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Dura Deck Installation and Technical Guides

Essential Guide to Getting the Most From Your Composite Decking

Whether you’re planning a commercial or residential decking project, Dura Composites has a durable, simple to install, cost-effective and environmentally friendly solution to help maximise the use of the outdoor space in all seasons. Our high-performance composite decks combine fade-resistance with outstanding durability and mean you can spend less time maintaining your deck and more time enjoying it. To ensure you get the best results, we recommend working with a professional contractor with previous decking installation experience.

Please ensure that the guidance provided in the technical install manuals below are strictly adhered to as improper installation (including the use of the use of non-approved trims, fixings and accessories) will invalidate your product warranty.

Our Decking Installation and Technical Guides

Technical Manual | Dura Deck

Strong and durable, Dura Deck® looks and feels just like natural wood. Our unique formula provides long lasting composite timber decking that is environmentally friendly, easy to install and requires minimal maintenance compared with traditional timber. To ensure you get the best results from your Dura Deck®, we recommend working with a professional contractor with previous decking installation experience.

Technical Manual | Dura Deck Aluminium SD

Dura Deck® Aluminium Standard Duty (SD) is a Patent-Pending Aluminium decking system designed for high-rise balconies and public areas that require a Class A2 fl-s1 Fire Rating.

Technical Manual | Dura Deck Aluminium HD

Dura Deck Aluminium HD (Heavy Duty) is a Patent-Pending Aluminium decking system designed for high-rise balconies and public areas that require a Class A2fl-s1 Fire Rating.

Technical Manual | Aluminium Decking Substrate

The substructure or subframe forms the skeleton of your deck. Your bearers will run in the opposite (90° or 45°) direction to your chosen deck boards, so it’s important to have settled on a decking design before you begin your installation.