Resinous and hardwearing with it's, waterproof and durable qualities, Scottish Larch is one of the toughest soft woods available, making it an ideal timber for decking.
Larch is aesthetically pleasing with it's warm mix of colours from pale to golden brown to terracotta streaked, which fades to a striking silver/grey after prolonged exposure to sunlight and moisture. Paints, stains and UV protections are available that can prolong this if the newly laid colour is desired - though this will require regular upkeep, whereas untreated Larch is extremely low maintenance and requires no regular maintaining other than scrub/power washing to prevent algae build up. Larch decking has a life expectancy of at least 30-60 years, this can be prolonged by using Scottish Oak for posts or limiting ground contact.
New grooved decking option.
Finished decking boards, planed all round with chamfered top corners.