Arbordeck Grooved and Reeded Tanalised Decking Board 32mm x 150mm x 3.6m (Finished Size 27mm x 144mm)

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  • Dual sided
  • Long-lasting, high-quality and easy to fit
  • Slip-resistant surface
  • Suitable for painting and staining 
  • Treatment: Tanalised 
  • Material: Redwood
  • Sustainably sourced European timber
  • Nominal size: 32mm x 150mm x 3.6m (D x W x L)
  • Finished size: 27mm x 144mm x 3.6m (D x W x L)
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  • Dual sided
  • Long-lasting, high-quality and easy to fit
  • Slip-resistant surface
  • Suitable for painting and staining 
  • Treatment: Tanalised 
  • Material: Redwood
  • Sustainably sourced European timber
  • Nominal size: 32mm x 150mm x 3.6m (D x W x L)
  • Finished size: 27mm x 144mm x 3.6m (D x W x L)

High quality and easy to fit, Grooved and Reeded Dual Sided Decking Boards provide a long-lasting natural look for your decking project. These boards are reversible, with a different style on either side (grooved or reeded), for a versatile choice of looks. The boards have been tanalised to protect them against damage from the elements, ensuring a longer lifespan. They are suitable for overpainting with decking stains, decking paint and decking oils for extended protection against water ingress, mould and UV damage.

Why choose timber decking?

If you want the most natural look for your decking, timber is the ideal choice. Our timber decking has been pressure treated for increased resistance against rot, weathering and insect damage. It can also be treated with oils, paints and stains to further enhance its appearance and durability. Timber decking has the added bonus of being cheaper than composite decking, reducing the overall cost of your project.

Decking board installation

  • Install with decking screws
  • Fittings and fixings sold separately
  • Decking should be installed on a sub-frame of decking joists – we recommend treated eased timber for constructing a reliable decking joist frame

For more information, please see our How to Lay Decking guide.