is that you’ll never have to keep repainting it, as it will keep its colour without peeling or flaking.
The Benefits Of PVC Fascia Board
As you can see, there are a lot of reasons you’d want to install PVC fascia boards on your home. Here are just a few of them to consider:
It’s easy to install
Lots of colours and styles to choose from to match your home
Keep your roof well protected from the elements and prevent expensive roof repair bills
Will last for years to come
If you have any questions about installing PVC boards on your home, talk to an expert such as us here at Kents Building Plastics. We can help you pick the right board for your home.
PVC boards are often the best way to protect your roof and keep your home looking good for years to come. Now you know what they can do, you can pick the right one for your home.
We now what its like, nothing ever goes to plan and dates can creep up on you quickly. It doesnt take much to miss an order deadline and push a job back in the diary.
At Kents we understand that no one likes waiting, and use suppliers that offer quick turn arounds.
We can supply UPVC Door and Windows from just 5 days, including most woodgrains and the popular Anthracite Grey.
Composite doors can be ordered up and be ready for collection or delivery in just 5 days also
Bi folding doors in White or Anthracite Grey are available from 7 days, amazing when you consider the size and logistics of moving them about.
Aluminium Windows can be had from 5 days.
All of these quick leadtimes may give you the ability to squeeze in another job before your next big job, and of course your customers will be massively impressed when you tell them their Bi folding doors could be fitted at the end of next week!
Finally, don’t forget we are the best priced window and door supplier in Newport – We will endeavour to beat any like for like quote! Try us on your next job, you wont be disappointed.
To get more info speak and to take advantage of these prices, ring the Newport trade counter on 01633 287567 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are not familiar with the full range of products we offer now is the perfect time to look around, you’ve made it this far, now go and browse the other areas of our site.
Quoted leadtimes do not include weekends or public holidays.
Sit tight for a few words from our Chairman, Mike Kent
I am delighted to announce that Kent Building Plastics will open its 5th Outlet on 16th October in Newport, South Wales.
When I left Marley Extrusions in 1987 to set up a plastics builder’s merchant business I did not plan to have multiple outlets and indeed numerous recessions and challenges along the way did not encourage growth!
However, in 2012 we relocated to our Yate branch to huge premises and then moved the Hereford branch to triple its size in 2014. Bath was added in 2016 and Iron Acton at the start of this year. These developments have allowed us to grow continually and we have more than double our turnover within the last 4 years.
I am very proud that all our growth in the last decade and more has been made without any borrowing – it is all funded from sales within Kent’s.
The Newport branch will open up more opportunities for us and will also assist with our growing internet sales as South Wales customers will have a local pick up point.
Michael England our Managing Director has been a brilliant at working with our loyal and committed staff and with organising so much of the detail at Newport and I thank him and everyone at Kents for their belief – it is that belief that drives Kent’s onwards.
In order to keep your roof in good shape, you need to understand the role that each component plays in preventing water damage.
Most people will be familiar with roof tiles, but do you know what roof soffits are used for?
The Role of Soffits
The soffit board can be found tucked away behind the fascia board on the lower part of the roof. They are used to connect the roof overhang that is found at the side of the building.
The soffit can be seen at street level, even though it is under the fascia and it is usually ventilated so that air can flow into the loft area. If your soffit does not have ventilation then it is likely to be in the fascia.
Ventilation from soffits is essential as the air that is allowed to flow around the roof area will help prevent condensation and rotting of the timber used in the main body of the roof.
The most common material used for soffits is uPVC or aluminium, each of which is durable and has their own benefits. uPVC is relatively cheap compared to traditional wood soffits or aluminium soffits, but it lasts a long time and will by no means put you at more risk of leakage than choosing more expensive materials.
One of the main benefits of using uPVC soffits is that they offer better insulation, which means it is a great choice for older houses.
Aluminium is slightly stronger and will last longer when used for soffits and it will not discolour like uPVC can do when subjected to intense sunlight. Aluminium is highly water resistant, so it is a good investment if you live in an area that experiences a lot of rainfall.
With so many high-quality materials available for your roof, often the choice comes down to aesthetics, which means that each and every person will have a preference.
Some people will want their house to maintain a traditional look, while others prefer a more contemporary look that makes their house stand out. Whatever material you choose for your soffits, it is sure to last for many years.
Installing and Maintaining Soffits
If you are good at DIY and can reach your roof safely, you may be able to install and replace soffits, fascias and guttering yourself. If, however, you feel unsafe and inexperienced, then a reputable roofing company will do it for you.
