Frequently Asked Questions
Polymer and wood fibres are blended to create our decking material. The best composites are those manufactured with the finest wood fibres so that the polymer can protect (encapsulate) each fibre. Composite products combine the best features of both wood and polymer.
Seven Trust composite decking is ideal for applications such as marinas, boardwalks, etc. With the unique hidden fastener system, the decking has the ability to flex and prevents the boards from warping, splitting or tearing away. It is also ideal for around swimming pools and spas.
Sure, Composite Wood is termite resistant.
Seven Trust composite wood decking is ideal in a marine environment, being unaffected by salt air.
The water absorption is low due to there is a plastic layer wrapped around the wood fiber. It applies to water landscape very much.
We can provide FREE samples if clients can take care of the expressing freight.
No. With composite wood product you can use standard woodworking tools. Being a durable product it will wear blades faster than wood. As with using any power tools, safety glasses and face masks should be used when cutting or drilling product.
Whether at the timber merchant’s premises or at your own property awaiting installation, composite wood board should be stored in a dry, flat area under cover. Failure to keep packs dry in storage can lead to the growth of mould spores on boards. When moving product around, pls should be supported though its length and preferably carried on its edge.
Decking accessories including : keel, stainless steel clip or plastic clip ,nails, expansion screw, edge skirting .
Yes. Because WPC will not splinter, warp or fade the way wood does, it dramatically reduces the wasteful cycle of repair and replacement and eliminates the frequent application of environmentally harmful paint, sealers and stains.
Yes, we are. You can contact us with your requirements
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we’ll discuss the details.