WPC Decking

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WPC Decking

Wood Plastic Composite (WPC) decking by FND is a popular choice for outdoor spaces due to its durability, low maintenance, and eco-friendly properties. Let us delve into  some information about WPC decking:

WPC decking products are made with 90% recycled wood and plastics. Their decking is engineered to be weather-tough, making it suitable for outdoor use.

Key Features of WPC Decking

Eco-Friendly: Made with recycled materials.
Low Maintenance: Requires minimal upkeep.
Resistant Properties: 1) Water-resistant. 2) Slip-resistant. 3) Mold and mildew resistant. 4) Termite resistant.
Color Options: Available in Castle Gray, Light Gray, Mocha, and Walnut.
Plank Size: Each plank measures 12 feet by 6 inches, covering 6 square feet.
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WPC Decking Design Ideas and Tips

Certainly! When it comes to WPC decking design, there are several aspects to consider. Let’s explore some design ideas and tips:

  • Color and Texture: Choose a color that complements your outdoor space. WPC decking comes in various shades, including natural wood tones, grays, and browns. Consider the texture of the decking surface.Some options mimic the grain patterns of real wood, while others have a smoother finish.
  • Patterns and Layouts:
    1. Straight Layout: Placing the decking boards parallel to each other creates a clean and classic look.
    2. Diagonal Layout: Angling the boards diagonally adds visual interest and can make the space feel larger.
    3. Herringbone Pattern: Arrange the boards in a herringbone or chevron pattern for a unique design.
  • Railings and Balusters: Railings provide safety and aesthetics. Choose from various materials like WPC, aluminum, or glass.
    Balusters (vertical supports) can be simple or decorative. They contribute to the overall style.
  • Built-In Features:
    1. Built-In Seating: Consider adding benches or seating areas directly onto the decking.
    2. Planters: Incorporate built-in planters for greenery and flowers.
    3. Steps and Stairs: If your deck has elevation changes, design steps or stairs for easy access.
  • Lighting: Install deck lighting to enhance safety and ambiance. Options include post cap lights, step lights, and under-rail lighting.
  • Transition Zones: Think about how your deck connects to other areas (e.g., garden, patio, pool). Create smooth transitions with pathways or landscaping.
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