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Sometimes it can be difficult to get a good estimate on composite decking prices – we’ve made things a little bit easier. Simply choose your colour and enter your dimensions / measurements. The composite decking calculator will detail everything you need to complete your project – from gap fixings and decking screws, to fascias, end caps, aluminium bearers and pedestals.
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While our composite decking calculator does a great job of showing how much you could be spending, it doesn’t show you how much you could potentially save by choosing us. Dura Deck is far more cost effective than traditional timber alternatives. The unique blend of wood and plastic which comprises our decking is far more durable than timber, meaning that its life span is far longer. So say goodbye to having to replace mouldy, rotted timber after a few wet winters. Our decking requires minimal maintenance, so you won’t need to waste money on expensive treatments or oils – just a scrub every now and then and it’ll look good as new. Take full advantage of our composite decking calculator to effectively plan ahead. With accurate UK prices on our complete range, you’ve got everything you need to create a beautiful, long-lasting outdoor space.
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You’ll need enough composite decking to cover your required space, as well as some extra boards in case you need to fill a specific area. Luckily, all our decking boards are easy to cut to size with standard tools.
How do I measure my deck?
If you have a standard square or rectangular space, all you need to do is measure (in metres) the width and length of the area. Once you have that, you can use our calculator to work out composite decking prices. If you have an odd shaped, or L-shaped decking area, you’ll need to take two measurements for each section and calculate the prices separately.
Is composite decking worth the cost?
Yes. Composite decking has a longer service life and requires less maintenance than traditional timber decking, saving you money in the long run. Our composite decking calculator gives an indication of how much you could save.
When should I buy composite decking
Because our decking is weather-proof, it can be easily bought and installed throughout the year. However, if you want to enjoy your new deck, we’d recommend getting it by late-spring or early-summer.
Which composite decking is the best value?
Over its lifespan you’ll actually save money on repairs and maintenance, keeping the cost low compared to traditional wood decking. If you’re looking for the best value in the Dura Deck range, Dura Deck Eco is the cheapest board, but still has all the strength of a modern composite deck.
How much does composite decking installation cost?
For detailed costs on installation, you can speak to our specialist composite decking suppliers. Alternatively, you can check out our installation guide if you want to do it for yourself.
How to Measure Your Composite Decking Area
This diagram is an easy way of demonstrating how to measure the space, whether you’ve got a standard square or rectangular area, or a slightly more complex installation which is made up of multiple square shapes.
If you have a standard, equal-sized space, like ‘Area A’ in our diagram, all you need to do is measure the width and length of the area in metres. This will be one horizontal side and one vertical side. Once you have those two numbers, all you have to do is add them to our composite decking calculator and you’ll instantly know much much it’ll cost to deck the space with one of our high-quality composite decking solutions.
If you have multiple areas or an L-shaped deck you’ll need to make two separate calculations. Firstly, take the length and width of ‘Area A’ and get the total area of this section. Then you’ll need to input the length and width of ‘Area B’ into the decking calculator to find out how many boards you need for that section. When you add the two numbers together, you’ll know exactly how much decking you’ll need for your project.
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