Wood plastic composite (WPC) decking is made of more than one timber, the fibres and sawdust of these timbers are combined with plastic and binding agent to create a strong timber product. Usually, composite decking is stronger, heavier and denser than natural timber.
Benefits of composite decking
The main benefit of composite decking is that it is less likely to crack or split than natural timber. It has more resistance to fading, making it great for outdoor applications where sunlight would normally cause timber to fade. It is also maintained much easier than natural timber and keeps its appearance better.
Composite decking comes with a groove system that makes it easier to put together. It is faster and it looks more uniform. One of the big benefits is that you can go barefoot on composite decking and not worry about getting splinters. Composite decking is made to look as close to natural timber as possible.
The only ''Disadvantage''
The only disadvantage to composite is that it costs a bit more to buy. However, there is almost no maintenance requires to keep composite decking clean and shiny. All you need to do is wash it with soapy water.
Designed to withstand the most demanding weather conditions, the WPC is the ideal solution for outdoor decks, both in residential and commercial areas,including balconies, gardens, pools, terraces, marines, etc. In addition to its great strength and durability, that is a product of high aesthetic value that goes well with different architectural styles.
Advantages of WPC
1. Low maintenance;
2. Slip resistant, even when wet;
3. Water resistant;
6. Ecological (100% recyclable)