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Timber Deckboards
Wickes Timber Decking is made from slow-grown timber, and kiln-dried to make it less likely to split or twist.
Composite & Plastic Decking
Composite decking will transform your outside living space and give it a real wow factor. It's hardwearing, has been rigorously tested and comes with a 25-year guarantee, with no need to stain, seal or sand it.
Deck Tiles
Our Decking Tiles are ideal for constructing a deck on flat concreted areas, and are profiled to match Wickes decking.
Decking Joists & Supports
To start building your decking project and ensure longevity, begin by building a solid base using products within our range of joists, risers and supports.
Decking Screws
Single thread wood screws for affixing timber decking to framework.
Decking Balustrades & Posts
Our range of decorative Deck Posts & Caps is designed to match modern or traditional styles of decking.
Decking Paint
Protect your decking from the elements with our specialist treatments.
Decking Lights
Our Decking lighting will add style and atmosphere to your garden and home exterior.

Garden decking is a beautiful and practical way to update your outside space, and we have lots of options to choose from. Consider modern composite decking for an ultra-stylish seating area, or try traditional timber decking boards for a timeless aesthetic. Our composite decking boards are ready to install with no need to stain or seal, and there are various colours and finishes to choose from. If you go for timber decking, you can use decking stain to suit your garden landscape.

Install your own decking in no time with professional decking joints, supports, and screws, and enhance your new decked area with perfectly-placed decking lights and enjoy an elevated garden atmosphere all year round.


Do you need planning permission for decking in your garden?

In many cases, you don’t need planning permission for decking in your garden, especially if the decking is at ground level and not attached to a building. However, there are several factors to consider, and regulations may vary depending on your location and specific circumstances. Be sure to check out your local regulations and consult with your local planning department or a professional architect or builder to ensure compliance with any planning and building regulations that may apply to your specific project.

How much does it cost to deck a garden?

The cost of decking a garden will vary depending on a number of factors such as the size of the garden, the materials used, the complexity of the design, and labour costs.

How do you clean garden decking?

To clean garden decking, start by sweeping away any debris and leaves. Next, use a stiff brush and soapy water to scrub the surface, focusing on any stains or mould spots. Rinse thoroughly with clean water and allow the decking to dry completely. For stubborn stains, consider using a specialised decking cleaner or a pressure washer with care to avoid damaging the wood.