Decking & Elevations
A terrace made of wood or composite is a functional, integral element of almost every house and apartment with a garden. It is not only an ideal place for meetings, entertainment and relaxation during the summer days, but also significantly increases the value of the property.
The terrace should be chosen in accordance with the architectural style of the house and its finish. It may refer to the color or material of the façade or roof of the house. It is also worth considering the future purpose of the terrace and the amount of time you can devote to its maintenance in order to select the material from which it is to be made.
The wooden façade is the perfect decorative accent of the building. Facade from wood selected in a natural and warm color, enlivens the building, which makes an original effect. Boards used on the façade will give character and distinctive style. The charred method is also an excellent way to natural wood impregnation and specifid elevation design.
Which material should you choose for the terrace?
Composite decking is a good solution for those who want to completely exclude impregnation process of terrace boards. Although the composite requires no maintenance, it heats up quickly and may not satisfy investors who value nature.
An alternative for wood lovers are wooden terrace boards, which, depending on the species, have different functional properties. Exotic wood species are very hard, dense and naturally resistant to moisture, temperature changes or insect attack due to the high content of natural oils in their structure. Coniferous varieties are cheaper, but they require systematic care to preserve their durability.
What kind of groundwork is acceptable for the decking?
Both wooden and composite decking can be placed on the following groundworks:
- directly on ready concrete screeds,
- hardened crushed stone,
- construction made of concrete poles (you will find this type of formwork in our offer).
Projects with the above products can be found in the PORTFOLIO tab.