Once you are happy with the installation of your soffits you must check them on a regular basis as small cracks can appear that, left unchecked, can cause a lot of damage. While uPVC is very durable as it does not rot, you must ensure that there are no cracks that appear or there is no debris caught up in it after a bad storm
If you are looking to buy new soffits or you need advice on any aspect of roofing, contact Kents Building Plastics today for expert advice from our friendly team.
As a homeowner, one of the most important things that you need to do is to look after your roof. A leaking roof can cause a lot of damage to both the inside and the outside of your house, and could really leave you out of pocket.
With this in mind, it is important to carry out regular roof inspections to ensure that it is in full working order.
Read on to find out what you should be looking out for in order to maintain your roof.
The Role of the Fascia
One of the most important parts of a roof is the fascia, otherwise known as the roofline. A fascia board is mounted at the point where the outer walls of the house meet. Although, most people will refer to the main board that carries your gutters as the fascia (or fascias).
You will recognise the fascia as the long board that runs along the lower edge of the roof and will see that is directly fixed to the roof trusses. As the fascia has the gutters running from it, it plays an important role when it is raining.
An average house will see gallons of water wash from the roof into the gutters when there is a heavy downpour, so they need to be in top condition in order to function properly.
Without fascias and guttering, the water from the downpour will penetrate your walls and may eventually leak through your roof tiles.
The most common material that you will hear about when describing fascias is uPVC. uPVC, previously PVC, fascias is a thick and rigid material that is very durable and will keep your roof looking great for many years.
Other common materials for fascias are wood or non-corrosive metal. The most common fascia colour is white, but black boards and coloured boards are available at a higher cost.
Installing and Maintaining Fascias
Fascias will need to be fitted by a professional roofing company unless you are a very good at DIY and can install them yourself. Once installed, you will need to carry out regular checks to ensure that they are in working order.
As a rule, you should ensure that your roof is ready for winter each year, particularly when it comes to your gutters. Leaves and debris collect on your roof and gutters all year round, and if they are clogged up the rain will not be able to run off your roof effectively.
You can buy accessories to clean your roof and gutters or you can also hire a team of professionals to do it for you.
If you think that your fascias need replacing or you have any other concerns about your roof, contact Kents Building Plastics today and our friendly team can offer you all of the advice that you need.
When your roof needs maintenance, you’ll instantly start thinking about how much the job is going to cost.
After all, roofing services don’t come cheap.
In fact, you can do the fascia board replacement for much cheaper than you’d think if you go the DIY route. Here’s how you can install them yourself and save cash.
Which part is the fascia?
Before you get started, make sure you know which part of your roof is the fascia. The roof is made up of several different parts, and so you want to make sure you’re buying the right parts. Go outside and look at your roof.
You’re looking for the boards that run just underneath the roofline itself. If the boards that run perpendicular to the walls are what need replacing, then you’ll be looking at installing new soffits. The board under the roof that’s visible from the front is the fascia.
Choose the right materials
Now, you’ll need to head out and buy replacements for your old boards. Many older boards are made of wood, and so eventually rot in bad weather. If you’re looking for a replacement, the best thing to do will be to buy a newer metal or uPVC board.
These can stand up to the British weather better, meaning they’ll last much longer. Also, choose what colour you want. Modern fascias come in a huge range of colours and styles, so pick one that will look good on your home.
Measure to see how much you need
Like any home improvement job, you’ll need to measure the roof first to see how much fascia you’ll need to get the job done.
This shouldn’t take you too long, as you can simply measure the existing fascias. Then, just take those measurements to your local DIY store or you can also order online if you prefer to.
Check your roof before starting
Before you get started with replacing your fascias, you’ll need to inspect your roof to see if there’s any other damage. Waterlogged or rotten fascias can be a sign that there are issues in the roof itself. Check that all your roof tiles are in place, and that there’s nothing excessive growing on them.
Check there’s no blockages in the gutters, which could be overflowing water into the roof. Next, get into the attic and take a look. Are any of the beams bowing, or can you see light through the roof? If you can, fix these issues before you start on the fascia.
Get a friend to help
Finally, ensure that you have a friend to help you get the job done. They can hand up pieces to you to install, making it a lot quicker. They can also keep you safe as you work, meaning that the job is as risk free as possible.
With these tips, you can install your own fascias. It’s a lot easier than you think it is, so get out there and save some cash on your roof.
Ever thought about maintaining the roof of your home yourself? The good news is that it’s not as hard as it looks.
