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Wickes Premium Deck Board / decking (Longest length) 28mm X 140mm X 4.8m pressure treated, 10 year guarantee & FSC certified £12 @ Wickes
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Wickes Premium Deck Board / decking (Longest length) 28mm X 140mm X 4.8m pressure treated, 10 year guarantee & FSC certified £12 @ Wickes

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Posted 9th May

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This is the longest length that they sell for decking at 4.8m long. Homebase so not sell this length and B&Q sell the same for £16.80 each length so 29% saving. Usually £16 a length but on offer at £12 a length until the end of Monday so if you have a project planned now is probably the best time to buy. No delivery on this just in store and you can check availability in your local store on the website.

4.8m long, 14cm wide and 2.8cm thick. Pressure treated natural finish pine, FSC certified and guaranteed for 10 years against rot too.

  • Produced from slow grown premium European Pine that produces tight, compact growth rings giving you a stable deck board
  • Reversible dual profile for versatility and choice of finish
  • Produced from trees at least 80 years old and carefully kiln dried to help reduce the risk of splitting or twisting
  • Thick 28mm profile makes for a much stronger product than many economy deckboards and suitable for higher traffic areas
  • Pressure treated to Use Class 3 for longer life
  • We strongly recommend that you treat your decking and other deck components immediately & prior to installation with a deck seal or other similar product
  • Dont just use preserver on cut ends use it in drill holes to prolong the decks life, too
  • Its important that you maintain care of your deck & follow the manufacturer's recommendations to ensure it has a long life
  • Maintenance: Always keep clean and recoat all sides with a deck seal, deck oil or deck stain to help prevent splitting, warping and rot
  • Timber expands and contracts in different weather conditions, some dimensional variation should be expected. 10 years Anti-Rot guarantee.

We did our garden in decking this length 3 years ago and having this length saved the OH a lot of time cutting lengths as it worked out just the right length for what we wanted - pictures below are stages of ours if you are looking for inspiration....


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Cold from me after getting a black eye in store. I simply said 'hello, I want decking, can you help me with that?'
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Only just getting my last lot delivered tomorrow after ordering for delivery on 4th April!
Got mine delivered 2 weeks ago ordered during the deal buy one get one free. Maybe my expectations were too high considering I've got the premium decking boards. They do not look premium at all. There are not bad, but if I was to pay the regular price, I would have returned them.

Got 50 x 3.6m for £340, after the deal ended, the price was £500, not double price as they advertised. Now on sale for £450, so don't believe their discounts. I've got them in the last day of sale, thinking I've got a great deal, turned up it is hardly a deal, but better than the RRP. OK for this price, but the cheaper non premium ones I've got before from the local timber man look better, hopefully Wickes wins on quality. Delivery took 3 weeks. I was not aware it will take so long, I've placed an order and in the confirmation was mentioned it may take up to 28 working days, so don't make plans until you get them.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 9th May
Hot if you can pick them up in store. Freezing cold for deliveries as usually you get all the crap they can't sell in store (bent, twisted, damaged.. etc) at least that's my expirence. Then returns, redelivery, return, redelivery.. If you've got time for it then OK.
Edited by: "spamabsorbed" 9th May
Have to agree, Wickes have always been happy to sell the bendiest, twistiest length of timber I've ever seen. I'd only be buying in-store.
Got mine delivered and they were mostly fine, probably depends a lot on store and stock.
Cold from me after getting a black eye in store. I simply said 'hello, I want decking, can you help me with that?'
Might be cheaper buying from howarth-timber.co.uk/tim…ers. Order over the phone or pop down to your local store as the online prices are total bull5h17. They tend be either slightly less or alot less but it also depends on who gives you the quote. E.g i just had plywood delivered 40mins ago from them which is priced just over £23 online but i paid £18 (x2) plus £4 delivery. Also its free delivery over £100 compared to £150 as stated on their site
Edited by: "xPabloz" 9th May
Possibly an Extra 10% with a tradepro card
these increase chances of mice infections ..
dcaunt09/05/2019 12:30

Got mine delivered and they were mostly fine, probably depends a lot on …Got mine delivered and they were mostly fine, probably depends a lot on store and stock.


+1
SimplyBest09/05/2019 13:11

these increase chances of mice infections ..


Have had decking in 3 houses never had mice.
Branny09/05/2019 12:57

Cold from me after getting a black eye in store. I simply said 'hello, I …Cold from me after getting a black eye in store. I simply said 'hello, I want decking, can you help me with that?'


You must be board of that joke
God sake, my keyword alert for "longest length" triggered and it's led me here, disappointed.
Check your local timber yard. I can get these lengths, tanilised, same thickness, for £8.35 at my local timber yard. They do discounts for bulk buys too.
SimplyBest09/05/2019 13:11

these increase chances of mice infections ..



not if you box a cat in under it
Branny09/05/2019 12:57

Cold from me after getting a black eye in store. I simply said 'hello, I …Cold from me after getting a black eye in store. I simply said 'hello, I want decking, can you help me with that?'


