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Beautifully designed and durably installed garden decking makes such a great investment for customers who are looking to renovate their home and garden. Picture yourself out relaxing in your very own outdoor decking, surrounded by greens softly swaying with the cool fresh air – that is totally priceless! And this is why we do what we do!
Wouldn’t it be nice to have that perfect spot at home where you can both spend a peaceful warm afternoon by yourself or make a mess with the kids and your furry pals one sunny day? A nice new fresh outdoor decking can give you all this and more.
Leeds Decking Co has a built a solid reputation over the years, designing and constructing outdoor and garden decking for both residential and commercial customers across Yorkshire. Our unparalleled workmanship and exceptional customer service make us the favourite choice of our clients in Leeds, Yorkshire and the surrounding region.
At Leeds Decking Co, we specialise in timber decking and composite decking services, and our team is comprised of professionals who are experts in the field of design, installation, maintenance, and repair.
If you have an existing decking, we can help you redesign it to make it look even better and compliment your surrounding landscape. We turn old, boring, and rusty decking installations into a new, stylish, safer, and more functional part of your home.
Meanwhile, if you want a new deck built, we can help you create your own design or you can leave it to our professional decking designers. Either way, we make sure that the installation will represent your style and preference while working around your budget.
Choosing us for your much-needed decking installation gives you a wide-range of benefits such as the following:
Complete range of services – from decking design, redesign, installation, maintenance, and repair
Honest and upfront pricing – no hidden fees and surprise charges
Customised services – decking design based on your preferences and budget
Friendly customer services
High-quality timber decking and composite decking supplies from reputable makers and manufacturers
Experienced, trained, and highly-qualified team of builders
As professional deck builders, we have a reputation to maintain. With this, in every project we handle, we make sure that we only use the best quality of materials that suit the requirements and expectations of every client. Along with our passion for building beautiful structures, we put our 100% skills and utilise cutting-edge products and technologies to come up with excellent results.
Today, the two top materials used in decking boards come from natural wood or its synthetic alternative. Each has its own unique features that could fit in any decking needs. Depending on your design and specification, you can either go for timber or composite which are very popular with customers.
To determine which among these types of timber will work best for your design and budget, here’s a quick guide:
Decking boards made from softwood timber come in different colours and finishes. They provide seamless options to match every decking design. This material, however, may not be very reliable when used outdoors.
Softwood decking may truly be aesthetically pleasing, but it can’t withstand the drastic changes in temperature, moisture, water, and the heavy traffic. Nevertheless, this is an economical decking solution as it is way cheaper than the other decking materials available today.
Furniture made from hardwood exudes that luxurious and classy appeal. How much more when they are used for the garden decking? Hardwood truly stands out as every piece is unique. This material combines durability and beauty in one, which is why it is one of the top choices for decking installation.
Hardwood is extremely durable and perfect for the outdoor decking. But all these amazing features do not come cheap. Hardwood decking boards are quite pricey. Nevertheless, you can rely on its toughness and longevity. If you are aiming to enjoy your garden decking for a long, long time, then pick hardwood. Cumaru, iroko, teak, and ipe are among the most commonly used hardwoods for decking.
Composite decking boards also offer that look and feel of the hardwood although it can never really outperform the natural ones with its timeless beauty. Nevertheless, composite decks are sustainable, and no trees were cut to manufacture them. And the good news – composite decking is kid and pet-friendly.
Make the Right Choice
If you have finally decided to invest in having your very own garden decking but you don’t know what steps to take, come to us at Leeds Decking Co. We are the one-stop destination for decking supplies and services in Leeds, Yorkshire and nearby areas. Our experts will help you go through all the processes hassle-free and stress-free. Contact us today and request for a free quote.
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Here are the frequently asked questions from our clients, and the answers will help you make a suitable choice.
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How much does installing a new decking usually cost?
Building a decking in the UK will cost you on average £1,000 to £2,200. However, the cost could go lower or higher depending on the type of decking material you choose and condition of the area where the structure will be built because it will determine the number of people needed to perform the tasks. Hardwood decking can be more expensive than the other types, especially when its premium quality. Meanwhile, softwood decking is the cheapest one to install.
Timber or Composite Decking: Which is better?
Both timber and composite are both great options for building garden decks or outdoor decks. Each has its own special features that the other might not have. For example, hardwood decking boards are known for its superb strength and natural aesthetics. However, they are not cheap at all.
On the other hand, composite decking boards may not be as sturdy as its hardwood counterpart, but it offers seamless options for designs and styles can work perfectly with any themes and designs. Depending on the quality of composite boards, prices can be cheaper or similar to that of the hardwood decking.
Can decking be installed in sloped surfaces?
How long will my garden decking last?
How long the decking will last basically depends on the kind of material used to build it. Hardwood decking or those pre-treated varieties can last up to 15 years or even more.
How many days does it take to construct a decking?
Can I build a decking over pavers?
Yes, it is okay to build a decking over an existing paving. Your contractor must make sure, though, that the legs of the decking are securely installed on the ground and on the paving to avoid moving of the decking.
Which is better: decking or paving?
How do I maintain my decking?
Additionally, do regular checking of surfaces for chips, dents, and scratches and fix them before the damages get worse and cause injuries. Don’t use too much pressure when using pressure washers. It could strip off finishes and damage surfaces.
Can my decking have a hot tub?
Is a floating deck better than a fixed decking?
Floating decking is installed separately from your home. It means it is detached and considered as a different structure. You can build it in your garden with any designs and shapes you like as long as your space accommodates it. It may, however, require some tedious amount of maintenance.
On the other hand, fixed decking is a structure attached to your house. You can easily match it to the design of your home, and you can even have it enclosed by a screen so no insects or pests can get in. But the drawbacks of having so is that it can be very expensive and it requires building permit since it is attached to your home.
With Leeds Decking Co, we guarantee honest, ethical and upfront estimates on all jobs from the start, and ensure no hidden costs further down the track.