There is a basic process that should be followed and a lot the maintenance comes down to the type of roof that you already have installed – including the fascia boards.
Here’s everything you need to know about fascia boards, something that’s vital to the well-being of your roof.
What is the fascia board?
First of all, you’re going to need to know exactly where the fascia board is on your roof. Go outside, and look up at your roof.
There’s the main tiled section of your roof, then there’s a board that runs directly under the roof line. This is the fascia board, and it should run the entire way around the roof.
Attached underneath this will be the soffit, which attaches at the bottom and covers the space between the fascia and the wall.
What do fascia boards do?
So, what’s the point of a fascia board? There’s several reasons why they’re installed:
– Fascia boards support the roof tiles at the eaves level, ensuring that the roof is supported properly.
– They provide a place to attach guttering and direct water away from the roof.
– They serve a cosmetic purpose, as a well kept fascia can make a house look more attractive.
– They serve an important purpose of keeping water out of the roof, avoiding rot, mould and other water related issues.
What are they made out of?
Traditionally, fascia boards were made out of wood. These did look very attractive, and they were used for decades. However, your roof can be vulnerable if you’re using wooden fascia boards.
In more recent times, metal and uPVC boards have become much more popular. These are an improvement over wooden boards, as they can repel much more water and poor weather than older boars can.
They can also be made in any colour or style that you require. They can even be given a wood grain finish, if you want a wooden look without the risk. They last much longer, so they’re a much more attractive replacement.
Why should you maintain your fascia?
There’s several reasons why you’d want to maintain the fascia on your roof. These include:
– A well maintained fascia will keep water out of your roof, prolonging its lifespan and avoiding large spending on repairs.
– They look much more attractive, meaning that your home looks better to buyers if you’re looking to sell.
– They’re much more able to support gutters properly, meaning water is directed away from the roof effectively.
If you inspect the fascia boards regularly then your roof will last for a substantial period of time, saving you money in the long haul. Get in touch with us at Kents Building Plastics if you want to find out more information about purchasing fascia boards.
Use Composite Fencing And four Other Methods to Update Your Garden
Summer may be gone,but you may want to to use your garden to enjoy any leftover sun. After a winter of neglect, though, it may look unwelcoming.
There are plenty of options to bring it back up to speed. Here’s five ways you can update your garden and make it ready for any warm weather (I’ve been told we will get some).
Turn the shed into a summer house
You’ve got a shed at the bottom of the garden that’s housing a few old tools, and is covered in cobwebs. At the moment, all it’s doing is taking up space. You can make it worth keeping though, by turning it into a summer house. All you need to do is clean it out, paint it, and enjoy it! You can place chairs in there for a cosy retreat, or let your children use it as a playhouse. How you use it is very much up to you.
Invest in composite fencing
If your fencing is looking tired, it’s time to invest in composite fencing. This type of fencing is a blend of wood and uPVC, so you’ll have a hardier fence that looks just like a regular one. They come in a variety of colours, so you can pick the right one for you and not have to deal with painting it yourself. These fences can stand up to strong winds and stress, so even if the kids are repeatedly kicking balls into the fence, you have nothing to worry about.
Use a mirror to maximise natural light
Plenty of homeowners have a more compact garden, that doesn’t get as much natural light as they’d like. There is an easy way to remedy this. Use a mirror in a corner of your garden, and boost the light you get. It’ll bounce light around, making your garden much more appealing. You can buy a mirror in any style you like too, meaning that you can have one that suits the style of your garden.
Install an artificial lawn
Are you sick of the garden looking like a jungle every summer? Then an artificial lawn could be the answer. Modern lawns look and feel just like the real thing, but without all the maintenance. You’ll never have to mow or water it, but it’ll stay green all year round. They’re not hard to install yourself either, so you can have an artificial lawn on a budget.
Update your garden furniture
If your garden furniture is looking a bit tired, it’s easy to update it and make it ready for the summer. You can buy colourful new cushions to cheer up an old bench, or use metal paint to update metal furniture such as tables and chairs.
If you’re looking into composite fencing, talk to us at Kents Building Plastics. We have fences in a wide variety of colours and styles, so there’ll be something that’s perfect for your garden.
You probably almost never think of your guttering, but it’s vital that you keep it in good condition. If they’re blocked or broken, your house can suffer water damage, leading to more expensive repairs later down the line. Although, if you do require your gutter fixing; we can help with that too.
To avoid this, use these tips in order to keep your guttering clear, allowing it to redirect water effectively.
