Reunited with meadow

A luxury country house in Derbyshire has been reunited with a nearby meadow thanks to the use of Trex Transcend
Over 65 metres of the composite decking have been used to provide a durable surface for a bridge overlooking a picturesque stream. Installed by Gisborne Homes, the decking sits on top of a structural frame.
The properties of composite decking made it an ideal solution – it doesn’t require staining or painting, it won’t warp or splinter and it is fade, stain, mould, rot and scratch resistant.

Keith Moore of Gisborne Homes, told The Landscaper “In keeping with the attractive countryside we needed something that would look good as well as being practical and functional. We chose Trex because it encompassed these qualities. The fact that it is maintenance free was really important to us, especially as it’s located over a stream.

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The environmental credentials of Trex are impressive. In 20 years of production not a single tree has been felled by Trex and each year the company recycles 1.5 billion shopping bags in the manufacturing process. At least 95% of the content of Trex Transcend is recycled material.

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