Our outdoor decking, with its features and benefits of termite and water resistance, ease of installation and maintenance, environmental friendliness, and aesthetic similarity to real wood, suggests that it is the ideal product for the outdoor decking's various applications...
Exterio outdoor decking with the most decking options in terms of budgetary prices, colour finishes, and sizes to meet the needs of the customer.
Hardwood decking is a hugely popular choice, made by people across the board, for decks big and small, with budgets big and small. Typically made from the likes of teak, ipe, iroko, etc., it’s a completely natural product that is the result of years and years of growth. Seen by many as the only "real" decking option, hardwood decking requires a tiny bit more maintenance than composite decking but is well worth the extra effort. The following are some of the best hardwood options:
1. TEAK - When people think about hardwood decking, one of the first woods that come to mind tends to be teak. This is probably because early decks were typically made from teak. As a really stable wood that has great resistance to moisture, it’s easy to see why teak was the hardwood decking material of choice for such a long time.
2. IPE - IPE, which is typically found in South American countries such as Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, or Peru, is very appealing due to its unique olive coloration. Exceptionally resistant to insect infestation and fungi, it’s recognised as a really tough option. A hardwood that darkens as it matures, it’s particularly suited to sunny exposure and won’t disappoint.
3. IROKO - Iroko, which hails most commonly from the east and west coasts of Africa, is a stylish and affordable hardwood decking choice. Iroko, which resembles teak in appearance and texture, mellows with age and has an irregular grain. This deck is particularly suited to anyone who likes the idea of a deck that changes colour over time.
Artificial grass is a material that is made of synthetic, man-made fibres and looks like real grass. The synthetic grass blades are green and come in different pile heights. It is constructed in the same way that carpet is made. It has a solid backing, and then the blades are machine stitched on. Most of the new artificial grass that is being produced today also weaves in a brown thatch that mimics the look of dead grass that you would see on a real grass lawn. Artificial grass applications include;
1. Sports Applications
2. Residential Landscape
3. Commercial Landscape
Artificial grass offers many benefits for the consumer:
1. It saves both money and time.
2. It is an excellent landscaping option.
3. It doesn't require any water compared to natural grass.
4. It lasts 20 or more years, creating a "forever lawn," whereas real grass dies.
5. No maintenance.
6. Landscapers are no longer required because artificial grass doesn’t grow.
7. Easy to install.
8. The elimination of lawn mowers reduces emissions into the atmosphere.
9. UV-resistant coating.
10. Toxic free.
The pedestal system creates a gap between the floor and underlying membrane, allowing the passage of pipes (such as plumbing and electrical) and the allocation of any equipment while retaining ease of access. Adjustable pedestals are a system for laying outdoor tiles and paving slabs without the need for grout or adhesive, using the weight of the tiles to hold everything in place.
Our pedestal system is for raised floors with self-levelling, anti-slip, etc. Widely used around the world, the patented slope-correcting pedestal design compensates for a substrate fall of 0%–5% gradient to provide a perfectly level floor finish. Our pedestal system can be used with tiles, pavers, and timber decking to create raised floors on green roofs, balconies, water features, and terraces. With its capability of accommodating different heights, it ensures elegant, homogeneous paving each time without requiring radical structural work.