If you're going to tell it, tell it right at least
the__cat09/05/2019 18:06

If you're going to tell it, tell it right at least


As you require Cat

I had a close call yesterday.

I walked into B&Q at lunchtime and some old guy dressed in a black shirt with an orange apron on asked me if I wanted decking.

Fortunately, I got the first punch in and sorted the fella out.

Just keep an eye out for the assailant in such prominent clothing.
Edited by: "Branny" 9th May
Janzbro09/05/2019 18:03

not if you box a cat in under it



Schroedinger says, his cat is or isn't available.
FunkiestMonkey09/05/2019 14:12

Have had decking in 3 houses never had mice.


Lucky you, I've managed to get rid of 16 rats last year and have no food around, don't want to think what will happen this year.
Price isn't great - comparing with my local timber yard in Nottinghamshire :
tradetimbersupplies.co.uk/gal…ery

4.8m Tanalised single faced £7.50 ( though it is 120mm wide ,so slightly less than the 140mm Wickes boards).
They also do 5.4m lengths..
simes10/05/2019 00:19

Price isn't great - comparing with my local timber yard in Nottinghamshire …Price isn't great - comparing with my local timber yard in Nottinghamshire :http://www.tradetimbersupplies.co.uk/gallery4.8m Tanalised single faced £7.50 ( though it is 120mm wide ,so slightly less than the 140mm Wickes boards).They also do 5.4m lengths..


Good price. The ones I got from wickes were double sided. Different design on one side.

Don't forget though you use 17% more decking and fixings and time and if using them at full length they will not look as good and also more susceptible to being wonky along length although probably easier to cajole into a straight length as you fix down as thinner
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 10th May
@emribena is there any reason you chose not to put down gravel on top of the weed control? Were you just laying over concrete?
And did you feel like you needed to cement down the paving slabs to put the frame onto? About to start a very similar project………
Looks nice and bouncy
andylovett10/05/2019 07:43

@emribena is there any reason you chose not to put down gravel on top of …@emribena is there any reason you chose not to put down gravel on top of the weed control? Were you just laying over concrete?And did you feel like you needed to cement down the paving slabs to put the frame onto? About to start a very similar project………


It was on dug up grass, there is handfuls of gravel here and there if you look just a few bits to weigh the weed membrane down. Not had anything come through it. Didn't cement slabs down no just levelled with sand to get the right level, slightly sloping for water run off. Also doubled up on batons for extra strength as we now have a "proper" 6 person hot tub on there too. Still going strong
andylovett10/05/2019 07:43

@emribena is there any reason you chose not to put down gravel on top of …@emribena is there any reason you chose not to put down gravel on top of the weed control? Were you just laying over concrete?And did you feel like you needed to cement down the paving slabs to put the frame onto? About to start a very similar project………


Gravel over the membrane to stop wind. I would cement posts into ground if pos, not much just a few inches as they are only going to experience vertical loading, unlike a post which will be lateral. Post every 1000m and bearer every 500mm on centre then nog every 500mm or it will be nice and bouncy, although you won't need a trampoline then!
emribena10/05/2019 09:39

It was on dug up grass, there is handfuls of gravel here and there if you …It was on dug up grass, there is handfuls of gravel here and there if you look just a few bits to weigh the weed membrane down. Not had anything come through it. Didn't cement slabs down no just levelled with sand to get the right level, slightly sloping for water run off. Also doubled up on batons for extra strength as we now have a "proper" 6 person hot tub on there too. Still going strong


6 man hot tub? What's that, about 2-1/2 tonne? On that? wow... just... wow...
8ANNED10/05/2019 10:45

6 man hot tub? What's that, about 2-1/2 tonne? On that? wow... just... …6 man hot tub? What's that, about 2-1/2 tonne? On that? wow... just... wow...


Yep, been on there over 2 years now - had to crane it over the house!
emribena10/05/2019 10:50

Yep, been on there over 2 years now - had to crane it over the house!


Is this your house?
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Delbert.Grady10/05/2019 13:14

Is this your house? [Image]


Haha - saw that - no it's not mine!
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Edited by: "emribena" 10th May
8ANNED10/05/2019 09:26

[Image] Looks nice and bouncy



yeah, spacing between joists and noggins far to wide
8ANNED10/05/2019 09:26

[Image] Looks nice and bouncy


Janzbro10/05/2019 18:46

yeah, spacing between joists and noggins far to wide


Well it’s been up and fine for over 3 years no bounce / no problems at all but I’m sure you’d know as you are both always found here for bbqs and gin tasting sessions.....
Your turn for the sausages this time guys
Janzbro10/05/2019 18:46

yeah, spacing between joists and noggins far to wide


@stuartsivel apparently you laid bouncy decking and your noggins are far too wide.....
Any deals on composite decking???
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