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Premium Redwood Pine timber decking board, pressure treated, and grooved for durable and safe decking in stock now in lengths of 3m, 3.6m, 4.2m, 4.8m & 5.4m.

Width: 145mm
Height: 28mm
  • Hassle-free delivery with our crane-equipped vehicles
  • Delivers in 3-5 working days. Delivery details.
  • SKU: td30

Enhance your outdoor living space with our Timber Decking Board, measuring 145mm in width and 28mm in thickness. Crafted from premium Scandinavian slow-grown Redwood Pine, this decking board offers exceptional durability and strength, ensuring a long-lasting and reliable decking surface. The board comes pressure-treated, providing added resistance against weathering and decay, making it suitable for outdoor use. With a grooved design, the Timber Decking Board ensures improved traction and drainage, reducing the risk of slips and maintaining a dry and safe deck surface. Available in a variety of lengths, straight from our warehouse, you can effortlessly create a customized and stylish deck to suit your outdoor needs. 

Key Features

  1. Variety of Lengths: The Timber Decking Board is available in 3m, 3.6m, 4.2m, 4.8m & 5.4m, allowing you to customise your deck design with ease.
  2. Scandinavian Slow-Grown Redwood Pine: Crafted from premium quality pine, this decking board offers excellent strength and durability, ensuring a long-lasting decking solution.
  3. Pressure Treated and Grooved: The board is pressure treated for added weather resistance and features a grooved surface for improved traction and drainage.

Create your dream outdoor space with our Timber Decking Board, providing premium quality, strength, and style for your decking project.


Brand Decking Supplies
SKU td30
Length 3000mm
Width 145mm
Height 28mm
Weight 9KG

How should I maintain timber decking boards?

Regular maintenance is essential for prolonging the lifespan of timber decking. The timber deck surface needs regular cleaning to remove dirt and debris. Applying a sealant or stain, such as decking oil, will help prevent moisture damage and UV fading. When building your decking, using deck tape on the tops of any joists will help your deck last as long as possible.


How long can I expect timber decking boards to last?

Our outdoor timber products have been pressure-treated to withstand the elements. The lifespan of timber decking boards varies depending on factors such as the type of timber used, maintenance practices, climate, and exposure to the elements. Generally, properly maintained timber decking can last 10 to 30 years or more.


Can I build a deck by myself?

Yes, you can! With careful planning, basic carpentry skills, and attention to safety, you can successfully build a deck by yourself. 
Just make sure to follow local regulations and take your time with each step of the process.


How do I build a deck?

The basics are:

  • Plan the layout to comply with local regulations.
  • Prepare the site, laying weed control fabric if on soil/grass
  • Build a frame, make sure it’s square, and the spacing of the joists isn’t bigger than the maximum.
  • Use decking posts or frame supports to secure your frame and level it.
  • Lay your timber decking with a consistent gap of 5mm between boards, cut to length.
  • Screw the decking boards into each joist they cross with two screws within the grooves.

We’ve got a handy video to show you a simple way to build a deck, and you can use our decking calculator to provide you with a custom guide. 
If you are planning on building a complicated deck, get in touch - and our experienced team will help you out.

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