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Decking boards B&Q £2.52 (or further 10% off with over 60 card)

£2.52 @ B&Q
25 x 120 x 2400 mm tanalised decking boards. Smooth one side, ridges on the other EAN Barcode 03688151 FCS timber so from a good source just purchased f50 boards from Stockton B&Q. VERY VERY …
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25 x 120 x 2400 mm tanalised decking boards.
Smooth one side, ridges on the other
EAN Barcode 03688151

FCS timber so from a good source
just purchased f50 boards from Stockton B&Q.

VERY VERY good price for decking boards.
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[mod]#1
Thanks for posting this Captain H
1 Like #2
I was in B&Q this morning and one of the staff said 'Do you want decking?'

I made sure that I got the first punch in :)
#3
grex9101
I was in B&Q this morning and one of the staff said 'Do you want decking?'

I made sure that I got the first punch in :)


Didn't realise they opened that early on a Sunday.
#4
is this groved one side and flat on the other??

thought all stores closed today??
#5
DVDKEV
Didn't realise they opened that early on a Sunday.


no B& Q are open today as are no comet, curry etc etc is easter sunday!
#6
Does tanalised mean the boards are treated through the whole wood?.I got a load of the £2.40 Going Going Gone boards and they were only treated on the surface and a hand saw cut thorugh in two cuts (I think they were made of sawdust held together with a Pritt stick sauce).
This could be a really good deal as I am constructing a deck of epic proportions.
#7
very good price, though they have shortened the standard width of 140/144mm to 120mm....cheeky so and so's.
#8
bought 20 of these yesterday to build some planters - they are pretty good boards although they aren't treated all the way through.

take care when choosing the board though, they can be quite knotty....
#9
oh and before I forget, there are boxes of 200 decking screws with a free drill bit on half price too, were £7.00 odd, reduced to £3.48 i think - made building the planters yesterday a breeze
#10
Snookums
Does tanalised mean the boards are treated through the whole wood?.I got a load of the £2.40 Going Going Gone boards and they were only treated on the surface and a hand saw cut thorugh in two cuts (I think they were made of sawdust held together with a Pritt stick sauce).
This could be a really good deal as I am constructing a deck of epic proportions.


http://www.tate-fencing.co.uk/abouttanalising.htm
#11
Check your local Wickes for Decking stain / preserver.
http://www.wickes.co.uk/Preservatives/Wood-Preservers/icat/pwoodpreserve
We picked some Oak ones from Hedge End store yesterday @ only £4.89 for 2.5l, after phoning them with the product code.
#12
saintscouple
very good price, though they have shortened the standard width of 140/144mm to 120mm....cheeky so and so's.


And they're thinner than the 28mm boards I was looking at with Wickes...
#13
Snookums
Does tanalised mean the boards are treated through the whole wood?.I got a load of the £2.40 Going Going Gone boards and they were only treated on the surface and a hand saw cut thorugh in two cuts (I think they were made of sawdust held together with a Pritt stick sauce).
This could be a really good deal as I am constructing a deck of epic proportions.


I wouldn't do any "epic proportion building" if you don't know what Tanalised means :whistling:
#14
slimy31
And they're thinner than the 28mm boards I was looking at with Wickes...


Good spot, will have to go and look at them in B&Q tomorrow. I've already had my eye on the ones in Wickes @ £3.99 which are very good quality.

Here's a tip, don't buy 'decking joists' this is just a fancy name to increase the price. You can get sawn treated timber from the timber section of any diy store at a fraction of the cost.
#15
Nice one cap heat and rep.
#16
Bargain price this, have these on our decking that we put down last year, lasting really well indeed-recommended!(heat added):)
#17
speedski;4901227
bought 20 of these yesterday to build some planters - they are pretty good boards although they aren't treated all the way through.


Was going to do exactly the same thing! Might have a trip to B&Q today =D give me something to do.
#18
krato
Was going to do exactly the same thing! Might have a trip to B&Q today =D give me something to do.

Dont bother they are closed!
#19
Yep just called my local and they are closed
#20
grex9101
I was in B&Q this morning and one of the staff said 'Do you want decking?'

I made sure that I got the first punch in :)


:-D
#21
fcat;4901722
Dont bother they are closed!

Tut! nevermind lol
#22
Will these fit in an estate/people carrier?
#23
coronasv
Will these fit in an estate/people carrier?


if you saw them in half:-D
#24
littlemeglet
if you saw them in half:-D

I should thinkit would be OK

I fitted 18 boards in a 206 hatchback (from passenger footwell, over reclined passenger seat and resting on rear seats (mere millimeters away from the rear window).
#25
grex9101
I was in B&Q this morning and one of the staff said 'Do you want decking?'

I made sure that I got the first punch in :)


Lol, p!sser!


Like it :):-D
banned#26
i worked it out for the size difference etc of these boards to the wickes ones and these do work out cheaper. As long as the base is good for the decking it should'nt be a problem that they are smaller woudl it??? and also is anyone any good at advising me to where best to put the supporting posts in etc if I drew up a plan?

mart
#27
fcat
no B& Q are open today as are no comet, curry etc etc is easter sunday!


This is hot UK deals, right?

Check your facts before making such sweeping generalisations.
#28
coronasv
Will these fit in an estate/people carrier?


Man, that's going to be the smallest deck ever! And how are you going to fit the garden table and chairs in?
#29
Reebok Ron
Man, that's going to be the smallest deck ever! And how are you going to fit the garden table and chairs in?


At least they can move it round to catch the sun :)
suspended#30
will have a look thanks
#31
Does anyone know where to get the supporting beams at a decent price?
#33
Could I be a pain and ask someone to work out how many of these I need please? I measured 5m x 2.5m.
#34
Boards are 2.4m long and about 7 to the metre. So, 5m x 2.4m (a bit less than you want i realise) would be 35 boards.

If you want tham in the other direction you could do 4.8m (2 boards) x just under 2.4m (17 boards) =34 boards.

So approx 34/35 boards, unless you want to start doing a lot more joinery than you might possibly like/ have time to do. Took me blooming ages!
#35
Hi,

Anyone know if this deal is still on - or best place for decking ....looking for 30m2 deckintg and 27 linear metres of fetheredge fencing with cant rails and boards.

Cheers all.

Ross

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