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Iniwood Decking

Explore our premium range of composite decking solutions, meticulously crafted to elevate your outdoor living experience.

Iniwood decking blends the timeless allure of wood with the durability and low maintenance of composite materials. Innovatively designed to withstand the elements, our decking and fixtures provide a long-lasting solution for gardens, patios, and outdoor dining areas.

With a range of shades to choose from, transform your outdoor oasis with RF Paving and enjoy the beauty of nature from the comfort of your own home.

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How is Composite Decking Made?

Our Composite Iniwood Decking is composed of 35% plastic resin, 55% oak wood fiber, and 10% bonding agents. These components are mixed together and heated, then formed into boards and allowed to cool.

How To Clean Composite Decking

Composite decking is very low maintenance and will only need cleaning once or twice a year. To clean your decking, follow our easy steps:

  1. Remove furniture, plants and other obstacles from your deck.
  2. Remove debris with a brush, vacuum or leaf blower.
  3. Gently hose to remove debris that may be stuck between boards.
  4. Mix soap and warm water in a bucket.
  5. Brush your decking with a soft-bristled brush dipped in this mixture to remove mould and grease.
  6. Hose away soap suds and any remaining dirt.
  7. Leave to dry before replacing furniture. 


How To Cut Composite Decking


Cutting composite decking is very similar to cutting other decking types.

Simply begin by squaring the edges, trimming the factory ends, measuring and marking the proper length using a pencil and set square.


Following this, measure and mark your deck boards from square cut to your desired length. Mark your desired length with a pencil then align the pencil mark with your saw, surface or textured side up, and cut each one at a time.

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