We manufacture two types of decking for terraces – lightweight and heavy-duty.
WPC decking for terraces is available in a variety of colours. We provide our clients with the option of manufacturing in accordance with the RAL colour palette.
Our company offers two types of decking surfaces: with ‘Old Wood’ and ‘Velvet’ pattern. Both decking surfaces are characterised by their functional properties.
‘Old Wood’ has an attractive natural wood look, ‘Velvet’ is far more resistant to scratching and has an excellent anti-slip effect.
The lightweight hollow-core board is used for individual housing construction and for premises with low floor surface pressure.
Heavy-duty full-body decking is designed for flooring and diverse decking with heavy traffic and high intensity. Suitable for example for terraces, balconies, pergolas, piers and jetties, pool decks, garden paths, forest paths and leisure areas.
Irrespective of whether you have a particular preference, you can contact our company and we will cater for your every need.
We manufacture and deliver WPC terrace boards on request.
high density of the material, which is achieved by right selection of components
UV-stabilisation (the material contains UV stabilisers)
deep 3D embossing “OLD WOOD”, such deep embossing is not present on the market of WPC material
resistance to sun fading due to inorganic dyestuffs used
our boards are 25 mm thick, which significantly improves strength of the board and enables the use of bearing joists with greater spacing during installation
inner partition’s thickness – 5 mm. Such solid partition significantly increases the durability of the board and its ability to carry any weight.
thickness of outer walls -5.5-5.8 mm. The EcoDeckProfile terrace board is produced with one of the thickest walls, which, together with the strong inner partition and the appropriate choice of material, renders it highly durable and long-lasting.
the EcoDeckProfile floorboards can be perfectly matched to our treads, as they are produced in identical thicknesses and are complementary with regard to colour