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Wooden Decking Framework

Decking Joists & Framing Timber

East Coast Fencing takes pride in offering an extensive range of wooden decking framework, tailor-made for decking framework. This specialised timber has undergone rigorous treatment processes to ensure its durability and resistance against wear, tear, and the harshness of weather conditions. Ideally suited for the creation of sturdy and lasting decking frameworks, this timber selection is not only resilient but also aesthetically pleasing, providing a robust foundation for any decking project. Whether it's for a private backyard oasis or a commercial outdoor space, East Coast Fencing's c16 pressure treated timber stands as a testament to quality and reliability.

East Coast Fencing also offers a variety of other timber products, including fencing and landscaping materials. Our team is highly experienced in the installation and maintenance of all types of fencing, from traditional wooden fences to modern composite materials. We understand the importance of functionality, security, and aesthetics when it comes to fencing solutions, which is why we work closely with our clients to find the

150MM C16 Decking Framework

The 150mm C16 Decking Framework provided by East Coast Fencing is specifically designed to offer a stable and robust structure for any decking project. Precision-engineered to meet the highest standards, this framework promises unparalleled durability and support. Crafted from the finest C16 pressure-treated timber, it guarantees resistance against rot, fungal decay, and insect attacks, ensuring your decking remains secure and beautiful for years to come. Ideal for both residential and commercial applications, our 150mm C16 Decking Framework stands as a premium choice for those seeking reliability and aesthetic appeal in their outdoor spaces. With East Coast Fencing, excellence is always a guarantee.

100MM C16 Decking Framework

The 100mm C16 Decking Framework provided by East Coast Fencing is specifically tailored for those requiring a more compact yet equally durable solution for their decking projects. This framework offers the same high level of quality and resilience as our 150mm option, ensuring protection against rot, fungal decay, and pest infestations. Its slightly reduced width makes it particularly suited for smaller outdoor spaces or for projects where a finer structural aesthetic is desired. Like all our timber products, the 100mm C16 framework is pressure-treated to enhance its longevity and performance, making it an excellent choice for both private and commercial decking ventures. Trust in East Coast Fencing to deliver not only strength and durability but also flexibility and elegance for your decking needs.

Decking Joists

At East Coast Fencing, we understand the critical role that Decking Joists play in the integrity and longevity of a decking project. Our decking joists are carefully selected to ensure they provide the necessary support and stability for your decking boards. Made from the same high-quality, C16 pressure-treated timber as our decking frameworks, our joists offer exceptional resistance to rot, fungal decay, and insect attacks. Available in various lengths and sizes, our decking joists are versatile enough to meet the unique requirements of both residential and commercial projects. Whether you're building a large outdoor entertainment area or a small, intimate patio, you can rely on East Coast Fencing's decking joists for unmatched strength and durability.

Our decking joists are perfectly suited not just for wooden decking boards but also for composite decking boards. This ensures versatility and adaptability for various decking projects, catering to the preferences and requirements of our diverse client base. Whether you opt for the natural beauty and warmth of wooden boards or the low maintenance and durability of composite materials, our joists provide a reliable foundation. East Coast Fencing is committed to supporting your choice with the same level of quality and resilience that characterises all of our products, making sure your decking stands the test of time, regardless of the materials you select.

The Perfect Deck Frame

Choosing the perfect deck frame is essential for the success of your outdoor project, and East Coast Fencing is here to make that choice easier. Our C16 pressure-treated timber frames, available in both 150mm and 100mm widths, have been crafted to meet the highest standards of quality and durability. Not just a foundation, our decking frames are designed to enhance the aesthetic appeal of your outdoor spaces, blending seamlessly with various landscaping designs. Whether you're aiming for a grand outdoor living area or a cosy garden retreat, our decking frames provide the perfect base, ensuring stability, durability, and beauty for countless years. With East Coast Fencing, you're not just building a deck; you're crafting an outdoor masterpiece.

Joist Hangers & Accessories For Wooden Decking

To complement our range of C16 pressure-treated timber frameworks, East Coast Fencing proudly offers a wide selection of Decking Joist Hangers & Accessories for Wooden Decking. Designed to provide additional support and stability, our joist hangers ensure that your decking structure maintains its integrity and durability over time. Manufactured from high-quality, corrosion-resistant materials, these hangers are built to withstand the rigours of British weather, guaranteeing the longevity of your investment. Our comprehensive range of accessories, including screws and fasteners, are specifically chosen to work seamlessly with our timber products, ensuring a secure and aesthetically pleasing finish. Whether you're undertaking a DIY project or seeking professional installation, our accessories offer the perfect finishing touch to any decking project.

We Also Offer a Range of Decking Boards

In addition to our robust decking frameworks and joists, East Coast Fencing is thrilled to present a comprehensive collection of Decking Boards. Each board is meticulously selected to ensure it meets our stringent criteria for quality, durability, and aesthetic appeal. Our decking boards are available in an array of styles, including traditional wood, contemporary composite materials, and eco-friendly options, all designed to complement any garden or outdoor setting. Whether you're aiming for a classic look or a modern design, our decking boards promise to elevate the visual appeal of your outdoor space while offering unmatched longevity and ease of maintenance. With East Coast Fencing, creating your.ideal outdoor living area has never been easier.

