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Posted 25 May 2023

Wickes Natural Pine Deck Board - 25 x 120 x 1800mm £5 / 25 x 120 x 2400mm £7 - free collection @ Wickes

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Offer on Wickes Natural Pine Deck Board. 25 x 120 x 1800mm reduced to £5 and 25 x 120 x 2400mm reduced to £7. Free collection to store. Possible further 10% discount for Trade Pro members. Scores 4.6/5 from over 1000 reviews.

Wickes Natural Pine Deck Board - 25 x 120 x 1800mm - £5

Wickes Natural Pine Deck Board - 25 x 120 x 2400mm - £7


Wickes Natural Pine Deck Board - 25 x 120 x 1800mm - £5

Wickes Natural Pine Deck Board - 25 x 120 x 2400mm - £7

The Natural Pine Deck Boards Produced from slow grown high quality European Pine that produces tight, compact growth rings giving you a stable deck board. Perfect for building an attractive decking that can extend your home into your garden, or give you a tranquil hideaway. They are pressure treated for to ensure a longer life and to help resist rot.

  • Length: 1800 mm / 2400 mm
  • Thickness: 25 mm
  • Width: 120 mm
  • Material: Pine
  • Colour: Natural
  • Finish: Planed
  • Treatment: Pressure treated
  • Pack Quantity: 1
  • Years Guaranteed: 10
  • Certifications Met: FSC® Certified
  • Type: Deck boards
  • Brand Name: Wickes
  • Range Description: Timber Decking


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  • Free collection
  • Free delivery £85 spend
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  1. piranha86's avatar
    B&Q has a cheaper alternative of slightly lower quality, which might be useful for someone making planters diy.com/dep…prd
    Additional 15% off the price at checkout
  2. Moneyspider's avatar
    I would definitely collect rather than get delivered - otherwise you'll be getting propeller blades.
  3. jonagon's avatar
    Who wants to be re-decking in the blazing summer sun?

    If not now then when?

    Thanks, just in time to cure my feelings of depression and worthlessness.
  4. coolfi's avatar
    Can these be stacked up in cement posts to be used as panels boards for fencing? (edited)
    skyebluebirch's avatar
  5. jaizan's avatar
    So more prices coming back to the kind of levels we saw before the covid spike.
    _Jay_Kay_'s avatar
    I wouldn't get too excited, inflation is still going up & with the US (Ukrain) v Russia war likely to worsen supply chains will again be affected in the long term.
  6. u664541's avatar
    Grooves up or grooves down?
    Chrissybh0y's avatar
    Don’t start this war lol
  7. philrrobinson's avatar
    Good deal and perfect timing for me.
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    glad it helped, cheers
  8. DonFoggy's avatar
    I ordered 100 to be delivered last year, I ended up taking about 70 back to store to replace. The good ones were good quality and value. Was a faff to have to take back and pick new ones though.
  9. mechanicalman's avatar
    Not bad at all. For referance I have just purchased some from another supplier and paid £11.75 per board (4.8m x 32mm x 125mm). (edited)
    aarnyn's avatar
    Which supplier was that please?
  10. moon_sq's avatar
    Yh £11.75 for 4.8m is cheaper than buying 2.4 m at £7
    newgale4032's avatar
    hi moon-sq
    What is Yh please?
  11. IbeauI's avatar
    I have old broken concrete at the back of the house and looking to get decking. What would be the best way? Get rid of the all concrete and then build some kind of frame for the decking?
    tdogg's avatar
    Stick to the concrete!, Decking is a real pain. Pressure washing, Oiling every year and then replacing after 10 years or so.
  12. Chris_BAvI's avatar
    I recently bought a few dozen of these from Wickes. I would 100% reccomend buying them in shop and hand picking them.

    Over half of them are either bent, half rotting, big holes in the top surface, several mm too short or long, or generally manky. I ended up having to travel to multiple Wickes near me to get enough good condition ones to finish the job. I'm not overly picky and being dramatic - a good selection of them were truly bad and shouldn't be sold. The premium ones which are thicker and wider were similar.

    If they delivered them I would expect they wouldn't be anywhere near as picky and you'll end up with lots of usable ones which would be a faff to return as they will no doubt say it's just "minor cosmetic variations of a natural product".
    1982john's avatar
    Can you select them in a store and then have them delivered?
  13. EmmaFuller's avatar
    I'm going to be really stupid so bare with me....

    We had wooden decking in the garden which we ripped out last year
    It was rotting and it got so bad we even had holes developing

    Since then it's a mess outside with grass and shrubs coming through

    We have no DIY skills and just wanted to know will these work and make it look more pretty outside?
    floz's avatar
    What’s the frame look like? Is that rotten too? I had a similar situation where some boards were just crumbling. But I ripped it out and put a patio on instead.
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  15. WalkerboyUK's avatar
    Oh of course the price dropped 24 hours after we had some delivered!
  16. gerardgimbert's avatar
    These aren't the best boards, but for this price it's good. I used some of these 4 years ago to make a small raised deck and it's been good so far.
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