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Deep Embossed Deck

Deep Embossed Deck

Deep embossed flooring is an engineered material available in a variety of sizes and colors for residential and commercial decks, marinas and boardwalks. The product is made of wood fiber and polyethylene plastic.

The complete encapsulation of wood-plastic fibres in plastics is critical to the long-term durability of composite materials. Some manufacturers use larger sized wood pulp instead of wood flour, as well as proprietary heat treatment processes to completely encapsulate the wood fibres in the plastic. These products are suitable for use on the ground, on the ground and completely submerged in water because of their high moisture resistance.

Extrusion and cooling techniques used by manufacturers also affect the final product. For example, the decorative panels are allowed to cool slowly after extrusion, rather than cooling them with water, reducing stress within the plastic. This helps prevent distortion or warpage after installation.

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Insect resistance

Wood decorative products need to be treated to avoid damage by termites, wood ants and other harmful insects. However, since the composite material is composed of a large number of wood-plastic materials that are not suitable for insects, it does not require treatment, and it can make itself less susceptible to insects.

Co-Efficient of Friction

Wet wooden floors can be slippery, requiring the use of anti-slip strips in stairways and high traffic areas. In contrast, the textured surface of many composite wood-plastic products has a higher coefficient of friction than wood to provide better slip resistance when people pass it.

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Maintenance/Costs

Although composites typically have higher upfront costs than wood due to their higher performance, they have significantly lower maintenance costs year after year. Wood floors need to be painted, dyed or sealed every year, while composites only need to be cleaned once a year. Composites last for decades longer than wood and can offset or reduce replacement costs.

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Deep Embossed Deck Installation (reference)

IMPORTANT NOTE:

When designing your deck please make note of the joist spacing in your frame. Composite wood behaves differently to traditional timber, hence for different spacings that you may be used to.

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1. Lay your Joists 350mm centre to centre, running the opposite way to the direction of the Deck Boards. Make sure to leave a 30mm gap between your walls/fence to allow for expansion.

2. Pre-drill and screw the Joists to your concrete base. (If using Composite Joists pre-drill & over-drill holes to allow for expansion. Use of expansion screws are recommended).

deep embossed deck Pre-drill and screw the Joists to your concrete base

3. Fix Starter Clips along the edge of each joist at the end you wish to start laying boards from. Pre-drill the screw holes & screw in place.

4. Push your first board into place, clipping into the Starter Clips.

deep embossed deck Push your first board into place

5. Clip Concealed Fixing Clips into the first board along each of the Joists. Pre-drill and screw in place. Space between boards should be 5mm.

Clip Concealed Fixing Clips into the first board along each of the Joists

6. If joining 2 lengths of board together, make sure both ends are supported by separate Joists. Leave a gap calculated on the expansion rate of 0.3% - 0.5% of the board length to allow for expansion.

7. Push the next board in place. Repeat until your deck is the required length.

Pre-drill the holes and screw Starter Clips in place

8. Measure out the width of the last board and mark Joists ready for Starter Clips to finish the deck. Pre-drill the holes and screw Starter Clips in place.

Clip your last board into the previous board

9. Clip your last board into the previous board and push down into place using a rubber mallet if required.


Edging Strip Trim

Screw the Edging Trim into the joists of the long edge of exposed deck boards.

Edging Strip Trim
Overhang

The overhang of boards from joist should not exceed 20mm.

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Finishing L Trim For Non Step / Non-Walking Edge

Lay your final joist with a 20mm overhang to allow for expansion. Screw the 90° angle directly into the joist.

If for a walkway or doorway, use an aluminium L shaped cover from your local DIY store to hide the gap.

Finishing L Trim For Non Step

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