Decking, whether Millboard, composite, hardwood or softwood, is an excellent way to add both appeal and value to your home or premises. Patio or low level garden decking can be a perfect solution to hide an unattractive space or simply raise an area to be level with a conservatory. Decking is versatile and can be designed for a dining area, play area or somewhere to have a peaceful rest. Decking can come in a variety of sizes, widths and heights. Decking can also be one level or multi level. It is long lasting and cost effective.
Ayegardening's decking service will enhance your garden. We always use wood from sustainable forest sources and ensure that composite decking is purchased from high quality, reputable sources. Firstly, we will survey the area, then plan and design your deck according to your needs and requirements. We ensure the correct foundations are in place to support the decking. During the planning process we will discuss requirements such as size, type of wood, lighting and extras.
The cost of garden decking will depend greatly on the size, complexity of design, current state of ground, type of wood/composite and many other factors. Contact us now to arrange a site visit and receive a written quote where you will get a more accurate price for the project.
This is our most commonly asked question so we have written a blog to give you a more detailed answer on the different types of decking. You can also check out the pros and cons of different types of decking here: Decking Materials
Putting up decking, or other raised platforms, in your garden is permitted development, not needing an application for planning permission, providing: The decking is no more than 30cm above the ground and together with other extensions, outbuildings etc, the decking or platforms cover no more than 50 per cent of the garden area. (Taken from Government Planning Portal Website) Please contact us to discuss your decking requirements or if you would like to arrange a free consultation.