Quality Timber Decking Frame

Here at East Coast Fencing, quality is at the heart of everything we do, particularly when it comes to our Timber Decking Frame. Our commitment to excellence is evident in our meticulous selection of premium C16 pressure-treated timber, ensuring that our decking frames not only meet but exceed industry standards for strength, durability, and resistance to environmental factors. We understand that the foundation of any decking project plays a pivotal role in its long-term success and aesthetic appeal. Hence, our timber decking frames are designed to provide a robust and secure base, capable of withstanding the variable British weather while enhancing the overall look and feel of your outdoor space. Trust in East Coast Fencing to supply a timber decking frame that guarantees to support your decking needs impeccably for years to come, making your outdoor area not just a project, but a legacy.

Guide to Installing Wooden Decking

Installing high-quality wooden decking can transform your outdoor space into a beautiful and functional area for relaxation and entertainment. Here is a basic guide to get you started with your decking installation:

  1. Planning Your Space: The first step is meticulously planning the layout of your decking. Consider the size, shape, and function of your desired deck area, taking into account the direction of sunlight, views, and privacy. Use string lines and pegs to mark out the area on the ground.
  2. Preparing the Ground: Clear the decking area of any vegetation, rocks, or debris. The ground should be level; if not, you may need to excavate or add soil to level it out. Installing a weed barrier fabric can also be beneficial to prevent weed growth through your decking.
  3. Setting Up the Foundation: Depending on your deck design and local regulations, you might need to set concrete posts into the ground or lay a gravel base for your decking framework. Ensure that the foundation system you choose provides adequate support and drainage.
  4. Constructing the Frame: Using the East Coast Fencing C16 pressure-treated timber frames, construct the outer frame of your deck. Secure the corners with appropriate screws and ensure that everything is square. Internal joist supports should be spaced according to the specifications of the decking material you are using.
  5. Installing the Joists: Place the decking joists inside the frame, spacing them evenly. Use joist hangers and accessories from East Coast Fencing for added support and stability. Ensure each joist is level and securely attached to the frame.
  6. Laying the Decking Boards: Begin laying your chosen decking boards from one edge, leaving a small gap between each board to allow for expansion and drainage. Fasten the boards to the joists with decking screws, ensuring they are flush and secure. Work your way across the deck, cutting boards as necessary to fit.
  7. Finishing Touches: Once all the boards are in place, you can add any finishing touches such as skirting boards, railings, or steps. These elements not only enhance the safety and functionality of your decking but also give it a polished look.
  8. Maintenance: Finally, protect your new wooden deck with a suitable preservative to guard against rot, fungal decay, and insect attack. Regular cleaning and maintenance will ensure your decking remains a stunning feature of your outdoor space for years to come.

East Coast Fencing is committed to providing high-quality products and advice to help you successfully complete your decking project.

Decking Maintenance Advice

Ensuring your decking remains a beautiful aspect of your garden requires regular maintenance and care. Here are essential tips to help maintain the quality and appearance of your decking:

  • Routine Cleaning: Sweep your decking regularly to remove dirt and debris. For a deeper clean, use a mild soap and water solution or a specialised decking cleaner at least twice a year to prevent the build-up of mould and algae.
  • Stain or Oil Application: To preserve the natural beauty of wood or to enhance its durability, apply a high-quality decking stain or oil as recommended. This should typically be done annually or biannually, depending on weather exposure and the specific product guidelines.
  • Check for Damages: Inspect your decking periodically for any signs of wear or damage, such as loose boards, protruding nails, or splintering wood. Address these issues promptly to prevent further deterioration and ensure safety.
  • Sealing: If your decking is made of wood, sealing it every two to three years can provide additional protection against the elements, helping to extend its life and maintain its aesthetic appeal.
  • Plants and Furniture: Be mindful of where you place plant pots or furniture. Moving them around occasionally can prevent moisture build-up and colour fading in specific areas due to sun exposure.
  • Avoid Pressure Washing: While it might be tempting to use a pressure washer for cleaning, doing so can damage the wood fibres, leading to a rough surface prone to further wear and tear.

By following these maintenance tips from East Coast Fencing, your decking can remain a central feature of your outdoor living space for many years, hosting countless moments of enjoyment and relaxation.

For those considering enhancing their outdoor living space, decking is a versatile solution that can easily transform even the most unutilised areas into a focal point for relaxation and entertainment. When planning to lay decking, the importance of the correct decking frames cannot be overstated. These frames provide the necessary support for your deck boards, ensuring that the entire structure remains stable and secure over time.

Before laying the deck boards, it is crucial to prepare the decking area, especially if you are planning to install the decking over an existing patio. Begin by clearing all the timber and other materials from the site, and ensure that the surface is level. Applying timber treatments to the decking frame can significantly increase its durability and resistance to weather conditions.

Weed control fabric should be laid over the ground beneath the decking frame to prevent any unwanted growth that could disrupt the decking area. After these preparatory steps, you can start to lay the decking boards, positioning them carefully to achieve a seamless finish. Remember to leave slight gaps between the boards for drainage and expansion.

By taking these steps and employing quality materials throughout the process—from the decking frames to the deck boards and timber treatments—your deck area will not only look spectacular but also stand the test of time, requiring minimal maintenance to keep it looking its best.

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