3.6m Composite Decking – Teak Brown – Woodgrain


Our Teak 3.6m composite decking features a beautifully bold, deep embossed woodgrain finish.


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Brown Composite Decking 3.6m

Our 3.6m composite decking - teak (brown) woodgrain effect boards are a low maintenance, long lasting alternative to traditional wooden decking.

They have a honeycomb structure for the perfect balance between rigidity and lightness.

The boards are finished in a natural and highly attractive woodgrain effect.

The required amount of fasteners, screws and L-Ending Skirts / 90 Degree Trim are included completely FREE with your order.

Board spec:

  • Board length: 3.6m
  • Board width: 148mm
  • Board depth: 25.4mm (1inch)
  • R11 Slip rating – BS 7976
  • Cfl Fire rating – EN 13501-1
  • Strong but light Honeycomb structure
  • Comes with FREE hidden fasteners and Black Phosphate screws.

Composite decking benefits:

  • Anti Slip
  • No Rot
  • No Mould
  • No Splinters
  • No Treating
  • UV Stable
  • Highly Durable
  • Long-lasting

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”