2.9m Composite Decking – Stone Grey


Our Stone 2.9m composite decking boasts two choices of grooves that help carry surface water away.


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Grey Composite Decking 2.9m

Our 2.9m composite decking - stone grey is a low maintenance, long lasting alternative for traditional wooden decking.

It uses a honeycomb structure for the perfect balance between rigidity and lightness.

The boards are two-sided with narrow grooves on one and wide grooves on the other. Either side can be used.

Please note that the profile of the boards changed in April 2020 boards ordered before this may not match any new orders, please request a sample before ordering.

The required amount of fasteners and screws are included completely FREE with your order.

Key Features:

  • Board length: 2.9m
  • Board width: 150mm
  • Board depth: 25.4mm (1inch)
  • Strong but light Honeycomb structure
  • Reversible Anti-slip tread patterns
  • Comes with FREE hidden fasteners and Black Phosphate screws.
  • L-ending skirt / 90 degree trim available in all three colours
  • 10 Year Guarantee

how many boards will i need for my project?

If you give us a call on 01253 486144 or email us at we can work it out for you.

However, you can use this simple calculation to give you a rough idea:

For 3.6m – Multiply the m2 of the area by 2 (i.e. 20m2 would need approximately 40 boards)
For 2.9m – Multiply the m2 of the area by 2.3 (i.e. 20m2 would need approximately 46 boards)

Is composite decking slippery when wet?

No! But…composite decking itself is very much anti-slip due to it’s granular composition and resistance to rotting and algae. However, if debris, dead leaves and similar are left on the surface there is still a potential slip risk present.

are your composite decking boards fire proof?

Composite products have a higher combustion temperature than timber which means they are less likely to catch fire. However, they aren’t guaranteed to be absolutely fire proof.

Will my composite decking fade?

A little! Although our composite decking uses UV stabilisation additives during manufacturing, they will lighten slightly within the first few weeks / months whilst any residual dyes wash out due to weathering before they settle into their final colour. This process is known as “extractive bleeding”