Arnold Laver goes HD

Published: 8 November 2017 - FRH
 

Arnold Laver has taken on Composite Prime's HD Deck 150 across the UK on an exclusive basis.

HD Deck 150 is a high quality wood plastic composite deck made of FSC® 100% certified hardwood flour and recycled plastic. Featuring the aesthetic appeal of timber, combined with a number of benefits unique to a composite material, HD Deck 150 provides an alternative to traditional timber decking.

Available in a variety of colours with no treatment necessary, HD Deck 150 offers homeowners a low maintenance deck, which has a longer life than its timber counterpart. With a secret clip system for a clean finished install, the composite material also benefits from being splinter free and slip resistant, making it ideal for families with children and pets.

Arnold Laver also stocks HD Deck Dual – a dual-sided composite deck with a natural grain that is reversible, offering two colour options in one, along with the opportunity to lay a deck with contrasting colours to create a bespoke finish.
 

HD Deck Dual  is available in four colours, including Carbon, Antique, Oak and Walnut, and utilises true grain colour mixing technology to mirror the subtle natural depth of colour seen in natural timber.

 

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