Due to the disruption caused to the supply chain by the Covid-19 Pandemic, there are significant lead times on certain products. In particular, concrete fencing products, garden buildings including sheds, and certain timber products. Delivery on some items is up to 6 weeks. Please check with us before placing your order if your project is time-sensitive so that we can advise up to date lead times. There is a certain amount of information on the product pages, and your confirmation email will indicate your likely lead time once you have placed your order. Items that are in stock are generally being delivered within the normal 5-10 days.
As we become more knowledgeable and want more from our decking, the popularity of composite decking has risen. New ranges such as HD Deck Dual available from Walford Timber are dual sided, in two colours and create stunning, natural looking installations.
As our desire for outdoor living grows, so do the product options on offer.
A decking area is a great way to make the most of often unused space such as sloping and uneven areas, creating a place to entertain, eating outside, or sit out and enjoy the sunshine.
Most decking you will find in the UK is traditional timber, the best being made from quality Scandinavian Redwood and can be bought through timber merchants such as Walford Timber.
As though we become more knowledgeable and want more from our decking, the popularity of composite decking has risen. New ranges such as that available from Walford are dual sided, in two colours and create stunning, natural looking installations.
Easy to install, replacing existing timbers on joists if required, composite decking is low maintenance as it won’t decay, warp or splinter and requires no staining or treating. Backed by a 25 year product guarantee for peace of mind, composite decking is also slip resistant and bare foot safe and is friendly to the environment being made from recycled material and wood flour that is FSC® 100% certified.
Traditional timber or modern composite decking. Isn’t it time you lived a bit more outdoors?