Decking Boards 4.5m
4.5m x 120mm x 28mm.
Timber decking boards are still as popular as ever as a versatile and economical alternative to
traditional patio and garden materials. Using an adaptable range of preservative
treated decking components can extend your living space into
the garden and provide the perfect, low maintenance leisure area.
• Quality, Scandinavian Redwood, machined decking components –
manufactured with next generation TANALISED pressure treated
timber to provide complete protection against decay and insect attack
• Simple to fix and install
All decking components are manufactured from
Scandinavian Redwood from properly managed forest resources.
Treated with next generation TANALITH wood preservative, the
resulting TANALISED timbers are protected against the threat of wood
decay and insect attack, ensuring a long service life.
The latest generation TANALITH product now incorporates new and
industry award winning BARamine application technology to give an even
more enhanced and robust ‘belt and braces’ protection result.
Gardiners reclaimed has bricks, tiles, sandstone cobbles and setts, pavers, Indian stone/ porcelain, York stone, new timber, sleepers, scaffold boards and much more.
I started my business in 1990 from my parents backyard and has evolved to one of the largest reclaims yard in Staffordshire.
I bought and sold Staffordshire Blue roof tiles to begin with and as demand increased so did my need for space. The business moved to a small yard which we soon outgrew and moved to a larger yard soon after. It’s now located on a 1 acre hardstanding site which is customer friendly where we’ve been for 12 years.
I was constantly being asked for sleepers, scaffold boards, decking and new timber products. I decided to take the business to another level and timber is now one of our best sellers.
Gardiners is only a small team but we handle all enquiries.
Make no mistake, we are in the business of recycling building and architectural products, therefore if we can’t help we may know someone who can.
Lets face it, this isn’t just environmentally sustainable, it’s eminently sensible. As they say, they just don’t build them like they used to!
If you can’t get it anywhere else, we will probably have it!