Wood and Composite Decking - Cape Town

Wood and composite decking. An affordable, chic, and durable solution to round off or extend your outdoor entertainment and living areas.

Wood and Composite Decking for Patios and Pools

A stylish wood or composite patio deck adds more space for outdoor entertainment and pool decking rounds off your pool area. Let us help you create your ideal exterior living area. Explore your timber decking options with hardwoods like Balau, Garapa, IPE, and Massaranduba. 

Wood Deck and Pergola

Wood Decking and Pergola

Wooden decks are timeless. The natural grain and appealing aesthetics make them a preferred choice of many homeowners. Our wood decking complements any style and goes especially well with our custom-made pergolas.

Composite Decking

Composite Decking

A sturdy option for long-lasting decking. Composite decking comes in many finishes and surface patterns that suit contemporary homes. It’s durable, low-maintenance, and cost-effective in any design, from patio to pool deck.


Pool Deck

Pool Deck

Whether you want a separate pool deck and paving stones or railing, we can deliver a beautiful finish. Plus, our commitment to quality ensures the final product is long-lasting and enhances the exterior.

Wood Deck Timber

Wooden decks come in many shades and wood types. Choose between Balau, Massaranduba, Garapa, or Ipe. Depending on your needs, you may prefer one type of wood deck over another for aesthetics as well as durability.

Main Types of Wood for Wood Decking in South Africa

Wood and Composite Decking

Frequently Asked Questions

What is better, wood decking or composite decking?

It depends on your requirements. Composite decking is very durable, and strong, and lasts longer than a wooden deck. On the other hand, wood decking has a natural grain, colour, and organic look. In the end, which material you choose comes down to what you want and the look and feel of the area, you’re improving.

What should the spacing be of the superstructure below the decking planks?

Different materials have different specifications. A wood deck’s planks must be less than 450mm apart, while composite decking planks can be up to 300mm apart.

Will the wooden planks discolour?

Yes, wood will discolour. That said, some will retain their colour more than others. Light hardwood will fade less than darker options.

Ultimately, the look and feel you want will give the best indication of which wood to use. Composite decking will discolour much less than any hardwood timber.

Can wooden decking support a hot tub?

In short, yes. However, the strength and durability of DIY wood decks are not as reliable as professionally built decking. A professionally constructed and reinforced deck is strong enough to support big structures, like a hot tub.  and many other objects.

Subject to the decking area being built, H3-treated timber is recommended for the sub-structure.  The surface area of the deck determines the timber size and profile.