Inspect your gutters
To know what kind of shape your guttering is in, you’ll need to inspect it first. Grab your ladder and get up to take a look at them. You’re looking for anything that’s clogging them, leaks and holes, and anywhere where water damage is occurring. Once you can see where the problems lie, you can get started.
Clear any debris
Debris, such as leaves, can easily get trapped in gutters. This causes them to back up, and water overflow into places it shouldn’t. This is especially bad for your roof, as any water damage can lead to rot and mould, meaning you could have to replace sections of it.
Wearing gloves, remove any debris that you see in the gutters. Once they have been totally cleaned out, consider installing a guard to keep the debris out in the future. These guards stop debris from falling into the gutter, but don’t impede the flow of water. They’re well worth buying if you find your gutters get clogged up frequently.
Check your drainpipes
If you’ve cleared all the guttering but still have a clog somewhere, check your drainpipes. These can easily get clogged too, so don’t neglect them. The best way to check them is to take apart the elbow joint and inspect the drainpipe that way. You can unclog it with a garden hose, by snaking it through and blasting it with water to break the clog apart. If this doesn’t work, a broom handle or plumber’s snake will do the job.
Repair your gutters
If you’ve found any small leaks or holes in your gutters, don’t worry. They’re easily repaired, and you won’t have to replace any of it. Use a gutter patching kit to fix these holes and have your gutters leak free again. The instructions in the kit will tell you exactly how to use it.
Replace your gutters
If your guttering is old or badly damaged, you’ll need to replace them. This sounds difficult, but in actuality isn’t all that hard.
You’ll first have to decide what kind of guttering to buy. The most popular type right now is uPVC, as these gutters can stand up to heavy weather conditions, and won’t rust like metal gutters. You can buy them in all kinds of colours and styles too, so you can have gutters that complement the look of your home.
If you need replacement gutters, here at Kents Building Plastics we have a huge range for you to choose from. Our high quality products will help protect your home from water damage, and look good for years to come. Get in touch to find out more.
Bathroom Wall Panels are now a massive 60% off RRP.
This means you can really make a huge saving and clad your bathroom with some of our fantastic range of Shower Panels.
We have an ever increasing range, from top notch suppliers such as Nuance from Bushboard, Geopanel from Freefoam, Showerwall and Splash Panel. Each with their own range of colours and textures there is plenty of choice at all price ranges.
Whats the benefit to using wall panels?
Simple, its 100% waterproof to start with. Its quick and easy to cut and fit, simply measure, cut and stick in place with the relevant adhesive.
No grout lines means no dirty grout! These panels are straight forward to clean and have less joins compared to tiles which there is less areas for mould growth and less chance of the joins breaking down and spreading back through to your wall and creating an in wall swimming pool.
For tradesmen, these sheets can be used to fit into a shower quadrant in a day, and be ready to fit Taps, Radiators and shower screens to the very next day, without the need to wait for adhesive to fully harden before grouting, and cleaning. Saving much time for you and the customer. You” enjoy how quickly they go up.
Depending on which board you go for, some have aluminium or pvc premade corners and joints available in a range of colours, meaning corners are strong, bump resistant and look smart.
The textures on offer this year have grown rapidly, from gloss finishes we now offer matt finishes, faux concrete textures and hugely realistic marble and stone effect textures. A tile of the same type would cost a fortune and take a lot longer to fit.
That’s right, Kents range of composite decking is for a limited time period on sale at 50% off rrp, that means for the average sized deck you can save a lot of money £££.
We supply some of the most highly regarded Composite Deck boards on the market from manufacturers such as Trex, Fitrite and Twinson.
Why Composite Decking?
Quite simply, its a fantastic product and is so very easy to live with. Once fitted all you have to do is make sure you keep it clean, that is it when it comes to maintenance.
Yeah, sure, it costs more that softwood timber decking, but how many times do you have to sand and repaint or protect timber decking in 20 years? How many times have you slipped or skidded on the wet mossy surface? How many times have you pressure washed the timber decking to get it back to an acceptable look again?
With Composite Decking from Kents you can be assured that you will have more time to spend doing the things you want to do.
Whats is like in the wet though, isn’t plastic slippy?
You’ll be amazed how much grip there is on these deck boards when wet, it’s a world apart from the slipperiness of a wet timber deck. Come into one of our stores to feel the texture on the top of the deck boards that makes sure you remain vertical!
I can’t make it in to view it, can I get a sample sent to me?
Of course you can, email us at email@example.com making sure you include your name, address and phone number and we will gladly supply a sample of your choice.