The sun is finally here which means it’s time to head outside and soak up the rays. However, before you can do that, what’s the state of your garden? Do you need to spend lots of time mowing it, tidying it and making it nicer to lie on? Sometimes this can be a massive chore each time – getting garden ready. But it doesn’t have to be. With Dino Decking, our composite decking means you can create the outside you’ve always wanted. And it’ll last all year round. So when the sun comes round and stays for the summer, you’ll be able to head straight outside, enjoy the sun and more importantly, your magnificent garden piece.
Is it a long process?
Simple answer? No. It’s not. It’s actually really simple. Take a look at the outside of your house and decide where you want to put your composite decking. Take some measurements or if you know a tradesman who’s going to do the job for you, let them help. Then all you have to do is take a look at our wide range of composite decking and decide which is the right one for you. Get the right amount of composite decking, hit order and they’ll be on your way to you. When your composite decking arrives, it’s easy to put together. We can give you instructions should you need them or if you have someone to help you do it, they can perform the job. Dino Decking composite decking is built to ensure easy installation, meaning this DIY task won’t take over your life. So you can enjoy the masterpiece that you’ll build.
Why start in the summer?
Because it’s a glorious time to put out some composite decking, of course. We recommend starting at the beginning of summer or perhaps the end of spring. This is when it’s warm yet not too scorching. You’ll be able to enjoy working outside, knowing that the end product will be a spectacular addition to your garden. It also means there will be no bad weather to stop you from doing the work. With all this on your side, it won’t take long before you’ve laid out the composite decking and then you can start enjoying it. You’ll have a new place to sit in the sun (or shade) and admire your handy